A consumer group in Europe wants some answers from Apple regarding alleged iPhone battery drain after receiving complaints that iOS 14.5 and other updates slowed down recent iPhones.
iPhone app sideloading and third-party app stores would undermine user security and expose children to scam, Apple argues in a newly published document on its website.
A German antitrust watchdog has launched an investigation into Apple's business practices in the country, including whether the Cupertino giant has exploited its market dominance.
Epic Games isn't the only company suing Apple over the terms of doing business on the App Store as Apple now faces a potentially costly class-action lawsuit over the App Store fees.
With the start of Epic Games vs. Apple, a public conference call was opened up. This allowed for anyone interested to call into the proceedings and, essentially, let out their grievances (or aspirations!) in a public forum. As one might expect, chaos ensued.
On Monday, May 3, 2021, the bench trial between Apple and Epic Games will kick off. Finally. And now we know the witness list for both companies ahead of the start date.
Apple used to derail Adobe's now-defunct Flash software as an outdated technology past its prime. But former iOS chief Scott Forstall has revealed a little-known fact: the Cupertino tech giant actually did work with Adobe on trying to make the once-ubiquitous multimedia software work on the iPhone, but the results were just “abysmal” and “embarrassing.”
With so much of the content we watch being from digital platforms, it can be sometimes easy to forget that that content might not always be available to us. And not just because we don't have it installed or because we don't have an internet connection. But rights holders and regional rules might block content -- even after we buy it, making it impossible to watch.
While, technically speaking, Epic Games is suing Apple, there are different companies being roped into the legal battle for various reasons. Facebook, for instance, is testifying on behalf of Epic Games. But that doesn't mean the company is trying to be as helpful as it can be, at least not when it comes to Apple.
Through its manufacturing run between 2016 and 2017, the MacBook Pro suffered what many refer to as a "stage lighting" problem. This would impact the screen and, for some owners, make the laptop unusable. And now a judge says Apple continued to release the computer, knowing the problem existed, anyway.
A mobile app developer is taking Apple to court over the power it wields over the App Store, alleging the company is pocketing a lot of money at the expense of small developers.
As part of the device setup procedure, Apple will soon show iPhone and iPad users in Russia a dialog box offering to preinstall government-approved apps in order to comply with new laws.