The fact that Apple doesn't manually verify the validity of developer-provided privacy label information has prompted Washington politicians to pen an open letter to CEO boss Tim Cook.
Apple, Google and Amazon gave the infamous right-wing microblogging app Parler a boot. Over the weekend, Apple gave Parler's developers a warning to implement moderation within 24 hours or face removal from the App Store.
Parler, a social media network, has been informed by Apple that it has a limited time to enact a form of moderation on its platform or face removal from the App Store.
Enterprise software maker Oracle, the world’s second-largest software firm by revenue and market capitalization after Microsoft, has reportedly enter the race to acquire the Chinese-owned TikTok short video app following US President Donald Trump's divestment order.
The United States government is increasing pressure on China and the country's technology companies by preparing to purge "untrusted" Chinese apps from app stores.
Chief executive Tim Cook today published an open letter to all Apple employees and fans around the world focusing on the recent events and a history of racism in the United States.
Apple Music has joined the music industry's Black Out Tuesday awarenesses campaign which was created to support Black Lives Matter, a global human rights movement that originated in the African-American community after George Floyd was killed by the Minneapolis police.
CEO Tim Cook has shared an internal company-wide memo with employees as Apple has temporarily closed many of its stores in the United States because of widespread looting and protests over last week's killing of George Floyd by the Minneapolis police.
The 59th quadrennial presidential election will be upon us in nine months so the Apple News editorial team on Monday launched special coverage of the 2020 presidential election.
While Apple said Trump’s tariffs would affect product costs and give its global competitor Samsung an edge, analysts believe the company has a few tricks up its sleeve to absorb the effects of the tariffs and avoid passing the tariff cost to customers.
Tim Cook made a "good case" at a dinner with President Trump last Friday that its chief global competitor Samsung Electronics could gain an edge because all of Apple's "Designed in California", "Made in China" products like iPhone will get hit with the new US tariffs.
Apple has argued that Trump's additional tariffs, effective September 1, could have a wide range of negative impact on its earnings while tilting the playing field in favor of its global competitors, but one analyst is out with a new report predicting that the iPhone maker will absorb most of the additional costs stemming from tariffs.