Ad executives are saying that Apple's new App Tracking Transparency rules in iOS 14.5 could be beneficial to ad agencies and other clients that use Apple's own advertising platform.
Apple is expected to unveil a new podcasts subscription service at its “Spring Loaded” special event taking place later today, and now a new report has alleged that Apple Podcasts creators participating in the company's new scheme will actually be directly compensated by listeners.
The Wall Street Journal today corroborated earlier reports claiming Apple will be outfitting this year's upcoming iPhone 13 family with an in-screen Touch ID fingerprint reader, joining Face ID.
Less than 24 hours after it ran anti-Apple advertisements in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post newspapers in the United States, Facebook has now bought more full-page ads in an effort to have the general public support its stance on ad tracking.
Facebook today ran full-page advertisements in several major newspapers in the United States, including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post, criticizing Apple’s plan to restrict some data gathering with the latest iOS and iPadOS 14 software updates.
The United States government is tapping into smartphone location data, obtained from the mobile advertising industry rather than wireless carriers, to understand the movements of Americans during the coronavirus pandemic and track compliance with curbs on movement.
As part of Apple's response to the coronavirus pandemic, its chief executive Tim Cook last Saturday encouraged employees to work from home. However, the Cupertino company seems to have hit some bumps along the road in shifting its global workforce to remote work.
iOS 13's strengthened security means people are seeing frequent reminders when an app like Google Maps is continuously tracking their location in the background. Apple's responded to complaints from concerned developers and some annoyed users by saying this is by design.
The United States Department of Justice (DoJ) has launched a broad antitrust review into whether Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook and other technology companies are unlawfully stifling competition.
Piggy-backing on recent complaints accusing Apple's application bazaar of anticompetitive practices, the Wall Street Journal today alleged that the Cupertino tech giant consistently ranks its own apps above those from rivals in App Store search result rankings in an effort to thwart competition. Apple's denied the report, arguing that all App Store apps are algorithmically ranked based on machine learning, past consumer preferences and other signals.
The new Mac Pro unveiled during the June 3 WWDC 2019 keynote won't bear an "Assembled in the USA" label because Apple's learned it’s very difficult to manufacture in America.
Much ado has been made about a Wall Street Journal report on three core members of Apple's small industrial design team planning to depart Cupertino, taking with them nearly 50 years of combined experience in thinking up shiny gadgets.