Apple announced today in a press briefing that Ibiden, a Japanese component supplier, has pledged to power all its Apple manufacturing with 100 percent renewable energy.
Apple has responded to WikiLeaks’ explosive ‘Vault 7’ document release, and claims to have already addressed the majority of the iPhone vulnerabilities allegedly exploited by CIA spies.
A new rumor coming out of Japan via often-reliable blog Macotakara about the so-called iPhone 8 is making the rounds this week.
iPhone owners in Ireland, rejoice; Apple Pay is coming to the Emerald Isle, allowing users to simply swipe their iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch to pay for purchases.
Eagle-eyed blogger Pike’s Universum has discovered what appears to be Apple’s first public sign of macOS 10.13.
Student Joshua Browder’s DoNotPay chatbot was originally created to help people fight parking fines.
Three years after the company released its first ever soundbar, the Playbar, Sonos has created the Playbase, a new form factor that combines a stable pedestal for your TV with an audio cabinet.
Samsung Electro-Mechanics and Interflex are investing heavily in equipment to make the flexible printed circuit boards (FPCB) which will be needed for the OLED iPhones.
A private Catholic high school in California’s Silicon Valley will use the windfall for financial aid, teacher training, and funding school projects.
In October of last year, an iOS exploit caused iPhones to repeatedly dial 911 without user intervention.
The Joy-Cons seem to be ready to use with Macs out of the box with no additional software.
Apple CEO Tim Cook introduced Apple board member and former US Vice President Al Gore’s new documentary “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power” on Thursday.