“My Chill Mix” will automatically populate with, you guessed it, chill, low-key songs based on the user’s Apple Music listening history and song ratings.
In an exclusive interview with Wired, the so-called “father of the iPod” Tony Fadell freely discusses the iPhone’s various early prototypes, Apple’s attempts to build a touchscreen MacBook, and more.
Qualcomm unveiled its own under-screen fingerprint-sensing technology at Mobile World Congress 2017 in Shanghai, and Chinese phone maker Vivo is the first to use the technology in a phone.
Google has given its news aggregation service a revamp to remove clutter on the page and give it a cleaner look for its desktop version.
Environmental activist organization Greenpeace has launched a new campaign to sway tech companies to make cell phones and tablets easier to repair, helping both consumers and the environment.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has reportedly met with Indian PM Narendra Modi in Washington on a number of topics relevant to the tech company’s increased presence in the country.
As the iPhone 8’s highly-expected September launch is approaching, a number of reports so far have suggested that the handset could be delayed due to production issues.
When iOS 11 is available later this year, users will have the option to customize how each app uses his or her location — regardless of the options a developer provides.
Augmented Reality is said to be an important part of future technology, and while it may not have invented the technology, it certainly seems as if Apple has taken the lead on its development.
Facebook has introduced a handful of new video reactions, filters, and masks within the video chat portion of its Messenger app.
Pearl Automation, a startup built by ex-Apple engineers that raised $50 million ($66.2 million CDN) to build automotive tech, has shut down, according to new reports.
The first iPhone SE models constructed in the India, built by Apple partner Wistron, are officially on sale in various cities around the country.