Apple Hosting Virtual Worldwide Developers Conference In Late June Due To CoronavirusApple has announced a date for a virtual version of its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), nearly two months after canceling the physical event due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Apple Revenue Picks Up Slightly Amid Coronavirus PandemicApple warned earlier this year that it would experience a slump in iPhone sales as the coronavirus upends its supply chain and its biggest markets. But so far the impact appears muted.
Intel Stock Slides After Report Apple Will Switch Macs To Custom Chips Next YearA new report supports widespread rumors that Apple will begin weaning Macs off Intel microprocessors to new, in-house chips based on designs for upcoming iPhones and iPad Pros next year.
Apple Unveils New Budget iPhone Amid PandemicAfter years of releasing smartphones with four-figure price tags, Apple is reintroducing a lower-cost, stripped down iPhone model.
Apple Brings PC-Like Trackpad To iPad TabletsApple’s new iPad brings PC-like trackpad capabilities for the first time, as the company seeks to make its tablet even more like a laptop computer.
Apple World Wide Developers Conference Becomes Online Event Amid CoronavirusApple's World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) scheduled for this June will be going online this year.
California Supreme Court Rules Apple Must Pay Store Workers During Bag SearchesThe California Supreme Court ruled unanimously in San Francisco Thursday that Apple Inc. workers must be paid for the time they spend undergoing searches of their bags and iPhones when they leave work.
Apple Temporarily Closes All China Stores Amid Coronavirus OutbreakApple is temporarily closing its 42 stores in mainland China, one of its largest markets, as the new coronavirus spreads rapidly and the death toll in that country rose to 259 on Saturday.
Apple Customers Spent $1.4 Billion In App Store During Final Days Of 2019IPhone and iPad owners had quite the busy end to 2019.
Fact Check: Trump Falsely Claims He 'Opened' Apple Factory Making Computers Since 2013President Donald Trump went to Austin, Texas, on Wednesday to tour a factory where Apple's Mac Pro computers have been manufactured for about six years.
Apple Breaks Ground On New Austin, Texas CampusThe 133-acre campus, which is expected to open in 2022, will initially house 5,000 employees, with the capacity to grow to 15,000.