Apple Debuts New Page To Help Parents With Screen-Time ConcernsKids love iPhones, and that has created some problems for Apple.
Apple Employees in New Glass Headquarters Walking Into WallsApple's stunning "spaceship" campus is giving some staff a headache -- and worse.
Apple Is Under Fire For Moving iCloud Data To ChinaApple's latest move in China has privacy advocates and human rights groups worried.
Apple Opening Medical Clinics For Its EmployeesAn apple a day may keep the doctor away, but now Apple is looking to hire doctors -- to serve its employees.
Apple Leading The Race To $1 Trillion ValuationThanks to strong demand for its new iPhones, the company now has a market value of about $910 billion.
Apple CEO Leaves Investors Dangling On Future Dividend HikeApple CEO Tim Cook is leaving shareholders in suspense about whether the iPhone maker will use its windfall from a tax cut on overseas profits for a big boost to its quarterly dividend.
Apple May Offer Rebate To Customers Who Bought Full-Price iPhone BatteriesApple may take another step to address the backlash over its decision to slow down older iPhones.
Apple Posts Record $88 Billion In Sales But iPhone Jitters ReturnThe new $999 iPhone helped supercharge Apple's sales in the holiday quarter, but trouble may lie ahead.
Global Backlash Spreads Over Apple Slowing Down iPhonesApple is facing legal action around the world for deliberately slowing down older iPhones.
Apple: All iPhones, iPads And Macs Affected By Chip FlawsThe U.S. tech giant has confirmed that all its iPhones, iPads and Mac computers are affected by two recently disclosed processor flaws called Spectre and Meltdown.
Apple Probed By U.S. Government Over iPhone SlowdownApple is facing scrutiny from the U.S. government for deliberately slowing down older phones.
Apple Partners With Malala Yousafzai To Fund Girls' EducationApple's support will allow the Malala Fund to double the number of grants to fund the secondary education for girls in India and Latin America, the company announced Sunday.
Apple CEO Tim Cook Now Takes Private Planes OnlyApple now requires CEO Tim Cook to fly a private plane for "all business and personal travel," according to a regulatory filing.
Siri, What's That Song? Apple Buys ShazamApple confirmed Monday it is buying Shazam, a music recognition service that became an early favorite application of the smartphone era.
Apple Gets Huge Windfall in GOP Tax PlansThe Republican tax plan which would lower corporate tax rate could mean Apple Inc might save as much as $47 billion.