Tablets have always been great for reading, watching and browsing, but FiftyThree’s wildly popular Paper app and Pencil stylus are unlocking the creative potential of users by making it easier to simply create.
Thousands of hourly-wage Apple workers – past and present – look set to take on the tech giant in court after a California judge gave a lawsuit against the company class-action status. The plaintiffs accuse Apple of violating California labor laws .
Sources say that Apple will launch the iPhone 6 in mid-September. It's unknown if both the 4.7 and 5.5-inch models will launch during the event. Meanwhile, iOS 8 appears to be on track for its launch alongside the iPhone.
Forensic scientist and iOS hacker Jonathan Zdziarski revealed what appears to be a backdoor in iOS. The backdoor could be used by hackers or the NSA to spy on iOS users, but is it really a danger to you?
Apple has recently acquired a patent for a 3D photography technology that could easily be implemented as an iPhone app. The technology requires the use of just a single lens, and no glasses are needed to view a 3D image.
Interested in Apple's next smartphone? Whether it's called the iPhone 6, the iPhone Air, or something completely different, we've got you covered on the most popular rumors, gossip, news, and speculation surrounding it.
Blue unveils its latest microphone, the Lightning-compatible Mikey Digital microphone. Users of the latest iPhones and iPads now have a supremely easy way to grab field recordings, do podcasts on the go, and more.
A new way of crediting money into iTunes has been launched. It's called iTunes Pass, and instead of using a gift card, Apple Store employees simply need to scan a pass inside the Passbook app on your device.
Apple and IBM announced a partnership Tuesday that could see sales of the Cupertino company's mobile devices to businesses increase dramatically. A slew of services to back up the deployment of the iPads and iPhones is also part of the deal.
According to a report, Apple is working with British fuel cell firm Intelligent Energy in order to develop fuel cell batteries for its iPads and MacBooks, with the iPhone eventually receiving the technology.
State-run network China Central Television aired a report, calling the iPhone a national security threat. The broadcast claims iOS 7's "Frequent locations" feature can be used to steal state secrets. Apple denies the claim.