The contrasting portraits were drawn on Monday as lawyers for Apple and its foe, Epic Games, outlined their cases in an Oakland, California, federal court before U.S. District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers, who will decide the case.
Epic Games is hoping to break through the app store’s “wall” and offer an alternative, which would allow them to break free of Apple’s commissions. It’s one of the most serious legal threats Apple’s faced in years.
The investment will fund the company's first East Coast campus in North Carolina, as well as create jobs in silicon engineering and 5G technology.
Nearly half of all Americans own an iPhone and starting next week they’re going to notice a big change when it comes to privacy settings and digital advertising.
Apple said has reviewed and approved an updated version of Parler that will be available again soon for download from the App Store.
A Michigan cardiologist became suspicious of Apple’s new magnetic charging technology, so he passed an iPhone 12 over the chest of a patient with an implantable defibrillator — and was stunned to find it tripped the magnetic switch.
A man is warning people against using headphones while falling asleep after health care workers had to remove a wireless earbud from his esophagus.
Without naming them, Apple CEO Tim Cook lambasted social media companies, accusing them of prioritizing data collection at the cost of allowing conspiracies, extremism and polarization.
Apple plans to roll out a new privacy control in the early spring to prevent iPhone apps from secretly shadowing people.
Apple’s delayed launch of its latest iPhones unleashed a holiday buying frenzy that propelled sales of the trendsetting company’s most popular product to its fastest start in years.
The tech giant has begun developing prototype screens for internal testing, Bloomberg first reported, though there are allegedly no real plans to launch a foldable iPhone yet.
Media mogul Oprah Winfrey will have a biographical documentary released on Apple TV+.
One Twitter wag joked about lights flickering on and off at the White House being Donald Trump signaling to his followers in Morse code after Twitter and Facebook squelched the president for inciting rebellion.
"We have always supported diverse points of view being represented on the App Store, but there is no place on our platform for threats of violence and illegal activity," the company said in a statement.
With less than a week until Christmas, Cupertino-based Apple quietly closed all of their retail stores in California as coronavirus cases and hospitalizations continue to surge.
Facebook is again pushing back on new Apple privacy rules for its mobile devices, this time saying in full page newspaper ads that the social media giant is standing up for small businesses.
The settlement came on the same day Apple announced a partial concession in its fight over fees it charges app developers to sell their offerings on its App Store, amid broader regulatory scrutiny of the power it wields over other companies in its digital ecosystem.
Apple allegedly made misrepresentations about the batteries in some of its iPhones and software that limited performance so the phones would not shut off unexpectedly.
State officials have touted the app's potential to help slow the virus' spread and streamline contact tracing efforts once someone does test positive.
While all five — Amazon, Google parent Alphabet, Facebook, Apple and Twitter — exceeded analyst expectations, gloomy forecasts and other uncertainties led to share-price declines for all but Alphabet in after-market trading.