As Intel continues to lag with its CPU tech, Apple is reportedly taking matters into its own hands with a purported 12-core Arm chip for Macs.
We may know which Intel CPUs are powering the new MacBook Air, thanks to benchmark results posted online.
Apple's supply chain might recover as China responds to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the company's suppliers in other countries are reportedly struggling to meet its needs.
Apple made its Apple Afterburner Card, which debuted with the new Mac Pro in 2019, available for purchase.
Next to a heap of upgrades, Apple's new iPad Pro also comes with trackpad support and a new keyboard accessory.
Apple and two of France's biggest tech distributors have been fined a total of $1.38 billion USD for anti-competitive practices.
Apple CEO Tim Cook explained how the company is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic in a letter to customers.
Due to coronavirus, Foxconn is expecting some revenue decline in Q1 2020 in both its consumer electronics and enterprise businesses.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted that Macs featuring Arm-based processors will ship within the next 18 months.
Malwarebytes' latest malware report found that threats against Macs increased by over 400% year-over-year.
Multiple lines of code supposedly from the latest macOS Catalina 10.15.4 beta suggest that Apple might shift over to AMD chips.
Reports indicate that Apple suppliers, including and Foxconn, Quanta Computer, plan to resume production on February 10, despite the Coronavirus outbreak's continued effects.
A Kaspersky report said that Shlayer, malware pretending to be a Flash update on streaming sites, is the most common malware on Apple macOS.
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