Apple defied WWDC rumors by not announcing any new hardware.
Apple's WWDC event starts today, and is rumored to see the company announcing new MacBook Pros and even an M1 successor.
Asahi Linux developer Hector Martin revealed a covert channel vulnerability in the Apple M1 chip he dubbed M1RACLES.
VMware is making progress bringing Linux-based operating systems to M1-equipped Macs, but what about Windows?
Apple said in an earnings call that half of its Mac and iPad sales in 2Q21 were to people who'd never owned the devices before.
Apple said it plans to invest $430 billion in the U.S. over the next five years to create an estimated 20,000 new jobs.
REvil, a hacking collective that had attempted to extort Apple and supplier Quantas, reportedly suddenly stopped in its tracks.
A pull request for the Linux 5.13 kernel has added preliminary support for the first Macs that use Apple's custom M1 chip.
Intel has apparently started to advertise its Core i7-1185G7 processor in a MacBook Pro, which doesn't feature the chip.
Apple discontinued several iMac configurations in the latest sign that it plans to refresh the lineup sometime this year.