The USPTO has granted Apple a patent related to a "method for representing points of interest in a view of a real environment on a mobile device."
A report claims TSMC is on track for volume production using its 5nm EUV process, and Apple is expected to use the same process to make 2020 iPhones' CPUs.
Two different reports from this week point to Apple working on switching Macs to its own chips and allowing iOS developers to port their apps to Macs.
Apple is reportedly planning to release a redesigned MacBook Pro with a 16 to 16.5-inch display sometime in 2019.
Apple has no plans to use a new third-party foundry for its iPhone chips this year, and TSMC will be the sole manufacturer of the upcoming A13 processor, according to a report today.
Apple fixed a flaw that let people activate a device's microphone and front-facing camera, but questions remain about the company's disclosure process.
The patent describes a mechanism through which various layers of glass would be able to shape themselves based on what they’re being used for.
A German court threw out four of Qualcomm’s eight search-related patent lawsuits against Apple. The remaining four have yet to be decided.
Houston Attorney sued Apple because it pushed a bug to iOS users that made it possible for third-parties to listen on people's conversations without them being aware of this.
Apple takes down FaceTime group calling, thanks to eavesdropping bug leaving microphones vulnerable.
New MSI CEO Charles Chiang said Intel has made desktop CPUs its lowest priority during shortage, tariffs are raising prices by about 5 percent and Apple is vulnerable.
Apple published its new transparency report with a new interactive website instead of just releasing a boring ol' PDF. But people might not like what they see.
A researcher found six vulnerabilities in the XNU kernel, which is used by all of Apple's operating systems. The bugs could allow attackers to remotely control Apple devices.
Geekbench scores for Apple's new iPad Pro with the A12X Bionic CPU have appeared, and they sure are impressive.
Apple quietly announced today that its MacBook Pro will get a bump to AMD's Radeon Vega Graphics in November.
At an event today in Brooklyn, Apple took the wraps after its A12X processor, which will be in its new iPad Pro.