Intel and Apple are in “advanced talks” over the sale of Intel’s modem business, reportedly worth at least $1 billion, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.
Researchers discovered flaws in the Bluetooth implementations of Windows 10, macOS and iOS that allow devices running those operating systems to be tracked.
Apple may have recently gotten rid of its only MacBook without a butterfly keyboard: the 2017 MacBook Air. If you want it, act fast, because it's a Lightning Deal for Amazon Prime Day at $699.00.
A new report claimed Apple used a worse-performing SSD in the new MacBook Air than it did in 2018's model.
Apple filed applications for patents covering glass keycaps and a low travel, giving hope that MacBooks will ditch the butterfly mechanism.
Apple updated the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro as part of a Back to School promotion; it also seems to have discontinued the entry-level MacBook.
According to new FCC filings zeroed in on by several tech publications, a new MacBook could be on the way.
Apple has reportedly discovered an issue with the logic board used in the 13-inch MacBook Air with Retina Display released in 2018.
Apple Chief Design Officer Jonathan "Jony" Ive is leaving Apple later this year. He will start his own design firm which will include Apple as a client.
Apple came one step closer to ditching Intel when it hired Mike Filippo, a lead engineer from Arm, to a chip architect position in May.
IHS Markit backed up previous reports claiming that Apple plans to announce a MacBook Pro with a 16-inch display sometime in 2019.
Foxcon's Terry Gou said he "will plead to Apple to come to Taiwan" and that he "believe[s] it is possible" for the company to move production from China.
Apple and the major console makers: Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony Interactive Entertainment, have filed public comments against tariffs on Chinese goods.
Apple is reportedly looking to move up to 30% of its production outside China, and not just because of the trade war between the People's Republic and the U.S.
Foxconn said that 25% of its production capacity is outside China, which means it should be able to meet Apple's needs during the U.S.-China trade war.
In macOS Catalina, iTunes is dead, replaced by Apple Music, Apple TV and Apple Podcasts. And now, iPad apps are making their way to the Mac.
Apple unveiled a new Mac Pro at WWDC in an attempt to woo creatives with a Xeon processor, new GPU module and lots of PCIe expansion. There's also a Pro XDR monitor to go with it.