The iPhone was auctioned off for over 100 times more than its original cost — the latest record-breaking sum for such a sale. An expert explains how old gadgets became "similar to precious metals."
Apple Music already shows lyrics, but with the new karaoke feature, they will be synced by syllable. There will also be separate views for duets and background vocals.
The plaintiffs in the lawsuit against Apple allege former partners planted AirTags near them to keep track of their whereabouts.
A driver has been charged with reckless homicide after crashing through the plate glass window of an Apple Store on Monday.
Google has called on Apple to adopt RCS, a new messaging service that is increasingly used on Android devices. The iPhone maker, which uses its own iMessage service, hasn't budged.
Apple store employees in a Baltimore suburb voted to unionize by a nearly 2-to-1 margin Saturday, joining a growing push across U.S. industries to organize for workplace protections.
Cellphones and handheld electronic devices in the European Union will be required to have a USB-C charging port by 2024.
Apple retail employees in Towson, Maryland, have formed CORE, the Coalition of Organized Retail Employees.
Communications Workers of America, the retail workers' union, said big tech companies like Apple fail to give employees who don't work in an office equal standing and respect.
Companies ranging from General Motors to UPS are exiting or reducing their operations in Russia as wide-ranging sanctions make it all but impossible to operate in the country.
In the most dramatic step a Big Tech company has taken against Russia, Apple says Russians will no longer be able to purchase Apple merchandise and access to Apple Pay is also restricted.
A judge granted a restraining order against a woman who allegedly showed up twice to Cook's home in Palo Alto. The filing states she also threatened Cook with photos of a handgun.
Apple's new program will be available in the U.S. for certain iPhone models starting in early 2022. Customers can buy the parts and tools for DIY repair and recycle used parts in exchange for credit.
Janneke Parrish says she was fired from Apple as part of an investigation tracing the source of leaks to the press. She co-led the #AppleToo movement, part of growing labor unrest in Silicon Valley.