It was a big day in Cupertino for Apple's service initiatives as the company launched a bevy of offerings that CEO Tim Cook vowed would be "private and secure." Also on hand: a Who's Who of celebrities riding the newly launched Apple TV+ content creation bandwagon
During a whirlwind of a week for Apple, the company announced a major update to its AirPods. The next generation delivers greater performance efficiency, faster connection, more talk time, and–for the first time ever–Siri capabilities.
The Apple HomeKit is now compatible with Hunter Douglas' wireless operating system, PowerView Motorization. Users now have complete control over their window treatments via Siri or through their Apple devices.
According to internal Apple documents, iPhones that contain a third party battery will now be eligible for repair by one of Apple's Authorized Service Providers (AASP) or Genius Bars.
A recent patent filing from Apple suggests that the company is exploring a way use the iPhone screen as a delivery vehicle for sound.
A string of recent hires and restructuring suggest that Apple has ramped up its efforts around (and the priority of) in-house iPhone radio chip development.
With all of the attention on Apple's forthcoming Q4 2018 report, we dive into the sinking smartphone market in China, which is creating serious concerns for a lot of smartphone makers.
Amazon has opened up support for Apple Music through its Amazon Alexa app, bringing the streaming service to Echo devices.