Apple, whose CarPlay interface is used by millions of motorists to control music, get directions and make phone calls, is looking to expand its reach within cars.
Apple will give store employees as much as $US1000 ($1383) in bonuses next month, a rare move that follows a tumultuous effort to get its retail operations back on track after pandemic shutdowns.
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Apple has patched a security flaw in the Messages app after security researchers determined that Israel-based NSO Group used it to “exploit and infect” the latest devices with spyware.
Kartikay Mehrotra, Davide Scigliuzzo and William Turton
Epic Games is looking to take advantage of a new law in South Korea that will force Apple to open its App Store to outside payment systems.
Vlad Savov and Mark Gurman
Apple has set the date for its biggest product launch of the year when it will unveil its latest line of iPhones and other products ahead of a critical holiday season.
Global tech giants including Apple and Microsoft will open training academies in Saudi Arabia, as the oil-rich kingdom looks to position itself as a Middle East hub for technology and innovation.
Zaid Sabah and Reema Alothman
Apple says it will checks photos on iPhones in the US for matches with known images of child sexual abuse before they are uploaded to its iCloud services.
Barbara Ortutay and Frank Bajak
The tech giant warning that sales growth may be slowing and supplies are getting tight, putting a damper on investor excitement following a record-setting third quarter.
A major security concern is among the reasons why Apple iPhone users are urged to install the new software update, with cyber attacks on the rise.
The world’s largest technology company has mostly thrived during the pandemic.
The ACCC has set its sights on Apple and Google in a recommendation that could change the way you use app stores for both tech giants.
Apple has dropped several massive products in an overnight launch, including an exciting new device that’s a game changer.
Revenue was propelled by the iPhone 12, the first iPhone line to include four new models and 5G capabilities,
Apple has continued a year-end surge that’s cemented its lead over Amazon.com as 2020’s best-performer among the largest technology stocks.
Jeran Wittenstein and Ryan Vlastelica
Elon Musk wanted to discuss the possibility of selling Tesla to Apple for one-tenth of its current value.
Apple plans to build a self-driving car for consumers and is targeting 2024 to produce the vehicle, according to media reports.
Apple has one more thing for the holiday shopping season — over-the-ear, wireless headphones that will test how much people are willing to splurge on high-quality sound.
British police are hunting for thieves who made off with $9.1 million worth of Apple products after tying up a driver and security guard during a truck heist in central England on Tuesday.
Apple has kicked off its transition away from Intel chips, overnight revealing the first Mac computers with a main processor designed in-house by the iPhone maker.
More WA shoppers are embracing the safety of contactless digital payments, with transactions made through smart devices at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic more than doubling from a year ago.
Investors have piled into the iPhone maker’s shares as well as those of other technology darlings. But it faces a more uncertain road ahead.
Nine years after Steve Jobs stepped down and thrust Tim Cook to the top of Apple, the company is more valuable than ever — and so is Cook.
Anders Melin and Tom Metcalf
Apple shares have surged 18 per cent over the past seven days, the most since 2009. The stock has added $US570b in value this year. But with no new products, can it keep up the pace?
Lu Wang and Vildana Hajric
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