Apple headlines for the week ending September 18, 2015.
While you may hesitate to download a game that is seemingly a shallow exercise in pruning tree branches, Prune will actually be the most refreshing puzzle game you’ll play all month.
According to an internal company message, Apple has joined Google in donating money to help Europe provide food, shelter and medical care to its growing number of refugees.
AT&T said three of its employees secretly installed software on its network so a cellphone unlocking service could surreptitiously funnel hundreds of thousands of requests to its servers to remove software locks on phones.
App developers are starting to update their apps to take advantage of iOS 9's new features—like multitasking on the iPad, Spotlight search, and support for 3D Touch on the upcoming iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. Here are some of the coolest ones.
The $3 app used Ghostery's database to allow users to block ads in Mobile Safari, but Arment didn't "feel good" about it after the fact. Here's how to get a refund.
Apple’s tiniest tablet almost matches the iPad Air 2 spec for spec.
What if Apple's self-driving car is much further along than anyone realizes?
Now that Apple has invited developers to the party, expect to see more frequent updates of tvOS and the Apple TV itself.
Organizer helps keep your iCloud Photo Library tidy by enabling date, time, and location data adjustments not possible with Apple Photos on iOS.
You have questions about iTunes 12. Kirk McElhearn has answers.
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The mere presence of Siri voice search in the new Apple TV is unremarkable. It’s the execution that matters.
Want to start reading your favorite stories in the iOS 9 News app, right now? We'll walk you through it.
Apple forgot that reproductive health is hugely important to women when it released HealthKit. That's no longer the case.
From ultra-sturdy rugged cases and screen protectors to luxurious leather cases and hand-crafted designs, this week's roundup of new iPhone cases has it all—and they're all available for the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.