Despite Apple's insistence on not allowing upgrade pricing for App Store apps, developers keep clamouring for more flexibility in the way they sell their apps, and are starting to look for ways around the company's walled garden. It's time for Cupertino to get a handle on the situation before it gets out of hand.
A labor watchdog group is slamming one of Apple's suppliers for allegedly exploiting its Chinese workers to build the upcoming budget iPhone.
Apple has invited Macworld and other press outlets to a special event on September 10. That gives us less than one week to guess what the company will and won't reveal on that day.
Apple wins a monopoly case in court, a mysterious Apple TV update may be en route, and at last we can (partially) answer the question of where one blogger gets all these wonderful leaks?
Apple is holding perhaps its first ever media event in China on Sept. 11, signaling that the U.S. company is paying greater attention to the nation's thriving tech market.
Now you can report bugs to Apple in style. Elsewhere, Apple puts a new face on FaceTime and Android takes a shot across Apple's sleek and sophisticated bow.
Bearing out rampant rumors and speculation, Apple has officially invited the media to a September 10 special event, which will likely herald the arrival of a new iPhone.
The settlement over ebook price-fixing could mean that you might be eligible to receive a payout for certain ebooks you've purchased.
Trading in your old iPhone at an Apple Store near you may soon net you credit towards a new version of the smartphone--right as Apple may be planning to launch its latest model.
A T-Mobile move may hint at the next iPhone's release date, bugs swarm OS X and iOS, and Apple's bringing free music to the masses.