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Quinn Nelson has taken the Mac mini apart and created an alternative chassis.
Open Web Advocacy organisation urges Apple to allow iOS browser engines other than WebKit.
No further App Store rule changes are needed, company reckons.
Steps up sanctions on Russia following the invasion of Ukraine.
Software company finds a way around the T2 chip's security defences - for shorter passwords at least.
A new feature will allow contactless payments to be accepted directly on the iPhone.
Developers criticise paltry reduction for dating apps in the Netherlands.
Facebook warns of lower than expected revenues, blaming Apple's App Tracking Transparency.
The beta of iOS 15.4 contains several hidden clues, including traces of support for AR and VR headsets in Safari.
Apple has developed a new way to distribute apps privately.
Apple must pay a €5m fine each week until it complies.
After Apple sued Ericsson in December, it's the Swedish company's turn to go after Apple.
Will the ACM be satisfied by Apple's new rules for dating apps in the Netherlands?
Apple appears to have given up its fight against the new Korean law.
But Jay Freeman has until 19 January to file an amended complaint.
There's no reason to believe mixed-reality headsets will ever be anything but a niche.
Security researcher Trevor Spiniolas has discovered a bug in HomeKit that could bring iOS to a complete standstill.
Tech giants' negotiations over mobile network technology licences are not going well, and the clock is ticking.
The Omicron COVID variant is forcing Apple to once again postpone its office return to a "date yet to be determined".
A Reddit user sent a long critical email to Tim Cook and, to his surprise, was called by one of the Apple CEO's assistants.