Category: apple-news

The Full Recap of This Year’s March Event

Just like with every Apple’s media event, we have been hearing a lot of rumors leading up to this year’s March event. What is interesting is the fact that most...

Apple’s March Event 2016 Recap

As we previously announced, Apple’s March Event has been held yesterday (March 21), during which several new products were announced. So without further ado, let’s...

This Year’s March Event to be Held On Monday, March

Apple today sent out invites for its March event that will be held on Monday, March 21 at the company’s Town Hall auditorium. As we previously reported, several...

Apple’s Flagship Store at Union Square is Nearly Finished

Apple’s flagship store at Union Square in San Francisco is now structurally complete as massive movable glass doors are being installed to its front. We have been...

Apple Support Launches Official Twitter Account

Apple has today launched a new Twitter account, called Apple Support, in hopes of helping Apple users solve problems and share iOS tips. Even though the iPhone...

Apple Continues Its Battle in the San Bernardino Case

As expected, Apple made several moves to strengthen its legal battle with the FBI by objecting to the Central District of California’s order to unlock the San...

Tim Cook Gives a Hint about the Apple Car

For a while now, we have been hearing rumors about the so-called “Apple Car”. Up until today, Apple executives remained silent, but Apple CEO Tim Cook dropped a hint...

Apple CEO: The Company Will Fight Against the FBI’s Request

In an interview with ABC News anchor David Muir, Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke about the repercussions of the FBI’s request to build an iOS backdoor. In questioning Apple...

The San Bernardino Case: Apple Vs. FBI

Last Tuesday, a federal judge ordered Apple to provide access to encrypted data on the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters, putting the iPhone maker in a...

The FBI Wants to Access Other iPhones Besides the San

In addition to the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters, the US government tried to force Apple to provide passcodes of “about a dozen” other iPhones,...