Apple has arguably made its biggest user interface change ever to the Home screen in iOS 14. AppleInsider takes a close look at the all-new widgets, Today View, Home screens, and App Library in the new operating system.
The Department of Justice and state attorneys general are reportedly preparing to launch an antitrust investigation into Apple's App Store after developers continue to raise concerns over anticompetitive behavior.
If you're currently ignoring social distancing and whatever local lockdown recommendations you are under, your conscience, and your wireless carrier, are going to track you before your iPhone ever will.
This week's episode of HomeKit Insider is a special one — the 2020 WWDC episode. While we cover our usual news for the week, most of the show is dedicated to breaking down all the new HomeKit features in iOS 14 and tvOS 14 coming soon to our devices.
A new leak claims that the power adapter that ships with some of the forthcoming "iPhone 12" lineup will be a 20W USB-C model instead of the familiar 5W one of the iPhone 11. The charger now appears to be receiving certification in some countries.
U.S. Senate Republicans on Tuesday introduced the Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act, a bill that seeks to weaken encryption technologies that have in the past put a damper on law enforcement operations.
Mac users who rely on Windows virtualization software might be left in the lurch when Apple transitions to its own custom ARM processors later this year, as the company's Rosetta Intel-to-ARM translator does not support virtual machine apps.
Apple on Tuesday began the approval process for its Developer Transition Kit, a Mac mini with specialized software that stands ready to usher in a new era of Macs powered by the tech giant's own custom-designed silicon.
CarPlay in iOS 14 is bringing a wide variety of changes to vehicles, all through a simple update to their phones. We break down exactly what is coming to users with iOS 14 and how it will impact their daily commutes and road trips.
Some observers were surprised that Apple's big news in transitioning Macs away from Intel processors didn't refer to the move as a migration to "ARM." Instead, Apple's chief executive Tim Cook introduced it as a move to Apple Silicon. Here's why.