Mikey Campbell is the Senior Editor at AppleInsider, where he has covered all things Apple since 2011. He has appeared on Bloomberg TV, MSNBC Live, CNBC, Al Jazeera, MotorTrend's "Wide Open Throttle," CBS5 and TWiT.
A federal judge on Thursday dismissed a lawsuit that accused Apple and director M. Night Shyamalan of copying key aspects of the 2013 film "The Truth About Emanuel" with the Apple TV+ original "Servant."
Classic children's television series "Fraggle Rock" has found a new home on Apple TV+, with the tech giant buying streaming rights to all classic episodes and ordering a reboot that will include full-length installments.
Serial leaker Jon Prosser claims Apple is prototyping a special "Steve Jobs Heritage Edition" of its hotly rumored "Apple Glass" augmented reality headset, supposedly styled after the late tech guru's trademark frameless spectacles.
Apple is working with former Gawker staff on an Apple TV+ dramedy series that chronicles the defunct website's early days and transition from a gossip blog into a one-time cornerstone of new media journalism.
As Apple and Google work to build out a so-called "Exposure Notification" API and accompanying operating system-level assets to help monitor the spread of COVID-19, health experts argue the companies' overly stringent privacy policies will render the solution useless out of the gate.
Apple's proposed $500 million deal to settle a series of class action lawsuits involving the so-called iPhone slowdown controversy received preliminary approval on Friday, moving the kerfuffle closer to an official conclusion.
Apple's vice president for public policy and government affairs Cynthia Hogan, who was recently named to a committee tasked with vetting running mates for presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, has resigned her role at the company.
Apple is making plans to return corporate employees to work following COVID-19 mitigation procedures, with some essential personnel already heading back to the office in certain regions around the world, according to a report on Tuesday.
Following in the footsteps of Apple Card, and in the shadow of a rumored debit card solution from Google, Samsung on Thursday announced plans to field a physical debit card product in partnership with finance company SoFi.
Apple's first product to integrate Mini LED display technology might see a later-than-expected launch timeline due to setbacks caused by the coronavirus pandemic, according to new research from TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
A number of popular iOS apps, including TikTok, Pinterest and Spotify, began to crash on Wednesday after an update to Facebook's SDK rolled out, software that many developers rely on to streamline the user login process.
Apple Watch extended its lead over smartwatch market competitors during the first quarter of 2020, according to new statistics from research firm Strategy Analytics, with Apple's wearable now accounting for more than 55% of the whole.
Darren Eastman, a former Apple engineer who is suing the company over allegations that he was not properly credited on key patents related to Find My and Passbook functionality, last week bolstered his case with additional evidence, leading the judge presiding over the case to call for a settlement conference.
Apple this week expanded the dataset of its Mobility Trends Reports tool to include hundreds of new cities and sub-regions, allowing researchers to better study the effects of COVID-19 on personal and public transportation.
As world governments scramble to contain the spread of COVID-19, France and the UK this week announced plans to begin testing digital contact tracing solutions developed without the aid of Apple and Google's exposure notification system.