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.
Cynthia Hogan, Apple's vice president for public policy and government affairs, is part of a four-person committee tasked with vetting potential running mates for presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.
While Apple managed to exceed Wall Street expectations to post an all-time quarterly earnings record for the first calendar quarter of 2020, a period heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, sales of its most important product, iPhone, slumped.
Apple this week agreed to settlement terms in a class action lawsuit alleging the company intentionally "broke" FaceTime on older iPhones, with class members due to receive a paltry $3 each for their woes.
Apple in an internal video to employees on Monday outlined upcoming plans for its retail stores, saying that May will likely see the reopening of "many more" brick-and-mortar locations that are currently closed due to COVID-19.
Apple in April promised to develop flexible work solutions for employees with children who are working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, but a report on Thursday notes some parents are still feeling the pinch.
A detailed investigation of the camera array rolled into Apple's 2020 iPad Pro illustrates the shooters are — like every iPad that came before — not up to the same standards as the current top-tier iPhone model.
A Florida court on Monday dismissed a consumer lawsuit that alleged Apple purposely "broke" the FaceTime feature on iPhone 4 and 4S models in a supposed cost-saving measure, judging the complaint is barred by statute of limitations.
Apple on Friday countered a renewed legal pursuit from VoIP-Pal, an entity that leverages voice over IP patents against larger technology firms, saying it does not infringe on the patent-in-suit and attests the property's claim are invalid.
Apple's effort to develop a standardized format for one-time passcodes sent through SMS messages is moving forward with the help of Google engineers, as the proposal this month garnered official status as a Web Platform Incubator Community Group (WICG) specification draft.
VoIP-Pal, which brandishes a portfolio of voice over IP-related patents, on Tuesday filed a new lawsuit against Apple, claiming the company's FaceTime and iMessage infringe on a single patent covering call routing and handling.
Apple on Tuesday announced plans to reveal quarterly earnings for the company's second fiscal quarter of 2020 on April 30, with CEO Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri expected to join analysts on a conference call after markets close.
A class action lawsuit filed on Monday suggests Apple intentionally misled customers by failing to disclose design and performance differences between the "inferior" 2x2 MIMO antenna array in iPhone XR and the 4x4 MIMO setup in iPhone XS and XS Max.
iPhone SEThe Apple Store appears to have leaked the official name of Apple's next iPhone, as a listing for an iPhone 8 screen protector was updated on Thursday to reflect compatibility with "iPhone SE."
Tile, a manufacturer of location tracking hardware and software, on Wednesday told the House Judiciary Committee that Apple continues to participate in anticompetitive behavior despite promising not to do so as part of a resolution reached earlier this year.