Following months of drama about Apple's App Store policies and procedures, your AppleInsider Podcast hosts talked to Mac developer and founder of Rogue Amoeba software, Paul Kafasis, to get the developer's point of view.
Apple has removed a large number of games and apps from the App Store in China, a research firm has determined, with almost 30,000 apps taken down in the middle of a crackdown on games that don't have the required government licensing to allow for in-app purchases.
Major developers continue to deride Apple's App Store policies and call into question CEO Tim Cook's testimony at a U.S. House hearing this week, where he said the company treats all developers on the platform equally.
Apple blew way past Wall Street predictions in the third quarter, Tim Cook testified during the U.S. House antitrust hearing, CES goes all digital, and we feature our favorite task apps on the AppleInsider podcast.
Apple offered Amazon a reduced rate revenue sharing model in a bid to bring Prime Video to the App Store, a move that seemingly contradicts the tech giant's claims that it treats all apps and app makers equally.
Apple on Wednesday pushed out an update for its first-party Apple Store app, adding a handy "For You" tab that gathers useful customer information in one place, as well as a new iPhone comparison tool.
Apple CEO Tim Cook in a prepared opening statement to be read at a U.S. House antitrust hearing on Wednesday denies that his company participates in anticompetitive behavior, adding that it does "not have a dominant market share in any market where we do business."
Several CEOs of major tech companies, including Apple's Tim Cook, are expected to testify at a House Judiciary Antitrust Subcommittee hearing scheduled for July 24. Here's what you should know about it.
Days ahead of Apple CEO Tim Cook's appearance at an antitrust hearing alongside other tech company leaders on July 29, NYU Stern professor of marketing Scott Galloway has offered ideas for questions the House Antitrust Subcommittee could ask, to determine how much power Apple has.
A U.S. House Judiciary Committee hearing at which big tech CEOs, including Apple chief Tim Cook, are scheduled to offer testimony on antitrust matters will likely be postponed, according to a report on Thursday.