Apple continues to work on maximizing the benefits and capabilities of the Apple Watch's Digital Crown, with research surfacing regarding how the physical rotation could be supplemented or replaced by sensors that detect light or touch.
For what you get, extra iCloud space is well worth paying for, but it's still not of great use when you're sharing work cross-platform — and you can feel locked into it as soon as you have more data in iCloud that space on your own drive.
Apple is continuing to look into the possibility of creating a foldable iPhone, one equipped with a hinge that allows a flexible display to be bent enough for the smartphone to fold, but preventing the display from developing a crease.
TCL Communication says it will cease production of BlackBerry phones later this year when its rights to the name expire. It's the latest and perhaps lowest point in the incredible decline of the hit phone that was destroyed by the iPhone.
Over strong objections from Apple, the European Union is pressing ahead with plans to make all manufacturers use the same chargers — at least within the EU. Here's what's really been decided and what impact it will have on users.
A consortium of 137 countries has agreed to revamp tax rules to close decades-old loopholes for multinational corporations. It's prompted by the rise of digital firms but Apple, for one, has been a vocal supporter of reform.
Apple CEO Tim Cook reported multiple all-time records for the company's services, from the App Store to Apple Pay. He said Apple is "thrilled" about Apple Card's success, and that Apple has plans for all its services.