As WWDC 2022 nears, Apple has begun notifying the winners of its latest Swift Student Challenge, and has updated its coronavirus protections for attendees.
At least one model of iPhone 14 is reportedly weeks behind schedule because of the COVID lockdowns in China, and Apple is working with suppliers to get back on schedule.
Apple is reinstating its mask mandate for retail employees at about 100 brick-and-mortar locations throughout the U.S. in response to a national rise in cases.
Blaming a rise in coronavirus cases, Apple has told staff they will have to work from offices two days per week, instead of three.
Production of laptop computers in China, including the MacBook Pro, is considerably slower now that it was a few months ago — and not expected to be fully restored before July 2022.
Apple moving orders from lockdown-hit factories and suppliers has led iPhone manufacturer Foxconn to report its highest Q1 net income since 2014.
Workers at the Quanta factory in Shanghai have clashed with authorities over China's strict coronavirus measures, with hundreds of employees surging over barriers and shoving past security guards.
Apple employees are not happy with the iPhone maker's return-to-office policy, with a survey claiming half of workers are looking to leave the company over the issue.
A pair of Foxconn factories in Kunshan, China, have halted operations following a COVID-19 scare, but the Apple assembly partner insists production output won't be affected.