Apple this week notified employees that it will soon begin the slow process of bringing staff back to Apple Park and other offices following California's coronavirus lockdown, characterizing the initial return as "very limited" in scope.
Thailand is the latest country to introduce legislation requiring digital service providers to pay taxes on digital goods, hoping to boost revenue from tech industry giants like Apple, Google, and Amazon.
Apple may be transitioning to ARM processors in the Mac soon, but the company has been closely connected to ARM in multiple ways for thirty years — and those connections contributed to why Apple survived the dark days in its history.
Mac upgrade specialist OWC has introduced a 4TB version of the Mercury Extreme Pro 6G SSD, a high-performance drive for Mac and PC that claims to offer consistent reading and writing speeds over its entire range.
Bernstein analyst Toni Sacconaghi in a note to investors this week investigated a theoretical Apple acquisition of search engine DuckDuckGo, saying the tech giant could stand to benefit from major platform gains with minimal impact to its bottom line.
Apple is preparing to expand the number of products customers can buy in monthly installments using Apple Card, with purchases of iPads, MacBooks, and AirPods expected to be offered under the existing scheme.
Apple is preparing to reopen more of its retail outlets as the spread of COVID-19 is being managed, with three Apple Stores in the United Arab Emirates opening for business on June 8 complete with the new coronavirus safeguards in place.
A small but indeterminate number of iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro owners, and users of certain older model handsets, are reporting a bug that causes a green tint to display for a brief time after unlocking their devices.