Although Apple’s revenues fell year-over-year for the first time in recent memory, it still managed to accrue $117 billion in revenue while battling supply issues, foreign exchange challenges, and the effects of war and disease around the globe.
Have you ever wondered just how expansive Apple's Services division has become? Apple SVP of Services Eddy Cue highlights the accomplishments of the company's various services in 2022.
Apple’s new Apple Business Connect service lets brick-and-mortar businesses claim their location place cards so they can customize how their business appears in Apple Maps, Siri, and other Apple apps. It’s worth doing, and don’t forget to create a Google Business Profile as well.
Apple has released a compelling short video that showcases some of what its accessibility technologies make possible for people with disabilities.
You can look forward to App Store prices containing different numbers now that Apple has introduced 700 more price points—from $0.29 to $10,000—from which developers can select.
It has been a wild year, even for Apple. The company continues to come out smelling like expensive roses, but its fastest-growing product categories this quarter may surprise you.
Apple will soon be offering savings accounts for Apple Card users, in partnership with Goldman Sachs.
Apple has announced an event for 7 September 2022, titling it "Far Out." We expect new iPhones and Apple Watches, likely accompanied by release dates for iOS 16 and watchOS 9. iPadOS 16 will follow later in the year.
Apple is adding M1 MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models to its Self Service Repair program, alongside iPhone 12 models.
Apple eked out a tiny bit of growth in its worst quarter since the darkest days of the pandemic, but it still blew away expectations thanks in large part to its Services category.
Apple has announced Apple Community+, an invitation-only club for its top contributors, to whom Apple promises special perks.
Apple’s upcoming operating systems have a long list of supported models, but devils dance in the details. Macs from 2015 and 2016 fall by the wayside, and older devices that are generally compatible won’t be able to take advantage of all the new features, reasonably enough. Read on to find out what you might be missing.
Apple has announced yet another slate of Apple Design Award winners, but once again the Mac has been largely overlooked.
It will take time to digest some of the more far-reaching features that Apple announced in its WWDC 2022 keynote, but many will likely make you—like us—immediately say, “It’s about time!”
Apple has pre-announced some exciting new accessibility features for its future operating systems, several of which may be highly useful for non-disabled users.