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Apple CEO Tim Cook looks on proudly at the new Mac Pro.Image: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images By Sasha Lekach2019-06-03 22:14:28 UTC At its annual WWDC developer conference on Monday, Apple showed off new iOS features (including dark mode), unveiled iPadOS, and finally revealed its long-rumored Mac Pro.  Oh, and the company officially killed iTunes. Here’s everything Tim Cook and friends revealed at WWDC.  iPhone users can expect better maps and camera

Tim Cook and co. brought the goods at WWDC 2019, but there’s always room for improvement.Image: apple By Alex Perry2019-06-03 21:00:24 UTC That’s a wrap, folks. Apple’s gargantuan WWDC 2019 keynote is in the books, and it was a doozy. The iPhone maker unveiled major new features for iOS, macOS and the newly renamed iPadOS. Apple also showed off a $6,000 cheese grater that’s also a very powerful desktop computer.

The kids who hacked Apple are getting off light with some probation and hopefully a lesson well learned.Image: Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images By Marcus Gilmer2019-05-27 19:44:46 UTC One sharp Australian teen caught a break this week after being caught hacking tech giant Apple.  The 17-year-old Adelaide student was one of two teens who were charged with hacking Apple twice, once in 2015 and once in 2017, and downloading a

The App Store application is seen on an iPhone on October 1, 2018.Image: Jaap Arriens / NurPhoto via Getty Images By Karissa Bell2019-05-14 00:34:50 UTC Apple’s App Store rules are about to come under a lot more scrutiny and that could be bad news for the company. On Monday, the Supreme Court ruled that a group of consumers can sue Apple over App Store rules they say are anti-competitive. The

Apple’s new services means yur iPhone addiction is going to cost even more.Image: michael short / Getty Images By Karissa Bell2019-03-26 00:33:53 UTC As Apple spent nearly two hours breathlessly detailing its many new services, I slowly got a sinking feeling in the pit of my stomach. No, not because I’m inherently creeped out by the idea of Apple owning even more of my life (though it’s certainly a valid

HOW MUCH?!?Image: Screenshot/Apple By Raymond Wong2019-03-25 22:53:22 UTC Oprah, Tim Cook, and plenty of celebs gathered in Cupertino on Monday to reveal the new Apple TV+ streaming service. Some of its biggest titles? The Morning Show starring Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, and Little America from Kumail Nanjiani. We also learned that Apple will make the subscription service available on its revamped Apple TV app, which is coming to Roku

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The iOS 12.1 update will drop alongside Apple’s new iPads.Image: lili sams/mashable By Karissa Bell2018-10-29 22:58:57 UTC Apple’s first big iOS 12 update is imminent.  The company just confirmed that the update, which will add long-awaited group calling features to FaceTime, will roll out Tuesday, Oct. 30, the same day as its fall hardware event. Group calling for FaceTime was first previewed over the summer during Apple’s World Wide Developer

Here's how to watch Apple unveil new iPads on Oct. 30

Disclosure Every product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work. Apple opted for a variety of colorful logos for this year’s event.Image: Apple By Jake Krol2018-10-29 22:04:33 UTC Apple isn’t done with new products for 2018 just yet. For the first time, the Cupertino-based behemoth is unveiling its latest and greatest in Brooklyn on

Apple doubles down on Chinese hardware hack denial in letter to Congress

Disclosure Every product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work. Not budging.Image: Justin Sullivan / getty By Jack Morse2018-10-09 00:36:26 UTC Apple really wants everyone to know that it has absolutely no idea what Bloomberg is talking about. Like, not at all.  As of today, “everyone” includes our elected officials. The Cupertino-based tech giant

The InfoWars app is still alive and well in the App Store and Google Play

The InfoWars app is alive and well, despite bans elsewhere on Google and Apple platforms.Image: infowars By Karissa Bell2018-08-07 00:09:10 UTC InfoWars host Alex Jones may no longer be able to publish content on YouTube and iTunes, but the companies haven’t removed his content entirely. That’s because these bans so far haven’t extended to InfoWars’ mobile app, which remains available in both Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store. Both