As the UK set a new record temperature for July, it’s not just people who are feeling the heat but electronic devices too, with some iPhone users reporting their handsets struggling to deal with the weather.
Apple is to roll out software updates to some older devices in order to avoid a bug that could prevent them from using GPS.
The Apple Watch Walkie Talkie app has been reactivated after Apple confirmed that a security flaw which could have allowed people to eavesdrop on the conversations of others has been fixed.
Apple boss Tim Cook has disputed a report suggesting that tensions led to the departure of design chief Sir Jonathan Ive, the Briton behind many of the company’s famous products.
The British man who designed the iPhone, iPod and Mac is leaving Apple after more than 20 years – saying it is a “natural” time to go.
Children as young as two are using social media, research from charity Barnardo’s has suggested.
Apple has announced a wide range of updates across its software platforms, as the tech giant prepares for its next generation of devices.
Apple has confirmed it is to replace the iTunes service in its current form, as it splits the software across three apps.
The Apple Watch is to allow female users to track their menstrual cycle from the device for the first time.
A dark mode for the iPhone and the end of iTunes could be among the announcements made by Apple on Monday at its annual developer conference.
Apple has formally committed to be “clearer and more upfront” with iPhone users about battery health and performance as part of a new agreement with the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), the department has said.
WhatsApp has rushed to roll out a security fix after concerns were raised hackers could inject surveillance software on to phones via the call function.
Apple has been accused of “significantly overstating” the battery life of a number of its iPhone handsets following testing carried out by consumer watchdog Which?.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook has once again called for technology to be regulated, suggesting that the US could take inspiration from Europe’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) rules to better protect user data.
Apple and Qualcomm have agreed to settle all ongoing litigation between the two companies, ending a long-running legal battle between the tech giants.
Two iPhones and a PC were stolen in a break-in in Dundee. The items were stolen from a unit in Alexander Street between Friday, March 8 and Monday, March 11. A police statement said: “Do you know who was responsible? Call 101 quoting CR/6393/19.”
Apple has taken its Group FaceTime feature offline following the discovery of a bug which reportedly allowed users to eavesdrop on others through the firm’s video calling app.
Apple boss Tim Cook has taken aim at invisible data brokers who trade users’ personal data, as the iPhone maker continues to distance itself from rivals on the issue of privacy.
Apple boss Tim Cook has revealed that the iPhone maker will launch new services later this year.
Apple’s iPhone is not nearing its end despite the company cutting sales forecasts, industry analysts have said.