Apple has announced it will provide free repairs for products damaged in the Japan floods.
During the second quarter of 2018, Apple has sold 3.5 million watches.
According to a new investor's note, shared by Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple will release these products this fall.
Kuo has issued a new research note with information about Apple's upcoming products.
Apple is sued by a Canadian man because of scratches on his Apple Watch.
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Bloomberg reports Apple will release AirPower in September.
Fast Company reports Apple will use buttons with haptic feedback for future Apple Watch models.
Here's everything Apple has announced during WWDC18, in detail.
After several reports of bricked devices, Apple has now pulled watchOS 5 Developer Beta 1.
Apple has just announced watchOS 5.
Red-haired and bald faces, superheroes, a mosquito, a kangaroo, or a pirate flag. The set of 157 new emojis announced earlier this year will be available from Monday for smartphone users.
Apple CEO Tim Cook yesterday announced that Apple Pay will launch in Norway, Poland and Ukraine soon.
The coding of watchOS 4.3.1 suggests future support for third party watch faces.
Apple is facing a lawsuit from Omni Medsci, a company that says Apple has used their patented heart rate measuring technology in Apple Watch models.
According to DigiTimes, Apple is in preliminary talks with PlayNitride, a Taiwanese company which researches and produces MicroLED displays.
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Apple announced that WWDC18 will be held this year from June 4th - June 8th in San Jose, California. At this year's WWDC, we will see iOS 12, a new version of macOS, watchOS 5, tvOS 12 and maybe some new hardware. Here's what to expect.
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