Here are the latest updates on Apple Inc. Founded in 1976 by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne, the company has grown into one of the world's largest and most profitable companies. Considered one of the Big 5 U.S. companies along with Amazon, Google, Facebook and Microsoft, the company has a revenue of over $270 billion. Led by Tim Cook, the company is headquartered in Cupertino, California.
DoorDash faces $1B lawsuit over delivery fees: 'Dupes naive consumers'
Customer launches a class-action lawsuit alleging that the delivery firm "charged higher rates...[for] iPhone users, rather than Android users."
Photoshopped Ben Affleck pic goes viral—'Long day at work in 2035'
Affleck is no stranger to becoming a meme and now one of his most famous has had a futuristic update.
At $3,499, the Apple Vision Pro is for 'the rich kids on the block'
Apple CEO Tim Cook described the augmented-reality headset as a "great value."
Tears as old man leaves store with handwritten notes on how to use iPhone
Several TikTokers were moved by the moment captured in the viral clip, with one writing, "I'm just happy someone did that for him."
'Boycott Target' beats Taylor Swift on iTunes
The song topped the iTunes charts, but streaming metrics more indicative of overall modern consumer behaviors showed the song making a negligible impact.
Apple challenges the strength of Bud Light boycott
Apple is releasing a Pride-themed watch band to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community, which it has championed for many years.
Prince Harry's worst nightmare about Meghan Markle nearly just came true
Prince Harry once said the media are "not going to stop until [Meghan] dies"—now he has revealed a "near catastrophic" paparazzi car chase.
The unglamorous life of a Hollywood writer
Amid their profession's strike, screenwriters tell Newsweek about what they say is the dispiriting reality of working in the industry.
Apple buying Disney would create an unparalleled entertainment behemoth
Newsweek investigates the likelihood of a merger between Apple, Inc. and The Walt Disney Company—two companies with a surprisingly collaborative past.
New dad's Apple Watch sums up reaction to watching son's birth
Tom Stamp told Newsweek he was "very stressed watching what was going on in disbelief."
China officials use Tim Cook visit to criticize U.S. pressure on TikTok
Apple CEO Tim Cook arrived in Beijing last week—his first visit since the COVID-19 pandemic—to attend a government-sponsored business forum.
Putin's staff ordered to stop using iPhones
Concern about cybersecurity was cited as the reason why Kremlin officials were reportedly told to stop using the Apple devices.
iPhone's "clean energy" charging sparks Republican outrage
Republicans like Marjorie Taylor Greene announced they were turning off the feature to increase their carbon footprint.
High schooler Airdropped bomb threat on plane during field trip: Officials
The student allegedly sent a message to other passengers after changing his name to "I have a bomb."
Golden retriever hilariously distracted by the 'crunch' while eating apple
"Thinking he just broke his mouth," one user joked.
Valentine's Day viewing guide: what to watch on Netflix, Prime and more
Streaming services have a wide variety of different V-Day-themed films and TV shows on offer from romantic to quirky to dark.
The 7 greatest Super Bowl ads of all time, chosen by advertisers
Newsweek spoke to marketing and advertising experts to see what they think are the greatest Super Bowl commercials ever.
Section 230 Protects Tech Platforms at Your Legal Expense
What is contradictory about the free speech ideology so central to online companies' business models is that the protections they receive do not pass through to the individual.
Why Do We Still Need Humans, Anyway?
The past four decades or so have seen spectacular technological advances that have vastly disrupted industries, brought unimaginable convenience and efficiencies, and scrambled our brains in ways we may come to regret.
Cat who "hitchhiked" miles from home found thanks to $29 accessory
Tofu's owner thought her missing cat had been stolen, but found him 10 miles from home thanks to Apple AirTag.
Big Tech is falling apart
Google and Microsoft are the latest Big Tech companies to announce thousands of job cuts, raising fears of a crisis in the sector.
Fall Out Boy fans' fury over new song's Apple Music delay: "I need my fix"
The Illinois-formed band has unveiled a snippet of the official video for the track "Love From the Other Side"—but many fans were asking the same question.
Why Brian Walshe's smartphone or watch could be crucial to solving case
The 46-year-old, whose wife Ana Walshe has been missing since January 1, was wearing an electronic ankle tag at the time—but it wasn't fitted with GPS.
Apple goes viral for appearing to host iPhone class for older customers
"My granddad did this a couple times. He knew EVERYTHING about that phone," commented one Twitter user.
How To Track Your Cat's Whereabouts All Day
Where do cats go throughout the day? Cats are elusive by nature but there are some ways you can monitor their location, including using pet tracking devices.
Netflix customers could face criminal charges for sharing their password
The law applies to Netflix password sharing, but also to other streaming services, including Amazon Prime, Disney+ and Apple TV+.
Twitter nixes key feature after Elon Musk caught slamming Apple via iPhone
Twitter CEO Musk was last month relentlessly mocked when it was pointed out that he had criticized Apple while using an iPhone.
How Competitive is the App Store Market?
Today, almost all mobile apps are downloaded through Apple's app store on iPhones or the Google Play app store on Android phones.
Elon Musk backtracks on Apple criticism, says it was a "misunderstanding"
On Monday, Musk claimed that Apple had "threatened" to remove Twitter from its App Store and was pulling its advertisements off the social network.
How Spotify Wrapped compares to Apple Music and YouTube's year-end reviews
Spotify Wrapped, Apple Music Replay, and YouTube Music Recap have all been released this week as the world looks back on what they've listened to in 2022.