U.S. Senator John Thune asked Apple CEO Tim Cook for answers about why old iPhones are deliberately slowed down.
Eight people were injured in the incident in Zurich, Switzerland.
This suit comes on the heels of another filed by a group of women alleging gender discrimination.
Major Apple shareholders took the unusual step of warning the Cupertino company about the dangers of iPhones.
A public walkway and courtyard near the building are now closed.
Apple has refunded a Chinese woman after the device failed to distinguish her from her colleague, who is also Chinese.
This year's most searched terms give an insight into our collective curiosities and preoccupations.
Tens of thousands of Russians hope to see virtual assistant Alisa replace Vladimir Putin in office, but the cyber personality has a dark side.
The star's intimate pictures were posted online following a breach of Apple's iCloud in 2014.
Texas Rangers served Apple with a search warrant for an iPhone discovered at the scene of the mass shooting.
New leaks reveal what Samsung's 'iPhone killer' may look like.
Experts tell Newsweek Apple's augmented reality headset points to a post-smartphone future.
"The priest says 'lift up your hearts.' He does not say, 'lift up your cell phones to take pictures.'"
Drop tests suggest Apple's most expensive iPhone is also its "most breakable."
Amazon needs tax breaks and incentives about as much as you need to steal a quarter from your grandmother.
Though the poop emoji may be the most amusing lip-sync stand-in, animal emojis are more expressive, by far.
Allegations of factory protests, worker abuse and human rights violations surround the launch of the iPhone X.