The Oregon Court of Appeals made a first-of-its-kind ruling when it affirmed a lower court's decision that the forced disclosure of a defendant's phone passcode was not a violation of her Fifth Amendment rights.
With this update, Apple brings a major emphasis on entertainment with new apps and begins to blur the line between devices by introducing Sidecar.
After being anonymously sent 69 "GayCoins" on his iPhone, a Russian man has sued Apple for "turning him gay."
From Dark Mode to new privacy options, here's everything we know about iOS 13.
Prior to a February update, visiting specific sites on your iPhone could have sent your passwords, chat history and location data to unknown hackers.
"Apple will not be given Tariff wavers, or relief, for Mac Pro parts that are made in China," the president tweeted, from his Apple iPhone.
"We concluded that disabling the app was the right course of action as this bug could allow someone to listen through another customer's iPhone without consent," Apple said.
Google Maps has a new speed trap alert that drivers are finding pretty handy. Find out what the alert means, how to report speed traps you've found and more.
Apple previously admitted it slowed devices because older batteries were causing unexpected shutdowns.
The alleged fraud cost the tech giant some $900,000.
Sprint outages have been reported across the U.S.
Irina Rybnikova had been using a cable to charge her device.
"There is a very strong conviction on this side of the aisle that the algorithms are written with a bias against conservatives."
AMBER and weather alerts are sent to devices across the country and, starting Wednesday, "presidential alerts" will be sent to all smartphones in the U.S.
"Chargegate" is causing consternation among Apple users.
Users are reporting that their photos have a poor quality and look zoomed in.
The update will "make everyday tasks on iPhone and iPad faster and more responsive," Apple said.