The technology company founded by Steve Jobs has produced some of the most influential devices of all time. Headquartered in Cupertino, California, Apple is responsible for the iPhone, iPad, Mac computers, as well as the iPod personal music device and iTunes music platform.

Netflix blocks Apple users from subscribing via iTunes
Audra Schroeder
Netflix found a way around the 'Apple tax.'
Google and Amazon are still hosting a gay conversion app that Apple just deleted
Samira Sadeque
Following a petition by Truth Wins Out, Apple deleted the app by Living Hope Ministries that 'discipline[s] young adults.'
How this Touch ID scam can cost iPhone users hundreds of dollars
Ben Dickson
These iPhone Touch ID scams are one to watch for.
iPhone X customers are suing Apple over screen size
Samira Sadeque
It's not all screen, the lawsuit alleges.
Samsung caught tweeting with an iPhone
Julie Ann Nealega
On Twitter, a major brand blunder.
Facebook reportedly hired PR firm to write critical articles about Apple, Google
Sunny Kim
A new report reveals Facebook's internal struggles.
Apple’s controversial ‘throttling’ feature comes to iPhone 8, iPhone X
Mikael Thalen
Last year's iPhones will get the performance management feature.
New Apple security chip is designed to keep hackers from turning on your mic
Mikael Thalen
The mic will now physically disconnect once the laptop's lid is closed.
MacBook Air, Mac Mini use 100 percent recycled aluminum
Mikael Thalen
Tech giant reveals 'greenest Mac ever.'
Twitter is going broke over the new iPad Pro and MacBook Air
Ana Valens
Apple announced new gadgets, and the memes are rolling in.
Children are being targeted by manipulative ads on their apps
Nahila Bonfiglio
New study finds alarming trends—even in ‘educational’ apps.
You can now legally hack your iPhone
Nahila Bonfiglio
We are one step closer to having full control over our devices.
Apple CEO Tim Cook warns against the weaponization of data in speech
Mikael Thalen
Apple is taking a stronger stance than its competitors.
Apple just made all your data available to download
Mikael Thalen
Apple is making your data available if you live in the U.S.
Apple fixed the bagel emoji, and New Yorkers are satisfied
Ana Valens
Say goodbye to the old, flat, stale design.
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