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Apple has confirmed a pair of new devices in its iPad tablet line ahead of a product unveiling planned for later this week.
A mobile port of 1987 JRPG release Dragon Quest II is available now on iOS and Android platforms.
U2 frontman Bono has apologised for the band’s deal with Apple to send its latest album straight it iTunes users’ devices, whether they wanted it or not.
The Prime Minister of Finland has accused Apple of taking down two of the country’s largest economic lynchpins.
The fifth largest PC manufacturer in the world isn’t even strictly a PC manufacturer.
Interbrand’s Best Global Brands ranking has once again named Apple as the world’s most valuable brand.
The latest iteration of Apple’s iPad will likely be announced next week following confirmation of a media event.
The ratio of iPhone 6 Plus to iPhone 6 manufacturing has been shifted in favour of the former, a report claims.
Ubisoft has, without much in the way of warning, sneaked Assassin’s Creed: Identity onto the Apple App Store.
It may not strictly be the big Nintendo smartphone foray that some depicted, but The Pokémon Trading Card Game has at last arrived on iOS.
Apple’s latest handset has been approved for sale in China, after government concerns that the iPhone would allow US agencies to track user data were quashed.
A new EU report has stated that tax deals struck between Apple and Ireland are illegal.
Mobile eSports platform Skillz has raised $6m in its latest round of fundraising, money the company will use to help drive a user acquisition initiative for its partners.
Apple has released a new iPhone firmware update that addresses the bugs introduced in its first revision.
Incidents of iPhone 6 Plus handsets being bent in normal use are “extremely rare”, Apple has said.
Apple has pulled its latest iOS 8.0.1 update after the software broke two key iPhone features.
The controversy surrounding Apple’s allegedly bendy iPhone 6 Plus is unfounded due to the design of modern smartphones.
The price disparity between Apple’s new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus is not representative of the extra costs incurred in its manufacture.
It isn’t an Apple launch without some sort of alleged hardware fault storm.
SquareTrade has subjected Apple’s new iPhone 6 to a range of stress tests and found that the device is Apple’s sturdiest ever handset.
Apple has revealed that it sold over 10m iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus handsets in their first three days of availability.
Apple is not in the business of storing – or supplying – data about its customers, boss Tim Cook has said.
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have already broken Apple records.
The boss of EA mobile has stated that the tech offered by iPhone 6 is ‘on par’ with that seen in PS4 and Xbox One.
One report claims there’s a reason why Apple chose to omit any details about the Apple Watch’s battery life at its reveal on Tuesday.