Misleading warnings for iPhone feature
When you update your iPhone software, the Apple "Namedrop" feature is automatically turned on. Police departments across the country have issued warnings about this new feature. Cyber security analysts say these warnings are misleading.
Apple unveils "scary fast" M3 microchips
Apple is launching its latest processors and new chips in a pre-halloween event in which they showed off their new M3 chip "scary fast" capabilities.
Apple to revamp Apple TV to up user friendliness
Apple is revamping its TV app to make it more user friendly. It has also raised prices for TV+, Arcade and News+.
Microsoft tried to sell Bing to Apple in 2020
Microsoft Corp. discussed selling its Bing search engine to Apple Inc. around 2020, a deal that would have replaced Google as the default option on the iPhone maker's devices, according to people with knowledge of the matter. The Justice...
Apple workers in France stage strike
Workers at Apple stores in France began a nationwide strike over pay and working conditions on Friday in a protest designed to coincide with the launch of the iPhone 15.
iPhone12 fails EU radiation testing
Apple defended its iPhone 12 model after a French watchdog ordered a halt to its sales citing breaches of European Union radiation exposure limits. France's national frequency agency said it would send agents to Apple stores and other di...
China cites security problems with iPhone
Chinese officials pointed to "security incidents" with iPhones in the government's first comments on the topic following reports that authorities are looking to restrict the use of Apple Inc. products in sensitive departments and state-o...
Apple reveals iPhone15, new charging port
Apple is changing its cell phone charging ports to comply with regulations in the European Union. The newly launched iPhone15 will use a USB-C port, like most of its competitors — and other Apple devices.
China seeks to ban iPhones from government agencies
China plans to broaden a ban on the use of iPhones in sensitive departments to state companies and government-backed agencies. Tom Mackenzie reports on Bloomberg Television.
Apple races to build generative AI
Apple is quietly working on artificial intelligence tools that could challenge those of OpenAI, Alphabet's Google and others. Mark Gurman reports on "Bloomberg Markets."
'Ducking hell': Apple uses AI to fix autocorrect
Apple has said it will no longer automatically change one of the most common swear words to 'ducking'. The autocorrect feature, which has long frustrated users, will soon be able to use AI to detect when you really mean to use that exple...
Apple’s new VR headset rave reviews, but is it worth it?
Apple has unveiled its new virtual reality headset, the Vision Pro. Launching in 2024, it will be Apple’s first major new product since the Apple Watch back in 2015. The headset lets users blend augmented reality with everyday life, but ...
Apple unveils virtual reality headset
Apple has lifted the lid on the worst kept secret in Silicon Valley and revealed the Vision Pro, its first new product in eight years. The headset allows users to interact with '“apps and experiences' and is able to detect when people ar...
Apple shares hit all-time high
Apple Inc. set a fresh all-time high on Monday ahead of its most significant product launch event in nearly a decade, after benefiting from a broader rotation back into technology stocks.
Robots, metaverse headline Mobile World Congress
The Mobile World Congress — one of the planet's top tech shows — has kicked off in Barcelona. The world's biggest wireless companies show off their latest designs at the annual event.
Twitter to charge Apple users higher subscription
Twitter is set to relaunch a revamped version of Twitter Blue, and it will be at a higher price for Apple users. The service will allow subscribers to edit tweets, upload videos at 1080p and get the blue checkmark post-verification. Twit...
Musk meets with Apple CEO to clear the air
Twitter owner Elon Musk says he went to Apple’s headquarters and met with Apple CEO Tim Cook in his latest tweets. The meeting marks a significant de-escalation days after Musk went on a tweet storm accusing Apple of threatening to pull ...
Twitter needs to stay on Apple's 'good side'
Phillip Shoemaker, one of the founders of Apple's App Store who worked side by side with Steve Jobs says staying on Apple's good side is "life and death" for Twitter's business.
Apple in talks to buy Manchester United
Apple could be the next owner of English football giant Manchester United. Reports suggest the American tech giant is considering a billion-dollar bid to take over the club. It was confirmed earlier this week that the American Glazer fa...
Apple workers clash over COVID curbs
Video shows violent clashes at the world's largest iPhone factory as workers confront Government authorities in hazmat suits outside the plant. The rare scenes of open dissent mark an escalation of unrest at the massive factory which has...
Apple responds to inflation, increases salaries
Apple Inc. is hiking worker salaries in the US by 10% amid a tight labor market and is also planning to keep iPhone production roughly flat in 2022. Alex Webb has more on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."
Sanctions send Russia's economy into meltdown
International sanctions levied against Russia for its invasion of Ukraine have wreaked havoc on the federation's business owners, stock market and overall national economy.
iPhones pulled from sale across Russia
Apple halted product sales in Russia following the country's invasion of Ukraine, saying the company stands "with all of the people who are suffering as a result of the violence." Bloomberg's Mark Gurman reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Th...