Apple Talk (general)
Developers who are attending this year's WWDC event in person can now book themselves onto three different tours, while Apple has also shared more information about the day's schedule.
Drivers in Maryland can now take advantage of an iPhone feature that allows them to put their license into the Wallet app. That same feature is also available via the Apple Watch, too.
Apple has begun to email winners of its WWDC22 Swift Student Challenge, with some taking to Twitter to share the news of their success.
Apple is reportedly communicating with its supply chain partners that it is looking to diversify its manufacturing efforts outside of China.
Apple is reportedly ready to announce a new Pride Apple Watch band with a launch coming either this week or next.
Apple has today announced its plan to expand its Today at Apple Creative Studios to a ton of new cities around the world while also confirming a second year at others.
A new FCC filing for an unannounced Apple "Network Adapter" has been spotted, but it isn't yet clear what it actually is.
Apple is expected to bring a new front-facing camera partner on board for an upgraded part that will cost three times as much as the iPhone 13's camera.
With Apple keeping its iOS 16 plans close to its chest, we already know that we'll be very happy indeed if it turns out to be anything like this new concept.
AirTags can be used to track anything, even skis, and one flier found out exactly why that's a good thing after their skiing trip took a nosedive.
A woman who says she dropped and lost her Apple Watch at the EPCOT Center has now filed a police report saying that she is on the hook for $40,000 in fraudulent credit card charges as a result.
Apple is set to announce a new HomePod either later in 2022 or in the early part of 2023, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Apple's mixed reality headset is reportedly edging nearer to a release after the company showed its next big thing off to members of its board.
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