Apple shares have slumped after its revenue forecast for the last quarter of this year came in lower than expected.Read the full story ›
Despite experiencing some issues with its App Store, Apple Music, iTunes Store, Apple service are all now back up and running.Read the full story ›
Disgruntled Apple customers took to Twitter after finding problems with the new contactless Apple Pay service within hours of it launching in the UK.
Many complained that not all banks supported the new feature or could not get their cards to register.
Hmm so #applepay is apparently live in the UK but none of my cards can be registered on my phone (tried both HSBC and Co-op)
But others apparently had no problem using the payment method.
After a brief row earlier this week, Swift has relented and allowed Apple Music to host her albums.Read the full story ›
Apple has agreed to pay royalties to artists after singer Taylor Swift threatened to boycott its new streaming service.Read the full story ›
Apple has belatedly waded into the crowded music streaming market with a new app - Apple Music.Read the full story ›
The technology company said the batteries in the device can overheat and as a precaution it announced a voluntary recall of the product.Read the full story ›
A glitch in how the operating system displays non-Latin text means a specific set of characters can cause the phone to reboot.Read the full story ›
Briton Sir Jonathan Ive has inched a step closer to the top job at Apple, after being promoted to chief design officer at the tech giant.
The man behind the iconic designs of the iPod, iPhone and iPad revealed his new position in an interview with Stephen Fry in the Daily Telegraph.
The designer, from Chingford in north-east London, has led Apple's design team since the mid-1990s and, alongside former chief executive Steve Jobs, helped bring the firm back from the brink of financial ruin.
Sir Jonathan was made a Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire (KBE) in 2012 for services to design and enterprise.
Early adopters of the just-released Apple Watch have reported that underside sensors don't recognise tattoos as skinRead the full story ›