Epic Games has been vocal about the exorbitant lock-in cost imposed by Apple and Google, and is ready to throw down.
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A new rumor says Apple will offer a new fitness-based subscription bundle that offers virtual classes on iPhones and iPads.
Fixes for bugs with virtualization apps.
A just minor bugfix release that everyone should go ahead and download.
A new beta site for Apple Music updates the web app to follow the changes coming to iOS 14 and macOS Big Sur.
Try out the new features for the Apple Watch.
The best content from Macworld wrapped up in our digital magazine.
After more than 30 years at Apple, Phil Schiller is transitioning his role from senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing to Apple Fellow.
Apple has announced a “major update” to the 27-inch iMac, bringing faster processor, better graphics, and Pro XDR display options.
Apple has rolled out a new gift card that works in-store and online, but it could mean the end of iTunes discounts.
Apple posted a massive $59.7 billion in revenue for its third quarter as the ill effects of Covid-19 are nowhere to be seen.
That’s 18 for Apple TV+ and one for Apple Music. Winners will be announced on September 20.
While not the most prestigious categories, it makes Apple TV+ the first streaming service to get a Daytime Emmy in its first year of eligibility.
Apple has unveiled an ambitious plan to make its entire business carbon neutral by 2030.
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