Privacy watchdogs are demanding answers from Apple about why iPhones and iPads are collecting location data about their users.
After customers complained that their kids were racking up hundreds of dollars worth of purchases inside iPhone and iPad games, Apple has changed how these purchases are authorized.
The new iPad model hitting stores Friday comes with several improvements over the original version but the same price tag, hobbling efforts by rivals at breaking Apple Inc.’s hold on the emerging market for tablet computers.
Apple Inc. will be offering $100 refund to customers who bought the original iPad in the past two weeks.
The service provider is now offering customers the option of monthly bills or add the data charge to their phone bills.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs briefly emerged from his medical leave and walked on stage to standing ovation Wednesday to unveil the second-generation of the popular iPad, which will go on sale March 11 in the U.S.
Apple is expected to update its iPad by unveiling a new version of the tablet March 2.
Apple is saying that if publishers want to sell digital newspapers and magazines for the iPhone and iPad, they must give customers the option of paying through its iTunes store.
Mater Dei High School is taking a new approach to learning. During the upcoming 2011-2012 school year, the school will hand out the Apple iPad to all their students and teachers.
f the past is any indication, Tim Cook’s mastery of inventory management and his high expectations of employees should leave Apple Inc. in good hands while its charismatic leader, Steve Jobs, takes a medical leave of absence.
A Los Angeles County man is suing Apple for allowing iPhone and iPad applications to transmit users’ personal information to advertising networks without customers’ consent.
The publisher of the popular “The Smurfs’ Village” game for the iPhone and iPad has added a warning that virtual items such as “Smurfberries” cost real money — as much as $100 with just two taps on the screen.
Parents are being shocked by big iTunes bills, racked up by their kids in games such as “The Smurfs’ Village” and “Bakery Story” on the iPhone and other Apple devices.
That doctor’s pad may soon be a thing of the past.
Apple says new software available Monday will allow owners of the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad to print wirelessly over Wi-Fi networks.