People Keep Walking Into Glass at Apple’s Headquarters

Apple likes to use a lot of glass, but employees are walking into glass walls as there are apparently no markings on them.

Turn Off iPhone Slowdown Feature With iOS 11.3 This Spring

Apple's iOS 11.3 update, arriving this spring, will give iPhone owners a full breakdown of their device's battery health, as well as new features for Messages and Health and four new Animoji.

Apple Is Hiring, and You Can Work From Home

The Cupertino tech giant is currently looking to hire a number of full- and part-time At Home Advisors who will provide technical support from the comfort of their own domicile.

Apple Discusses ‘Spectre’ and ‘Meltdown’ Fixes on iOS, MacOS

The Safari browser is also getting an update.

Clothing Company Named ‘Steve Jobs’ Can Keep Name After Apple Loses Legal Battle

The Italian company can continue to use the Apple founder's name and Apple's logo and plans to start offering electronic devices under the brand.

Apple’s Battery Apology Could Be Its Most Important Ever

It may be the most far-reaching apology Apple has had to make, and it could change the way the company does business.

Apple’s Board Says Tim Cook Has to Fly Private From Now on ‘in the Interests of Security and Efficiency’

Cook racked up $93,109 in personal travel costs for Apple in 2017, which counts as part of his compensation package.

MacOS High Sierra’s ‘Root’ Bug Makes Hacking it Easy

The bug appears to only affect High Sierra (MacOS 10.13.1), and Apple is working on a fix.

Everything We Know About the iPhone X

And what the most expensive smartphone on the market illuminates about Apple's willingness to take risks.

iPhone X Is Apple’s Most Breakable iPhone to Date

According to SquareTrade, which sells smartphone protection plans, do your best not to drop that shiny new device.