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In the ongoing anti-competitive class action lawsuit, a former iTunes engineer has testified that Apple intended to block third-party music players and songs from accessing iTunes and iPods.
Apple's longest standing device was recently discontinued, and it has spurred consumers to pay ridiculous prices for unused iPods with high capacity drives.
The big trial related to Apple's alleged anti-competitive practices against its rivals in the music downloading industry may simply be dropped after the plaintiffs failed to qualify.
Apple is being sued over antitrust concerns, with the plaintiffs claiming Apple stifled competition by taking actions such as deleting competitors' songs from its devices without a user's knowledge.
Apple has released iOS 8.1, which is available to download now, and includes various features such as Instant Hotspot, Continuity improvements and support for the company's Apple Pay service.
Apple has released the next major update to iOS today, iOS 8, and if you want to get it on to your device today, we have the links and the process to update your device after the jump.
Apple has announced price cuts across its iPod touch range, with prices now starting from $199 for the 16GB model - which now also includes a rear camera - rising to $299 for the 64GB version.
Apple announced the latest version of iOS this week, and users can install a preview version right now. But not all iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches will support iOS 8 - find out which ones will here.
Apple CEO Tim Cook today shared some figures on its device sales and the state of the App Store, reporting sales of over 800m iOS devices, with 1.2m apps available and 75 billion app downloads.
Apple has now extended its 'take back' program to the UK, Canada, Australia and some parts of mainland Europe to swap counterfeit chargers with genuine Apple ones at reduced cost for a limited time.
Apple has announced it will launch a USB Power Adapter Takeback program starting on August 16th that will include a way to buy a new USB charger for the iPhone and iPad for $10.
Neowin takes a look at the AnyLoader, a charger intending to boost the battery life of your device, be it an iPhone or a tablet, through the power of the sun (or USB). How well does it stack up?
The iOS version of Skype has received a significant update, bumping its version number to 4.8. The update adds some video and audio enhancements, but more importantly it fixes the recent chat issues.
Apple have released a 16GB version of their wildly popular music player, the iPod Touch. The new device remains reasonably similar, but with notable omissions of the rear camera and "loop" hook.
Judge Lucy Koh has ordered a new trial for many of the products named in the legal fight between Samsung and Apple, which could reduce the $1 billion in damaged that Samsung was ordered to pay.
Developers received a handout of $8 billion, up from $6.5 billion three months ago which netted Apple around $3.5 billion in revenue and continues to show that iOS is a profitable platform for devs.
Apple has paid for the right to use the iconic Swiss railway clock in their latest version of iOS. The clock, one of the most famous Swiss designs of the twentieth century, dates back to 1944.
Apple CEO Tim Cook announced today at the iPad mini press conference that there have been 200 million hardware updates to the company's iOS 6 software since it launched just over a month ago.
Apple has their own spin on their line of products, and it's fair to say we know what to expect from them (most of the time). But what about a typical fan's take on the evolution of Apple?
Apple will today start rolling out iOS 6 to the world, and we have put together a guide for who can upgrade to it, when, the new (major) features and how you can get it.
New rumors claim that Apple will reveal updated Shuffle, Nano and Touch versions of its iPod media player family next week at the company's iPhone 5 press conference.
New pictures and video allegedly show redesigned Apple earbuds. The earbuds are now designed to direct sound in a more efficient manner and stay in a user's ear better.
Reported stock shortages of the current, 6th generation iPod Nano have sparked rumours that a refresh of the device will be announced at the Apple iPhone event on the 12th September.
Over the years, the folks at Cupertino have produced some awesome products. But what about the not so awesome products? This week's Trivia Tuesday takes a look at five forgotten Apple products.
According to three independent manufacturers that spoke with TechCrunch, Apple is planning to replace its current 30-pin cable ports with a smaller 19-pin version in the new iPhone.
Apple's senior VP for marketing, Phil Schiller, has deleted his Instagram account, citing the app's Android expansion as evidence that it has 'jumped the shark' and is no longer a 'small community'.
Apple has reported, via its fourth quarter 2011 financial results, that it has sold 37.04 million units of its iPhone smartphones and 15.4 million units of its iPad tablets during that period.
After a problem was discovered with the first-generation iPod Nano battery, Apple has decided to replace the devices free of charge. One Neowin user has alerted us to the iPod he has received.
While Apple may be an industry leader in several markets with products like the iPad and iPhone, there are some things that people think the company has invented but they actually haven't
Black Friday 2011 is the only time that Apple cuts prices on many of its products so today is the day to pounce if you want to save a little money on a new iPad, iPod, Mac or other products.
Apple has started offering replacement first-gen iPod nanos to those with faulty units. Some players shipped with a bad battery that caused it to overheat in rare cases.
A new rumor claims that Apple will launch all new redesigns of its product line up during 2012, including revamps of its iMac desktop, the Macbook Air notebook, the iPhone and the iPad.
10 years ago today, Apple launched the iPod and changed how the world listens to and obtains music. But after a decade of sales, it may soon be time for Apple to retire the iPod.
Apple announced it sold 17.07 million iPhone units along with 11.12 million iPad tablet in the third quarter of 2011. However, Apple missed its financial expectations for the first time in four years.
A judge in the US has ruled that Samsung has violated Apple's patents but that Apple must still show that its own patents are indeed valid under the law in the latest round in this legal fight.
New issues with iOS 5 installations are reported by Apple users across the globe, as "Error 3200"- indicating problems connecting to Apple servers to download the update- trends worldwide on Twitter.
Apple has released iTunes 10.5 for both Windows and Mac users. iTunes 10.5 is required for both iCloud access and to update your iOS devices to iOS 5 which is set for release sometime tomorrow.
Before he died on Wednesday, Apple founder Steve Jobs is rumored to have left a plan for new product releases that will stretch for the next four years
Apple announced today that it would launch new versions of its iPod Nano, iPod Shuffle and iPod Touch but the iPod Classic model stays the same.
With just one day to go before Apple's iPhone press conference we go over what we know and what's been speculated about what the company will reveal at its iPhone press conference,
A new rumor suggests that Apple could discontinue production of two of its iPod media player products; the Classic hard drive-based iPod and the small Shuffle version.
The Wall Street Journal's AllThingsD.com site reports that Apple has set October 4 as the date for its iPhone 5 press conference which will see new CEO Tim Cook introduce the new smartphone.
With the iPhone Explorer can you look into the file system of your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and down- and upload files by USB connection, regardless of whether file format. Within this function can
Steve Jobs' departure as Apple's CEO leaves behind a massive legacy that has changed not just the tech industry but the entire world in general.
Apple has slowly begun rolling out Twitter and Facebook integration for their online store, allowing shoppers to share links to products with their friends.
The Wall Street Journal's AllThingsD web site is sticking with its previous claim that Apple's iPhone 5 won't be launching until sometime in October, despite rumors of a September launch.
China is trying to force some retailers who are unauthorized to sell Apple products to, among other things, cover up its Apple logo. However it is having issues getting these retailers to comply.
The FBI has launched its first official iOS based app entitled “FBI Child ID”, allowing users to enter their missing child's details/photos quickly and allowing police to receive the information fast.
Several years after someone registered the iPod.com URL, Apple has now won the right to have the web site address be transferred to the company.