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EU agrees all phones and tablets must have a common charger by 2024
Apple will have to change the connector on iPhones sold in Europe by 2024.
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The US tech giant is considering moving some production elsewhere after it warned China’s strict lockdowns were hurting its supplies and could send sales tanking.
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A new study by German researchers has revealed that iPhones can be infected with malware, even when they’re switched off.
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Apple Pay: EU accuses Apple of abusing dominant position
The European Commission says it believes Apple is preventing rivals from accessing the technology behind its mobile payment system Apple Pay.
Ukrainian man tracks 'looted' AirPods to follow Russian troops
"Thanks to technology, I know where my AirPods are now. It was looted by Russian Orcs from my home," said Vitaliy Semenets.
Europe moves one step closer to a worldwide phone and laptop charger
Apple's iPhones are charged from a Lightning cable while Android-based devices are powered using USB-C connectors.
Apple supplier Foxconn shuts factories in China amid COVID lockdown
Foxconn, the biggest supplier to companies including Apple and Samsung, is halting production at its plants in Schenzen as the Chinese city enters a COVID lockdown. Other iPhone suppliers are also affected.
5G and a 'budget' iPhone SE: Apple releases its latest products
Apple has released a cheaper iPhone SE model which is also getting a 5G update, but supply chain issues will be reflected in the price.
Apple stops selling physical products in Russia
The company said it was "deeply concerned" about the Russian invasion of Ukraine, but Ukraine's government called on it to go further and block the App Store too.
Ukraine’s tech scene is a 'pillar of resistance,' says industry boss
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is putting the country’s tech progress at risk and the country needs international help, the Director of TechUkraine told Euronews Next.
Hostage-taker dies of injuries after standoff at Amsterdam Apple Store
The gunman had demanded a ransom of €200 million in cryptocurrencies before he was hit by a police vehicle and arrested.
Can streaming platforms stand up to LGBT censorship by tough regimes?
The annual report shows the growing role of streaming giants like Netflix and Amazon in the media landscape but are their progressive agendas enough?
Apple handed fourth fine by Dutch watchdog over App Store dispute
The tech giant is facing weekly fines until it allows Dutch software application makers to use non-Apple payment methods on dating apps.
Facebook lost daily users for the first time ever. Here's why
Newly-renamed Meta is investing heavily in its futuristic metaverse project, but for now, relies on advertising revenue for nearly all its income.
Apple requires staff to show COVID booster proof amid Omicron surge
Starting January 24, unvaccinated employees or those who haven't submitted proof of vaccination will need negative COVID tests to enter workplaces.
Wordle clones taken off App Store after online backlash
The online word game Wordle has become a sensation in the last couple of weeks and copycat apps have been trying to take advantage.
Is Apple really worth $3 trillion and what's its secret?
Investors bet the iPhone maker will keep launching best-selling products as it explores new markets such as automated cars and virtual reality.
Prince William reveals why Tina Turner reminds him of his mother Diana
Speaking to Apple in a mental health podcast, the Prince explored a selection of music memories about family members past and present.
Tech Christmas gift guide 2021: What to get your loved ones this year
What to buy for music lovers, fitness fanatics, video gamers and remote workers? Here are some ideas.
Apple sues Israeli firm NSO Group to stop spyware use on iPhones
Tech giant Apple announced on Tuesday that they would sue NSO Group, an Israeli firm known for its spyware that can hack phones.
Apple bows to pressure and allows self-repairs to iPhones and MacBooks
"New phones are expensive, and people who buy them should be able to repair them," senior policy analyst Maureen Mahoney said.
Apple once threatened Facebook ban over Mideast maid abuse
After publicly promising to crack down, Facebook acknowledged in internal documents obtained by The Associated Press that it was "under-enforcing on confirmed abusive activity" that saw Filipina maids complaining on the social media site of being abused.
Broken records: UK streaming services face government heat
Streaming platforms in the UK such as Spotify and Apple Music could face tough times ahead as the government looks into investigating how they run.
Apple launches faster chips, MacBook Pros and Airpods
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Apple is expected to unveil new MacBooks with more powerful chips
The new chip, along with a general rise in laptop sales, prompted a boom in Mac sales during the COVID pandemic.