Apple has launched a special guide section for Apple News, featuring coverage of 20 Democratic candidates in the lead-up to the 2020 U.S. Elections. The section of the app curates content from a variety
Apple hopes to lure political junkies to its Apple News service with new at-a-glance candidate profiles of the 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls. These curated candidate guides will appear ahead of
Apple has announced that it has launched a guide to the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates just hours before the first debates by those hoping to dethrone Trump take place in Miami later tonight.
Apple News boots conservative outlet for 'advocat[ing] views overwhelmingly rejected by the scientific community'
Apple did not give a specific example that lead to this deplatforming While Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest have been getting all the headlines for deplatforming lately, Apple News proved last week that
I’ll start off by saying that I’m not complaining. I really like the revamped Safari in iPadOS 13. It is a smoother and more powerful browser that takes you were you want to go without the extra fuss requesting
Apple CEO Tim Cook believes that when it comes to big business, scrutiny is a good thing, but he has denied claims that Apple is a monopoly. In an extended interview with CBS News, Cook said that because
"We're on the user's side in privacy. We're on the user's side in trying to prevent fake news," Apple CEO Tim Cook told CBS News in a new interview. Cook was speaking to Apple's commitment to user privacy
R.I.P. iTunes and more power to the iPad: Here’s all the important news for publishers from Apple’s WWDC keynote
It’s getting a lot easier to build a Mac news app, the words spoken in all podcasts will soon be searchable, and Siri might soon read your news alerts straight into someone’s AirPods. Apple just finished
Apple made a lot of announcements during its Monday WWDC event, but one of the my favorite announcements was the reveal of dark mode coming to iOS 13 for iPhones. It's a personal preference thing. Some
Since being named CEO of Apple in 2011, Tim Cook has made it a point to ensure that Apple leaves its mark on the world in ways that stretch far beyond the company's business practices. Under his leadership,
Earlier this week, Apple CEO Tim Cook visited an Apple Store in Orlando, Florida to meet with 16-year-old Liam Rosenfeld, one of 350 scholarship winners who will be attending Apple's annual Worldwide Conference