Apple has released iOS 12.4.2 for iPhone and iPad models that are still running iOS 12 but not supported by iOS 13 as an over-the-air update.
Cloud provider Cloudflare officially announced the public availability of its security and speed-focused mobile VPN called WARP on Android and iOS.
Apple is reportedly working on improvements to Apple News+ after multiple publishers complained about underwhelming revenue generated from the app.
Senior Trump officials have discussed the possibility of passing new legislation that could make it illegal for companies to offer end-to-end encryption through their services.
Today, in an interview to French site Numerama, iTunes chief Eddy Cue has confirmed that Apple Music has reached 60 million paid subscribers.
Apple is now rolling out Apple Pay in Greece, Portugal, Romania, and Slovakia with financial backing from a number of large European banks including Monese and N26.
Microsoft To-Do app is now available as a native Mac app. Users who are running macOS 10.13 or higher can download the app via Apple's Mac App Store.
Skype has officially announced that it is rolling out Screen Sharing feature along with an improved and redesigned mobile calling experience for Android and iOS devices.
Apple announced watchOS 6 during WWDC 2019 conference and it will support all Apple Watch models, including Series 4, 3, 2 and 1.
U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that iPhone owners can forward with their class action lawsuit against Apple in an anti-competitive case involving the App Store.
Today, Apple has released iOS 12.3, watchOS 5.2.1, macOS 10.14.5 and tvOS 12.3 with the new TV app that was announced at the company's March event to everyone.
A recent leak shows images of Apple Card credit cards that some Apple employees are receiving as part of private beta.