CEO Tim Cook declares the company's new product "the biggest leap forward since the first iPhone."
The organization claims the CIA probably "infected" Apple's supply chain, intercepting shipments and uploading secret software to Apple devices.
A document obtained by The Intercept reveals the violation of Apple’s promise to protect its customers’ conversations from anyone but users and their friends.
The arrival of the iPhone 7 has brought unwanted attention to the company’s globalization, tax avoidance and exploitation of workers.
Revisions in smartphone technology could allow police and government forces to stop citizens from recording abuses of force.
The controversy over encryption has been one of the biggest public debates of the year so far, yet the Democratic presidential candidates have been largely silent on the subject.
"Please know that we will continue to do everything we can to help you consistent with our legal and policy constraints."
First a New York judge sided with Apple in its battle with the FBI over privacy. Then the technology company helped its case in Congress.
The FBI is pressuring the tech giant to create a "back door" to gain access to everything on the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino terrorists. Supposedly it would be a one-time-only thing. Don’t believe it.
A Truthdig exclusive from the soon-to-be-released documentary “Here Come the Videofreex" shows Hoffman discussing the trial in which he and seven other activists were accused of conspiracy and inciting riots during the anti-Vietnam and countercultural protests at the 1968 Democratic National Convention.A Truthdig exclusive from the soon-to-be-released documentary “Here Come the Videofreex" shows Hoffman discussing the trial in which he and seven other activists were accused of conspiracy and inciting riots at the 1968 Democratic National Convention.