The "Error 53" issue is affecting newer iPhones that undergo third-party repairs in certain cases, according to reports.
The Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles just created an interactive iOS app for visitors and completed a $90 million renovation project.
In the past, Apple only accepted working, undamaged phones for trade-in on new iPhones. That policy is changing.
Updates for the Pebble Time smartphone application also add improvements to Pebble Health tracking and more.
The Miitomo gaming app is the first of five the company expects to release by the end of March in 2017, according to Nintendo.
A flush-mounted rear camera, the removal of rear antenna bands and other changes could be expected, according to reports.
Even with the 2015 release of the Apple Watch, spending in the fitness tracker segment of the U.S. wearables market increased last year compared with 2014 sales.
A patent application by Apple points to a method that lets a display screen read a user's intent when hovering a finger over the display.
The RIAA is now including streaming audio and video streams in determining Gold and Platinum album sales for musical artists.
Faced with flat iPhone sales, Apple is reportedly looking at expanding into virtual reality gear to bolster its product sales and revenue.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The previous plan by Apple to only upgrade its products once per year seems to be changing, and that's a good thing for everybody.
The new Apple hardware, including the 9.7-inch iPad Air 3 and a 4-inch iPhone 5se, is rumored to be announced at a March event, according to reports.
The mobile carrier also reported $4 billion in net income and 353,000 net postpaid customer additions, giving it 73.6 million total wireless customers.
Apple reported $75.9 billion in revenue in Q1 2016, but iPhone sales, at approximately 75 million units, were flat compared with a year ago.
Starting with short video clips, the music streaming company will gradually add more content to its fledgling offerings in more markets.