The desktop computer is aimed at Apple-using creative professionals, and the top-spec machine costs £12,279
Price tag would be less than half the $1bn music identifying app was last valued at when it tapped investors in 2015
Apple working on emergency fix for flaw that allows access by using username ‘root’, which bypasses security settings locally and in some cases remotely
With its build quality, excellent keyboard and improved longevity, this is one of the nicest computers you can buy – but it will cost you
The company’s most important smartphone in years does not disappoint, with Face ID and an all-screen design that spells the end of the home button
Glitch in predictive text system making messages illegible for some iPhone, iPad and Mac users, while Apple Watch bug crashes when asking for the weather
Tests conclude that iPhone X screen, Face ID and glass back are vulnerable to damage if dropped, but display is ranked by experts as best ever on a smartphone
Demand for new flagship iPhone causes month-long shipping delays, contrasting with muted iPhone 8 sales and reportedly causing Apple concern about supply
Channel 4’s Jay Hunt who poached Bake Off from BBC and commissioned hit shows like Sherlock appointed creative chief of European video operations
Apple’s chunky phablet stands out like a sore thumb against its ever-more sleek rivals, and not even its decent camera and battery life can save it
Apple might have phoned in the design again, but an improved power supply, wireless charging and a cracking camera save it. But is it worth £700?
Facial recognition system is 20 times more secure than Touch ID, but struggles with young users and siblings
Apple’s ‘most durable glass ever in a smartphone’ claim likely to be put to the test with first iPhone 8 accidents, but repairs won’t be cheap, reports say
New version of Apple’s smartphone and tablet software includes customisation and multitasking additions, and will be available for download today
New iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra will stop ads following Safari users, prompting open letter claiming Apple is destroying internet’s economic model
Don’t be suckered in: navigating the multitude offers reveals buying an iPhone 8 outright and signing up to a cheap sim-only deal is the most cost-effective option
Yet HMRC’s rules are clear: you must pay VAT on your £390-plus US purchases when you fly home, which makes those big savings a lot less appealing
Apple’s iPhone 8 and iPhone X come with wireless charging, so there’s no need to reach for a cable any more. How does it work, what supports it and is it any faster?
The two biggest players in smartphone software are pitching to win the war for AR. But will Ikea and Pokémon Go be enough to get consumers on board?
Flagship Android smartphone has dual cameras, spatial audio and aluminium body, but will be relying on brand nostalgia to stand out against rivals