Apple is seeking slightly more than a billion dollars in damages, while Samsung wants a figure closer to $28 million.
Company's shares climb in after-hours trading due to on-year increase in net income and revenue
Tim Cook had private meeting with U.S. president to discuss White House trade policies
The "growing societal unease" over the intensive use of smartphones by children is "at some point is likely to impact even Apple", they warned.
Shazam, which identifies songs from short excerpts, likely to be rolled into Apple’s mobile device software
Company hits new milestone for publically traded US businesses and might soon be worth $1 trillion
iPhone-maker on track to be first $1 trillion company in US
Apple's newest device, set to go on sale November 3, is designed to be unlocked with a facial scan with a number of privacy safeguards -- as the data will only be stored on the phone and not in any databases.
The project, which was first announced more than two-and-a-half years ago, would be the biggest private investment in western Ireland.
Europe's competition chief Margrethe Vestager accused tiny Luxembourg of an illegal deal with internet shopping giant Amazon to pay less tax than other businesses.
Company reveals 3 new iPhones, including new flagship model with facial recognition software
Company says its focused on removing apps that could potentially send Iranian money into Apple’s accounts
The iPhone maker is the latest from Silicon Valley to face a conundrum in balancing their value for human rights and free expression against a government intent on controlling online content.
Release of first iPhone by Steve Jobs changed the world
Apple investing in high-tech manufacturing in the United States would come as rare common ground with US President Donald Trump, who hammered away at the theme during his campaign for office last year.
The firm's market capitalization climbed to $815.08 billion on Monday -- a first for any company in history
The survey released Thursday by Strategy Analytics showed Apple grabbed a 15.9 percent share of the wearables market in the first quarter.
Apple's quarterly report Tuesday showed its cash holdings -- the vast majority held overseas -- jumped to a sum that tops the entire economic output of Chile.
The proceedings, against Apple Pty Limited and its US-based parent Apple Inc, were brought on behalf of 275 consumers.
The US giant has not confirmed the move, but chief executive Tim Cook said this week the company intended to "invest significantly" in India, where a pick-up in the economy provides ample opportunity for growth.
The results showed strong demand for Apple's iPhone 7 models launched last years, even as profits dipped 2.6 percent to $17.9 billion.