Dr. Carl Owens has been teaching his students how to harness the power of technology for 40 years, including more than half as an Apple Distinguished Educator (ADE).
Apple today announced “Fireball,” an original feature documentary directed by acclaimed...
Apple, creatives, and disability rights activists reflect on 30 years of the Americans with Disabilities Act
Since its founding, Apple has been a pioneer in democratizing powerful technology through products and services designed for everyone. From VoiceOver and Text to Speech to Voice Control, Switch Control, and even Siri, every product and service in the Apple ecosystem is designed with accessibility built in.
Already carbon neutral today for corporate emissions worldwide, the company plans to bring its entire carbon footprint to net zero 20 years sooner than IPCC targets
Expanded partnerships with Historically Black Colleges and Universities create community hubs for coding and creativity
Apple is introducing several new features for Apple News and Apple News+, including audio stories of some of the best feature stories from Apple News+, a daily audio news briefing hosted by Apple News editors, and curated local news collections beginning in five cities and regions and expanding to more areas in the future.
Apple allocates more than $400 million toward its $2.5 billion commitment to combat California’s housing crisis
Apple is allocating more than $400 million toward affordable housing projects and homeowner assistance programs in California this year, marking a major milestone in the company’s multiyear $2.5 billion commitment to combat the housing crisis in the state. The funding will support thousands of Californians with first-time homebuyer assistance or new affordable housing units.
National Civil Rights Museum and National Museum of African American History and Culture to receive proceeds from documentary film “John Lewis: Good Trouble”