Apple re-released its decade-old iOS 'Texas Hold'em' game
It redesigned the 'sick' poker game for the App Store's anniversary.
Apple reveals how often governments request App Store takedowns
The company received 80 app takedown requests for 770 applications in the second half of 2018.
Samsung's Bixby Marketplace launches in the US and South Korea
The company is still struggling to make people care about its assistant.
Apple limits tracking and ads in kid-focused apps
It's shoring up privacy protections for younger users.
'Sign in with Apple' protects your email and info from apps
Apple will randomly generate email addresses for different services.
Apple's watchOS 6 finally adds an app store
You can also expect more apps for audio, health and more.
Apple raises iOS cellular download limit to 200MB
It's still too modest for some apps.
Apple will reportedly limit third-party tracking in kids apps
The company could announce the change at WWDC.
Apple publicly makes its case for the App Store
The Supreme Court recently ruled against Apple, allowing customers to sue the company under antitrust laws.