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New Apple iOS 10.2 Update Introduces Female Emojis of Different Professions

Apple's latest iPhone update comes with a host of pleasant surprises, including the long-awaited bacon and avocado emoji. But, what's even better than delicious culinary emojis? The introduction of female emojis of different professions. Read More »

Leaked Emails Reveal Disturbing Treatment of Women at Apple

Current and former Apple employees have shared over 50 pages of emails with "Mic" in which women describe sexism they've experienced at the Read More »

Good News: Apple Says It Has Closed Its Gender Wage Gap in the U.S.

In a new report, Apple has announced it has closed the gender wage gap among its U.S. employees — and pledges to close any remaining gaps worldwide as soon as possible. Read More »

This 22-Year-Old Blind Engineer Is Revolutionizing Apple in the Best Way

This trailblazing 22-year-old Apple engineer is making major improvements in making the tech giant more accessible for the blind and low-vision community. Read More »

Get Ready for Apple's New Women Focused Features

We might be one step closer to getting Apple's Eve. During this year's Apple World Wide Developer's Conference (WWDC), two exciting features were announced that tailor to the needs of many women. Read More »

Apple Hires More Women, But Men Continue to Dominate

Apple is breaking the glass ceiling – slowly. According to the company's latest diversity report, the company has made strides to close its gender gap. Read More »

Apple Finally Puts Women Onstage

History was made Monday at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference when women took the stage for the first time during a keynote presentation, Bloomberg reports. Read More »

MAKERS Emojis: "Femojis"

Apple recently updated its iPhone emoji alphabet to include a wider variety of skin tones in an effort to promote diversity. Read More »

Angela Ahrendts is the Highest-Paid Woman in the US

After being named vice president of Apple’s retail and online stores, Angela Ahrendts earned $82.4 million in 2014, making her the highest-paid woman in the U.S., Read More »

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