Apple reached a deal with French authorities to back-pay 500 million euros ($571 million) in taxes, reports said.
The Cupertino, California, company's French branch confirmed the tax agreement to Reuters on Tuesday, without revealing how much it would pay.
However, French magazine L'Express reported the sum and noted that the deal was made at the end of December.
Last May, Apple handed over the first billion in a ordered by the EU in 2016.
Neither Apple nor the French tax authorities immediately responded to requests for comment.