Today, long time T-Mobile users can rejoice, because their exile in the iPhone-less wilderness is finally coming to an end, and some potentially exciting no contract, no subsidy plans are getting thrown into the mix as well.
Although the iPhone 5 was released just over two months ago, purported images of an iPhone 5S have now been revealed. To add credence to the leak, reports have suggested that the new model may even be scheduled for a launch in early 2013.
Recently, people have spotted some "Assembled in the USA" labels on Macs, sparking rumors that Apple might have some secret factory in the U.S. outside of its Asia-based Foxconn plants. In a new interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook reveals that the company does in fact have new domestic manufacturing plans.
As Internet-only news sites continue to navigate the ever changing landscape of digital content, old-school players transitioning from paper have been experimenting with new models. Now the most recent high profile experiment, a tablet-only news project from the publishers of the Wall Street Journal, supported by Apple, has come to an end.
If you're one of the thousands of New Yorkers who have found nada searching for a store-stocked iPad mini, only to be met with disappointing claims of "sold out" or promises that it's "on the way," consumer demand might not be the reason for the shortage: Apple recently suffered a major iPad-jacking at JFK airport.
What's the most you would consider paying for a watch? Currently, I've got a $50 Timex with sweet brown leather band, and I'm not complaining. I'd maybe go to $75 if the thing had a mini-sundial on it. Well, how's $21 million grab you? Because that's what Apple paid.
In a press statement released late yesterday, Apple and HTC announced the settlement of all their ongoing patent disputes. Additionally, the two companies will enter into a ten-year licensing deal.
In the run-up to the release of the iPad mini, there was a lot of hand wringing from Apple loyalists after early reviews tagged the device as a somewhat overpriced competitor to similar tablets, offering a lower resolution screen and few new options. But the weekend tally is in, and despite some reviewer misgivings, the iPad mini is officially a hit.
After the iPhone 5 was released, Samsung's Galaxy S III saw a rise in sales, suggesting that people were waiting to compare the two new smartphones (and many chose the Galaxy). Well, now numbers have been released that show Apple has lost brand loyalty for the first time since the original iPhone's release.
Monday, Apple experienced its biggest corporate shakeup since the late Steve Jobs first handed the reigns over to Tim Cook. Most notably, Scott Forstall, the man some blame for the Maps debacle, is out. But another appointment, Jonathan Ive as the new director of Human Interface, could mean the end of Apple's addiction to skeuomorphic software interfaces.