Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities, he of the strong track record of correctly predicting Apple’s future product plans, says Apple’s much-rumored “iPhone 5C” is on track for better production numbers than it’s higher-price sibling, the “iPHone 5S.”
A new study shows Apple wins three times as many smartphone customers away from Samsung as Samsung does from Apple.
Well connected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities said on Monday that Apple’s fall phone lineup will include the “iPhone 5S,” a plastic “iPhone 5C,” and the iPhone 4S. What? No iPhone 5?
Apple has begun teasing their upcoming new Mac Pro via a “trailer” being shown in movie theaters across the United States. The teaser video was first shown at Apple’s WWDC at the initial debut of the sleek, black computer.
A group of consumers filed a lawsuit against Apple back in 2011, charging the company’s App Store is a monopoly, since it is the only software marketplace available for the iPhone. Bloomberg reports that suit has now been dismissed by the overseeing U.S. District Judge.
Former TechCrunch writer and Google Ventures partner MG Siegler said back in February that he was hearing “chatter” about Apple making a significant push in television by the fall of 2013. He says now that it could be “as soon as this November”.
Apple may be preparing for an increased focus on the Chinese market, as the company has posted more than 200 job openings on LinkedIn. The job postings, mostly for senior positions, were added in the past three weeks, many of them in the last few days.
Well-connected KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has offered his predictions for Apple’s upcoming “iPhone 5S,” and he sees a 128GB storage options, a faster processor, and yes, for all you bling fans – a gold color option.
Apple seeded the sixth beta of iOS 7 to developers this evening, just 9 days following iOS 7 Beta 5. The updated is available now via OTA update on devices running the first beta (through Settings, General, Software Update), as well as through Apple’s Developer Center.
Reuters reports that China Mobile’s chairman Xi Guohua is positive about recent negotiations with Apple, as Mr Xi told Reuters that “both sides sounded keen” during recent talks aimed at the carrier finally offering the iPhone makers popular handsets.
U.S. District Court Judge Denise Cote, who is presiding over the Department of Justice’s antitrust case against Apple’s e-book pricing policies, issued an order on Tuesday for all involved parties to be ready for a damages trial, tentatively scheduled for May 2014.
As a part of its new education initiative, Apple has updated the App Review Guidelines, adding new sections and rules specifically targeting child safety.
Wednesday saw the release of another report focusing on the U.S. streaming video device market, and it says more U.S. households use a Roku vs. Apple TV or other set-top boxes.
If you’re an Apple shareholder, you might want to buy yourself something nice on Thursday to celebrate the extra money in your bank account, courtesy of Apple. The Cupertino device maker will pay out a total of $2.77 billion in quarterly dividends.
Apple has just given their iCloud beta site a pretty dramatic makeover – and they took a leaf out of the iOS 7 design book to do it! As first noted by 9to5Mac, the beta.icloud.com site, available to all registered Apple developers and many consumers who have been invited to participate, has been completely redesigned with a flatter, smoother iOS 7-inspired look.
Apple’ website has done an excellent job reflecting what’s up at Apple. I used the Wayback Machine to see what Apple.com looked like ten years ago, and this is what I found.