NTT DoCoMo, the #1 wireless carrier in Japan, said on Friday that it would be willing to carry the iPhone if a mutually beneficial agreement can be reached between the two companies.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says China will become the company’s largest market, overtaking the U.S., as the Cupertino company adds more stores and considers debuting products in the country.
Market research firm IDC released preliminary PC shipment estimates on Thursday which showed an overall contraction of 4.5% year-over-year in the fourth quarter of 2012. Apple was also in the losers column, with a 0.2% negative growth rate.
Remember a few months ago when a Swiss artist sued Apple for using her image of an eye in the Retina Macbook Pro’s marketing? That case has now been settled is a court ordered dismissal from last Wednesday.
Apple CEO Tim Cook returned to China for talks with the head of the Ministry of Industry Miao Wei, after last visiting in March 2012.
In a fascinating interview given on 60 minutes, designer David Kelley discussed Steve Jobs and revealed some anecdotes from his friendship with the co-founder and former CEO of Apple.
Add this to the pile of rumors about Apple’s reported plans to add high-speed 802.11ac wireless networking to its lineup later this year. Apple has posted a job listing for a System Test Engineer with 802.11ac network expertise.
What a year it’s been for the App Store. The figures released today by Apple are quite astonishing. Over 40 billion apps have now been downloaded, and 20 billion of those were in 2012.
Alaska Dispatch reports that over $635,000 worth of fake Lightning cables and accessories, which had arrived via plane from China, were seized in Anchorage.
During an interview with Charlie Rose on Wednesday, Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs told how Apple turned down an offer from Qualcomm to include the company’s radio technology in the Newton PDA back in the ’90s.
BTIG analyst Richard Greenfield is predicting that Apple will debut its long-awaited Pandora competitor service at some point in 2013.
NPD Group’s Weekly Tracking Service reported today that Apple’s MacBook sales for the period of November 18th through December 20th of 2012 were lower than the same period in 2011.
Earlier this week we told you about the rumor that Apple might acquire Waze, the crowd-sources traffic and navigation service. Then the very next day, that rumor was shot to pieces. Now The Next Web is reporting that Apple did indeed make an offer, to which the Israeli startup said “thanks for the offer, but no thanks.”
A new survey of U.S. mobile subscribers has been released, and it shows that Apple’s iPhone continues to grab a bigger share of the market, up 1.4 percentage points to 18.5%.
A report out of China is claiming that Apple is considering a new display technology for its next iPhone. The new display dubbed “touch-on” would address issues said to exist in the current “in-cell” technology found in the iPhone 5.
Yesterday we ran a story referencing TechCrunch as reporting that Apple was interested in purchasing Waze, the crowd-sourced traffic information and navigation service. Now TechCrunch says there is no deal in sight.