Apple will reveal its official numbers for the third fiscal quarter of 2015 on Tuesday, and ahead of the announcement comes a report from well-connected KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Kuo predicts strong numbers, with the exception of disappointing numbers for the iPad and Apple Watch.
While recent years would have seen Apple running their annual “Back to School” promotion in early July, the company has yet to announce the promotion.
While Android devices may boast a larger install base than iOS, a new report reveals the iPhone is the device of choice for podcast listeners by a huge margin, with 82% of podcast listening taking place on an iPhone.
Apple released another iPhone ad over the weekend. The latest in it’s “If it’s not an iPhone, it’s not an iPhone” campaign, the ad showcases the App Store.
Am I Blue? No, but this weekend’s wallpapers for your iPhone 6 Plus sure are! All of these fit into the “blue” theme. We have abstract, neon lines, and waves. A bit of a blue sampler, if you will.
A new Apple patent application demonstrates a method to monitor the status of your income, credit usage and balances, and then select product ads that Apple believes are in your price range.
iFixit, they of the electronic teardown fetish, have worked their magic on Apple’s new sixth-generation iPod touch. The teardown provides a closer look at the innards of the new device.
iPhone chipmaking partner Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. has revealed that it may soon take first place in the continuing race to make smaller and more efficient processors, as it says it is on-track to mass produce its first 10-nanometer FinFET processors by early 2017.
A press release by Apple on Friday confirms the company will offer a livestream of its fiscal year 2015 third quarter financial results conference call. As usual, the stream will be available via the Apple website. The call will take place…
Apple on Thursday debuted four new TV ads for their Apple Watch. The spots feature the device in such realistic scenarios as using its fitness, communications, and travel-based features.
Apple will have to deal with a class action lawsuit brought by Apple retail employees in California that alleges mandatory bag checks at the end of their shift caused them to remain at work for 10 to 15 unpaid minutes.
A new report says Apple’s chip manufacturing partners Samsung and TSMC have begun volume production of the A9 processor destined for use in the upcoming “iPhone 6s” handsets this fall.
Apple released the first beta of OS X 10.10.5 to public beta testers on Thursday. The public beta release comes just a few days after the same beta was seeded to developers for testing.
Apple on Wednesday released Mac mini EFI Firmware Update v1.8 for late-2012 Mac mini models, designed to fix an issue that could prevent USB keyboards from being recognized when the Mac wakes from sleep.
Customers of HSBC in the United Kingdom were surprised to find that they were unable to use Apple Pay to pay for goods and services, although the bank had been listed as a launch partner for the U.K. launch earlier this week.
Apple has refreshed its iPod lineup with new colors all around, and a new processor, a motion coprocessor, a better rear-facing camera, and a 128GB model for the iPod touch.