Join us once again for the continuing story of “As The iPhone Turns” as AllThingsD reveals the story behind the return of Bob Mansfield, Apple’s former senior vice president of Hardware Engineering.
Hurricane Sandy destroyed lives, houses and even entire towns when it hit the East Coast of the US over the past week. So to help with the relief effort, Apple has opened up Red Cross donations via the US App Store to help those affected.
Apple has been ordered by the U.K. Court of Appeal in London to revise a statement on its website about its lawsuit with Samsung Electronics. The judges say the statement is “untrue” and “incorrect.”
In keeping with their tradition regarding new Apple products, the folks at iFixit have gotten their hands on a new iPad mini, and are doing what they do best – ripping it to pieces!
Apple has begun sending out shipping notices for the first round of iPad mini and 4th-gen iPad customers this morning – a sure sign that Friday will be a pretty exciting day for some of us. And an extraordinarily busy day for FedEx and UPS!
Entrepreneur and media mogul Mark Cuban doesn’t see an actual Apple television ever hitting the market. But the founder of HDNet does think the company will be major a player in the set-top box field.
Realmac has announced Clear for Mac, the desktop version of its popular Clear for iPhone, which launched last February, and has become one of the best selling to-do list apps in the iOS App Store.
Apple filed its 2012 annual report today with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and the document gives us some nice insights into the Cupertino based company.
Since the arrival of the iPhone five years ago, there have been quite a few “movies” shot on the iPhone. This one however, pulls it off incredibly well. The Nails was shot for the the 2011 Disposable Film Festival, a film festival dedicated to short films shot on smartphones and other pocketable cameras.
The first reviews are already in for the 4th-gen iPad – here’s what reviewers had to say!
Following Apple’s release of the OS X 10.8.2 update about six weeks ago, Apple now appears to be preparing the next update for early testing.
Apple has told a Wisconsin court that it is willing to pay Google’s Motorola Mobility division to license standard-essential wireless patents, but it will only pay up to $1 per iPhone sold.
Were you one of the lucky folks who got your preorder in for an iPad mini last Friday? If so, even if you haven’t received a shipping confirmation from Apple, it still might be on its way! Here’s how to check.
Apple faces a number of hurdles have to be cleared before it can sell the iPhone 5 in China, but one of those has been conquered today, and Chinese users should be able to buy the device soon.
Sales of Google’s Nexus 7 tablet (made by Asustek), have been steadily increasing since it’s release, and sales are approaching the 1 million units per month mark.
After criticism from sources in China, Apple has now removed prostitution services from Siri results in China, even though escort services can still be found in the US.