Sales of Macs to U.S. businesses grew by 49.4% year-over-year in the September quarter. The Mac showed continued growth while PC sales continued to shrink.
Now, you know you’re going to want this… Ex-Apple engineer Addision Shelton is launching the Swiss Army knife of iPhone cases with his new Indiegogo product called “TaskOne.”
Bloomberg reported today that yet another government agency will be making the switch from BlackBerry to the iPhone 5. The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board will be making the switch.
A construction timetable Apple has submitted to the city of Cupertino says that the company may not be able to start work on their “Spaceship Campus” project until 2014, pushing back the expected completion date to 2016.
Following a great deal of controversy over AT&T’s decision to block anyone not on their new shared data plans from using FaceTime over Cellular, the carrier has now apparently silently extended the feature to all their users in a somewhat surprising move.
Earlier this year we told you about a bug in iOS that allowed stolen iPhones to continue receiving iMessages, even if you had deactivated the SIM and changed your password! Now, it seems that bug has finally been squashed.
We told you yesterday that iPhone 5 ship times were improving, and now comes word that supply of the coveted devices is also improving in the Apple retail stores. Just in time for the holidays! YAY!
Best Buy is offering 32GB and 64GB 3rd-generation Wi-Fi only iPads with Retina Display for $50 Off, and on top of that, they’ll throw in a free $75 Best Buy gift card with each purchase!
Tim Cook has ranked number one in CNBC’s list of the highest paid American CEOs. With an average compensation of a whopping $95 million over the past five years, the Apple chief has a comfortable lead over Larry Ellison, second and Ron Johnson, third.
Apple has just begun airing a pair of new iPhone 5 ads, just in time for the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday – and what better to start off the holiday ads than a commercial about turkey dinner!
Perhaps it’s all that magenta lipstick for Carly, or maybe her motorcycle maintenance bills are running higher than T-Mobile expected, but company COO Jim Alling told Morgan Stanley’s Technology, Media & Telecoms Conference this week that his company cannot currently afford to carry the iPhone.
Following a number of issues with Apple’s recent OS X 10.8.2 update, which left many Macs unable to update, Apple has now released a second supplemental update for OS X 10.8.2 to fix the issue and allow affected users to finally install the update.
As Apple continues to strengthen their iPhone 5 supplies, ship times for the iPhone 5 have decreased to just two weeks through the Apple Online Store. The previous improvement to 2-3 week shipping times was noted on November 12 – just a week earlier!
Some users are reporting that their Apple TV set top box is DOA after applying the latest software update, launched in September, and labeled as version 5.1.
Google better start reaching for its checkbook. It’s time to pay the piper and cover the fine the Federal Trade Commission handed down for its privacy breach, when it bypassed user privacy settings in Safari.
Steve’s Jobs yacht design is one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen. As such, when Phillippe Starck gave an interview to SuperYachtTimes revealing the thought process behind it, I was fascinated.