Apple’s iPhone and iPad do very well in the consumer sector. Now, a new report indicates that Apple’s popular devices are poised to challenge Microsoft in the enterprise too.
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Woz reiterated what he has said on several occasions in the past: others have caught Apple up and that Samsung is a serious competitor, but stated that he was proud Apple had loyal fans.
Apple released updates for Airport Utility today for both Mac and iOS, adding the ability to extend guest networks across multiple AirPort routers, as well as the ability to add WPS wireless printers to your WiFi network. They’ve also improved international support for the app.
Apple has officially responded to Greenlight Capital calling it out on its proposal to eliminate preferred stock. While Apple has begun paying a quarterly dividend, some investors want more. Greenlight Capital’s David Einhorn says that “preferred shares would be a way to reward investors without putting the company at risk.”
The developers of the popular ‘evasi0n’ untethered iOS 6 jailbreak have released an updated version of their jailbreak, which fixes issues some users reported regarding unusually long device boot tomes after jailbreaking, as well as an issue that caused the iOS Weather app to crash after jailbreaking.
‘Mailbox,’ the long-awaited iPhone email client from developer Orchestra, is now live in the App Store. You will need a reservation to use it though. Reservations are now being filled for those who registered with the company in late January.
Oh, Blackberry. We know you want to come off like Apple, but it really isn’t doing you any good. After claims by CEO Thorsten Heins that models of the Z10 had sold out in the UK, it turns out that the main stores, including Phones4u, still have plenty in stock.
Two new Apple patent applications published this week show some interesting ways to interact with your iPhone. The first patent covers an unlock system that asks a user to identify a random image, and the second offers a way for the device to identify if the current user is wearing a hearing aid.
To throw some order into the mounds of paper that some people have, colecamp has taken some photos of his impressive collection of Apple booklets and manuals.
Apple is in week two of its “Get Stuff Done” campaign in the Mac App Store. The company has listed nine new discounted OS X applications for this week’s promotion, and the category for the week is… Drum roll please, Audrey… “Organize!”
Sprint announced its fourth quarter 2012 earnings on Thursday, reporting that it sold a company best-ever 2.2 million iPhones, selling a total of 6.6 million for the year 2012.
Even though their recent quarterly financials were panned by Wall Street as “disappointing,” Apple holds the top spot among the most profitable U.S. companies by a comfortable margin.
Yes, I am really into docks and stands lately, but here’s another Indiegogo project you might want to take a look at. The Dock Minimal is a simple, easy to use dock/stand that can be used with almost any popular tablet on the market today.
Feel the urge to see some ancient artifacts? Atlanta’s first Vintage Computer Festival Southeast will feature a huge array of vintage Apple products in a 6,000 square foot space that’s being referred to as the “Apple Pop-up Museum.”
You feel sorry for iPhones with everything people put them through, from stress tests to real world incidents, but this one is pretty amazing. Paraglider Chris Santacroce’s iPhone dropped 2000 feet to the ground, and survived without broken glass or any dings.
Twitter released a significant update to their iOS app today, bringing improved search and discovery, suggested tweets, activity from those you follow on the service, and more. They’ve also added the ability to tap links directly within your timeline – previously, tapping a link would open that tweet’s detail view, requiring and extra step to actually open the link.