We all know that Macs are quite popular, despite being a bit high in price. We also know that Apple makes a pretty decent profit off of their computers, but just how much might surprise you: as it turns out, Apple makes more from selling 1 Mac than HP makes from selling 7 PCs!
A new Apple patent application has surfaced today suggesting that future versions of the iPhone’s camera app could automatically compensate for tilt or perspective distortion, making it much easier to take clear, well-aligned photographs.
Following up on yesterday’s report of a possible Apple HDTV this fall, an interesting Apple patent has come to light showing what content-aware widgets might be like on an HDTV – read on!
This neat infographic, designed by Manolution’s Sean Lind, recounts the epic struggle between Microsoft and Apple, starting in 1984 and continuing up to the present day. The graphic mainly highlights how the two companies’ stock values have changed over the years.
Since Apple released the new Final Cut Pro X on Monday, it’s been hit with mixed reviews. What’s concerning is that Apple reportedly seems to be removing the negative reviews from the App Store…
On June 23 (Tomorrow) at 8 PM Central, CNBC’s popular program “Titans” will be airing a biographical profile of Steve Jobs to kick of their new season. The series spotlights leaders of industry who have built empires and achieved success.
Earlier today, Tim Cook was spotted at China Mobile’s headquarters – a mobile provider that isn’t currently partnered with Apple. Tim, who was said to be accompanied by 7-8 people, was reportedly visiting to discuss partnering over a future LTE-enabled iPhone.
The below patent application, which Apple originally applied for in December of 2007, was awarded to Apple this week. According to intellectual property experts, this patent will become very significant for Apple, as well as their competitors.
According to a rumor from DailyTech, Apple is preparing to get into the television business this fall by making a full-fledged HDTV. The site alleges that a former Apple executive leaked details on the supposed venture.
Apple has reportedly demanded price cuts in quotes provided by suppliers for various iPhone and iPad components, including touch panels, batteries, optical components, and PCBs in order to cut costs by 10% in Q2.
According to a tweet from internet tech pundit Mark Gurman, retailers have been asked to return their remaining stock of Final Cut Pro to Apple, which strongly suggests that Apple’s new Final Cut Pro X will be out soon.
We’ve been hearing reports that Best Buy, not wanting to be left out of the race of college students purchasing laptops for their education, will be matching Apple’s offer of a free $100 iTunes gift card with purchase of any Mac.
Many customers have become frustrated with Apple’s policy not to combine Apple IDs. Whether people start using iTunes, and later sign up for MobileMe or iCloud, want to retire an email address, etc, Apple does not provide a way to consolidate purchases between two Apple IDs.
According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, Apple’s retail VP Ron Johnson is leaving Apple to become the president of J.C. Penney, and eventually the CEO. Johnson, who joined Apple in 2000, made great contributions to the retail program.
Apple’s back to school promo is always exciting for students that need a new laptop. Traditionally, Apple has offered a free iPod Touch with a new Mac purchase. This year, we’ve been hearing reports that they’re offering a $100 iTunes gift card instead, and that the promo could launch tomorrow!
Apple has provided a much needed visual overhaul to its support pages, and it looks like a vast improvement! They’ve removed much of the clutter, and have replaced many text links and lists with large icons and product images that are easier to find and identify.