Finland’s Prime Minister Alexander Stubb tells CNBC he knows what to blame for the recent downgrade to his country’s sovereign debt rating: Apple’s iPhone and iPad.
Apple Announces iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus to Arrive in 36 More Countries and Territories by End of Oct.
Apple has announced the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will be available in 36 additional countries and territories across Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America and Africa by the end of October.
There are just a few days left until Apple’s October 16 event, and new photos of components said to be from an iPad Air 2 have been published. The images include a logic board, home button flex cable, front panel, and a volume control flex cable.
Pre-orders for Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus officially began on Friday in China, and the country’s three wireless carriers report receiving one million pre-orders in the first six hours of availability.
A report by MacRumors, quoting the ever popular “reliable source,” claims Apple will soon be removing Bose headphones and audio products from their retail stores.
Apple will be providing a live stream of its October 16 event, via the Apple website. The event will also likely be streamed via a dedicated channel on the Apple TV. We’ll let you know when that is confirmed.
Apple: U2’s ‘Songs of Innocence’ Downloaded 26 Million Times, 81 Million iTunes Users ‘Experienced Songs’
U2’s free-to-iTunes-customers album, “Songs of Innocence” has been downloaded in its entirety more than 26 million times since its September release, and more than 81 million customers have “experienced songs” from the album via iTunes, iTunes Radio, and Beats Music.
Wired subjects a MacBook Air to drops of 5 feet, and 15 feet. The proud, yet disheveled laptop then must face the “Karate Kick of Death!”
As GT Advanced Technologies navigates through the Chapter 11 bankruptcy process, it is hoping to keep the whole process as private as possible, asking the court to give it a private hearing, along with keeping confidential documents sealed.
Yesterday, an Apple representative told Reuters that the company had been caught off-guard by GT Advanced Technologies’ decision to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Today, The Wall Street Journal has now supplied more information about why Apple was taken by surprise.
Apple has begun sending email reminders to iCloud users that a new security related requirement of app-specific passwords for third-party software that accesses iCloud data goes into effect on Thursday.
In an open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook on Thursday, activist investor Carl iCahn stated that he believes Apple shares are “dramatically undervalued,” giving the Cupertino firm an opportunity to buy back more of its own shares at a huge discount.
Apple has published the final HomeKit Made for iPhone (MFi) specifications for hardware developers, opening the door to allow accessory makers to begin building products to integrate into iOS 8’s new framework to control home automation devices.
Activist Investor Carl iCahn took to Twitter on Wednesday to boast of single-handedly boosting Apple’s stock price, and to let an adoring public know that he’d be sending an “open letter” to Apple CEO Tim Cook on Thursday.
An Apple spokesman told Reuters on Wednesday that the company was surprised by sapphire maker GT Advanced Technologies’ bankruptcy filing earlier this week, and that the company is now figuring out the next steps it will take.
Apple has sent out invitations to select members of the media for an event to be held at 10AM Pacific Time on October 16 at the Town Hall auditorium at the Cupertino firm’s headquarters. The invitations carry the tagline: “It’s been way too long.”