Earlier today we told you of an expected MacBook Air update due to debut in stores tomorrow. We now have additional info on the update, and there doesn’t look like there will be much to get excited about.
New MacBook Air laptops are likely to debut in store on Tuesday. “Multiple sources” say shipments of the new MacBook Airs have begun arriving in large quantities in Apple Stores around the U.S.
Jurors in the second Apple v. Samsung trial were scheduled to begin deliberations early this week, but now they will hear an additional two hours of testimony in order to clarify a key phrase used in one of Apple’s patents-in-suit.
Apple has all but admitted that there is a problem with the sleep/wake button on some iPhone 5 models. Apple says it has initiated a recall on some iPhone 5 models, because the button may “stop working or work intermittently.”
iPhone sales have doubled in the most recent quarter in Southeast Asia, as status-conscious consumers are buying Apple products in record numbers.
There’s good news for those of you who have been waiting to get their hot little hands on Apple’s hot little Mac Pro computer; shipping estimates for the little powerhouse have dropped.
Apple, Intel, Google, and Adobe have settled the class-action lawsuit filed against them for an anti-poaching agreement the companies had made. The settlement was revealed in a filing with the court, but details of the settlement were not available.
Another opportunity to sit down and break bread with Apple CEO Tim Cook is available via charity auction site CharityBuzz. You’ll get a chance to meet with Cook at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, CA for a lunch meeting.
Apple’s iPad sales for Q2 2014 fell below expectations. The company sold 16.35 million, which to anyone’s count is still a lot of iPads, however growth for the quarter was actually negative. What happened? Apple CEO Tim Cook shared some thoughts on the subject during yesterday’s financials conference call.
During Apple’s fiscal Q2 2014 financial results call, Apple shared some details about its popular iTunes Store, which includes the App Store. The results? Well, let’s just say the iTunes and App Stores won’t be closing any time soon from lack of business…
During yesterday’s Q2 earnings call, Tim Cook announced that Apple’s new new retail and online head, Angela Ahrendts, will be joining Apple next week.
A new report from MacGeneration – citing the ever popular “reliable sources” – says Apple may be planning on updating its MacBook Air lineup as early as next week.
Following the release of Apple’s fiscal Q2 2014 financial numbers on Wednesday, company executives participated in a conference call with industry analysts and the media. Participating in the call were Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook, Chief Financial Officer Peter Oppenheimer, and Corporate Comptroller Luca Maestri.
Apple today announced that its Board of Directors has authorized an increase to its program to return capital to shareholders. The company expects to use a total of over $130 billion in cash under the expanded program by the end of 2015.
Apple has announced its fiscal year 2014 second quarter results. Revenue for the quarter came in at $45.6 billion, compared to guidance Apple previously provided of $42 – $44 billion. Estimates by analysts averaged out to $43.5 billion.
Apple has released a “Heartbleed” related update for its AirPort Extreme and AirPort Time Capsule devices. The update is 7.7.3 for AirPorts with 802.11ac. The update includes security improvements related to SSL/TLS.