RBC Capital Markets has raised its 2015 and 2016 revenue forecasts for Apple, due to their belief that iPhone 6 demand will continue to beat expectations, and that buyers are tending to chose higher-capacity iPhones, increasing the profit for Apple.
On June 29, 2007, Apple released a device that would forever change an industry. Eight years ago today, the first iPhone was made available to customers.
The popularity of Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus with Chinese consumers have led to a 37% jump in the average selling price of smartphones in China.
Bloomberg reports that Apple has kicked-off early production of the next-generation iPhone, featuring Force Touch technology.
Apple on Thursday added a new featured section to their App Store showcasing LGBT content. Apple setup the new featured section in order to commemorate the 1969 Stonewall riots in New York City.
Apple CEO Tim Cook praised the landmark decision by the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday that ruled in favor of marriage equality in all 50 states.
Apple’s latest beta of OS X 10.11 El Capitan contains some references to a pair of possible future Apple hardware releases: a new 4K 21.5-inch iMac, and a Bluetooth Remote Control.
Apple on Thursday removed any games, and a number of other apps, that contain images of the Confederate battle flag from the App Store.
Apple’s update to iTunes U is designed to improve tool that allow teachers to interact with students, better incorporate educational apps in their course materials, and easily manage homework assignments.
Apple’s Calendar and Reminders web apps on the iCloud.com website are both currently down. Other iCloud web apps appear to be working properly.
Apple’s Beats 1 radio station, set to debut June 30 as a part of the new Apple Music streaming service, will feature shows hosted by a number of music celebrities.
Apple will be paying record labels 0.2 cents for each song streamed by Apple Music customers during the initial three-month free trial period.
Apple has been in talks with a number of artists to set up exclusive content deals for their new Apple Music streaming service which launches on June 30. Now comes word that at least one of those sets of talks has bore fruit. Pharrell Williams is apparently one of the first artists to make a deal with Apple.
Apple has renewed the agreement giving it exclusive rights to use Liquidmetal Technologies’ unique metal alloys in its line of products. The extension, listed in a document filed on Monday with the SEC, extends the agreement until February 5, 2016.
Apple’s decision to pay royalties during the three month free trial of Apple Music is paying off for the company, as Beggars Group and Merlin, which represents over 20,000 indie labels and distributors, are coming on board.
For those that want a more elegant way to charge or display their Apple Watch, there are various stands on the market. The Stand for Apple Watch by Nomad is one of the nicest available.