Despite a 16% fall in iPad sales, Apple remains the number one seller in the combined computer and tablet market. This, from a new report from research firm Canalys.
Apple’s mobile imaging team apparently has a new head, as former Nokia Lumia Photography Lead Ari Partinen has announced that he will be leaving the Finnish smartphone manufacturer, and will be moving over to Apple.
In the wake of the report that Apple is in talks to acquire Beats Electronics to the tune of $3.2 billion, comes a New York Post report that Beats CEO Jimmy Iovine is in talks to join Apple as a “special adviser” to Tim Cook on creative matters.
Apple is reportedly close to acquiring headphone company Beats Electronics. The company, which recently also started offering a streaming music service, was created by Jimmy Iovine, and Dr. Dre.
Apple has distributed an internal memo inviting its employees to march and represent the company in next month’s annual San Francisco LGBT Pride Parade.
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has announced it will honor Apple design chief Jony Ive with its Bay Area Treasure Award. Ive will be honored for his long history of designing innovative products for Apple.
Earlier this month, we saw Apple announce that it would begin notifying customers of law enforcement requests for their user information. Today the company has published a new set of guidelines for law enforcement officials regarding such requests.
Apple is losing another executive, as The Wall Street Journal reports that head of North American sales, Zane Rowe, will be leaving the company. Rowe, who joined Apple two years ago, will be replaced by Doug Beck.
Apple has seeded build 13D61 of OS X 10.9.3 to developers, just a little over a week after releasing the ninth OS X beta, build 13D55. Safari 7.0.4 accompanies the new build.
Apple has reclaimed the top spot as the highest ranked tablet manufacturer in J.D. Power’s latest U.S. tablet customer satisfaction study. Apple earned a 5-star rating, getting a score of 830/1,000. Apple edged out Samsung, who scored 822 for second place.
Katie Cotton, VP of worldwide corporate communications at Apple, is retiring. In nearly two decades at Apple’s PR helm, she served under company co-founder Steve Jobs and current CEO Tim Cook.
Drugstore chain Duane Reade announced today that its updating its iPhone app with support for Apple’s iBeacons. The Walgreens-owned chain recently installed the low-power Bluetooth devices in 10 of its New York City locations. A separate report tell us that discount retailer Walmart is also testing iBeacons, but has not yet installed them in any of its stores.
Apple is preparing to open two new retail store location in New York City in 2015, with a space in the upcoming World Trade Center site mall, and a location in a nearly 100-year-old bank building.
While Amazon remains the world’s largest online sales company, Apple has grown enough in the past three years to overtake office supply giant Staples for the number two spot.
To almost no one’s surprise, Samsung will reportedly challenge the $120 million in damages a California jury awarded to Apple as part of the most recent Apple v. Samsung trial.
The jury foreman in the most recent Apple v. Samsung patent trial has some friendly advice for Apple: Sue Google, not the Android handset makers like Samsung.