Despite Google Play’s increase in growth over the past six months, Apple’s App Store revenue is still tops. This, from a new report from App Store analytics firm Distimo.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple’s upcoming fifth-generation iPad will use the same thin touch sensor that was introduced last year in the iPad mini. AppleInsider: The anticipated details on Apple’s next iPad reported on Monday by The Wall Street Journal are in…
AllThingsD reports that their sources say Apple will debut the next-generation iPhone at a special event set for September 10th.
New York District Court Judge Denise Cote on Friday refused Apple’s request to suspend her ruling that found the company guilty of e-book price fixing while it seeks an appeal. A stay would have given the company time to seek an appeal of the penalties laid out by the Department of Justice.
Friday is going to be a big day in court for Apple, as it will send its battalion of lawyers out in full force to deal with its numerous legal issues.
Microsoft continues to take desperate potshots at Apple’s popular iPad, releasing a new commercial comparing the Surface RT to the fourth-generation iPad. The ad highlights pricing and size differences between the two devices.
Analytics firm ForSee has released the results of their most recent customer satisfaction survey of streaming video services, and it shows Apple’s iTunes is still holding on to first place. Barely.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit handed down a ruling in favor of Apple on Wednesday, reinstating the company’s complaint against Google-owned Motorola Mobility in reference to two patents Apple owns.
A court filing on Wednesday saw five major U.S. book publishers objecting to the penalties proposed by the Department of Justice against Apple’s e-book business. They say the penalties would change the terms of their own settlements with the government over the matter.
Apple has rolled out movie support for its iTunes in the Cloud service in Japan and seven new European countries. Customers in those countries will now be able to re-download content previously purchased from the iTunes Store.
Apple continues to dominate as the top smartphone OEM in the U.S., with a 39.9% share of the market in the second quarter of 2013. However, Samsung continues to make gains, more quickly than Apple.
A new set of photos of the camera for the “iPhone 5S” allegedly display an internal design change where the LED flash component for the device may be completely separate from the lens.
Signs of the Impending Apocalypse: AT&T Beats Verizon in J.D. Power Rankings, Samsung Beats Apple in ACSI Survey
Get your survival kits ready, because the apocalypse is on its way! For the first time ever, AT&T has unseated Verizon from its throne as number one in J.D. Power’s Wireless Carrier Customer Care Index, and Samsung has surpassed Apple as number one in satisfaction in the American Customer Satisfaction Index report covering smartphone customers.
Apple is emailing streaming Internet radio stations, requesting cover art from them for future use on iTunes and their iOS mobile devices. This indicates that Apple may soon feature independent streaming music stations more prominently.
In the wake of the electrocution of a Chinese woman that was likely caused by a counterfeit iPhone charger, Apple has announced a new power adapter recycling program to begin on August 16th to assist in the disposal of any USB power adapter used with an iPhone or iPad.
Apple on Monday notified its developer community that it plans to reinstate most of the remaining offline services in its Developer Center portal this week. Features set to go back online include Xcode automatic configuration, program enrollments, and access to license agreements.