Apple reported their Q1 2014 financial results on Monday, and also held their traditional conference call to allow questions from the press. Here are some numbers of interest from the call.
Apple has announced its fiscal year 2014 first quarter results. the company reported record quarterly revenue of $57.6 billion, landing in the range of its guidance for the quarter of $55 – $58 billion.
Now this is the kind of rumor we like to hear! Apple’s “1984” Super Bowl ad is credited with being one of the seminal ads ever to be played during the annual event.
A consensus of 47 analysts compiled by Fortune says Apple’s financial news will be good when it’s reported later today.
Despite record sales numbers for the iPhone, Apple’s smartphone marketshare continues to falter, and Samsung’s share of Android handset sales is feeling pressure in key markets from competitors.
Reuters reports that Megafon, Russia’s second-largest wireless carrier, has reached a three-year deal with Apple to sell the iPhone in Russia.
We told you last night that Apple CEO Tim Cook sat down recently for an interview with ABC News reporter David Muir. While that interview will air tonight on World News With Diane Sawyer, ABC’s Good Morning America gave a sneak peek of the interview.
Apple’s Mac App Store has joined in the Mac’s 30th birthday celebration with a special section of noteworthy apps entitled, “Happy Birthday Mac.”
Apple Stores Join in For The Mac 30th Birthday Celebration With T-Shirts and Special Apple Store Window Displays
Apple Stores are reported to be joining in the Mac’s 30th birthday celebration today, with special LED window displays, and special t-shirts for their employees.
Apple is celebrating the 30th birthday of its Macintosh computer today with a tribute on its home page, a visual timeline entitled “Thirty Years of Mac,” and a new “Mac 30″ video that looks at the past and present of the iconic device.
The thirtieth anniversary of the introduction of the original Macintosh is today, January 24, 2014. To celebrate the 30th birthday of the iconic computer, Apple executives Phil Schiller, Craig Federighi, and Bud Tribble, (a member of the original Mac development team), sat down and shared their thoughts about the status of the Mac at 30.
ABC News has announced that an interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook will air on World News With Diane Sawyer at 6:30PM Eastern on Friday, January 24, 2014, the 30th Anniversary of the Macintosh.
Apple has seeded build 13C44 of OS X 10.9.2 to developers, the third of a series. The release comes a week after the second beta, build 13C39.
It’s Thursday, and we’re just one day short of the Macintosh’s 30th birthday. Be sure to visit MacTrast for some great celebratory articles on Friday!
Carl Icahn Reveals Another $500M Investment In Apple, Promotes Buyback Proposal in Letter to Investors
Carl Icahn – he of the activist investor bent – revealed on Thursday that he has invested another $500 million in Apple, which brings his piece of the company to $3.6 billion. He also issued a new 7-page opus to investors, in an attempt to encourage them to vote in favor of his stock buyback proposal.
iLounge says a “reliable source” has informed them that the Apple TV will be getting gaming and Bluetooth controller support in March, or maybe even earlier.