Phil Schiller’s shirt might be the most perplexing item on the list.
Even though Apple really did make the iPad for consumers, Jobs and his team fully expected it to also become attractive to business users.
A startup advisor explains why third-party developers haven’t gone Android-first.
Apple’s second product launch of the fall is here.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple has asked the two companies it contracts with to produce iPhones — Hon Hai and Pegatron — to scale back on production of the iPhone 5c model.
Apple has sent invitations out to the press for an October 22 event at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco, where several past Apple events have been held.
A newly-designed 12-inch laptop could sport a Retina display, according to an analyst with a good track record.
Apple is expected to unload non-iPhone goodies – a new iPad Mini, a new standard iPad, and some more info about the previously-introduced Mac Pro.
The latest update in the seemingly endless patent feud between Samsung and Apple finds that an Apple-won ban on the sale of certain Samsung phones and tablets hasn’t been overturned as Samsung hoped.
It’s flatter and friendlier.