On a six-foot-tall fake iPhone. With a QR code on the back.
Old Apple designs from nearly 30 years ago are strikingly prescient about modern-day Apple design.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says an “existing” line of Macs is going to be assembled in the U.S. starting next year.
It’s the one part of your phone that might not be getting better. Why every major mobile company is re-creating reality from scratch.
If you want to understand Apple, watch this video. (via)
A gift that you cannot go wrong with: Less and More: The Design Ethos of Dieter Rams, a bible for modern gadget design.
It’s perhaps a look at the shape of things to come.
Tech shuttle buses have taken over San Francisco’s streets, creating a transportation caste system. I wanted to know what it was like inside. So I got on.
Traditionally, the “too many products” problem is not one that’s plagued Apple. And it still produces far fewer products than, say, HP or Dell. But it now produces more stuff than it has in a long time.
The heads of iOS and Apple Stores are out. And lead designer Jony Ive now has more power than ever.
Apple just announced a pile of new gadgets on stage in San Jose. Here’s everything you need to know.
It’s a semi-liveblog! Apple is streaming the event, and we’re here to talk about it with a panel of our favorite tech/non-tech luminaries.
James Fallows joins the small circle of Western journalists to have made the journey to Foxconn. He shouldn’t be so surprised at what he found there.
The time: Tuesday. The place: San Jose. The company: Apple. The thing: a new, smaller iPad. BE THERE.
Because it could be worse.
There’s a huge labor strike happening at Foxconn’s Zhenzhou factory in China, involving thousands of workers.
None of this lame “visionary technologist” stuff. We’re talking swear words, prank calls, and mustaches. You know, the cool stuff.
Today’s the one-year anniversary of Steve Jobs’ death. This tribute video from the front page of Apple.com is simple and straightforward — pretty classic Apple.
You can clone yourself! Or your friends. Introducing the Human Panoramapede.
In an exceedingly rare apology from the company, Apple CEO Tim Cook admitted it “fell short,” and even recommended alternative apps.
Unrest at the notorious factory where Apple manufactures many of its products injures 40 employees, reportedly stems from security guards beating a worker.
Amazingly, this happens every time there’s a big new release. It’s like the nerdy gusto of Mars Curiosity’s landing team, but with a corporate mandate. (Again, they’re required to do this, so don’t judge them too harshly.)
iOS maps can use all the help they can get. It’s worth noting, though, that Google has about 7000 people working on its maps at any given time.
3D maps and turn-by-turn navigation are nice, but Apple’s new maps app has grave problems.
With a long, jargon-filled whimper.
It’s all about the pitch. Jony Ive could sell hair care products to Jony Ive.
Apple used to like cool music. What happened, man?
Revolutionary. Breakthrough. Revolutionary. Cool. So cool. Gorgeous. Zippy. Great. Fast. Fast. Faster. Thin. Fast. Fast. Fast. Fast.