The company delivered its fourth-quarter earnings, but the stock is down more than 3%. It missed sales expectations for iPads.
You spend, like, half of your life on that thing. Time to figure out what it really does.
First a Kanye rant against Jimmy Kimmel, then this.
Simon McCoy is a true pro.
Plus the marketing genius of Miley Cyrus, the 16 best cooking instructions from 2 Chainz’s new cookbook, and 20 X-Files fan-fiction crossovers for the ages.
“Changing Coke is like God making the grass purple.”
Earnings, revenue, and key product sales all came about in line with analyst estimates.
The Samjiyon is North Korea’s version of the iPad, and it’s got everything you’d expect in a great new tablet - except internet. Which basically means it’s a giant touch screen device that comes pre-loaded with government propaganda and an Angry Birds rip-off.
Apple’s “Mr. Fix It” is back in the news, this time for comments on Apple raising e-book prices.
Apple without a new product is like the Stones without a tour, reliant on an aging back catalog of old hits. But maybe CEO Tim Cook has a few of Mick Jagger’s moves up his sleeve.
The biggest app right now will take over your life.
“There’s a speaker that’s supposed to be on the back, it’s just little painted dots.”
As 2013 approaches, the iPad is still winning the tablet wars. Badly.
One person totally thought all they were getting was a iPad for Christmas but got something fit for a lifetime.
To apps and Web servers, the iPad Mini looks exactly like the iPad, which means apps can’t adjust their interfaces to the device’s smaller form factor.
The heads of iOS and Apple Stores are out. And lead designer Jony Ive now has more power than ever.
Apple says one of the best things about the iPad Mini is that you can hold it in one hand. Cool. But why is everyone holding it like a mechanical claw? It looks painful. Learn from the past, people!
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.
The time: Tuesday. The place: San Jose. The company: Apple. The thing: a new, smaller iPad. BE THERE.
Unrest at the notorious factory where Apple manufactures many of its products injures 40 employees, reportedly stems from security guards beating a worker.
News Corporation’s The Daily is cutting a third of its staff after 18 months of publishing. “If anything,” says a former staffer, “edit was understaffed.”
More ancient Apple prototypes revealed by court filings this week: What looks like the first, Sony-inspired design prototype of the iPhone 4/4S, along with an iPhone that looks like a giant iPod mini that never saw the light of day.
The best thing about a 7-inch tablet.
Revealed in court filings (which were first noticed by NetworkWorld) is a prototype/mock up (“035”) for an Apple tablet created between 2002 and 2004 — years before the iPad came out. It still looks like an iPad, but crossed with an old iBook. And man oh man it is HUGE. Here it is in full color for the first time.
Unfortunately it’s just as an app. But any LeVar Burton is better than no LeVar Burton.
Pay reeeeal close attention Google.
Microsoft’s Surface is the most interesting tablet since the iPad. But how does it actually feel, you know, in your hands?
Typing — well, editing — on an iPad can be really annoying! This is better.