While Apple is playing catch-up with a lot of the stuff that's in the iPhone 6, there is, of course, one feature that's finally driving a long-needed innovation in the US mobile market.
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In its latest SEC filing, the iPhone and iPad saw massive growth across the board, with the exception of one. One that actually helped get the company where it is today.
Telstra has said that the iPhone 6 launch this month performed better than that of the iPhone 5, but the company lacks sufficient supply of the devices from Apple.
After Apple sold four million of its latest iPhone models in pre-orders in the first day, the company blasted expectations with new numbers on Monday.
Apple is typically a company that puts an enormous amount of meticulous thought into the aesthetics of its products, which makes this iPhone 6 design blunder even harder to understand.
Westpac Group has launched The Hive, an innovation hub that will bring together internal and external people from the company to collaborate and experiment on new technologies.
Ahead of the iPhone 6 unveiling, Apple executives on Tuesday included updates on company financial figures, sales and shipments, and other numerical nuggets.
Apple is set to unveil the next iPhone, and rumors are afloat that it will have NFC. If that holds true, here’s how the company can make it a big deal.
As the unveiling of Apple's new iPhone approaches, the nay-sayers are out in force stating that the company will somehow coerce buyers to upgrade. That ignores one pertinent fact.
Ahead of Hewlett-Packard's Discover conference there are multiple questions about the company. HP is stable for sure, but still has to navigate some key innovation curves.
Every large enterprise technology company now has a cloud computing narrative that can't be easily dismissed as cloudwashing. Does that make them good innovation partners?
Apple's Q2 2014 earnings are out, and the data provided gives us an insight into how well the company performed over the last quarter relative to historical data. iPhone sales are strong, but iPad sales show a worrying fall.
Like the company or loathe it, Apple is an engine that drives innovation, and if it falters we run the risk of technology entering a phase of stagnation.
Cupertino misses estimates in its latest sales figures, but points to China as a potential growth market that brought in US$8.84 billion for the quarter. If that fails, a solar-powered iPhone 6 may bring back the "i" in innovation.
BlackBerry wants to hold on to its killer designs for itself — even if nobody else seems to want the keyboard-enabled smartphone anymore.
Apple CEO Tim Cook noted that China is "an extremely important market" to the company and touted a deal with China Mobile. The biggest perk is that Apple gets a distribution boost for the iPhone.
Cisco CEO John Chambers said the company was executing well and that the company's "innovation engine" was humming, but he acknowledged that "revenue growth was below our expectation."
The New York Times' Catherine Rampell asked if Apple is trying to bust your iPhone to get you to upgrade. While it may benefit Apple – and every other company – to make old products obsolete, there are bigger forces at work.
More people want the gold version of Apple's new iPhone 5s than the company bargained for. It has already asked suppliers to boost production, according to a new report.
Apple worrywarts are not hard to find as the company preps its next iPhone launch. Some analysts bet that smartphone buyers are more interested in the iPhone launch more than a year from now.
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