Apple has become a leading consumer electronics company by reinventing the smartphone with the iPhone as well as the MP3 player with the iPod. Now Apple is looking to revolutionize computing with the iPad. And of course there's the Mac. Simply put, the company is firing on all cylinders.
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It's time to meet the new iPhone, and maybe a long-awaited wearable device.
It used to be that IT managers relied on a handful of trusted vendors. Nowadays, mastering the IT portfolio can mean managing hundreds of relationships, and having a better understanding of what the business really needs.
NFC is a nice technology that just hasn't been implemented well. Perhaps Apple changes that equation.
iOS 8 will brings 4,000 new APIs to Apple's mobile platform, and this means developers are going to have to work hard to both implement new features and deal with bugs rapidly.
Apple has managed a return to secrecy around its wearable plans – just as it did around the original iPhone launch.
Integrating Apple devices into the enterprise can lead to high implementation and management costs, as well as increased security risks. Companies must plan carefully and be ready for the...
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Laptops are good rivals for the desktop, especially if you use the iPad Air as an external monitor.
Apple has reportedly locked in September 9 to launch its new wearable device.
The latest round in the ongoing Apple v Samsung legal saga has seen Cupertino fail to get a ban on a number of Samsung Galaxy devices.
Apple will purchase 96 million iPhone 5 panels along with a further 98 million iPhone 6 panels during 2014, accounting for 37 percent of all LTPS and oxide smartphone LCDs.
Apple's next generation desktop and notebook operating system will land on MacBooks around the world in fall. Here are six things to look forward to.
Apple's a hardware company, Microsoft's a software company, and Google makes almost all of its income from advertising. All three companies have been trying for years to diversify their revenue streams. How's that working out?
A larger iPad may seem uninspiring to some, as the existing line-up of tablets begins to stagnate in sales figures. But there are three reasons why it might make sense.
All eyes may be on the next iPhone but Apple also has tablets to think about, and it's very likely that these will be updated before the year is out.