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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Apple held an event in California this week and Kevin was there to get some initial hands-on with the new products.
No-one will deny that Cupertino's products are fashionable and beautifully-designed. But that doesn't make them enterprise-grade.
This new weekly feature will put the big news about iOS, specifically the iPhone and iPad, right at your fingertips. This week was all about the new iPhones, Apple Pay, and the Apple Watch.
Phablets, including Apple's first one, won't just impact iPad mini sales. They could kill off an even smaller category of tablet.
The usually tight-lipped chief executive of Apple opened up to PBS' Charlie Rose in a two-part interview. Here's the first part.
In an interview with Tech Pro Research, IBM executive Glenn Finch answers questions about the Apple partnership, including how IBM's new enterprise apps will be built, sold and supported.
The decision to kill off the iPod Classic must have seemed simple, but when is it ever wise to so easily annoy customers, especially the loyal ones?
Without the charisma of Steve Jobs fronting things at Apple, the company has been laid back to the point of being boring. That is changing this year, and it's slowly bouncing back.
While some iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus pricing is now available for the UK, the best bet for getting your hands on one of the new devices seems to be the Apple online store - as long as you don't mind waiting.
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.
The Apple Store and several US carriers struggled to keep up with iPhone 6 demand, but T-Mobile never even showed up to the party. I was lucky enough to score a phone though.
A merchant on China's e-commerce website Taobao.com claims to have pink and yellow versions of the latest iPhone 6, which official launch date in the Chinese market has yet to be announced.
The launch of Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will give a much-needed sales boosts to major Korean suppliers for the fourth quarter, reports ZDNet Korea's Cho Mu-hyun.
Apple didn't spend much stage time explaining the tokenization process that underpins Apple Pay, but the method is seen as one of the most secure and fraud proof payment mechanisms available.
Apple's decision to offer the iPhone 6 in two different screen sizes presents me with a dilemma – do I play it safe and go for the 4.7-inch model, or throw caution to the wind and get the 5.5-inch version?