The handwriting is on the wall. Apple has told its educational resellers not to expect any more boxed copies of Mac OS X, iLife, iWork, Apple Remote Desktop, and Aperture.
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Steve Jobs, Phil Schiller and Scott Forstall answer questions about the ongoing Locationgate scandal.
Apple has completely banned apps with pictures of women (and men, yuck!) in bathing suits (bikinis and one-piece) and pretty much any images of boobs, babes, booty, sex, skin and even silhouettes.
Apple released the following statement from CEO Steve Jobs to address the persistent rumors that his health is failing due to his visible weight loss over the last year.Dear Apple Community,For the first time in a decade, I'm getting to spend the holiday season with my family, rather than intensely preparing for a Macworld keynote.
My colleague David Morgenstern today noted that the number of employees at Apple rose about 50 percent during the past year, according to the company’s 10K reportsetteB.IT (English translation) also points out some other items of interest from the SEC-mandated Form 10-K:Tony Fadell, Apple's outgoing SVP of the iPod division, will receive a salary of US$300,000 dollars per year from Apple for consulting.
Just because its not in your Software Update, doesn't mean that you can't get it folks. In addition to the iPhone 2.
Apple Inc.'s general counsel, Donald Rosenberg, is leaving after less than a year to join Qualcomm Inc.
Yesterday Apple CEO Steve Jobs and Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates took the stage at the All Things D conference in Carlsbad, CA. The conference, sponsored by The Wall Street Journal, had the makings of an exciting battle between two titans of technology but it was mostly a bore fest as Jobs and Gates each tried to out do each other with complements.
In what will certainly be remembered as a watershed moment in the world of technology, Steve Jobs Tuesday posted his thoughts on DRM and claimed that abolishing DRM forever "the best alternative for consumers" and that Apple would "embrace it in a heartbeat." Big thinking from the CEO of the largest distributor of digital music in the world.
Jobs opened his keynote saying, "We are going to make history together today.