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Fool me once, you’re fired: Apple has reportedly canned the man in charge of Apple Maps.
Big changes are afoot in Apple’s executive roster: The company announced today that Scott Forstall (above), the vice president in charge of iOS, and head of retail John Browett are leaving the company.
It seems the proof of the iPad Mini pudding might be found in read it later application Instapaper’s device stats. Founder Marco Arment says while checking his logs, two unfamiliar devices tried to access the app.
While many people are waiting for Apple to drastically revamp the television service business, analysts aren’t predicting it to happen anytime soon.
Apple has big plans to launch a streaming TV service by Christmas, and of course the rumor mill is already running wild on when it will sell an actual TV. But first Apple will need to clear a hurdle: Getting the rights to shows for its new TV service. So far, its negotiations with the big media companies are not going well, because Apple has been taking its usual approach: “our way or nothing at all.”
More than four months after Apple lost iAd boss Andy Miller, the company has finally appointed a replacement.
Apple apparently has a big event in store for New York City this month — though it’s not the announcement of the iPad 3, or the rumored Apple television set.
New Apple CEO Tim Cook has made his first major new appointment, promoting iTunes VP Eddy Cue to senior vice president of Internet Software and Services, reports 9to5Mac.