“No technology company has ever reported results like this,” Apple CEO Tim Cook said today.
Apple sold over 2 million Apple TV units in Q4 2012, which is about 60 percent higher compared to sales during the same period a year ago.
Apple chief Tim Cook’s eagerness to respond to the rumors could be a sign that the initial analysis from the Wall Street Journal (and others) was completely off.
Cook did offer a ray of hope to those who want a cheaper iPhone. But just a ray.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said his company has sold half a billion iOS devices to date and “sold 10 iOS devices per second” last quarter, he said today during Apple’s quarterly earnings conference call.
For a company that is supposedly struggling, and whose stock price has shed tens of billions of dollars from its $700/share high in September of 2012, Apple did pretty well in the first quarter of 2013.
Apple reported its first quarter earnings for 2013 today.
Apple is one of a list of companies accused of agreeing not to recruit each other’s employees.
Smoke, meet fire?
Will the iPhone 5 be coming to China Mobile’s 700 million subscribers? Apple needs this, sure, but make no mistake: China Mobile needs it just as bad.
Tim Cook has made his way back to China after the country sold over two million iPhone 5s in its opening weekend, breaking its own records.
A lot of things were said in 2012, but few of them were as funny, interesting, or profound as the quotes from these tech luminaries.
Apple’s chief executive gets a pay increase in 2012, including a bump in his base salary of $500,000.
Tech execs Tim Cook and Marissa Mayer have joined the president of Egypt, Bill and Hilary Clinton, and yes, Barack Obama himself on the shortlist of people being considered for Time’s Person of the Year. As did a little known scientist who proved Einstein right.
The iPhone 5 will be in 100 countries by the end of December.
The latest rumor to circulate around the Internet about Apple’s alleged television set indicates that the company has taken another baby step by testing the product outside its offices.
BusinessWeek published a huge 800-word 11-page interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook this morning. Here are the best quotes, with some commentary.
In the most showy hint yet that Apple is building a television set, Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a new interview that the TV set was a relic from the past and that his company is intensely interested in changing that.
Fool me once, you’re fired: Apple has reportedly canned the man in charge of Apple Maps.
The suit shows that unrelenting patent warfare isn’t the only solution among big mobile competitors.
In another sign that we are in the era of Tim Cook’s Apple, the company has donated $2.5 million to the American Red Cross to help victims of Hurricane Sandy.
According to reports, Apple executive Scott Forstall, who oversaw Siri and Apple Maps, lost his job after refusing to sign an apology for the Maps fiasco.
Do yearly sales of 5.3 million still qualify the Apple TV as a hobby. Tim Cook says yes.
Unsurprisingly, he says, ” “I think people when the look at the offerings will really want an iPad.”
“It’s been an incredible year … a truly prolific year of innovation for Apple,” Tim Cook said today. He’s right.
Today, Apple introduced the iPad mini, the new iMac, and the new 13.3-inch Mac Book Pro.
Editor’s Pick There were a LOT of other Apple announcements today: Retina 13″ MacBook Pro, new iPad fourth generation, new Mac minis, new iMacs, new iTunes, and more. But the big deal was the little guy, the iPad mini.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook re-emphasized the company’s interest in becoming *the* primary tool in the classroom today with the announcement of a new version of it’s iBooks Author tool.
Today, Apple finally pulled back the curtain on the iPad Mini: a smaller tablet (naturally) for better one-handed use. Apple’s marketing head Phil Schiller described it as “thinner than a pencil” and “as light as a pad of paper.”
Apple announced today that it has now sold more than 100 million iPads around the world, a feat that makes the iPad far and away the best-selling tablet ever.
Retina has come to the 13-inch MacBook Pro, and it’s gorgeous. Apple announced the update to its 13-inch pro-level laptop at an event today in San Jose, Calif.
Apple debuted a new version of its e-book application iBooks today, which features improved iCloud and social sharing support and more customization over how you consume your e-books.
In true Apple fashion, Apple CEO Tim Cook laid out some pretty impressive numbers for iOS 6, iCloud, and more.
Apple may have just “a little more to show” us, but this week’s Apple event in San Jose is turning into perhaps more than just a little more. In fact, not to put too fine a point on it, it’s potentially turning into a lot.
Guest Post Other than Mahmoud Ahmadinejad , Tim Cook must be the most speculated-about figure in the world. What will they do next?
Research firm IHS iSuppli released a report today saying that the number of tablet shipments in 2012 will decline 1.2 percent. While this might not seem like a huge decline, it may mark the beginning fall of a technology that has entered so many of our homes.
A week after Apple CEO Tim Cook apologized for the less-than-stellar launch of iOS 6 Maps, Apple has rolled out some noticeable improvements to the app.
Apple reflects on Jobs’ passing with a heartfelt video on Apple.com and a note from chief executive Tim Cook.
Everyone in the tech echo chamber knows that Apple Maps is the worst mapping service in the history of mapping services. Apparently, someone forgot to give Consumer Reports the memo.