Just after the launch of the very-successful iPhone 5S and the not-quite-as-hot iPhone 5C, Apple told analysts to expect $36-37 billion in revenue and perhaps $7 billion in profit for its fourth quarter of 2013.
Guest Post Ever since Apple introduced the world to the iPad, connected viewers have flocked to these devices in droves, ushering in not only the post-PC era but perhaps the post-TV era as well.
Apple sold 31.2 million iPhones and 14.6 million iPads in its fiscal third quarter. The iPhone results were great while the iPad disappointed.
Google announced a new education program that will help teachers manage and push out apps and other educational content to classroom Android tablets.
Of course, we don’t want the pilots using iPhones while flying.
Dropbox vice president Sujay Jaswa says people should think of Dropbox like the iPad: a technology that may have been aimed at consumers but wound up infiltrating the work world.
While Apple finally put its iPad mini commercial out for public consumption over the weekend, some fans of Microsoft’s new line of tablets have already started to produce spoofs.
While there were plenty of people decrying injustices of Apple rolling out a new version of its 10-inch iPad less than a year after it debuted the last one, it hasn’t stopped people from buying iPads.
It also announced that it’ll start paying out dividends of $2.65 per common stock to its customers on Nov. 15 to all who are stockholder by the close of business on Nov. 12.
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.
A photo of what looks like the shell of a new 10-inch iPad have leaked online, which show off Apple’s new 8-pin Lightning dock connector.
Though Albert Einstein, one of the greatest physicists in history, is long gone, his brain lives on. No, not zombie-style; slides of the man’s brain came out in iPad app form today for anyone to study like a scientist.
Tablets are growing at an unprecedented pace. The tablet market was born in April, 2010 with the launch of the iPad, and within 18 months, it had penetrated 11 percent of U.S. households. Check out this neat infographic on the meteoric rise of the tablet market.
Last month saw several big stories on poor working conditions at the factories in China where makes Apple products. Chief executive Tim Cook initially responded by saying that Apple had nothing to apologize for. Now Apple has announced a series of special “voluntary audits” at Foxconn factories in Shenzen and Chengdu, China by the Fair Labor Association.
Apple is apparently planning to celebrate the tenth anniversary of its retail stores this month with a slew of improvements spearheaded by none other than Steve Jobs and design head Jon Ive, 9to5 Mac reports.