Billionaire Carl Icahn invested in Apple yet again, saying the company is “extremely cheap” as its stock continues to fall.
Apple’s new program where you can trade in an old iPhone to get credit for a new iPhone purchase has gone live at all Apple Stores today.
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.
iPhones are at risk not just from downloading apps that steal contact lists or clicking on malicious links. Now hackers can spread malware through cracked chargers.
Apple is wait-listing law enforcement when they ask the company to unlock iPhones and other devices as a part of evidence discovery.
Of course, we don’t want the pilots using iPhones while flying.
Home Depot is pulling nearly 10,000 Blackberry phones from its incentive plans for executives today and replacing them with iPhones.
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.
Despite a big quarterly profit dip, AT&T is still succeeding at getting smartphones out the door.
Despite rumors that Sprint was killing off the iPhone 4, the company says it’s still sell the aging iPhone model, but only on its website.
No fear, iPhone 4S users, you won’t have to go without your precious phones for long. Electronics buy-back site Gazelle extended the amount of time consumers have to send in their gadgets after locking in a quote.
Analysts aren’t going big on their expectations for Apple’s earnings this quarter.
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.