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It’s time for iPhone to “get the family treatment,” former Apple creative director and strategy consultant Ken Segall says.
Last year, 44 million Americans bought at least one song or album from iTunes. This month, the digital music store that changed the way we buy music will celebrate its 10th birthday.
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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.
The speculation is that Apple is designing a new iWatch that connects to iPhones, relays messages, and displays status alerts. But would the company that reinvented the computer, the phone, and the way we consume media be aiming so low?
Wondering what to get that kid on your Christmas list? Wonder no more, the answer is easy. But warm up the credit cards — it is going to put a massive dent in your finances.
“It’s been an incredible year … a truly prolific year of innovation for Apple,” Tim Cook said today. He’s right.
The iPods will ship to buyers within the next two to five weeks; Apple’s own store promises shipping for the iPods will start in October. However, some of the more popular colors for the nano and iPod may take up to two months to reach your eager little mitts.
Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy Player 5.8, a huge (literally) addition to the company’s Player lineup for listening to music, watching videos, and playing Android games and apps. Too bad no one’s going to buy it.
Editor's Pick Remember the viral video about the old man in a nursing home who almost literally comes alive when hearing music? The video went viral in April this year, with more than six million views in four days.
Editor's Pick Apple investors jumped for joy at the company’s first quarter earnings report today, with results that beat high Wall Street expectations. The company earned a record net profit of $13.06 billion on revenue of $46.33 billion and sold a record 37 million iPhone units.
Editor's Pick If you’re reading this blog, chances are you are the type of person who thinks a gadget can make for a mind-blowing gift.
Apple was probably cheering this weekend with a record-breaking number of iPhone 4S units sold, but we’re certain the company isn’t happy today with fourth quarter earnings that didn’t meet Wall Street’s hefty expectations. Apple hasn’t missed Street targets in a very long while.
Editor's Pick Apple fans are nowhere near done paying their respects to the man who arguably jump-started the smartphone revolution.
Possibly following-up on a reference to a “product transition” mentioned in Apple’s last earning call, the company’s iPod Classic and iPod Shuffle may get retired indefinitely, reports TUAW.
Guest Post Music video games such as Activision Blizzard’s Guitar Hero and Electronic Arts/MTV/Harmonix’s Rock Band were among gaming’s fastest-growing sectors a few years ago, soaring to become a $1.7 billion business by 2008. But after a 46-percent sales crash in 2009, they become a cautionary tale and fodder for endless jokes describing “the day the music died.”
Video game retailer GameStop may soon push mobile gaming in its stores. The company is apparently planning to start offering Apple’s entire suite of iOS devices, including the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, reports 9to5Mac.
Steve Jobs shifted the technology landscape countless times as Apple’s CEO. Now that he’s retired from that role, we’ll also miss the many great moments that his singular personality has brought us.
[Update: I probably should have specified a timeline for this market reaction. There's short term and long term. The market punished apple immediately in after market trading, as pointed out below. And yes, a week later, Apple's stock is actually higher than it was last week, as Gruber points out, BUT that comes after a week where the overall market had a nice upturn. Apple doesn't look so great in this perspective, where it appears slightly down compared to the market. But clearly, the most impact is going to come long-term, and that game has yet to play out].
Apple posted another record-breaking quarter by making $7.3 billion — or $7.79 in earnings per share — in income off $28.6 billion in revenue.
Apple’s App Store, the store in which iPod, iPhone, and iPad users buy and download applications, has surpassed 500,000 approved applications according to a combined estimate by Chomp, 148apps, and Chillingo.
Apple just released its earnings report for the second quarter of fiscal year 2011, and it topped analyst estimates once again.
Using a USB cord to sync your information may become a thing of the past. Apple CEO Steve Jobs is apparently pushing hard to make wireless syncing standard in the next iPod, according to a source from Cult of Mac.
After trying (and failing) time and again to take on Apple’s iPod, Microsoft is finally killing off its Zune media player, a source tells Bloomberg’s Dina Bass.
Apple delivered a stellar fourth quarter by bringing in almost $27 billion in revenue during the holiday season — another record for the iPhone and Mac manufacturer.