Report: Apple prepping iPad Mini invites for October launch

Apple is reportedly preparing to send out official invitations for an event on October 17th in San Francisco where the company is widely expected to introduce the oft-rumored iPad Mini.



Apple patches iPhone 5 Verizon bug

It's only been out for several days but the iPhone 5 is already getting its first bug patched.

Tim Cook officially apologizes for Apple maps

Cook says sorry for less than stellar maps.

Apple music logo trademark rejected

Apparently Apple doesn't always win when it comes to intellectual property law.

Regional carriers begin selling iPhone 5

The iPhone 5 is now available for a variety of smaller regional carriers.

Amazon wants Apple's "app store" lawsuit to close

Amazon thinks Apple's lawsuit over the name "app store" should just be dismissed already.

Turn-by-turn directions scuppered Apple/Google Maps deal

The reason so many iPhone users are getting lost is that Apple and Google couldn't agree on turn-by-turn directions, a new report claims.

Report: Apple's A6 processor clocks in at 1.3GHz



A recent series of benchmark tests seem to indicate that Apple’s A6 SoC powering the iPhone 5 is clocked at approximately 1.3GHz, rather than the 1.02GHz reported earlier this week.

The dissatisfied maps of iOS 6

A recent survey conducted by a consumer research firm known as On Device recently polled 16,000 Apple iPhone owners in the United States.

NFC pundit downplays iPhone 5

At least one player in the NFC world doesn't see the iPhone 5's lack of support as a huge deal.

Scratches are normal, Apple tells buyers

Let's hope that all the purchasers of the iPhone 5 like the distressed look: while users have been complaining of scuffs and chips, they've been told that it's all percently normal.

Horizon flight attendant steals passenger iPad

Want to fly the friendly skies? You should think twice about Horizon Air.

Report: Apple still wants ARM-powered MacBooks and iMacs



Apple's mobile iOS devices are currently powered by RISC-based ARM architecture. However, Cupertino's iMac and MacBook lineups are still powered by Intel x86 processors.

The iPhone 5 hits 5 million sales

Here's a shocker - the iPhone 5 is a bona fide hit.

Riot breaks out at troubled Apple supplier

Apple supplier Foxconn has been forced to shut down its Taiyuan factory in China after a riot involving 2,000 workers broke out late last night.

Apple's iPhone 5 outperforms Android Galaxy S III and RAZR M



Apple's recently launched iPhone 5 has outperformed Samsung's Galaxy S III and Motorola's Droid RAZR M in a series of benchmark tests.

A look inside the A6 chip powering the iPhone 5



Apple's indigenously designed A6 SoC apparently boasts "a very unique processor design," along with dual custom CPU cores and three graphics processor cores, most likely a PowerVR SGX 543MP3 running at 266MHz.

The iPhone 5 gets teardown treatment

It's iPhone 5 launch day, which means it's iPhone 5 teardown day.

Apple under fire for disastrous Maps app

Apple's decision to dump Google maps with iOS 6 and go with its own solution is looking like a disaster.

Apple’s iOS 6 goes live

Apple's long-awaited iOS 6 has gone live for the iPhone 3GS/4/4S, the iPad 2, the new iPad, and the fourth- and fifth-generation iPod touch.