The iPhone 5 is costing Apple more to build than any model since the very first - but still hundreds of dollars less than the retail price.
The Galaxy Tab ban will remain in effect.
Apple reportedly remains on track to sell one billion iOS devices by late 2014 or early 2015.
Comparing the iPhone and Windows 8 may seem somewhat odd. Nevertheless, it aptly showcases the vastly different strategies employed by Microsoft and Apple when it comes to promoting a flagship product.
AT&T says the new iPhone 5 has set a new record, becoming the fastest-selling iPhone that the company has ever offered.
Apple has rolled out its new iTunes app for both the Mac and PC.
Apple showcased its revamped iPod lineup this afternoon at the iPhone 5 launch event in San Francisco, California.
Apple officially launched its long-awaited iPhone 5 this morning at an event in San Francisco, California.
I’m at Intel’s Developer Forum (IDF) today and also covering the iPhone 5 launch at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco.
If you can't beat 'em, join 'em.
A month after Apple scrapped the YouTube app that had come pre-installed since 2007, it's back - bigger, better, and coming courtesy of Google itself.
Anonymous hackers associated with AntiSec made headlines last week after members of the collective extracted and posted at least a million ID numbers associated with various Apple mobile devices.
Apple is widely expected to unveil its long-awaited iPhone 5 on September 12 at an event in San Francisco, California.
No one should be surprised by this latest iPhone 5 detail.
Apple is very close to showing off its new line of home computers.
Apple's reported to be preparing to launch a Pandora-style streaming service, possibly as soon as the end of the year.
Recent industry reports indicate that Cupertino is prepping a new set-top box along with an Apple-branded HDTV.
Yesterday Nokia rolled out its 920 and 820 smartphones. The problem? They are too dissimilar from the iPhones and Android handsets currently on the market.
Sadly, reports of Bruce Willis wanting to take on Apple in court were completely fabricated.
The FBI has denied claims by hacking group AntiSec that it snaffled millions of device IDs from an agent's laptop.