Rumours of a cheaper iPhone have been floating around for ages, but this time around it's expected Apple will indeed introduce a low-cost version of the device, designed with emerging markets in mind.
Intel has decided that there is no hurry getting itself a nice shiny new CEO, according to the strokers of beards and people in the know at analyst outfit Piper Jaffray.
Paul Otellini is being put out to pasture in mid-May and the debate has so far been about if he is to be replaced by an insider or an outsider.
Apple is reportedly preparing to launch a low-cost iPhone later this year.
A Piper Jaffray analyst believes a cheaper "iPhone for the masses" will likely be introduced by Apple at some point in the near future.
The first 14 months of the Wii U is expected to be disappointing compared to Wii hardware sales.
Apple's rumored iPad Mini will likely shake up the tablet market this holiday season - if Cupertino decides to launch a 16-gigabyte iteration at a $300 price point.
A prominent industry analyst believes Cupertino is planning to launch an Apple-branded LCD TV set during the first half of 2013.
Sales of Apple's wildly popular iPad are ramping at an accelerated rate of 156% year over year.
A prominent industry analyst believes Apple will launch a redesigned iPhone 5 along with a potentially expanded iPad lineup in 2012.
A number of prominent analysts believe Google's $12.5 billion purchase of Motorola Mobility and its 17,000 patents are unlikely to significantly affect Apple.
A prominent industry analyst believes sales of Apple's wildly popular iPhone will remain on track despite a massive surge in Android activations.
A prominent industry analyst believes Cupertino’s recently unveiled iCloud heralds the advent of a high-def Apple television set.
Financial analyst Piper Jaffray says that most iPad 2 buyers are new users - a whacking 70 percent, in fact.
Is Apple's "magical" iPad a digital revolutionary? Is it destined - like a more benevolent version of Che Guevara - to free the seething peasant masses from their dependency on unwieldy PCs?
Are you impressed by the long lines outside of Apple stores across the country? Well, don't be, because a shocking 77% of new iPhone 4 sales are just upgrades.
Apple's making peanuts out of the app store, according to a financial analyst who says it's netted less than half a billion dollars since its launch two years ago.