It's a move that could be as big as when Apple first launched iTunes.
We may see an incrementally upgraded iPhone 4 before Apple stamps the number '5' on a new phone.
The first official biography of Apple CEO Steve Jobs is set to come out in early 2012.
The first Apple Store in Russia may be coming soon.
Apple thinks the ads that appear on iPhone and iPad are so cool, users would be willing to download an app that is nothing but ads.
According to a new rumor, Apple has canceled its plan to open a new retail storefront in New York's Grand Central terminal, a plan that itself was only just a rumor.
Apple will be removing a number of third-party peripherals, hardware, and software from its retail stores, in order to make more room for employees to sit down with customers and set up their newly purchased Mac computers.
Apple has shipped more than a million of its new laptop line the Macbook Air, proving that it is more than just an iPod and iPhone company these days.
Steve Jobs, who was greeted with a standing ovation at today's event, has just revealed the iPad 2. It has so many new bells and whistles it almost makes the original iPad look like an artifact.
After indefinitely stepping away from Apple's day-to-day responsibilities to tend to his worsening medical condition, Steve Jobs delighted fans today by defying the odds and stepping onto the stage to introduce today's expected iPad 2 announcement.
There are a lot of Steve Jobs rumors being spread around these days. One thing that's known for sure is that his health is taking a turn for the worse, as he has stepped down from his day-to-day role at Apple. But despite that, there's a new report suggesting Jobs will be on hand for the launch of the iPad 2.
If you believe rumors that spread on well-known Apple blogs, then this one looks, sounds, and smells like a real deal. Apple will reportedly be holding a large meeting with retail store employees to discuss changes to the company's product offering.
Usually we just point and laugh at whatever drivel the National Enquirer decides to publish, but the tabloid has just posted information that Steve Jobs only has six weeks to live and is gaining a lot of attention.
Steve Jobs is very ill and hasn't been working full-time for more than three weeks, but he wants people to know he's still working for the company, telecommuting as best he can.
Apple still hasn't confirmed that it's working on a successor to the iPad, but it looks like the company has already finished designing it and ordering the right parts because it's already hitting the assembly line.
What other Fortune 500 company's stock is so dependent on one man that if he takes a little time off for medical reason, the market cap of the company instantly falls? This is Steve Jobs.
Apple's much talked about digital software store for the Mac operating system is now a thing of reality. Launching alongside the streamlined service is more than 1,000 apps, with a wide selection of both free and premium content.
As it was one of the best-selling products in all of 2010, the iPad is most certainly not leaving any time soon. But when can we expect the next in this line of Apple tablets?
The latest Apple scuttlebutt is that the company is scrambling hard behind the scenes to launch a new iPhone-like App Store for its home computer platform, and plans to have it ready for prime time by next Tuesday.
If there was ever a technology industry figure who could be represented with a tiny body, big head, and a lot of gloss, it's Steve Jobs.