Believe it or not, Apple’s fanbase extends even to the former Soviet Union, where items like the iPhone have been in high grey market demand since its introduction in 2007. Now, it looks like Russia could get an official Apple Store, smack dab in the middle of Red Square in Moscow.
While no one wants to see tragedy on the scale of what happened last week in Japan, it’s heartening to see how people can come together in the wake of such events, with Apple’s retail stores in the country helping offer solace.
We'll be covering the iPad 2 launch extensively today. We'll have pictures from around the country of the lines, the smiles and the anticipation for Apple's next tablet device. Stay tuned, because we'll be updating this gallery all day.
So you plan on waiting in line for an iPad 2, but you don't know what to pack, what to do to keep yourself entertained, or how to ensure that you stay warm? Oh, well that's why we wrote you this handy guide, of course. Here are a few tips for staying warm, staying entertained, and making the most out of your iPad-line-waiting experience.
What began as a dispute at the Easton Town Center Apple Store location in Columbus, Ohio ended with a 16-year-old shooting his younger brother outside of the store, who died several days later from the single gunshot wound.
In case you didn’t hear, a new iPhone was released this week, and you know what that means: Crowds of people clamoring to get Apple’s latest and greatest. Except in Verizon’s case, for the most part the crowds failed to materialize.
The spotlight is back on the iPhone 4, with the first Verizon commercial hitting YouTube and new, slightly modified bumper cases that work with both carrier’s models making their way to an Apple Store near you.
For those of our readers that can't get enough Apple legal news, your ship has come in this week. Yesterday, we told you about a lawsuit mounted against Apple and a few of iOS developers for which alleges that location and usage information supplied by iOS devices to Apple and third-party developers was being shared with advertisers without permission. Today, we've got something a little different, but just as interesting: An allegation against Apple of workplace discrimination.
Count us as among the folks scratching our heads in bewilderment when Microsoft announced they were going to fire up those copying machines and open a chain of retail stores. A new report finds that the effort appears to be faltering at best.
If you've ever made an appointment for the Genius Bar (or other service) at your local Apple Store, then you know how easy it can be to sign up; however, things can get a little hectic when you actually arrive to the store. A new app for employees, coupled with an update for the Apple Store application, however, could change this.