No doubt about it, the big news on Thursday was our top recap story: The lightning fast sellout of WWDC 2013 tickets. Judging from our own Twitter feed, there are plenty of bummed-out developers who didn't whip out the credit cards quite fast enough, a situation that has many calling for Apple to change how they sell tickets next time around. But there's a little something for everyone in today's recap, so read on...
They say what goes up, must come down -- and in the case of Apple stock, investors have put the company through quite a wild ride in recent years. But what happens when the iPhone maker's income growth stalls for real?
Like something out of a classic George A. Romero zombie movie, rumors of Apple's so-called "iWatch" keep lumbering forward in search of human flesh. (Okay, maybe not that last part, but they are in search of deep profit margins.)
Forget Prince -- it was the music industry that was partying like it's 1999, although it's mostly been a downhill slide ever since. Thanks to digital music and Adele, the bleeding may have stopped for now.
Riddle us this: E-tail giant Amazon barely makes a profit in Q4 2012, yet their stock sees a gain of 10 percent, while Apple makes a huge profit during the same quarter and gets punished by its stockholders.
Despite widespread use around the world, prepaid cell phones have never really caught on in the U.S., where two-year commitments stubbornly refuse to go away. But two companies whose fate depends on prepaid have watched their fortunes plummet during what is typically a strong quarter.
Apple CEO Tim Cook brought senior vice president of iOS software Scott Forstall onto the “Let’s talk iPhone” keynote stage to chat about iOS 5 developer adoption, recap forthcoming iOS 5 features and unveil a new Cards app from Apple which revives the long-lost iCards feature from the .Mac days, this time for the iPhone.
Following updates on Apple’s retail store operations, CEO Tim Cook got down to business, sharing news on the company’s launch of OS X Lion and steep growth across every product category Cupertino has to offer.