Apple is no stranger to the "halo" effect, where one popular product leads to interest in another, such as iPod sales to Windows users leading to more Macs being sold. But it's not just the private sector -- businesses are increasingly buying Apple as well.
Happy Halloween! Whether you're here looking for tricks or treats, we've put together an equal helping of both to round out the month of October. Tomorrow will see the release of the iPad Air, with the iPad mini with Retina Display following close behind later in November. And just in time, because Apple received some truly spooky news about its worldwide market share this week...
T-Mobile's U.S. division has been shaking up the wireless industry in recent months, but is any of this change having a real effect on its bottom line? Thanks largely to the iPhone, all signs point to yes.
While Android tablet makers continue to serve up a dizzying array of new models compared to Apple's relatively simple iPad lineup, the manufacturers remain helpless to offer the one thing users really want: More top apps.
We've seen evidence in the past that Apple is increasingly concerned about its good name in the eyes of human rights activists and environmentalists, and today we learned that it recently made a huge step in order to ensure that it lives up to its commitments. As AppleInsider reports, Apple has assembled a group of academics to present research that details how to improve standards throughout its supply chain.
Remember those yearbook sections where students were voted most likely to succeed or best-looking couple? If the smartphone market were a yearbook, apparently Apple's iPhone would be voted most social.