It may not be the $37.4 billion windfall analysts were expecting, but Apple surpassed its own $34 billion estimates for its fiscal third quarter, with international sales making up 62 percent of the company's fortunes.
It may have been quietly slipped into a quote from CEO Tim Cook, but Apple has confirmed what we all assumed anyway: OS X Mountain Lion will be making its way onto the Mac App Store on Wednesday, July 25, 2012.
Although Jonathan Ive gets most of the spotlight for his sleek hardware designs, it's senior vice president of hardware engineering Bob Mansfield who's tasked with the job of making them a reality in recent years -- but that era is coming to an end.
It's hard to imagine that anything at Apple could be run more tightly than it was under Steve Jobs' rule, but a new report claims that CEO Tim Cook has been clamping down harder on quality control in the company's supply chain.
Apple may have gone notebook crazy at the WWDC 2012 keynote on Monday, but Mac desktop lovers were not amused by the company’s half-hearted Mac Pro refresh -- and judging from the comments of executives in Cupertino, the next generation of desktops may not arrive until 2013.
Your well connected pals at Mac|Life will be seated mere feet from the stage, live blogging every beat of the action with lightening-fast finger speed. Join us Monday, June 11 at 9:00am PST for our official live blog of the WWDC 2012 keynote. Be sure sign in to the live blog to join the discussion with Editor-in-Chief, Chris Slate.
This is it, folks -- all of the rumor mongering and speculation has led to this day, the start of the 2012 Worldwide Developer Conference. Apple CEO Tim Cook kicked off the week-long event with a keynote address bringing everyone up to speed on recent developments.