It's that time again! Apple converged on the city of San Jose, California on Tuesday morning to kick off its "we've got a little more to show you" event where the company's key executives are expected to debut a roster of new products.
If you're reading this site, or if you're just a tech enthusiast, you're well aware of one thing: Apple is terrible at keeping a secret. Honestly, the company keeps things under wraps with all the tact of a junior-high schooler. But according to some Apple employees, the supply chain holds every bit of the blame.
In what is certainly a ritual with each Apple event, the California Theatre in San Jose has been getting ready for its moment in the spotlight on Tuesday morning -- although it's not quite the flash and glitz of Moscone West.
With so much going on at Apple in the last 12 months, it's hard to believe that co-founder Steve Jobs has actually been gone during that time. On Friday, Apple's homepage remembers the iconic leader who passed away one year ago.
Apple may be duking it out with Google over smartphones and tablets, but the search giant still has a long way to go before they eclipse the iPhone maker when it comes to the stock market. The same cannot be said for Microsoft, however, now that Mountain View has passed Redmond by nearly $2 billion. Meanwhile, Cupertino is readying their next quarterly results, and you can read all about it right here...
A bit of a mixed bag this week as the news cycle recovers from the iPhone 5 launch. Hey, didn't Amazon do something that no one is talking about anymore? I guess now we batten down the hatches and see whatever became of all those iPad mini rumors. We're just shy of October when the drop is supposed to happen. Here's to waiting.
Under fire from complaints about the revamped Maps app the company released with iOS 6 last week, Apple CEO Tim Cook has posted a public apology -- and even recommends competing products "while we're improving Maps."
The day is finally here, and Apple executives are taking the stage at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco to announce its latest cool products. And as usual, the festivities kicked off with a volley of Apple updates.
According to sources, Apple retail stores are changing "employee performance standards," affecting the customer experience and employee morale. Apparently, despite Apple's recent assertions to the contrary, stories of budget cuts persist. Will the superior shopping experience we've come to expect go away?