Apple will hold its next quarterly financial conference call on April 23, but it may not be business as usual for the company.
Yes, yes, it's April Fool's Day. But here at the Remains of the Day, it's business as usual. So you can read about non-resellable MP3s, rumors about the next two iPhones, and Tim Cook's handsome, handsome yearbook photos without any fear that we're out to fool you.
Developer Silvio Rizzi has promised that he will continue to develop his Google Reader-based Mac/iOS RSS app Reeder even after the service shutters down this summer.
Despite the patch for the latest Apple security hole, concerns remain about the company's track record in that arena. But, hey, can you really blame Apple, when it may be busy building a game controller and a streaming music service?
Apple would really, really, really appreciate it if you'd give Final Cut Pro X just one more chance. Elsewhere, iPhone 5S rumors are running rampant on the streets, and photographic proof of Steve Jobs's most daring choice.
Siri's getting its day in court, Apple's putting boots on the ground around the world, and the Biggest Little City in the World is getting its head in the cloud.
The current iPhone 5 used on AT&T's network is compatible with some, but not all, of T-Mobile's networks. A version of the smartphone with broader support is due out next month.
Apple may soon expand its footprint in India, but your iCloud syncing probably won't get any better. At least you'll be able to find your way around, uh, indoors.
T-Mobile announced on Tuesday that the iPhone will be available on its network beginning on April 12.
Next time you drive the Chevy to the levee, you can do it with Siri's help. Elsewhere, do you remember where you were the day the MacBook Pro's slogan died? And Apple proves no moss grows on a rolling iPhone.
Nokia's chief executive officer executes an iPhone, Jony Ive's team cozies up with Apple's software folks, and now you'll know exactly which apps might try to take a bite out of your wallet after you download.
Apple's still tops in smartphone smiles, Google's chairman lodges a foot in his mouth yet again, and a satirical game gets the boot from the App Store.
Apple's released its annual environmental progress report, in which it touts that its data centers are now 100-percent fueled by renewable energy.
One patent-holding firm says it will see Apple in court. Elsewhere, people continue to pontificate on Apple's newest hire, and Walmart takes a page from Apple's playbook--and uses Apple's devices to do it.
Apple gives credit where credit is due, one app developer illustrates the difficulty of creating software, and police take down an Apple-related theft ring--with a twist.