Having spent $1,251.75 on the campaign, developer David Smith calculates that his company paid $15 for each of the 84 downloads of the 99 cent Audiobooks app.
UK resellers reflect on the first day's iPad sales.
Apple subsidiary Filemaker has seen more than 200,000 templates downloaded from the Bento Template Exchange.
A man used the Pocket First Aid & CPR app on his iPhone to perform first aid on himself following the Haiti earthquake.
Two thousand workers at the factory where Apple's iPhone is built went on strike last week.
JBL's Reference 430 headphones are more flashy than fabulous.
O2 says it will disconnect iPhone owners who use the new internet tethering feature in the iPhone 3.0 update without signing up for its bolt-on service.
Crowds aren't matching those for last year's iPhone 3G launch, but iPhone fans were still up bright and early Friday in the UK, joining queues outside O2 shops and the Apple Stores.
Macworld UK's Karen Haslam looks back at the product news coming out of last week's Apple Expo in Paris.
Macworld UK editors Mark Hattersley and Karen Haslam share their impressions after Tuesday's iPhone announcement in London.
After announcing a November 9 release date for the iPhone in the U.K., Apple CEO Steve Jobs and O2 CEO Matthew Key fielded questions about the pricing and features of the mobile device.
Apple Computer Inc. has prevailed in its case regarding logo use in iTunes against Apple Corps.
Articles by Karen Haslam