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Apple announced a new iPhone, iPod, and iOS at its event on September 12th. Take a look at the pictures.
The iPhone 5 made its debut Wednesday, as expected. But it wasn't the only hardware and software Apple showed off at a San Francisco press event.
A new iPod touch, with improved camera and support for iOS 6, and a bigger iPod nano are both on the way.
The latest spy pictures apparently show a much thinner iPhone, the plot thickens with a possible iPod update, and Apple may thin out competition in the dock-connector adapter market.
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is taking a new look at the use of portable electronics on airplanes, seeking public comments starting this week and...
Foxconn, a major supplier to Apple as well as other tech companies, has been steadily improving the working conditions at three of its Chinese factories following a February audit, according to the Fair Labor Association.
The digital breadcrumbs left behind when people use Internet-connected gadgets are what led California investigators to recover iMacs, iPads and other items stolen from the home of the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs this week.
Apple may be putting all of its eggs in one special event basket, while Microsoft announces a product release date with help from the federal government. And Jonathan Ive explains that money doesn't make Apple go 'round.
Here's what Apple CEO Tim Cook had to say on everything from iPad pricing to iPhone rumors during Tuesday's third-quarter earnings call.
New iPod touches and nanos may spring to life this fall, the latest Mac Trojan horse is making its debut, and one director has a new favorite P.A.
Apple reported revenue of $35 billion and profits of $8.8 billion for its fiscal third quarter. Those numbers were up 22 percent and 20.5 percent, respectively, over year-ago figures. In the first full quarter of third-generation iPad sales, Apple sold 17 million iPads, an increase of 84 percent over last year.
Tim Cook is set to kick off this year's D Conference in Southern California, and we'll have a blow-by-blow account of his remarks starting at 6 p.m. PT on Tuesday.
Apple is greener than Kermit the Frog, Robbie Bach is cuddlier than Mr. Snuffleupagus, but John Boehner just reminds me of Bert.