It's futile to wonder what Apple would do in a given situation if Steve Jobs were still running the company. In fact, it's the worst thing the company could ever do.
Thieves rip off iPad minis, new iMacs may not be holding together, and iOS 6 is going hog-wild downloading podcasts.
But the Macalope's gotta do it.
Hon Hai can't keep up with iPhone demand, a jury supplies a reason for Apple to pay out a good chunk of change, and we demand a ride in Eddy Cue's Ferrari.
Google's working on an iOS Maps app that may never see the light of day, Apple may soon let Siri buy your movie tickets, and Steve Jobs gets fully posable.
A Steve Jobs creation sets sail, Scott Forstall isn't sorry one bit, and you'll soon be able to buy lightbulbs at your local Apple Store.
It's already October. That means that it's just a few weeks to Halloween, and then a few more to Thanksgiving, and then it's time to start feeling holly and jolly, whoa nelly, let's pause and take a break with another edition of the The Weekly Wrap.
Pundits work out their own issues by writing about Apple. Apparently.
Apple has had a busy, bumpy time since Steve Jobs died last October 5. Here are the ten biggest events in the company's eventful year.
Steve Jobs died one year ago. Apple after Jobs is an awful lot like Apple with him at the helm. That's his legacy.