Category: Steve Jobs
It seems like CES was just yesterday. Now it’s time to head even further west, near the dock of the bay, for Macworld 2013.
Pixar’s main campus building is now appropriately called The Steve Jobs Building.
One year ago today, one of the greatest innovators of our time passed away: Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
The irony behind the burglary of the home of late Apple CEO Steve Jobs in uncanny.
It’s safe to assume that 35-year-old Kariem McFarlin was a bit freaked out and taken back.
Apple is expected to release an updated model of its iMac desktop computer in October, likely alongside its next-generation iPhone and possibly a smaller iPad.
Under Apple CEO Tim Cook, Apple’s DNA culture isn’t going to change, but expect even more surprises from the world’s most valuable company.
Could we possibly be closer be making video phone calls and telling your TV what channel you want to watch?
Apple is rumored to release a $799 MacBook Air in the third quarter to rival against Intel ultrabooks. If this comes to fruition, it would be the first non-iOS device by Apple currently on the market to be cheaper than an iPad.
Apple announced today that it posted second quarter revenue of $39.2 billion and a net quarterly profit of $11.6 billion, up – a 58.8 percent and 93.6 percent increase, respectively, from the year-ago quarter. Simply put, Apple is doing quite well. So well in fact that it announced in its earnings call that it has $110 billion in cash reserves, which is up from $81.5 billion in September 2011. To put things into perspective, the United States has about $50 billion in reserves right now (and more than $14 TRILLION in debt).