The Fair Labor Association (FLA) has revealed that working conditions at factories of Apple supplier Foxconn in China are “above average” and better than those at garment factories.
Apple has revealed that an independent non-profit labour group has launched a major investigation into the working conditions at a number of its suppliers, including the controversial Chinese firm Foxconn.
Rumours have been reignited about a smaller iPad after the Wall Street Journal made a statement that the company is testing an 8-inch model at the moment.
Chinese authorities have seized Apple's iPad tablets from retailers in the Xinhua province over a dispute with a Chinese company which owns the iPad trademark in the country.
Apple could soon be rolling in lots more cash soon, as the US Air Force has expressed interest in buying a whopping 18,000 units of the iPad 2.
The FBI has released its files on the late Steve Jobs, co-founder and former CEO of Apple, who apparently was a questionable character in the eyes of colleagues and the law enforcement agency.
Along with the now more than likely announcement of Apple's iPad 3 within the first week of March, it looks like we could be seeing iOS 5.1 released around the same time – at least that's what a fresh discovery over at YourDailyMac is indicating.
A German court has given Samsung the go-ahead to sell its reworked Galaxy Tab in the country, putting an end to an injunction secured by Apple last year.
Apple is seeking changes to rules regarding how patents relating to crucial technology are dealt with as the company suffers from several patent disputes backfiring.
Apple has delayed a sales ban of its iPhone and iPad ranges in Germany, which could help it avoid a disastrous drop in sales in the largest European economy.
In line with prior reports of a March launch date for Apple's iPad 3, latest word from the rumor mill predicts its launch event within the first week of the month, and shipping to commence around mid month.
A television advert that contains a Steve Jobs lookalike, who praises an Android tablet computer, has resulted in mixed reactions from consumers.
Apple remains the industry leader in terms of customer service quality, but that may soon change, as customer support satisfaction has been steadily dropping for the company over the past 18 months, according to a report by Vocal Laboratories.
Now you can book and purchase your movie tickets in Singapore using your iPhone; there's an app for that. The Box Office app has a clean user interface that is extremely easy to use. Just choose the cinema, the show you want to watch and pick your seats.
Samsung's patent dispute with Apple in Europe have become a full blown headache as the Korean electronics giant lost its appeal against the German ban of its Galaxy Tab and is now being investigated by European Union regulators over alleged patent abuse.
iLuv, a company that manufactures a comprehensive line of accessories for Apple devices, has launched their new mutli-functional, premium Mac adapters and cables. The award-winning plug-and-play Mac adapters and cables claim to incorporate Thunderbolt Technology that supports high-resolution displays and high-performance data devices through a single, compact port.
Samsung has lost a second case in Germany that alleged Apple infringed one of of its mobile patents, but a decision has yet to be made on a third and final patent.
A fresh rumour has started circulating that originates back to a Foxconn employee who says the much anticipated iPhone 5 will arrive in June of this year.
Apple has posted its financial results for the first quarter of its fiscal year 2012, beating Wall Street analyst predictions and showing that the company still has huge growth potential after the passing of its co-founder and former CEO, Steve Jobs.
Apple has lost its appeal in the Netherlands over its attempt to get the Samsung Galaxy Tab, the primary rival to its iPad tablet computer, banned in the country.