CEO of Liquidmetal Technologies has confirmed that Apple will be using the glass-like metallic substance called "Liquidmetal" in upcoming products. This is exciting news due to the strength, flexibility, and aesthetic appeal of the material which could be ideally be used in Apple's iOS family of devices, such as the iPhone and iPad.
According to 9to5mac, Facebook will be integrated into iOS 6 in a system wide fashion, similar to what iOS already has with Twitter.
A judge has refused Apple's request to prevent quotations from its co-founder and former CEO, the late Steve Jobs, to be used in the trial against Motorola Mobility.
Sources in Apple's supply chain pointed out to DigiTimes that it would be "highly difficult" to relocate Apple's production lines to the United States. Currently, almost all of Apple's products are actually assembled in Asia.
Dissecting the beta version of iOS 6, 9to5mac has provided a lot of information on the upcoming iPhone device (N41AP/iPhone5,1). They also included a photo and details of the upcoming 3D map application.
Students & Scholars Against Corporate Misbehaviour (SACOM) says that Foxconn hasn't cleaned up their act, following the company’s promise to improve conditions for their workers.
Tech blog BGR claims to have it from a "trusted source" that Apple is going to showcase the operating system for its television set at this year's Worldwide Developer's Conference in June.
On Wednesday, Apple crossed a barrier which had been preventing it from selling a 3G device in China. This could very well be the iPad, which Apple has had trouble selling in the country due to a legal battle.
A new report on heavy data users shows that iPhone owners account for a vast majority of the heaviest data users, but the data is unclear as to why that is.
The FCC (Federal Communications Commission) is considering a change in the definition of "multichannel video programming distributor", or MVPD. Such a move would make much easier for Apple to compete with pay TV providers in the case that they release a long rumored iTV.
Today, 9to5mac released a supposed picture of the back plate of Apple's next iPhone. Later, they released higher resolution photos and enumerated some of the new aspects featured in the leaked parts.
Eight out of 10 smartphones shipped in the first quarter of this year were powered by Google's Android or Apple's iOS platforms, highlighting the continued dominance of the two companies in the mobile industry.
Apple and Samsung have failed to settle patent disputes after two days of court-ordered negotiation.
Security firm McAfee has warned of a significant increase in malware across all platforms in the first quarter of this year, with mobile devices and Macs being increasingly targeted.
Sources of the MacRumors tech blog has supplied supposed images of a future iPod touch front panel, and other parts for the next iPod touch and iPhone.
Apple sent out a brochure to its neighbors in Cupertino, looking for feedback on its planned "Campus 2", for which the company hopes to break ground this year.
A lawsuit is being filed against Apple, accusing the company of misleading consumers in the advertisement of its iCloud service.
According to a Microsoft official, Windows Phone handsets are overtaking the iPhone in the People's Republic of China.
A post on Patently Apple enumerates the manufacturing process of a new seamless, unitary design for electronics housings. Apple may use this future process to create devices that appear as a single, undivided piece.
In Apple's digital store, the word 'jailbreak' was being replaced with a censored 'j*******k'. After much ridicule on Twitter and the blogosphere, Apple quickly removed the censorship.