Chinese manufacturing firm Foxconn, best known for making Apple's popular iPhone and iPad ranges, has announced plans to allow staff to elect union representatives, the latest in a series of changes at the company aimed at improving working conditions and the firm's ailing reputation.
After months of speculation about an update to the Apple TV, the production of a sleeker, more powerful Apple TV is on its way.
Apple has unveiled a 128GB version of the iPad 4, in addition to the latest version of iOS, which adds LTE support to 36 more mobile phone carriers around the world.
Since September 2012 Apple has lost 37% of their value. Once reigning as the world’s most valuable corporation, Exxon just recently surpassed them attaining the #1 spot, once again.
It will soon be illegal for anyone in the U.S. to unlock his or her smartphone to use it for another provider. The U.S. Library of Congress determined back in October 2012 that it was legal for consumer to unlock their smartphones, but only until January 26th, 2013.
Apple has discovered 74 underage workers at one of its suppliers in China as part of a latest round of audits, resulting in the iPhone maker ending its relationship with the company.
Smartphone users can become a do-it-yourself optician, thanks to a newly approved eye examination device that clips onto an iPhone.
There have been a lot of case mods over the years, some of them excellent, some good, and then some that just suck. This case mod, however, is nothing short of awesome and will definitely make the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs, regardless of which OS is your preference.
Tablets are usually considered as content viewing / playback devices, rather than content creation tools, which was the realm of PCs and workstations. However, in 3-D graphics apps such as CAD and 3-D visualization, they have a chance – here’s the first AutoCAD experience on the iPad Mini…
Apple lost a percentage of its value on Monday after news was made aware about the company cutting their iPhone orders in half.
Foxconn, best known for assembling Apple's iPhone and iPad products, is under investigation in China over allegations that it looked for bribes from suppliers.
According to a report by the Wall Street Journal (and by the less reliable Digitimes), Apple might be working on a less expensive and lower spec little brother to the iPhone.
There's nothing new about someone losing their smartphone, it happens all the time, and we've all heard the stories of how some of them managed to get their smartphones back. But I wonder how many involved the use of a hammer and the OKCupid dating site?
Rumors about Apple introducing a new line of HDTVs have been squashed. Experts say the TV is being delayed by digital rights management concerns. Other predictions say Google will expand their Google Fiber Internet into more cities.
Apple has refused to fix the Do Not Disturb bug that has plagued iPhones since the turn of the year, suggesting users simply wait it out until the feature returns to normal next week.
Samsung has secured the top three slots for Christmas smartphone sales and the top spot for the entire year of 2012 thanks to its popular Galaxy range, beating Apple's once dominating iPhone, according to the latest Mobile Tracker report by uSwitch.
Apple has always maintained that using a pen as a digital input device is old school thinking and not something that Apple want to associate with its touch-centric philosophy and that you will never see an iPad with a digital pen. Well according to a new patent that may not exactly be the truth anymore.
A local search startup is attempting to bring some search goodness to Apple's iOS platform but rather than use Apple's map SDK they are going to be using the recently released Maps iOS SDK from Google, which they will use to bring an interesting 'social' aspect to mobile search.
As is the case with every end of year celebrations we look to the market leaders like Apple, Android and others to see just how well they have done. In the case of competing App Stores there is no doubt who the winner is, and by a huge margin.
In what has to be a rather unorthodox style of data mining self-styled "information massage therapist", A.X. Ian took to Twitter for 24 hours following Christmas to find which of the tablets on the market was winning the sales numbers.