Apple continued its run of strong iPhone 5 sales over the weekend when its latest smartphone went on sale in China. The company today announced that it sold more than two million smartphones in China, a record sales total for an opening weekend in that market. Apple released the iPhone 5 in more international markets last week, and it plans to make the device available in more than 100 countries by the end of the year.
Apple has weathered embarrassing reports concerning the failures of the Maps application in its iOS 6 software, but the latest report from an Australian police force ranks among the worst.
Texas Instruments announced earlier this year that it would ease out of mobile chipset development because of increased competition and clients who began designing their own chips. According to The Next Web, Apple is scooping up some of TI's laid-off talent to work on its mobile processors.
Apple quietly began selling the iPhone 5 unlocked and without a contract last night, making the popular phone available to customers who do not wish to sign a two-year agreement.
Apple has released iTunes 11, the major rewrite of its app and media management software that the company promised when it unveiled the iPhone 5 in September.
T-Mobile has been rumored to officially sell the Apple iPhone several times since 2007, but the U.S.'s fourth-biggest carrier has yet to carry the nation's most popular device. Could that change soon?
The collective volume of Android smartphone sales has made Android the most prevalent operating system for several quarters, but the Apple iPhone 5 has propelled iOS to the top of the market, according to Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.
Apple has begun selling its iPad mini with Wi-Fi + Cellular at three of the nation's largest carriers. Having already sold millions of the Wi-Fi only model, today's sale introduces the iPad mini to customers who want to purchase the tablet with a data plan.
A group of thieves managed to steal $1.5 million worth of Apple iPad Minis from a cargo building at John F. Kennedy airport, making off with about 3,600 tablets before escaping security.
AT&T has announced that it will allow any Apple iOS 6 customer with an LTE device to use FaceTime over Cellular, ending a practice that previously allowed only customers on a Mobile Share plan to access the video calling feature.