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iPhone sales surge in South Korea, China and Japan

iPhone sales surge in South Korea, China and Japan

According to Counterpoint Research, Apple saw a heavy increase in iPhone sales after the launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in key Asian markets, including South Korea, China and Japan. The Cupertino giant managed to claim one-third of smartphone sales in South Korea in November 2014,...
Apple unhappy with BBC labor report, says no other company does more for workers

Apple comes out swinging against BBC labor report, says no other company does more for workers

Apple is not happy about the recent report from the BBC alleging worker mistreatment at factories assembling Apple's devices. The report alleged, for instance, that workers fell asleep during their long shifts on iPhone 6 production lines, or were made to work several days in a row without a day...
Comic: 2015 is going to be a huge year for Apple fans!

Comic: 2015 is going to be a huge year for Apple fans!

Ed: When the staff's away, it's time for some play. We're excited to introduce The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. This week: Product (and excitement) lifecycles. (All too fitting for CES week.) Now, I'm not saying...

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Why Apple is underestimated so insanely always

Why Apple is underestimated so insanely always

Last year, the level of stupidity surrounding Apple was best exemplified by Haunted Empire, the calamitously bad book that tried to make the "Tim Cook's company is doomed" meme mainstream. Yesterday, Apple announced the most profitable quarter in the history of the business world — of which the...
This is Tim: Cook on Apple's record 2015 first quarter

This is Tim: Cook on Apple's record 2015 first quarter

Ed: Tim Cook spoke at length during today's 2015 Q1 financial call on Apple's historic numbers, the billionth iOS device sold, and so much more. Here's a transcript of his opening remarks as well as his answers to questions from analysts. Tim Cook's opening remarks Today we're reporting a...
Highlights from Apple's Q1 2015 conference call

Highlights from Apple's Q1 2015 conference call

Apple has just announced record breaking results for Q1 2015 — 74.5 million iPhones, 21.4 million iPads, 5.5 million Macs sold, $74.6 billion in revenue — and now it's time to sit back, relax, and listen to their quarterly conference call. Apple's CEO, Tim Cook and CFO, Luca Maestri should be...
Apple announces Q1 2015 results: 74.5 million iPhones, 21.4 million iPads, 5.5 million Macs sold, $74.6 billion in revenue earned!

Apple announces Q1 2015 results: 74.5 million iPhones, 21.4 million iPads, 5.5 million Macs sold, $74.6 billion in revenue earned!

Apple has announced their Q1 2015 earnings and the numbers include Apple announces Q1 2015 results: 74.5 million iPhones, 21.4 million iPads, 5.5 million Macs sold, $74.6 billion in revenue earned! Apple's CEO, Tim Cook: "We'd like to thank our customers for an incredible quarter, which saw...
Apple Q1 2015 results coming 4:30pm ET, call at 5pm ET — be here!

Apple Q1 2015 results coming 4:30pm ET, call at 5pm ET — be here!

If you're interested in AAPL the stock as much as you are Apple the company, then this is your reminder that Q1 2015 earnings will be announced at 1:30pm PT, 4:30pm ET this afternoon with the usual conference call to follow at 2pm PT. iMore will be providing our usual color and commentary before...
Apple hires digital retail exec from Burberry for 'Special Projects'

Apple hires digital retail exec from Burberry for 'special projects'

Apple has made a new hire from Burberry, the fashion house once run by current Apple SVP of Retail Angela Ahrendts. According to his Twitter and LinkdIn profiles, Chester Chipperfield, previously Burberry's Vice President of Digital and Interactive Design, will now be working on Special Projects...
Apple products will reportedly undergo security inspection by Chinese officials

Apple products will reportedly undergo security inspection by Chinese officials

Apple will reportedly allow the Chinese government to conduct security inspections of the products the company sells in China. The inspections would be a way to curb worries that other governments are using Apple products for surveillance against China. The vast majority of Apple's products (with...
SEC filing details Apple exec earnings; Millard Drexler to retire from board

SEC filing details Apple exec earnings; Millard Drexler to retire from board

Apple submitted a filing to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) today that not only gives us the breakdown of earnings for the tech giant's top executives, but also announces that board member Millard Drexler will be retiring after the company's annual shareholder meeting on March 10...
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Apple ending iPhone and other product sales in Crimea on Feb. 1

Apple has sent out letters to retailers in Crimea informing them that they should end shipments and sales of its products like the iPhone to that country, along with its services, on February 1. This move comes a few days after Apple informed software developers in Crimea it was ending their...
iPhone sales surge in South Korea, China and Japan

iPhone sales surge in South Korea, China and Japan

According to Counterpoint Research, Apple saw a heavy increase in iPhone sales after the launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in key Asian markets, including South Korea, China and Japan. The Cupertino giant managed to claim one-third of smartphone sales in South Korea in November 2014,...

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