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Apple honors pride week with flag, t-shirts

Apple honors pride week with flag, t-shirts

It's pride week in San Francisco and Apple showed their continued support for nondiscrimination by raising the rainbow flag in front of the entrance to 1 Infinite Loop, the main building of its Cupertino, California headquarters, and giving out rainbow outlined Apple logo t-shirts. #applepride #...
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Apple mocked again by latest Samsung advertising, but does it have a point?

Samsung USA has pulled the wraps of its latest Apple-mocking ad campaign today, but does it have a point this time? The ads in question — one up top, one down below — show the Galaxy Note 3 and brand new Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1. LeBron James is "running away from this (i)Phone" because of its small,...
There won't be another iPhone-class product, not for Apple, not for anyone, not for a long time

There won't be another iPhone-class product, not for Apple, not for anyone, not for a long time

Apple needs another iPhone-class product or they're doomed. We heard it right after the iPhone was released. We heard it right after the iPad was released. We're hearing it now. From shoddy journalists to market mad-people it's the single most consistent, most bullshit Apple narrative of the last...

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New Apple ad shows Siri marching to the beat of Beats

New Apple ad shows Siri does not understand Beats

Now that Apple has closed its acquisition of Beats, the iPhone-maker has released its first ad highlighting products from both brands. In a new 30-second spot, Apple is showing the Beats Pill Bluetooth speaker working together with Siri. The ad is titled Today is the day. Invitation Only,...
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Apple's acquisition of Beats Electronics gets the all clear from the EU

The EU has reached a decision on Apple's acquisition of Beats Electronics, passing the deal through with the all clear. The $3 billion deal to purchase the Beats brand has been in the works for some time and will enable Apple to absorb not only the new (and fairly popular) music streaming service...
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Apple to acquire radio app Swell for $30 million

Apple is set to remain on its purchasing spree with the acquisition of Swell, a popular radio and podcast compiler app available for both iPhone and iPad. According to Re/code sources, the deal is worth around $30 million, a relatively minor purchase in comparison to Beats Electronics at $3...
Apple reportedly acquired BookLamp startup earlier this year for $10-15 Million

Apple reportedly acquired BookLamp startup earlier this year for $10-15 Million

When it comes to acquiring smaller companies, Apple has a bit of a history of trying to make it all happen as quiet as possible. Sometimes it works and other times, well it doesn't work out so well at all and folks spill the beans on them well before Apple is ready. In the case of BookLamp,...
iMore show 412: Yosemite public beta, Q3 2014 earnings

iMore show 412: Yosemite public beta, Q3 2014 earnings

The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode Rene and Peter talk about the the OS X Yosemite public beta going live today, Apple's Q3 2014 financial results, and allegations of iOS backdoors. Support the iMore show: Go to...
Apple is close to an all-time high and I'm not selling a single share

Apple is close to an all-time high and I'm not selling a single share

Last night Apple published its financial results for Q3 fiscal 2014. iMore has already posted a very detailed set of notes from the quarterly conference call, so I'll just recap a few key numbers and then dive into what I think the quarter means to Apple longer term. As per usual, keep in mind I...
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Apple facing new class-action lawsuit from hourly employees

Apple is going to have to defend against another class-action suit from hourly workers, as 20,000 employees claim they weren't offered breaks for lunch, obligatory rest-breaks, or never received their last paychecks — all three of which are in violation of the state of California's labor laws....
Apple announces Q3 2014 earnings: 35.3m iPhones, 13.3m iPads, 4.4m Macs sold, $7.7 billion in profit!

Apple announces Q3 2014 earnings: 35.3m iPhones, 13.3m iPads, 4.4m Macs sold, $7.7 billion in profit!

Apple announced their Q3 2014 financial results today and the big numbers included 35.2m iPhones, 13.3m iPads, 4.4m Macs sold, $7.7 billion in in profit made. With no new product launches and no big holiday sales driving earnings, Apple still managed to improve year over year in almost all of...
BlackRock's Susan Wagner joins Apple's board with M&A experience

BlackRock's Susan Wagner brings M&A experience to Apple's board

Apple had announced today that its longest serving board member, Bill Campbell, has retired after 17 years of service and to replace his seat will be BlackRock co-founder Susan Wagner. Of note is the fact that Apple highlighted Wagner's experience with M&A, or mergers and acquisitions, to her...
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Apple launches iTunes Pass in the U.S., UK, Australia and more

Following the initial launch in Japan, Apple has now begun to push its new iTunes Pass out to a more global audience. Initially we've been able to verify that the U.S. and the UK are now seeing it, but there are reports from all around the world such as Australia, Spain, Germany, Canada and the...

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