Apple

Apple iOS engineering VP Henri Lamiraux retires

Long-time Apple veteran Henri Lamiraux has retired. Lamiraux was most recently vice president of iOS engineering, where he was responsible for the development of apps included with iOS. Lamiraux left Apple a couple of weeks ago, according to an email communication he shared with 9to5Mac.

More →

9
loading...
7
loading...
38
loading...
0
loading...

Tim Cook thanks Apple employees, invites them to company-wide meeting on October 29

Following Apple's Q4 2013 financial results, Apple's CEO, Tim Cook sent out an email to Apple employees thanking them for their hard work, and inviting them to a company-wide meeting tomorrow, October 29. Mark Gurman got a hold of a copy of the email. 9to5Mac:

More →

2
loading...
16
loading...
40
loading...
0
loading...

Apple confirms Mavericks giveaway wasn't a one time thing, future updates will also be free

During his remarks during Apple's fourth-quarter earnings call with analysts, Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer confirmed that Apple's decision to make OS X Mavericks a free upgrade wasn't a one-time fluke. He said "Mavericks and future versions of OS X" will be free.

More →

13
loading...
99
loading...
132
loading...
0
loading...

Apple seeing good growth in China, iPhone sales 25% up year-on-year

For the first time this year, Apple launched the new iPhone in China on launch day, and hand-in-hand with that growth for the area is definitely up. Chinese growth overall was 6%, and iPhone sales were up 25% year-on-year despite some pretty horrendous – and well publicised – supply constraints on the new iPhone 5s.

More →

3
loading...
11
loading...
36
loading...
0
loading...

Mac sales falling, but falling less than PCs

For Apple's fourth quarter for its fiscal year 2013, Mac sales were down year over year, but Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer says that the Mac is still doing better than - and gaining marketshare against - the PC. Mac sales saw a 7 percent drop year over year, but market research firm IDC reports that the PC market overall saw a 10 percent decline.

More →

13
loading...
5
loading...
39
loading...
0
loading...

Apple retail store numbers are up, 30 new stores for fiscal 2014

An important part of the Apple shopping experience is the retail stores, and during today's Q4 2013 earnings call Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer elaborated on how well the stores have been doing this quarter:

More →

5
loading...
0
loading...
32
loading...
0
loading...

Apple experiencing "pleasing growth" for iPhone in emerging markets

It's earnings day for Apple, and beyond just numbers it's also one of only a handful of days in the year we get to hear from such dignitaries as CEO Tim Cook and CFO Peter Oppenheimer. During the earnings conference call, Oppenheimer specifically referenced Apple's performance in the emerging markets, describing "pleasing growth."

More →

4
loading...
2
loading...
32
loading...
0
loading...

Apple product placement exec leaves for Jawbone

Suzanne Lindbergh, Apple's worldwide director of "Buzz Marketing," has accepted a position at Jawbone, according to TechCrunch.

More →

6
loading...
27
loading...
54
loading...
0
loading...

Apple says theoretical exploits be damned, they can't read your iMessages

Earlier this week security researchers presented their paper highlighting how a man-in-the-middle attack could let Apple, or an agency compelling Apple, read our iMessage despite the end-to-end encryption. Not so says Apple spokesperson Trudy Muller. AllThingsD:

More →

6
loading...
0
loading...
50
loading...
0
loading...

Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer talks energy use, love of Cupertino, new mothership campus

Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer recently spoke about Apple's upcoming Apple Campus 2, recently approved by the Cupertino City Council. Oppenheimer thanked the city for approving the new campus, and spoke about Apple's love for Cupertino.

More →

3
loading...
2
loading...
21
loading...
0
loading...

Pages