Dan Frommer, reporting for Quartz from Paris: Colette is the sort of high-fashion store that many expect to be a key part of Apple’s retail strategy for the Watch, especially the luxury “Edition” version. In its gadget section, Colette...Show More Summary
Ever wondered what goes inside Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s iPhones? There are only a few people who can answer that because Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) makes it sure that a user doesn’t tampers with the hardware. Arik Hesseldahl, Senior editor at Re/code is one among the few people who know exactly what goes inside an iPhone 6. […]
Last month, the New York Times offered a rare peek inside Apple’s internal employee training program. Reporter Brian X. Chen didn’t exactly get a mountain of details from the three staffers he spoke to, on the QT. Rather, just some program...Show More Summary
Apple repair company iFixit is traditionally the first to get inside Apple’s new iPhones every year, and it continued its run today after hosting a live teardown of the new jumbo-sized iPhone 6 Plus. The company is planning to look at the smaller iPhone 6 next. Show More Summary
This is why Apple needs you to believe the hype.
My afternoon train reads: • How and why to build a bond ladder (Fidelity) see also Fidelity Reviewed Which Accounts Did Best and What They Found Was Hilarious (Business Insider) • Apple doesn’t need another charismatic leader. It needs Tim Cook. (The Guardian) • America has 4.7 million job openings (CNN Money) • Homeowners steamrolled...Read More
Apple’s live stream of the unveiling of the iPhone 6 and Watch was a disaster today right from the start, with many users like myself having problems trying to watch the event. While at first I assumed it must be a capacity issue pertaining to Akamai, a deeper look at the code on Apple’s page […]
Today is the day all techies have been looking forward to, the day Apple makes their yearly announcements regarding their new plans—most importantly, the iPhone 6. With tons of media gathered in the... via JustLuxe.com
Apple has long been revered for its amazing attention to design, from its iconic glass-and-steel retail stores to the sleek gadgets they sell inside. Apple was recently granted a patent for its glass cube store design, and it trademarked its store layout in 2013. Show More Summary
A report on Thursday offers a rare look inside Apple's secretive EFFA quality control division that runs down and fixes launch day hardware issues before they become larger, more costly problems.
In a lengthy 9 part exposé, 9to5Mac's Mark Gurman delves into the inner workings of Apple's PR team. While much of what Gurman covers is already fairly well known, his coverage provides an expansive look at the way Apple's PR team operates,...Show More Summary
According to Business Insider, Apple’s newly public patent application describes a “detailed backend architecture for a mobile wallet designed to hold digital credit, debit cards, and coupons issued by a range of merchants and financial...Show More Summary
Just about every Mac you’d see in operation nowadays has a 64-bit CPU tucked inside. Apple started making the switch from 32-bit to 64-bit nearly a decade ago, after all. And yet, Chrome has always stubbornly insisted on running at 32-bit on OS X. That’ll change soon. Read More
The iPhone 6 is likely to come with a battery that's slightly larger than the one inside Apple's iPhone 5s, if a new leaked photo turns out to be legitimate. French blog Nowhereelse.fr, which has a strong track record when it comes to leaking unreleased Apple products, has posted new photos that it claims shows the battery for Apple's iPhone 6. Show More Summary
With Apple preparing to launch the iPhone 6 and a new iPad in the months ahead, here’s how Apple HealthKit could prove it's most important upcoming product of all.
Brian X. Chen, writing for the NYT: Randy Nelson, who came from the animation studio Pixar, co-founded by Mr. Jobs, is one of the teachers of “Communicating at Apple.” This course, open to various levels of employees, focuses on clear...Show More Summary
Over the weekend, the New York Times published an in-depth look into Apple's secretive training program, known as Apple University. Run by former dean of Yale School of Management Joel Podolny, the initiative was conceived by Steve Jobs to get new recruits acquainted with Apple's approach to design, which focuses on simplicity. Show More Summary
Deep within the bowels of Apple, their's a secretive school where its employees learn about the company and how to work for it. Some call it education, others indoctrination—but either way, a new report explains what it's like. Read more...
How will the culture Steve Jobs cultivated at Apple continue to live on after his death? That was the main question being asked when Jobs lost the battle to cancer in 2011. Part of the answer is a program Jobs … Read more ›
Apple executive Jonathan Ive bought a stunning home on San Francisco's "Billionaire's Row" for $17 million in 2012, according to The Wall Street Journal. The home was originally listed for $25 million. Ive, Apple’s senior vice president of industrial design, is credited with the look of the iPod, iPhone, and other products. Show More Summary