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This post originally appeared on Business Insider. Apple sent two engineers to a customer's house to troubleshoot after he wrote about how iTunes deleted swathes of his music collection, and his story subsequently went viral. The Cupertino,...Show More Summary
This post originally appeared on Business Insider. Apple is in the midst of a charm offensive in China. Facing unexpected scrutiny from the Chinese government, the American technology giant is redoubling its efforts to win the hearts...Show More Summary
John Herrman, writing for the NYT Saturday: Interviews with over two dozen podcasters and people inside Apple reveal a variety of complaints. The podcasters say that they are relegated to wooing a single Apple employee for the best promotion. Show More Summary
He's nowhere to be found on Apple's leadership page, but veteran music industry executive Jimmy Iovine is increasingly becoming one of the most important people inside Apple. Earlier this week Bloomberg published a report that revealed...Show More Summary
This post originally appeared on Business Insider. Apple is building a new $5 billion campus in Cupertino, California, and is the largest employer in the city. So you'd expect Cupertino's mayor, Barry Chang, to have a close relationship with the company. Show More Summary
NEW YORK—The search function inside Apple’s App Store is busted.
Authorities confirmed a gun was discovered near the body. Video provided by Newsy
Updated | A male Apple employee was found dead in a conference room in Apple's Cupertino, California, campus on Wednesday morning, according to multiple reports. Law enforcement sources tell local station KTVU that the Santa Clary County sheriff's office is conducting an investigation. Show More Summary
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Apple -- the world's most profitable public company -- is a day away from releasing its March quarter earnings. That means that while the company itself is in an official quiet period, everyone else is free to publish false and misleading information about it. Let's take a look at some of the worst fallacies.
There may not be a mythical 'self-destruct' chip inside Apple's hardware, but Cupertino has acknowledge that it believes its hardware has a definitive life span. And Apple's target feels rather on the low side.
More architectural renderings have surfaced showing off a few new details of Apple’s eagerly-anticipated “spaceship” campus — including ancillary buildings such as a reception center, food stations for employees, and more. Check them out below. Show More Summary
This week on the Appleinsider podcast, Mikey and Victor talk about the FBI cracking the iPhone on their own, what's inside Apple's new 4-inch iPhone SE, what form a 2017 iPhone might take, and much more.
Apple’s Chief Operating Office Jeff Williams and Chief Financial Officer Luca Maestri both dumped large amounts of AAPL stock this month — prompting speculation that those inside Apple aren’t confident that the share price is bouncing back to all-time high levels any time soon. Show More Summary
Soes the iPhone SE bury the iPhone 6 while getting uncomfortably close to the 6s?
Last night, Tim Cook stood up the stage inside Apple’s headquarters and launched a smartphone from 2012, with 2015 specifications and features. It was also the first smartphone from the most loved tech brand, which didn’t carry any number. Show More Summary
Companies are preparing to battle it out against one another for the number two spot next to Samsung for Apple's next iPhone. Samsung has already been named the primary display provider for the next smartphone, but the second position is currently up for grabs. Show More Summary
Some Apple engineers say that they'd rather quit than help the government break security measures that Apple has placed on iPhones and iPads. Inside Apple, engineers have already discussed who would and who wouldn't build "GovtOS," the...Show More Summary
Lev Grossman, in a cover story for Time: Inside Apple this idea is nicknamed, not affectionately, GovtOS. “We had long discussions about that internally, when they asked us,” Cook says. “Lots of people were involved. It wasn’t just me sitting in a room somewhere deciding that way, it was a labored decision. Show More Summary