When the highly-visible CEO of one of the most iconic companies in the world takes a step back, it’s bound to raise the question, Now what?
After what we hope was a restful 3-day weekend, we bring you a pale kid that raps and some short kids that krump to get the Tuesday juices flowing.
Between the arrival of the new iPhone 4 and the debut of the ingenious iPad, Apple exceeded its calendar of avant-garde expectations.
John & Paul & George & Ringo … & Steve?
“I just couldn’t help dropping by for our first $20 billion quarter,” Apple CEO Steve Jobs boasted as he participated in his company’s earnings call last night. It was a rare appearance for Jobs, but a fruitful one — he used …
Invisible internet money is the new real money!
When Apple announces a 10 a.m. press conference about a new product, the world tunes in, eager to behold the latest innovation headed our way. But even as today’s 10 a.m. PST announcement has sparked rumors around the globe, …
The folks in Cupertino, Calif. intend to remind us all today that they still make computers. Remember Apple computers? They’re like the iPhone but much, much bigger and faster. (Via Techland)
That’s the word from Apple head honcho Steve Jobs, who went on the defensive over reports of antenna issues with the new iPhone 4.
In one of his trademark one-line e-mail replies, Steve Jobs gave the answer to the reception problems plaguing some early iPhone 4 users: you.
Yes, Steve, your new iPhone looks awesome. But wasn’t it funny when you couldn’t get it to work on stage?
As expected, Steve Jobs introduced the next-generation update to Apple’s iPhone at the company’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in California. Here are pictures from Jobs’ keynote and the lowdown on the new device.