Apple Refuses Gov’t Order How To Decrypt iPhone

Saturday, February 20th, 2016
Encryption is a type of security measure that can help users hide their sensitive information from prying eyes. It helps to make hacking virtually impossible to do. While it serves a very important purpose in protecting a person’s privacy, the government may not always agree to it. After all, Big Brother will always want to look over and know what is going on everywhere. Making things private is not always a

Apple Watch Unveiled

Wednesday, September 10th, 2014
Apple has not unveiled a new product since the time it introduced the iPad last 2010. It may have already been time to introduce a new product to capture the imagination of its avid followers. Apple did just that recently along with the unveiling of its new iPhone 6 models. It has also introduced the new Apple Watch. The Apple Watch is a square-faced watch featuring a sapphire front panel for added durability. The

Apple Reports $8.8 Billion Net Profit For 3rd Quarter

Wednesday, July 25th, 2012
It seems that the recent years have been particularly good for those who own some Apple stock. The tech company only seems to profit more and more year in and year out. And in the recent 3rd Quarter fiscal report, the company from Cupertino has amassed quite a hefty $8.8 billion in net profits. According to its recent financial report, the company has posted a quarterly revenue total of $35 billion. Take away the

TomTom Becomes Apple’s Default iOS 6 Maps Provider

Monday, June 11th, 2012
Ever since Apple ditched Google as its map provider for many of its products, speculations have been swirling as to who the lucky replacement may be. An anonymous source tipped Engadget that TomTom has apparently taken that coveted position, with leaked screenshots (as shown in the picture) as proof. TomTom is no stranger to iOS, as its navigation app and GPS car kit have been available on the iPhone since 2009. B

Apple iCloud Mail Experiences Outage

Thursday, April 19th, 2012
After Google experienced a Gmail blackout, it was Apple’s turn to feel the brunt of service outage. Apple acknowledged Wednesday that “less than 1 percent” of its iCloud users were unable to access iCloud mail. The company was informed about the outage as some customers posted their complaints to an Apple support forum, saying that they had been unable to access their mail for over 30 hours. If

Apple Has Strong 4th Quarter But Misses Wall Street Estimates

Wednesday, October 19th, 2011
Popular iPhone 4S maker Apple has recently reported its 4th quarter earnings ending September 24. The company reported a total revenue of $28.27 billion for the last quarter of the fiscal year that amounted to $6.62 billion worth of profits. This was an improvement from the revenues of the same quarter last year of $20.34 billion. The gross profit margin for this quarter also improved to 40.3 percent, a 3.4 percen

Apple Reports Q3 Earnings, Exceeds Estimates Once Again

Wednesday, July 20th, 2011
It seems that the tech giants are reporting quite great numbers for earnings lately. Despite some economic issues here and there, tech companies like Apple don’t seem to be affected at all. This iPhone maker has recently reported its earnings for the third quarter of the fiscal year. Once again, it has exceeded estimates. Apple reported recently its third quarter results for the 2011 fiscal year that ended J

Apple Settles With Nokia Over Patent Dispute

Wednesday, June 15th, 2011
There’s big business in licensing fees, especially for tech giants. And with reports of big tech companies suing each other for patents that one company uses without consent from the other that owns it, there tends to be big money involved. One such case involved Apple settling with Nokia for a patent dispute. According to a released statement from Nokia, Apple has recently agreed to settle and license the w

Apple Severs Ties with Chinese Factory Over Underage Workers

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011
Apple announced that it cuts business ties with a China-based manufacturing factory after finding 42 underage workers employed at the facility. This was revealed after the iPhone company released its “Supplier Responsibility” internal review, which also includes reports about its contractors exceeding working hour limits, running machines that lack safety devices, failing to control air emissions, and

Apple Sells 7 Million iPads In The Last Quarter

Wednesday, January 19th, 2011
It seems that the popularity of the Apple iPad has not waned yet. Despite a lot of tablets being introduced to compete with it in the market, the iPad still gets the vote for being the most popular tablet device yet. During the last holidays alone, the very first popular tablet was able to sell a staggering 7 million units. According Apple in announcing its financial results for the first quarter for fiscal year 2