For the first time in 13 years Apple posted a decline in revenue – including a 16 percent drop in iPhone sales – and the vultures are circling.
Apple could see iPhone shipments this year fall below 2014 levels, predicted Ming-Chi Kuo at KGI Securities.
Apple has filed a patent application for a set of headphones that can be used both wired and wirelessly.
Given the choice, employees would select Apple devices for their work tools, according to a survey of 480 executives, managers and IT pros by JAMF Software, a provider of enterprise device management for Apple devices.
So the epic battle between Apple/privacy and FBI/justice has ended. There will be no storming of Apple's Cupertino headquarters by jackbooted FBI agents, no walk of shame for Apple CEO Tim Cook in handcuffs.
Technology, it seems, has come to the rescue in the dispute between the FBI and Apple over accessing the iPhone used by the San Bernardino terrorist... or has it?
Apple's live event Monday delivered what we thought it would, and the two stars of the show were the iPhone SE and the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. The latter might even replace the PC altogether, according to one Apple exec.
Apple's live event slated for March 21 is expected to be jam packed with unveilings, and the full release of iOS 9.3 is one of them. Some features of the updated mobile OS may prove especially helpful to enterprise users.
While there is a lot of talk here about how to better secure your company, an undercurrent at the RSA Conference is the row between Apple and the Federal Bureau of Investigation over the agency's access to data on an iPhone owned by the San Bernardino shooter.
Re/Code reports that three trade groups, including the Internet Association, the Computer and Communications Industry Association and the Internet Infrastructure Coalition, said that they will file briefs in support of Apple's arguments against the FBI.