Sales of iPhones, particularly older models, pushed Apple to strong results, during what's usually a sleepy, pre-launch quarter.
According to a report, Apple has ordered 70 million to 80 million iPhone 6 units—significantly more than its initial iPhone 5S and 5C order.
Kyocera Mobile, which has four decades of experience making sapphire glass, is working on sapphire phone displays. Take a guess why.
Apple's board of directors is saying good-bye to longtime adviser Bill Campbell and hello to BlackRock co-founder Susan Wagner and her M&A experience.
Apple is appealing a ruling that it conspired to raise ebook prices. If the appeal fails, it has agreed to pay a total of $450 million.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Although some brand it as "all gravy" and clever marketing, analysts agree that Apple's deal with IBM will benefit both sides.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Apple also has been trying to move into the enterprise for a long time, a place IBM has owned for more than 60 years.
With a bit of déjà vu, Apple explained to Chinese consumers that it collects encrypted location information in order to render services more quickly.
A video recently showed what was said to be an iPhone 6 sapphire glass display responding imperviously to being stabbed, twisted and bent.
The FTC says Amazon has been "unjustly enriched" by in-app charges. Amazon, saying it has been responsive and innovative, will defend itself in court.
Is the Chinese government anti-iPhone? Following subsidy cuts, a state-backed television report said an iPhone feature could threaten "state secrets."
The new-gen MDM system, already well into development, will be launched sometime later this quarter.
Apple agreed to reimburse $32.5 million to customers for inadvertent in-app purchases, while nudging the FTC to make Google do the same.
NEWS ANALYSIS: By being perceived as overly extravagant, big IT companies will be the first ones blamed for a new tech bubble burst when it happens.
Monday is said to have been the last day at LVMH for watch specialist Patrick Pruniaux. Soon, he'll join former Burberry and YSL execs at Apple.