News reports say the Mac maker is considering a move to the same chips used in the iPhone and iPad.
Our digital communications rest uneasily on a platform that wobbled and in some cases broke down altogether in the storm that ravaged New York City and its surroundings.
A study finds a worrisome trend among consumers in the US and Western Europe after the release of the iPhone 5.
Record weekend sales obscure the company's larger issues. The tablet simply isn't the undisputed steamroller that Apple is used to.
Patient investors might benefit from the chip-maker's heavy investment in touch-panel controllers. A beaten-down stock adds to the allure.
It is going to continue to operate as it always has, and won't be influenced by expectations.
CEO Tim Cook is asserting himself and shaping the company to his vision. That means clearing out some leaders who aren't meeting his expectations.
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