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Sep 09 2014
For the first time in years, Apple's iPhones aren't the star of the show. Apple unveiled a smartwatch called the Apple Watch on Tuesday, a wearable device that marks the company's first major entry in a new product category since the iPad's debut in 2010.
The move is significant because of recent questions about whether Apple still has a knack for innovating following the 2011 death ofFox News (Online News)
Jan 27 2015
Apple is expected to ring up record quarterly results from, what else?, iPhone sales.
Apple's first-quarter revenue, to be reported after markets close today, should easily surpass analyst estimates of $67.3 billion and top earnings estimates of $2.59 a share.
Record iPhone sales should highlight the results. A Fortune panel of 30 Apple analysts expects iPhone sales of 66.5USA TODAY
Feb 18 2016
Tim Cook just gave the FBI the middle finger. Or something close to it.
Let's back up. One of the perpetrators of the December mass shooting in San Bernardino owned an iPhone. That iPhone is locked, and when an iPhone is locked, there's just no way to get inside it. Or, you know, maybe nThe Week - News
Dec 08 2021
Some say Apple’s App Store is a monopoly. Apple says it’s just giving customers what they want.
We love our mobile apps. It’s hard to think of something that at least one of the nearly 12 million apps out there can’t do. Order a taxi, buy clothes, get directions, play games, message friends, store vaccine cards, control hearing aids, eat, pray, love … the list goes on. You might beVox
Aug 13 2021
Apple’s tools for flagging child pornography and identifying explicit photos in kids’ messages caused backlash and confusion. In an exclusive interview, Apple software chief Craig Federighi sat down with WSJ’s Joanna Stern to defend the technology and explain how it will work.Wall Street Journal (News)
Dec 31 2019
Lev Parnas, the indicted associate of Rudy Giuliani, is set to turn over data from his iPhone and documents seized by the U.S. government to a House of Representatives committee investigating President Donald Trump.
The material was subpoenaed by the House Intelligence committee and is essential to its ability to “corroborate the strength“ of Parnas’s potential testimony, Parnas’sNewsmax (News)
Feb 15 2019
President Donald Trump plans to declare a national emergency to get more funding for a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border while he signs a bill that provides some money for a physical barrier there, the White House said.
And when White House press secretary Sarah Sanders announced the decision Thursday via an image of her statement on Twitter, users noticed that it appeared to be written inUSA TODAY
Feb 17 2016
When U.S. Magistrate Sheri Pym ruled that Apple must help the FBI break into an iPhone belonging to one of the killers in the San Bernardino, Calif., shootings, the tech world shuddered.USA TODAY
Mar 30 2016
Unlocking the iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters might not have the far-reaching effects that some once thought.
For one thing, federal officials have been quiet on what -- if any -- data they got from the phone about the terrorist attack, which killed 14 people on Dec. 2.Los Angeles Times
Sep 09 2014
Apple released its much-anticipated smartwatch Tuesday, the first new device for the company since its founder Steve Jobs died in 2011.
Called Apple Watch, the device, besides telling time, will have broad applications, the company pledged. It will be able to unlock doors to hotel rooms at Starwood hotels next year. Users can check into airlines, get directions as well as accomplishWashington Post