The bright spot during the third quarter was mobile, reaffirming once again CEO John Donahoe's big bet on the medium. Still, eBay shares dropped.
The company has started producing a new range of panels that aim to give smartphone screens the same pixel density of full HD-LCD TV sets.
The Cupertino, Calif., giant needs to sell more devices in places like China, but its new "low-cost" iPhone may not be low enough.
At Mobile World Congress, handset maker introduces the Samsung Wave, its first phone with the new Bada operating system.
Overoptimism by analysts failed to account for savvy consumers awaiting the latest iPhone, says a J.P. Morgan analyst, who has actually raised his estimates for the current quarter.
It's another losing quarter for the smartphone maker, but the company is showing some progress.
Fueled by strong sales of the iPhone, Apple reports revenues of $28.27 billion but misses Wall Street analysts' expectations.
Apple is expected to report another blowout quarter, coming off its record-setting fiscal third quarter in July. All eyes are on the company for sales numbers on key products like the iPhone, iPad, and Macs.
Apple sells 4.1 million iPads, 14.1 million iPhones, and 3.9 million Macs for another record-setting quarter. iPad sales are lower than analysts expected.
The minimum bid of $4.6 billion was made on Thursday in the FCC's 700MHz spectrum auction, triggering a rule that will force the license winner to allow any device and any application on the network.