The dual-SIM handset challenges Nokia's low-cost Windows phones in the US, Europe, and Latin America.
Apple famously likes to dictate what the market needs. But it turns out listening works, its earnings report shows. That, plus the redefinition of "broadband" and more in your look back at the week in tech.
The South Korean firm's mobile business has been struggling, but it's doing a lot to get things back on track.
The rivals tie for the top spot in the fourth quarter of 2014, with Apple's fortunes on the rise and Samsung's heading in the opposite direction, according to figures from researcher Strategy Analytics.
The maker of Galaxy phones has been struggling to compete with Apple, Xiaomi and others, and 2015 isn't likely to be any easier.
Most of Apple's record revenue came from its smartphone business, but it's tricky for any company to rely so much on one product.
CEO Tim Cook highlights the strength of iPhone and China, why he still has high hopes for the iPad and when Apple Watch will ship.
CEO Tim Cook said the company shipped the device on November 22. It was a space-gray iPhone 6 Plus.
The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus helped the company generate $16.2 billion, or 22 percent of its revenue, from China.
The company's revenue surged past Wall Street expectations. Now the countdown begins for the Apple Watch, shipping in April.