Once again, the iPhone outsells its iPad and Mac cousins, in part because of a boost from last month's release of the iPhone 5.
Apple wraps up its fiscal year with mixed fourth-quarter results. The company exceeds Wall Street's expectations on revenue, but misses on profits and iPad sales.
The number of units sold is a 28 percent gain year-over-year but comes in below analyst expectations.
Apple missed Wall Street's expectations for its third-quarter earnings, but the company beat its own estimates, and set a record for iPad sales.
The company quickly offers up the $2.6 million to inch closer to having the device banned in the U.S.
The lower-cost Mac Mini offers respectable budget performance and Apple's usual compelling design, but a puny hard drive and a lack of HDMI hurt this system's value and overall potential. It's actually more versatile next to its budget-priced Windows competition than the higher-end Mac Mini, but this entry-level Mac is still best left to Apple loyalists.
Apple's latest version of the popular $999 white MacBook gets an upscale makeover, while keeping the price the same. It's a strong alternative to the more expensive Pro line, if you can live without extras such as an SD card slot.
A detail in Apple's 10-Q filing shows the company staked more than half of the buy-in for Nortel's patent portfolio last month.
In a court document, Oracle specifies the amount it's seeking in damages from Google in its Java patent-infringement lawsuit filed last summer.
Microsoft's Skype purchase may see the US taxman lose out on the equivalent of £2.6bn, with one financial expert saying the mindboggling deal is a giant tax dodge.