The electronics titans square off in a tangled tale of mobile technology, centered on Apple's iPhone
Apple's flagship all-in-one desktop, the 27-inch iMac, now has a stunning 5,120x2,880-pixel-resolution screen.
Apple makes solid upgrades across their product line at their iPad and Mac event, but it's pretty clear they don't care about the iPad Mini anymore.
Apple on Thursday announces updates to its popular iPad line as well as to its desktop computers and operating system. It also reveals that Apple Pay will launch next Monday for consumers. The event comes one month after the company debuted its new line of iPhones and Apple Watch. CNET.com's Kara Tsuboi reports.
Apple's flagship all-in-one desktop, the 27-inch iMac, now has a stunning 5,120x2,880-pixel-resolution screen
In reaffirming that Apple TV is no longer a hobby, Tim Cook says Apple generated over $1 billion in sales off media content ordered directly through the box last year.
Today's event wasn't quite as buzzy as the iPhone 6 launch, but Apple rolled out new hardware and more that you're going to want to know about.
Tim Cook announces Apple Pay is finally here.
Apple boasts that its $2,499 iMac Retina 5K Display has a higher resolution that even Ultra HD televisions.
Shares in Apple briefly flipped positive early in the company's presentation but were largely stuck in negative territory after the event, down about 1 percentage point at $96.58.
A new, mostly frills-free configuration brings the price of this all-in-one down to $1,099, but requires performance concessions.