The electronics titans square off in a tangled tale of mobile technology, centered on Apple's iPhone
The electronics giant's iPhone sales and projections for first-quarter revenue fell short of analysts' estimates, and it reported a slight decline in net income, causing shares to fall in after-hours trading.
Tim Cook talks iTunes growth, iPad weakness, and strength for the iPhone in emerging markets, among other topics.
The company's shares are up about 8 percent in early trading on Thursday, hitting an intraday high of nearly $569.
While iPad shipments took a dive in the first quarter, Apple still has a comfortable lead in the global PC market that includes tablets, laptops, and desktops. And Lenovo is gaining ground.
Production on the company's new 12.9-inch tablet should start by the first quarter, Bloomberg reported.
The stock closed above $100, which marks a record for the electronics giant when accounting for June's 7-for-1 stock split.
Ready for an iPhone 6? Apple reserves September 9 for a media event where it's widely expected to announce the newest incarnation of its flagship smartphone, Recode says.
The Swell podcast-streaming app, which learns what you like and don't like, reportedly will be shut down as part of the $30 million deal.
There's a new superphone in town. Is it worth your money? Also, Apple's got a new beta for you. That and more in this week's rundown of all the tech news.
Apple sold 35.2 million iPhones in the period -- good, but slightly below expectations. Sales of the iPad, however, continue to slump.