If the rumors are true, October promises to be a busy month for Apple with new iPhones, iPads, and possibly the iWatch.
But that number assumes Apple's smartwatch would carry a price tag of $350, according to a recent Piper Jaffray survey.
The complaint? Google's Street View cars were not recognizable enough to give people the chance to avoid being photographed, says Reuters.
The Cupertino, Calif.-based company has shortened the window from 30 days, bringing it in line with return policies from carriers.
With an upcoming shareholder meeting where investors will be asked to vote on share repurchases, the tech giant announces a major buyback.
The San Francisco event will bring together Apple executives and engineers with developers from around the world working on apps and other technologies for the iPhone, iPad, and Macs.
The attractive 14-inch iBook G4 has most of the features, performance, and battery life a basic user will need, but the new Intel Core Duo-based iBooks loom large on the horizon.
The company hit $50 billion in revenue for the first time in 2012.
Apple's end of its beta program means Lion users will have to upgrade to continue using the service.
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.