The cancellation of Apple's enterprise server--apparently due to low sales--is just another disappointment for IT admins who've worked for years to get more Macs into their offices.
Despite Foxconn's efforts to improve working conditions at its factories, a watchdog group says it has found numerous faults.
Here's what happened when one modder overclocked his Pre to a fiery 800MHz.
Chicago Public Media retracts a January story on Apple's manufacturing practices based on Mike Daisey's one-man show "The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs."
Selling hardware means a lot of work for little profit. But is hardware the perfect candidate for tech companies to ditch? Not a chance.
Apple has been a fixture in the home for years. But courting corporate customers is a slog against history, perception, and the appeal of tech uniformity.
Apple says it's got a third-party group looking for issues at manufacturing partners it uses. Read CNET's FAQ to find out how we got here and what the next steps are.