On a call with analysts, Apple CEO explains why the company's smartphone is doing well but its tablet isn't.
The electronics giant is projecting stronger-than-expected sales this holiday even after delivering better-than-anticipated revenue in the September quarter. The only negative was another drop in iPad sales.
The head of Apple's software business explains to CNET why we won't be seeing an iMac or other Apple computers with a touch screen.
The company will host a 10 a.m. PT event on its home turf in Cupertino. We expect iPad, Mac, and OS announcements. CNET's coverage starts early -- at 8:45 a.m. PT with a live pre-show.
The tablet industry's slowing sales have hit Apple's results. Can the company's newest device reverse that trend?
If last month's iPhone 6 was a major leap forward, Thursday's iPad and Mac computer upgrades represented modest progress.
The latest generation of Apple TV streaming box is more than two years old, so it's about time for an update. But what improvements should it bring, and what will Apple actually deliver? Here's the prevailing wisdom.
New iPads and Macs, as well as an official launch of the OS X Yosemite computer operating system, should show up at Apple's event this week.
The computer, for which you have to supply your own display and keyboard, hadn't been updated in two years.
Production issues and a focus on expanding the iPhone supply are just a few reasons why Apple is likely holding off until 2015.