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A new report says Apple's next version of its iOS will look very different from previous iterations, though stay largely the same.
The social network has hired Richard Williamson, a former Apple director with extensive experience building for the iOS platform.
Adobe's CTO Kevin Lynch has resigned, departing the company to go work at Apple as the VP of technology.
A couple of Apple watchers believe the recent spate of negative news about the iPhone maker is mostly perception, and partly cyclical.
Apple's former retail chief, John Browett, admits in an interview that he didn't quite fit in with the company's business style but that he has no hard feelings.
CNET details the pluses and minuses for some candidates, including Intel Chief Operating Officer Brian Krzanich and VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger.
There is speculation that some of Apple's best talent might quit because the company can't create the sorts of products it wants in Cupertino. But whose fault would that be?
Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller takes to Twitter to take a not so subtle jab at the security of Google's Android platform.
Google updates its iOS developer tools so that any developer can integrate Google Maps into the apps they produce.
Luca Maestri will leave Xerox at the end of February to replace Apple's former controller, who has retired.
commentary Facebook finally went public, Windows 8 arrived, and Samsung topped Apple in smartphone sales. But nothing dominated the news like the fight over intellectual property.
From the iPad Mini to big labor issues in China, 2012 was not a slow one for Apple. CNET spotlights five of the biggest happenings for the year.