iPhone Fair

all about i phone



Share |

Jul
24

Apple iPhone Rollout Boosts Asia’s Component Makers – Wall Street Journal


Wall Street Journal
Apple iPhone Rollout Boosts Asia's Component Makers
Wall Street Journal
Apple hasn't publicly named the suppliers and didn't respond to requests for comment. But analysts expect companies from Taiwan, Japan and South Korea that supplied earlier versions of the iPhone to produce key components like displays, camera lenses …

and more »


Share |

Jul
23

For Apple, iPhone Roars and iPad Whimpers – Wall Street Journal


Wall Street Journal
For Apple, iPhone Roars and iPad Whimpers
Wall Street Journal
Apple is gearing up for its biggest initial run of iPhones – up to 80 million units – for the model that is commonly known as the iPhone 6. The WSJ's Ramy Inocencio talks to Daisuke Wakabayashi about why it took Apple so long to go bigger with its screens.
Apple Reports $7.7 Billion Profit on Strong iPhone SalesNew York Times
Apple earnings: $1.28 a share, vs. expected EPS of $1.23CNBC.com
Apple Q3 2014 Earnings LIVE: Solid iPhone Sales Lead To 20% EPS Gains, But Forbes
TIME -International Business Times -San Jose Mercury News
all 1,094 news articles »


Share |

Jul
22

Apple’s Upcoming iPhone Launch Will Be Its Biggest Ever, In More Ways Than … – Forbes


Wall Street Journal
Apple's Upcoming iPhone Launch Will Be Its Biggest Ever, In More Ways Than
Forbes
But if reports out of the Far East are to be believed, the new iPhone won't just be bigger it will be huge — for Apple that is. How so? The Wall Street Journal reports Apple is asking its suppliers to build 70-80 million new iPhones by year end. That
Next iPhone Will Offer Bigger ScreensWall Street Journal
Report: Apple's new iPhone 6 could have biggest initial productionPCWorld
Everyone Loves Apple Once AgainBusiness Insider
Bidness Etc -PC Magazine -Fox Business
all 304 news articles »


Share |

Jul
21

Will Apple bring developers to IBM’s Watson ecosystem? – ZDNet


The Australian Financial Review
Will Apple bring developers to IBM's Watson ecosystem?
ZDNet
Last week, IBM and Apple announced a broad enterprise pact where Big Blue would develop industry specific apps built on iOS. In addition, there were service, support and mobile device management parts of the deal. Apple gets some enterprise throughput …
Editorial: Google, Microsoft claiming Apple's crown, albeit from 1994Apple Insider
Why IBM's deal with Apple spells trouble for rivalsThe Australian Financial Review
Sell Mates: IBM-Apple Alliance The Cure For BYOD Hangovers?CruxialCIO

all 5 news articles »


Share |

Jul
20

Apple’s new iPhone rumored to launch in late September – MarketWatch (blog)


NDTV
Apple's new iPhone rumored to launch in late September
MarketWatch (blog)
Apple Inc.'s /quotes/zigman/68270/delayed /quotes/nls/aapl AAPL much-anticipated new “iPhone 6? is expected to hit the shelves late September, in time for the big holiday shopping season, according to various sources. Here's a round-up of latest
100000 Reasons Why Apple's iPhone 6 Won't Be US ManufacturedForbes
This Week's Apple Rumors, Ranked From Dumbest to Most PlausibleWired
Rumor: Apple's 4.7-inch 'iPhone 6' to enter mass production next week, 5.5 Apple Insider
Motley Fool -GSMArena.com -Mirror.co.uk
all 198 news articles »


Share |

Jul
19

Longtime Apple director steps down from board – ABC News


Forbes
Longtime Apple director steps down from board
ABC News
In a story July 17 about the retirement of longtime Apple Inc. director Bill Campbell, The Associated Press reported erroneously that late Apple CEO Steve Jobs had battled prostate cancer. Jobs was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. A corrected version
Long-Time Apple Director Bill Campbell Steps Down After 17 YearsForbes
Longtime Apple Board Member Bill Campbell Retiring, BlackRock Co-Founder TechCrunch
Apple's Campbell Retires From Board; Sue Wagner to JoinBloomberg
New York Times (blog)
all 137 news articles »


Share |

Jul
18

Long-Time Apple Director Bill Campbell Steps Down After 17 Years – Forbes


Forbes
Long-Time Apple Director Bill Campbell Steps Down After 17 Years
Forbes
“Over the past 17 years, it's been exciting to watch history unfold as Apple emerged as the premier technology company in the world,” said Campbell in a statement. “The company today is in the best shape that I have seen it, and Tim [Cook's] leadership
Apple's Campbell to Retire From Board; Sue Wagner to JoinBloomberg
Susan Wagner to replace Bill Campbell on Apple board of directorsApple Insider
BlackRock's Susan Wagner Joins Apple's Board of Directors, Replacing Bill Mac Rumors
New York Times (blog) -Wall Street Journal (blog)
all 68 news articles »


Share |

Jul
17

Why the Apple-IBM deal matters – PCWorld


TechCrunch
Why the Apple-IBM deal matters
PCWorld
Apple's partnership with IBM to tackle the mobile enterprise could have lasting ramifications for both companies—as well as for rivals Google, Microsoft and BlackBerry. It could also make life a lot easier for IT staff at large enterprises. Apple and
Apple Teams Up With IBM For Huge, Expansive Enterprise PushTechCrunch
5 Steve Jobs Disses on IBM Before Apple Teamed Up With an Old RivalBloomberg
Apple's Partnership With IBM Is About The Victory Of Design Over DataForbes
The Verge -MarketWatch -Reuters
all 1,010 news articles »


Share |

Jul
16

Apple Joins With IBM on Business Software – New York Times


New York Times
Apple Joins With IBM on Business Software
New York Times
In a deal that could deepen Apple's sales to corporations and strengthen IBM's position in business software, the two companies announced a wide-ranging partnership intended to spread advanced mobile and data analysis technology in the corporate world.
Apple, IBM in Deal to Create Apps, Sell PhonesWall Street Journal
Apple, IBM form business apps partnershipUSA TODAY
Apple, IBM Team up in Mobile Devices, ApplicationsABC News
Re/code -CNBC.com
all 345 news articles »


Share |

Jul
15

Barclays Gets Back On The Apple Bull – Forbes


Forbes
Barclays Gets Back On The Apple Bull
Forbes
Barclays Capital restored its rating on Apple Apple shares to overweight Monday, just about five months after dropping the iPhone maker to a neutral rating and warning that it could be locked into a trading range that would resemble Microsoft's
How Will Apple (AAPL) Stock Be Affected By This Analyst Upgrade?TheStreet.com
Is Apple, Inc. Stock a Buy Before Earnings?Motley Fool
Apple Upgraded: Three Reasons to Buy Shares NowWall Street Journal (blog)
Bidness Etc -MSN Money -Barron’s (blog)
all 38 news articles »


Share |

Jul
14

Apple Denies China Assertions on IPhone as Security Risk – Bloomberg


USA TODAY
Apple Denies China Assertions on IPhone as Security Risk
Bloomberg
“We appreciate CCTV's effort to help educate customers on a topic we think is very important,” the company said in the statement, according to an English translation provided by Apple. “We want to make sure all of our customers in China are clear about
Someone is beating Apple at its own gameUSA TODAY
Apple denies Chinese report that location data are a security riskFinancial Times
Apple Denies Chinese Report of Location Tracking Security RiskNDTV
Motley Fool -South China Morning Post
all 340 news articles »


Share |

Jul
13

Someone is beating Apple at its own game – USA TODAY


USA TODAY
Someone is beating Apple at its own game
USA TODAY
Apple (AAPL) has been relinquishing market share to Google's (GOOG) Android in mobile for a couple of years now, but Apple has historically had the more desirable user base. Engagement for iPhone and iPad users is intense. They spend more time on …
Apple shoots down Chinese state media accusations targeting iOS privacy Apple Insider
Apple denies Chinese report that location data is a security riskFinancial Times
Apple Refutes China's Security Claims, Says It Does Not Track UsersMashable
CNET -Business Insider -TIME
all 269 news articles »


Share |

Jul
12

iWatch Will Prove Apple As A Luxury Brand And A Brand Powerhouse – Forbes


Forbes
iWatch Will Prove Apple As A Luxury Brand And A Brand Powerhouse
Forbes
Two recent developments suggest that Apple Apple will use and extend its brand power as the primary engine of adoption for its forthcoming iWatch. The first is the launch of the first smartwatches with the new Android Wear OS highlighted at Google
The great iWatch wait: Apple's smartwatch delayed and will not begin Daily Mail
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo: Apple "iWatch" mass production pushed back to NovemberApple Insider
Apple iWatch release date ''DELAYED''Computerworld (blog)
Motley Fool -Business Insider -Investorplace.com
all 77 news articles »