A California judge has dismissed Proview's lawsuit against Apple over the iPad trademark, it has been reported.
The recent OS X 10.7.4 update hides some changes that may seem minor at first glance, but could indicate that Apple is about to launch something major.
Guests can test the new system, which involves FastPass cards containing RFID chips, with cast members tracking traffic via iPad.
One of the inventors of Liquidmetal says Apple is likely to use the alloy in its MacBook line, but not the next MacBook Pro.
These apps for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch turn photos into animated GIFs, test your knowledge of logos, and create slow motion video on your handset.
Apple's patent applications describe an advanced, multi-tiered haptic technology that allows "textured feedback" as well as updated battery design and camera.
Rock Band maker Electronic Arts assured customers it was not shutting down its iOS version of the popular music game despite a message sent out earlier this week by the company announcing it would close the game.
Steve Wozniak prefers his Windows Phone to Android, but the iPhone is still his favorite.
An analyst studies sales trends and concludes Apple will launch a 4G LTE iPhone late this year, alongside its highly anticipated television set.
Co-founder reflects on Apple's struggles, sacrifices, sleeping patterns and Steve Jobs.
Apple is not drawn only to cheap construction costs, but also to rare earth elements used in the tablet that are found only in China, a report suggests.
Intel reveals that its Ivy Bridge CPU is built for Retina display computers, hinting that Apple's redesigned range of MacBook Pros will support the higher resolution used on the newest iPad.
Foxconn factory investigations and high demand challenge Apple, which is still expected to sell more than 60 million iPads in 2012.
Apple could be working on seamless unibody headphones--which won't retain dirt--for its iPod and iPhone.
The application could be used for 3D gaming and be applied to next-generation holographic displays.