JP Morgan has increased its estimate for total tablet sales in 2011 to 51.9 million, based largely on strong sales of the iPad.
What are claimed to be cases for the iPhone 5 available in China suggest that the next-generation iPhone will be thinner than its predecessor.
Adobe has announced that its Digital Publishing Suite will support the Newsstand feature in iOS.
Apple manufacturers Pegatron and Foxconn have begun assembling the iPhone 5 in preparation for an October launch, a report claims.
Apple is reportedly considering support for the USB 3.0 standard in its forthcoming Mac products.
A man inadvertently walked away from an Apple Store in Connecticut with a hard drive containing confidential information, according to a report.
Parallels announces a new version of Parallels Desktop for Mac, which lets you run Windows and Mac apps side-by-side on a Mac without having to reboot.
Apple has ordered more than 56 million iPhones -- including the 3GS, iPhone 4, and iPhone 5 -- from suppliers for the second half of 2011, a report claims.
Intel was warned by Apple that if it did not create chips with lower power consumption it would be dropped as a component supplier, it has emerged.
A month after Chinese authorities shut down 5 fake Apple Stores, another batch is found in business.
Analysts predict sales of non-Apple tablets will grow by 134 percent in 2012, overtaking the tablet that proved the market.
A report says the newest beta release could be delayed if bugs in the code are found.
All tablet sales will increase, but Apple takes the lion's share, according to a report of estimated sales.