Oracle CEO Larry Ellison has voiced his concerns about the future of Apple without Steve Jobs in an interview with CBS' Charlie Rose.
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Apple on Wednesday announced its upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference, which is expected to play host to our first look at iOS 7 and OS X 10.9. With the announcement came the unveiling of a brand new logo, and, in typical Apple fan fashion, we've taken a closer look at the logo and its design to speculate over possible clues hidden within it.
It's been a busy week for Apple's patent activity, with the US Patent and Trademark Office has granting the company 48 patents, and publishing several patent applications including vibration functionality for future iPads, iBooks Author and more.
Almost 40 percent of Macworld readers are planning to buy the iPhone 5 when it launches, no matter what new features the sixth-generation device has.
As of today, Adobe will disable new installs of Flash via the Google Play Store, marking the end of Adobe Flash on Android devices, and therefore shutting itself out from 85 per cent of the mobile market.
During Apple's third quarter earnings report on Tuesday, CEO Tim Cook and CFO Peter Oppenhiemer hinted at future products and spoke about the rumours and speculation that surround the sixth-generation iPhone's launch.
New reports suggest that Pegatron has begun production of the sixth-generation iPhone, and an analyst has predicted that this is in preparation for a September launch.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has predicted that Apple’s widely speculated iPad mini will arrive in September, and expects the smaller tablet to overtake the 10in iPad’s sales by the end of the year.