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iPhone 6 demand leads to retail boom Down Under

Apple may be blamed for wrecking Finland’s economy with its success, but according to new figures from Australia’s Bureau of Statistics the popularity of the iPhone can help rescue economies, too. Retail turnover in the country jumped 1.2% in September,… Read more ›

Lenovo’s new Sisley handset may not feature the protruding camera and unsightly antenna bands that were criticized in some corners about the iPhone, but don’t let it be said that this is entirely an iPhone 6 carbon copy without the… Read more ›

How GT Advanced Technologies could have filed for bankruptcy, despite Apple’s best efforts to prop it up, is still something of a mystery — and it’ll stay like that if the company gets its way. According to a Reuters report,… Read more ›

Steve Jobs has an enormous reputation for eeking out every last drip of performance from his talented employees, but even in the early days of Apple, that maniacal drive for success came with the huge trade-off of driving away his… Read more ›

Steve Jobs has an enormous reputation for eeking out every last drip of performance from his talented employees, but even in the early days of Apple, that maniacal drive for success came with the huge trade-off of driving away his… Read more ›

SAN FRANCISCO — When they learned they were next in line for a cease-and-desist letter from the City Attorney, three young entrepreneurs made haste to City Hall to salvage their dream of making circling the block for parking a thing… Read more ›

iOS devices are being held hostage by hackers down under

A number of Mac and iOS users from across Australia have had their Macs, iPhones and iPads remotely locked by hackers — and money demanded if they want to be able to continue using the devices. Affected users have taken to Apple’s support… Read more ›

Sick of waiting for your iPhone to finish charging? By 2017, your iPhone could completely charge from 0% to 100% in just 5 minutes, in a portable, consumer-friendly package that will make long charging times a thing of the past.… Read more ›

Allison Johnson served as Apple’s VP of worldwide marketing from 2005 to 2011. During that time she helped coordinate the launch of huge products like the original iPhone and iPad. She left Apple to co-found West, a creative agency in San… Read more ›     

Apple Launches iTunes Radio Down Under

Apple announced this morning that its iTunes Radio music service has finally branched out from being available only in the U.S. Starting today iTunes users in Australia can start using Apple’s free Internet radio service, after iTunes Radio originally debuted… Read more ›