Month: January 2016

Wall Street expects $76.5B in revenue from Apple in record breaking holiday quarter

Apple this afternoon is expected to reveal that it just concluded its biggest quarter in the company’s history, with Wall Street watchers projecting an average of $ 76.5 billion in… Read more »

Apple invention uses spherically curved photosensor for smaller, better iPhone camera

In its quest for high-performing, flexible and — most importantly — small imaging systems, Apple on Tuesday was granted a patent for a spherical photosensor and lens array that provides… Read more »

Spotify video coming to iOS next week w/ content from ESPN, BBC, Vice Media, more

According to a report this morning from The Wall Street Journal, Spotify is getting ready to finally launch its video content offerings. The rollout is set to start with the… Read more »

Apple readies ’iPhone 5se’, not ‘6c’, for March/April with curved edges & Live Photos

That purported 4-inch “iPhone 6c” floating around the web yesterday? It’s fake, according to sources who have used the upcoming iPhone with a 4-inch display. Instead of releasing a smaller… Read more »

This week on AppleInsider: Child labor concerns, software updates, an Irish bomb threat & more

Developments in the "real" world grabbed many headlines this week, including a bomb threat in Ireland, a new iOS development center in Italy and worries that Apple’s battery suppliers are… Read more »

Apple to update Apple Watch in mid-March with new bands, OS + full redesign in fall

Jeff Williams announcing September Apple Watch updates – AFP In addition to launching a new 4-inch iPhone likely called the “iPhone 5se,” Apple plans to announce new Apple Watch models in… Read more »

Apple’s electric car effort hits a speed bump as project leader leaves the company

According to a new report from The Wall Street Journal, the Apple veteran employee who has been overseeing the company’s “Project Titan” electric car initiative is leaving the company. The report,… Read more »

Apple Pay adds over 50 more US card issuers as merchant support waits

Another 50-plus U.S. card issuers have been added to the list supporting Apple Pay, continuing to outpace the number of merchants actually accepting payments through the service. AppleInsider – Frontpage… Read more »

Google’s Android revenue $31 billion over OS’s entire lifetime, Oracle lawyer says

The Android operating system has reportedly generated $ 31 billion in revenues for Google since it first launched in 2008, creating $ 22 billion in profits largely from mobile advertising…. Read more »

Google paid Apple $1 billion in 2014 to keep it the default search engine on iOS devices

Earlier this evening, the Oracle vs. Google lawsuit revealed Android’s revenues and profits for the first time. The same case has now revealed that Google paid Apple $ 1 billion… Read more »