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Apple Event 10/4 5 Tim Cook and Apple Store Crowd

Whoever Tim Cook chooses to run Apple retail has big implications for future growth and Apple’s valuable brand. While the timing of the search — heading into the holiday sales season — isn’t ideal, the decision also represents a big opportunity for Apple’s image. Read more »

Apple CEO Tim Cook D10
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Cook’s decision to let Scott Forstall go from his his position leading iOS software from Apple after a major misstep involving Maps shows that Cook is unafraid to remake Apple into a company that works for him, not just for Steve Jobs. Read more »

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Apple iPad mini mail

After Tuesday’s iPad event, Apple now has the strongest assortment of iOS mobile products it has ever put in front of consumers, who are more excited than ever about mobile computing. It’s a complex lineup, but it could force competitors to scramble for scraps. Read more »

iPad mini Apple event 10/23/2012

We’ll be bringing you live updates and photos of the event as it unfolds today. We’ll kick things off a bit before the event starts at 10 a.m. PT, so please join us then. Read more »

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Apple introduced a bunch of new products Tuesday, October 23rd, including the anticipated debut of the iPad Mini as well as a new iPad, extremely thing new iMac, and a new 13-inch MacBook Pro. Here’s how events unfolded in San Jose, Calif. Read more »

Credit: Bowen Liu/Apple Inc. via Bloomberg
photo: Credit: Bowen Liu/Apple Inc. via Bloomberg

Here’s our daily pick of stories about Apple from around the web you shouldn’t miss. Today’s installment: rare photos from inside Foxconn, Apple’s forced public apology to Samsung, why Apple would buy Color, more stores coming to China, and a possible iPhone 5 keyboard software glitch. Read more »

Particle

Why would Apple acquire a company with a handful of web designers when it has plenty of its own already? The answer could lie in Particle’s specialty, which appears to be looking at new ways of displaying content on a variety of devices using HTML5. Read more »

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The gadget dissector says the green electronics group’s recently released independent test of the recyclability of Apple’s MacBook Pro, along with ultrathin notebooks from Lenovo, Samsung and Toshiba, amounts to “greenwashing” the group’s stated standards for promoting sustainable, recyclable computers. Read more »

Foxconn, one of the reported CDMA Manufacturers

Here’s our daily pick of stories about Apple from around the web that you shouldn’t miss. Today’s installment: Apple’s biggest supplier admits breaking China’s underage hiring law, profile of a maps app that’s taking advantage of Apple’s failure, and teardowns of the Lightning connector and iPod nano. Read more »

StubHub Passbook

Here’s our daily pick of stories about Apple from around the web that you shouldn’t miss. Today’s installment: will mobile tickets replace paper, past complaints about Apple Maps, a gathering in Europe to hash out patent problems doesn’t accomplish much, and teens continue buying iPads. Read more »

Norwegian Troll
photo: Flickr / Jacob Bøtter

iOS developer scourge Lodsys offers an update on the state of its attempts to wield an in-app purchasing patent against app makers. The company says that it has “every confidence that all claims will ultimately be confirmed through this lengthy process.” Read more »

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Here’s our daily pick of stories about Apple from around the web that you shouldn’t miss. Today’s installment: Apple remembers its founder, how employees at Apple grapple with Jobs’ legacy, untold anecdotes about the man who invented Apple, and the future of the company without him. Read more »

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