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Apple celebrates ten years of iTunes with a page inside the app that details every milestone of the store from day one until now.
Staples now sells Apple iPad, iPhone, iPod and Mac accessories including Apple TV, Smart Covers and AirPort Express through its online store.
FreedomPop and Textplus have now joined forces to provide a cheaper alternative to traditional wireless plans
Rumors suggest an iPhone smartwatch could arrive in early 2013 with a 1.5-inch display and Bluetooth connectivity, though rumors of an Intel partnership cast doubt.
The iPod nano 7th generation adds appealing features like Bluetooth and a larger screen for 2012. Can it stand on its own in a smartphone world?
Apple announced a new iPod Touch today with a larger 4-inch display, better camera & support for Siri. The iPod Touch 5th gen also gains a unique accessory.
Apple Announces iPod Nano With Multitouch Screen
iPod Touch to Carry 1136 X 640 Display, A5 CPU, and Support Panoramic Photo Capture?
A look at everything we know about the iPhone 5, on the eve of its presumed launch.
iPod Touch Inbound With 4-Inch Display on September 12
Apple will likely detail new iPod touch, iPod nano, and iPod shuffle models next week. Here's what we think we know about them.
Apple May Be the Only Source For Your Dock Connector Accessories, Cables
iPods to Join iPhone 5 Party on September 12
Sources say Apple is prepping a new iPod Nano with a larger touchscreen and a home button for a fall launch with the iPhone 5 and iPad Mini.
It appears that the fifth-generation iPod touch will be coming with a larger screen as well.
A tattoo artist uses dermal implants to put magnets under his skin to hold the iPod nano.
More than a quarter of all iPad owners say the iPad is their first Apple product, attracting buyers that passed on the iPhone, iPod and Mac.
Apple has released its Q2 financial results and they are astonishing, especially the iPad numbers.
Apple Ready to Shrink Dock Connector on Next iDevice
According to a report, Apple will be launching a store-within-a-store concept at Target sometime this year.
What we expect to see form Apple on Black Friday 2011. From MacBooks to iPads, iPods and iPhones, we help you figur out what's worth waiting for.
Apple's highly anticipated iTunes Match service has missed its promised October launch.
Four months ago, if you'd asked me what to expect from the next iPhone (and quite a few people did), I would have described pretty much what we saw yesterday with the iPhone 4S. Of course four months can be such a long time in the Apple world.
The new iPod Nano has 16 new faces, including Mickey Mouse, and a built in fitness tool to track your workouts.
Finally. It seems like someone in the patent process has decided to apply some common sense and perspective. Apple had applied for a patent on the term "multi-touch" in 2007 when it released the first iPhone.
Rumors are flying that Apple will not significantly upgrade the next iPod Touch, but that's not a big deal or a big surprise.
Apple is expected to debut an updated iPod Touch model this Fall alongside the much rumored iPhone 4S and/or iPhone 5 smartphone models.
A new rumor is circulating that Apple may introduce a new iPod Touch model this month that would add cellular mobile broadband connectivity in addition to WiFi this month.
We take a trip down memory lane and look at how Apple.com looked on the launches of the original iPod, iPhone, and iPad.
Today's iPod Touch is the lesser sibling of the iPhone, eschewing the more expensive device's cellular radios and GPS functionality, but iOS 5 reveals clues that the iPod Touch will come with a cellular radio and GPS toggle switches.
Apple sold 142% more iPhones and 183% more iPads in Q3 than just one year ago. That's more than 70 iPads or 156 iPhones a minute!
With iOS devices making iPod music players less necessary, could we see the end of the line soon for the popular MP3 players?
Apple's content investment strategy, which started with the iPod in 2001, was a master plan that to achieve mobile computing domination.
A rumor has come out stating that Apple might be bringing 3G connectivity to its new iPod touch.
Almost a full decade later, Apple continues to ask the world to bid adieu to their hardrives, but this time with iOS 5 and iCloud, the iPod chapter may be coming to an end as Apple is now focusing on connected devices in the iPhone and iPad.