Apple CEO Steve Jobs acknowledged the iconic tech company was "not perfect" as he announced that all owners of the iPhone 4 handset would get a free case to alleviate a widely reported reception problem.
Apple’s latest device has sparked a passionate debate over whether it is the “miracle phone” as its devotees claim or an overly expensive, albeit elegant, paper weight that drops calls and can never live up to the hype.
People who use Apple technology are supposed to be trendy and on-the-ball. At least that's the image the company promotes. But wrapping up your iPhone in Duct tape is definitely not cool. Yet that's what users of the iPhone 4 are being urged to do as they grapple with reception problems...
Apple has released a formal advice to iPhone 4 users explaining how to hold the new generation phone properly. Some users have complained that gripping the device, covering the lower left corner, cuts signal strength.
IT manufacturer Foxconn, which builds Apple’s iPhone in China, has responded to a spate of suicides at a Chinese plant by announcing a 70 percent salary hike there; a move some observers say signals the end of the era of cheap Chinese labour.
Apple's manufacturer in southern China is taking measures to curb suicides among its workers after a new death on Tuesday, including letters signed by employees promising not to kill themselves and nets around the building.
US sales of Google's Android mobile operating system overtook those of Apple for the first time in the first quarter of the year with 28 percent of US consumer sales compared with 21 percent for the iPhone, industry researchers said.
Apple chief executive Steve Jobs took his case against Adobe's Flash software Thursday, arguing that the product is a flop on touchscreen gadgets such as the iPad. Adobe boss Shantanu Narayen fired back, calling the criticisms "a smokescreen".