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Ten years ago this week, Steve Jobs took to a stage in San Francisco to unveil the first iPhone. In the intervening decade, Apple’s iconic device has revolutionised the way people communicate. But as Apple celebrates 10 years since the iPhone

It is 10 years this week since Steve Jobs walked onto a stage and said, “Every once in a while, a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything.” He was referring to the iPhone, launched

Apple unveiled new Mac computers as it seeks to revitalise a product line that co-founder Steve Jobs once said would be rendered redundant by the iPad. Overhauled MacBook Pro laptops and a new computer monitor were presented in a press

It’s been less than a decade since Apple shook the mobile telecommunications industry to its foundations with the original iPhone. The handset helped turn Apple into the world’s most valuable company (US$620bn this week) and inflicted huge

Oh, Tim! Tim, Tim, Tim, Tim, Tim! What have we said about product strategy and trying not to alienate customers? I thought you’d learned your lesson after the iPhone 5c fiasco

Apple’s share price, which peaked above US$132 a year ago, is now around $94. This is despite the news that Warren Buffett’s investment conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway had recently acquired more than 9,8m Apple shares. Since

Ronald Wayne. Never heard of him, right? Most people haven’t. Yet he one of the triumvirate who co-founded Apple, alongside the two Steves – Jobs and Wozniak. As Apple, today the world’s most valuable company by market capitalisation, celebrates the 40th

The launch this week of a smaller iPhone and a new iPad “underlines the extent to which Apple has lost the innovative edge”, according to a senior technology analyst. The new 4-inch iPhone SE, in particular, showed that Apple had lost the innovative

Investors are still unsure about Twitter’s prospects. The tech company’s stock dropped by 10% after reporting low user growth in its third quarter earnings report, despite seeing revenue grow by 58% compared to 2014. The firm added just 3m new users since