AppleInsider podcast talks AAPL earnings, Android switchers, iPad sales, Apple TV, Steve Jobs & more
On this week's all-new AppleInsider podcast, Neil, Mikey, and Victor discuss Apple's earnings call, Apple TV, and Nvidia deep learning artificial intelligence. Neil has tips about Wi-Fi Assist in iOS 9, and we talk about Aaron Sorkin's "Steve Jobs" and its low-performing box office numbers.
- AAPL earnings: $51.5B on 48M iPhones, 5.7M Macs
- Apple buys back $14B in stock, still has $205B in the bank
- China sales surge 99%
- Android switchers accounted for 30% of iPhone buyers
- Apple's enterprise business grew 40% in 2015 to $25B
- Whither the iPad?
- New Apple TV arrives
- "Steve Jobs" flops at the box office
- Apple hiring from Nvidia hints at autonomous vehicle
- Wi-Fi Assist lawsuit
- Tips! How to use turn off Wi-Fi Assist
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- Apple earns record $51.5B revenue on sales of 48M iPhones, 5.7M Macs
- Apple, Inc snatches up $14 billion of its own shares in massive Q4 buyback surge
- Tim Cook 'positive' on China as local revenues surge 99% to $12.5B
- Android switchers accounted for 30% of iPhone buyers in Q4, highest ratio recorded
- Apple's enterprise business ballooned 40% to reach $25B in fiscal 2015
- Tim Cook highlights iPad's key role in Apple ecosystem as investors shrug
- Apple TV now available for preorder, first deliveries arrive Friday
- First reviews say 4th-gen Apple TV is evolutionary step forward, has untapped potential
- Aaron Sorkin's 'Steve Jobs' flops at the box office
- Apple hires away Nvidia's director of deep learning software, suggests work on autonomous vehicle
- Lawsuit accuses Apple's iOS 9 Wi-Fi Assist of burning through $5M+ in data
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