The app that made it so easy to play music on your Mac that transformed the entire music industry has gone, but the legacy lives on in Apple Music and more. Now that Apple has scrapped the omnibus iTunes app and broken it up into multiple parts, AppleInsider looks at what went so right — and then so wrong.
Apple co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs will be memorialized in a National Garden of American Heroes, with a statue of the visionary set to join hundreds of others in the park once it is constructed.
Apple would have liked you to associate August 2020 with it reaching $2 trillion in valuation, its new iMac launch, or with its Apple Music radio revamp. Unfortunately, it did also get into a little scrap with Epic Games which will take years to resolve in full.
Alongside the return of Steve Jobs and the advent of the iMac and iPod, Apple's first online store played a crucial role in the company's survival and resurgence. It officially opened for business on November 10, 1997 and has been online ever since — except when Apple takes it offline to promote the launch of new products.
The past is another country, and the old Apple of a decade and a half ago has been long replaced by the behemoth it's become. Yet, the decisions Apple made over Intel in 2005 are being repeated now — and they give us a guide to what we'll get and when we'll see Apple Silicon Macs.
When he returned to Apple, Steve Jobs dismantled its typical corporate structure and radically changed how the entire business was managed. The benefits of that rethinking about corporate structure are still being leveraged today.
In a tweet thread following the discontinuation of the standalone "Remote" app for Apple TV, the former Apple engineer explains how his creation evolved and helped with the design and development of the current Siri Remote.
Apple stock is about to split for the fifth time in its 40-year availability. Here's what you could've bought if you sold your shares each time Apple split its stock since it first went public in 1980.