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Apple again delays white iPhone 4 debut

Apple said Friday it is postponing the launch of a white version of its new iPhone 4 smartphone to later this year, due to manufacturing problems, leaving customers with only a black option. It was the second time Apple has announced a delay in the white version of the hot-selling…

Apple shares slide on iPhone problems

NEW YORK — Apple shares were down sharply on Tuesday after Consumer Reports panned the new iPhone because of reception problems and rumors swirled about a possible recall. Shares in the California gadget maker were trading 3.13 percent lower at 249.22 dollars at noon (1600 GMT) on Wall Street. Apple’s…

Apple tells iPhone 4 owners to get a grip

Apple wants owners of its latest generation iPhone to get a proper grip on the handset. As analysts on Friday fired off predictions that opening day iPhone 4 sales would easily top a million, Apple dismissed complaints that cupping the smartphones in a way that covered the lower left corner…

Apple tells iPhone 4 owners to get a grip

Apple wants owners of its latest generation iPhone to get a proper grip on the handset. As analysts on Friday fired off predictions that opening day iPhone 4 sales would easily top a million, Apple dismissed complaints that cupping the smartphones in a way that covered the lower left corner…

Apple now collecting, sharing precise location of iPhone users

The world’s largest technology company by market capitalization may soon rival the National Security Agency in its ability to track Americans using their cell phones. Apple Inc. is now tracking the “precise,” “real-time geographic location” of iPhones, iPads and Macintosh computers — and has unwittingly gotten its customers to sign…

Apple sells two million iPads

Apple, now the largest US technology company by value, said today it had sold two million of its iPad tablet computers, outdoing even the iconic iPhone on its launch. Apple said it had sold 1.4 million iPads since it went on sale exclusively in the US on April 3. On…

iPad-mania as thousands queue for global roll-out

TOKYO — Thousands of fired up and sleep-deprived gadget fans mobbed shops in Australia and Japan Friday as Apple’s iPad, touted as a revolution in computer use and publishing, began its international launch. A queue some 200 metres (yards) long stretched round the block at Apple’s flagship central Sydney store,…

Another worker ‘suicide’ at Apple, Sony manufacturer in China

‘Blood-stained dagger’ found at site of alleged suicide Seven employees of a thriving tech firm based in southern China have fallen to their deaths so far this year. Foxconn’s long client list includes Apple and Sony Ericsson, and the welfare of its employees has begun drawing international attention as stories…

Pulitzer winning cartoonist gets iPhone app reprieve

A once-rejected NewsToons political satire application for the iPhone was available at iTunes on Tuesday after Apple granted its Pulitzer Prize winning creator a reprieve. Apple had rejected the NewsToons application in December on the grounds it violated the iconic California firm’s developer rules by lambasting public officials. Newstoons creator…

Gadget blog says it obtained next-generation iPhone

WASHINGTON — Technology blogs were buzzing on Monday after gadget site Gizmodo published pictures of what it said was Apple’s next iPhone. Gizmodo said the next-generation iPhone was found “lost in a bar in Redwood City” near Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California, and turned over to the popular website. Gizmodo…

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