A new profile of Apple CEO Tim Cook suggests he is less hands-on with product development than his predecessor, Steve Jobs.
Sources have suggested to both Recode and Nikkei that Apple will hold a special event this October to launch its smartwatch.
It’s looking more and more as if the iWatch will be geared towards activity tracking, with a new report that Apple has hired an expert on sleep research to work on the project.
Morgan Stanley analysts estimate the iWatch could generate up to $17.5 billion in first-year sales, outpacing the iPad debut.
Little is known about Apple’s rumored smartwatch, but new reports suggest the device could feature wireless charging and track health in a number of ways.
Apple is hard at work on the iWatch, but has encountered plenty of obstacles along the way, according to a report.
Apple’s two new chips inside the iPhone 5s are not exactly necessary for the phone, but are excellent indicators of where Apple wants to go next.
App makers say wearable computers will be just one of many screens we’ll use. And that means in the future they’ll be designing for the person, not a particular screen.
These types of low-power technologies are super important for small mobile devices — say, a wearable device — because you need to be able to use a small battery to power them.
The reassignment of longtime hardware engineering executive Bob Mansfield to a “special project,” along with some high-profile hires may be evidence Apple is getting serious about what comes next for the company.