One of the world’s most prosperous companies, Apple is known for its iPhone, iPad, iPod, iMac, MacBook, iTunes and App Store products and services. Based in Cupertino, California, the company has been helmed by CEO Tim Cook since August 2011, a month before former CEO – and co-founder – Steve Jobs died. Expect to see unbiased news, reviews and opinion on Apple and its products in Gizmodo UK’s Apple hub here.
According to supposed-moles mining in Apple's Asian supply chain, Apple has signed up both Hitachi and Sony to create 4-inch iPhone LCD screens, which will apparently become available next year. Will the larger-iPhone rumour ever die?
When I say "best," I mean, "the best deal you can hope for is £81 off a MacBook or iMac." Really, you'd be better off collaring the nearest student to buy your iGadget for you. Or do as I do, and hoodwink an Apple employee friend into doing your dirty work for you. Nonetheless, all the Apple UK Black Friday dealz, below:
Aaron Sorkin might be (totally is) the best screenwriter we have, and according to E! Online Sony Pictures has offered the Social Network Oscar-winner the job of writing the script for the Steve Jobs movie.
Love it or hate it, Apple's pretty popular in the UK. Everyone and their Mums seem to have an iPhone or an iPod. But you might be surprised to learn that Apple is Britain's second most visited online retailer after Amazon.
Apple's doing its own Black Friday sale and like Amazon's, we can get in on the potential bargain action too. It's unlikely Apple will carve much off the asking price, but it'll be worth checking out on Friday, just in case. [Apple via SlashGear]
Like we weren't excited about the Galaxy Nexus enough already. The crew at AnandTech has been busily benchmarking Android's new flagship against Apple's top performer. The results? The Galaxy Nexus is the new king of the hill in some key areas.
We already know that Siri does most of its processing server-side, and that Apple's claims of hardware as a limiting factor are tenuous at best. But new research from French developer Applidium reveals that Apple is truly full of it.
Last weekend we reported that Apple was recalling some of their first generation iPod Nanos with concerns that the ageing battery could overheat. And those of you hoping for an easy upgrade to the latest gen model will be disappointed.
Over in the busy courts of German friends, Apple just suffered a little loss in a preliminary hearing that might snowball into a huge one: iCloud is potentially infringing on patents owned by Motorola.
Heidi Kaeslin, a special education teacher from Lincoln High School in Stockton, California is on paid leave for potential ethics violations after school officials discovered that she had been running a cadre of porn site on a school-issued laptop.
Do you remember when we thought we'd never see an Intel processor anywhere near a Mac? People think the exact same way about AMD chips at the moment. But rumour has it that Apple might secretly be working on notebooks that use AMD guts.