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.
Siri will mean a lot of us are talking on our phones, to our phones; a nation of Kirks, barking into communicators. So unless we lay down some ground rules, things are going to get very annoying, very quickly.
You've probably forgotten about iCards. They were the thing Apple announced this week that used something called the Postal Service to send images through something called the "mail." Despite sounding like something for old people, iCards are kind of cool.
There is so much being said about Steve Jobs today, but what I want to know is how he affected you. With Apple having sold millions upon billions of iPods, iPhones, apps, Macs, accessories, chances are everyone reading this has bought an iProduct. But what was it? For me, it was the iBook G4.
The world is now reacting to the very sad news of Steve Jobs' death. We are collecting the thoughts and condolences of people like Bill Gates, Larry Page, Tim Cook, Mark Zuckerberg, Sergey Brin and the US President Barack Obama himself.
This is a really sad day. I sort of can't explain it. I feel helpless and wistful and overwhelmingly sad. By the time I got here, Gizmodo was already an unspoken name at Apple HQ. A publication pariah.
Here's an amazing series of pictures of Steve Jobs playing around with OS X's Photo Booth back in 2005. They're absolutely lovely, showing off a side of Jobs that so few of us knew. Good to see, on a day like this.
Steve Jobs is dead. The Apple chairman and former CEO who made personal computers, smartphones, tablets, and digital animation mass-market products passed away today. We're going to miss him. Deeply, and personally.
We already know the iPhone 4S, despite not being an iPhone 5, has a pretty stellar-sounding camera in it. But it's more than just words—the phone's sample photos are absolutely incredible, without any touchups. Our pro photographer agrees.