If you’re hired by Apple and remain in their employment for several years, Apple HQ sends out some nifty thank-yous to commemorate your anniversary with the company. Take a look.
You may have heard of one or two of Apple’s spinoff companies. But can you name all six? That’s right, there are six companies Apple has spun-off from Apple Inc. And in chronological order, here they are.
I’ve seen mentioned a few times lately how investors and critics are concerned that Apple hasn’t introduced a new class of product since before Steve Jobs’ passing. Is this a valid concern? Let’s break down the time between past product announcements to compare.
At least three new 3D cities have been added to Flyover mode in Apple Maps. How many more are to come?
The iCloud Data Center in North Carolina. Apple’s mysterious offices in Austin and Sacramento. Apple’s international headquarters around the world. Take a look inside dozens of Apple facilities that the tech company doesn’t want you to see.
Clever blogger Charlie Hoehn put together this slideshow that depicts the homepage at Apple.com for the last 15 years. Ready for a trippy walk down memory lane?
Apple CEO Tim Cook doesn’t give a lot of interviews. So it’s kind of a big deal that not one but two interviews with Tim Cook were published in one week. Among the usual Apple hype and secrecy, he let slip a few big hints about what’s to come — and set the record straight […]
Apple is working on a television. You know it, I know it. Everyone is speculating about how Apple will make their TV a must-have. I’ve figured it out. I know exactly how and why iTV will change television viewing forever.
Apple and the City of Cupertino have published revised schematics, floor plans, and renders of the “mothership,” and they’re packed with tons of amazing new details. Here’s an extensive gallery of all the best stuff.
Who says Apple’s Cupertino headquarters is a top-secret place full of paranoid techies? We’ve turned up 86 more photos from inside Apple’s off-limits mothership — bringing our grand total of pictures taken behind Apple’s closed doors to a whopping 156.