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Newly redesigned Apple The Grove now Open in Los Angeles

November 20, 2021
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The newly redesigned Apple The Grove opened its doors Friday, November 19, at the highly popular shopping venue in Los Angeles. Apple already had an Apple Store in The Grove shopping area for nearly 20 years, however this revamped store is in a new location. To celebrate the relocation of Apple The Grove, Apple hosted […]

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Apple’s Services Revenue reaches New All-Time High

August 3, 2021
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Apple announced their financial results for the fiscal 2021 third quarter that concluded June 26, 2021. The Cupertino-based company also experienced an all-time high on its services division. Based on the latest earnings reported last week (July 27), Apple announced that it had enjoyed a quarter of amazing growth, with their services division raking in […]

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Apple Earned Over $100M Revenue from Fortnite

May 20, 2021
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As the Apple vs. Epic Games trial continues, new revelations came to light. This week, head of App Store business development for gaming Michael Schmid revealed Wednesday, as he took the stand during the third week of an antitrust trial in federal court in California, that Apple earned over $100 million in revenue from the […]

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Apple shuts down “Ping”, their social media network

June 14, 2012

With the next release of iTunes, Ping will no longer exist. Apple has decided to pull the plug to its own social media network, which was launched in September 2010. It never really took off and it couldn’t get the Facebook integration it wanted. Back when it launched, Steve Jobs said Facebook had such high […]

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Apple to end up like Sony?

May 2, 2012

Without Steve Jobs, Apple will not be able to continue to produce “magical” products. At least that’s what George Colony from Forrester (analytics company) writes on his blog. Even though Apple continues to beat their own records every time they release new financial statements, George Colony thinks that Apple will eventually end up like Sony […]

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How much money does Tim Cook make?

April 9, 2012

The answer is: 378 million dollars! How’s that? Well, first he gets his salary which is 900,000 dollars, then a bonus for 900,000 dollars – that was his 2011 salary. On top of that, he has shares worth 376.2 million dollars. This package is for the next 10 years, so he’s guaranteed a good amount […]

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Apple CEO, Tim Cook, visits China – to discuss iPhone 5?

March 27, 2012

Steve Jobs, Apple’s late co-founder, apparently never went to China, at least not on official Apple business. But the new CEO, Tim Cook, just went there and he visited the Apple Store in Joy City, a shopping mall in Xidan, Beijing. Local news posted a photo of Tim taking time to pose with a fan, […]

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Apple: Mac OS X Mountain Lion – coming this Summer!

February 17, 2012

Apple has updated their website with a sneak peak of some of the stuff in the next release of OS X, which will be OS X 10.8, or also known as “Mountain Lion”, pretty cool name. Here are some of the highlights: Inspired by iPad (iOS) Messages Notification Center Reminders Notes Game Center Twitter AirPlay […]

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Tim Cook – Apple’s CEO replacement for Steve Jobs

August 26, 2011

Yesterday Steve Jobs decided to step down as CEO for Apple, after health issues for quite a while. He does remain a member of the board though, so hopefully his ideas will remain within Apple. His replacement, Tim Cook, has already been running Apple for the past 6 months or something while Steve Jobs was […]

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Apple CEO, Steve Jobs, takes medical leave. Tim Cook in charge.

January 17, 2011

BusinessWire has posted a message sent from Steve Jobs to all Apple employees, indicating that he will be taking a medical leave of absence to focus on his health. There’s no mentioning of how long he’s going to be away but he will still be involved in major strategic decisions, though Tim Cook will run […]

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