Forget Mayweather versus McGregor – it’s all about Apple iPhone versus Google Pixel 2. This is the slugfest we’ve all been waiting for.
I have been looking for a device that I don’t need to carry additional charging options for within a 12-hour period – one bag, one device, no additional chargers or wires required please. And I’ve found myself with a BlackBerry once more.
Some us have been there before, that awkward moment when Siri decimates your name – or someone else’s – and causes those around you to break down in tears and laughter. But while we merely put up with it, Barbra Streisand could easily whip out her phone and give Apple CEO Tim Cook a call.
The latest lawsuit to hit Apple suggested that despite the iPhone only being nine years old, it was designed in 1992 – and the tech firm's team had nothing to do with it.
Daniel Chew, lead partner of major European intellectual property firm Haseltine Lake’s China group and Michael Conway, associate trade mark attorney, also of Haseltine Lake, discuss the recent Apple trade mark case and what it means for UK businesses.
As our Christmas countdown continues, we've got a surprise about someone from a very well-known, fruity firm, who left the company's core before it had grown to its full potential…
Technology giant Apple could be facing a bill of $862m (£557.5m) after the University of Wisconsin claimed the company used its microchip technology without permission.
Customers are buying an increasing number of retro products, so don't be blinded by your digital strategies.
Apple's iPhone appears to be a bottomless pit when it comes to producing money, and the company will surely be hoping for the same from the Apple Watch. But while the iPhone is used by consumers and businesspeople alike, can the wearable also support enterprise?
While much of the success of technology giant Apple is attributed to the late Steve Jobs, it was Jonathan Ive who made sure the company’s iconic products were as beautiful as they were functional.
All eyes are on Apple as it starts shipping the Apple Watch on 24 April, and expectations are high. To recap just how much it has to live up to, and gauge how it'll fare against the company's other offerings, Real Business revisits some stats from the Q1 results and last year's earnings.
Apple's dominance of the business and technology worlds is seemingly unstoppable – even when the brand is hit with criticism – because, in a world where smartphones have become the norm, the iPhone is hailed as the king by many. But with the Samsung Galaxy S6 and HTC One M9 unveiled at Mobile World Congress, should Apple be worried?