Apple: Full coverage

The latest stories, photos and graphics related to the company's decisions and its products.

(Glenn Koenig / Los Angeles Times)

  • Sales cap aims to hang up iPhone resellers

    Sales cap aims to hang up iPhone resellers

    Apple Inc. is trying to stop people from buying so many iPhones.Since it started selling the multitasking gadget in June, the company has four times set limits on the number of iPhones it will sell to an individual. Apple loosened the restrictions a little last week, but customers still can't walk...

  • AT&T CEO says Apple plans to unveil a faster iPhone in 2008

    AT&T Inc. says it plans to offer a version of an iPhone next year that runs on a faster wireless network so users can get speedier results when surfing the Web. The move would address one of the main drawbacks about the cell phone made by Apple Inc. and distributed exclusively by wireless carrier...

  • Apple at glance

    Apple at glance

  • Announcement


    The CEO and co-founder of newly named Apple Inc., Steve Jobs, checks his voice mail while introducing the new iPhone during his keynote at the Macworld Expo in San Francisco. The new iPhone , incorporates iTunes, phone, and internet device running Mac OS X. The device goes from vertical to horizontal...

  • The iPod lecture circuit

    The iPod lecture circuit

    Technology is bringing the ivory tower to big rigs and fishing boats, offering the chance to study existentialism or theoretical physics.

  • Apple to allow outside applications on iPhone

    Apple to allow outside applications on iPhone

    In a turnabout, the firm will let outsiders write software for the gadget.

  • Is Apple losing some of its shine?

    Recent moves to impose control risk alienating longtime loyalists

  • iPhone backlash?

    iPhone backlash?

    The anticipation was unparalleled. Even before the iPhone came out, The Times' Joel Stein was humiliated not to have one. "It seems impossible to me that everyone hasn't gotten an iPhone and already begun mocking me as I punch away on my tiny, caveman raised-bump keyboard, calling me 'Thumbsy'...

  • Hacking the iPhone

    The wireless industry is being dragged kicking and screaming into the open-source future.

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