Apple Inc.’s forecast for the slowest holiday sales growth in a half decade reflects how iPhones and iPads aren’t providing the growth surges they once did as competition accelerates in the saturated mobile market.
Apple Inc. and Facebook Inc. will report quarterly earnings this week that underscore the technology industry’s division into two camps: providers that are adapting to shifting mobile and Web tastes, and those that have lagged behind.
Apple Inc. sold 9 million iPhones in the weekend debut of two new models, almost double the previous record, and predicted that quarterly revenue would be at the high end of its previously projected range.
Apple Inc. fell the most in almost five months after unveiling two iPhones that were criticized by analysts and reviewers as lacking enough new features or a low enough price to attract a broad range of first-time users.
Apple Inc. is preparing to unveil sweeping changes to the software powering iPhones and iPads, seeking to reignite desire for its products and blunt the advance of Google Inc.’s Android mobile operating system.
Tim Cook’s tenure at the helm of Apple Inc. has been a crash course in crisis management. In almost two years since Cook became chief executive officer, Apple has lurched from one reputation-threatening public-relations predicament to the next.
As Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook takes the stage at this year’s shareholder meeting, he may not get the reception he received in 2012, when investors lauded the company’s performance and rising shares.