You can thank inclusive design for typewriters, flexible straws and the technology behind iPhone screens.
The company has managed to make its products seem indispensable to its loyal customers, who appear willing to pay more.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan wants to pull his people away from American-made smartphones and push them toward products from homegrown company Vestel. That could prove difficult, once you take a closer look at what comprises Vestel's phones.
What does that mean? Data collection, privacy settings and software updates ... for a car.
The country is important to Apple's growth.
It's forced companies to adapt to the idea of handheld computers and given others a reason to exist.
Apple unveils three phones, pitching the priciest, at about $1,000, to the faithful. The price might be high, but according to analysts, the Apple faithful will buy. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
Apple’s earnings are out Tuesday amid speculation about its next iPhone offerings. One possibility: that the next iteration will include a souped-up, expensive model that could even break the $1,000 price tag. What features could lure customers to pay that kind of money? And how would phone companies adjust their payment schedules to help customers with […]
Brian Merchant has the backstory on the iPhone's creation in his new book, "The One Device: The Secret History of the iPhone"