Mobile integration with automobiles and "smart cars" could be the next hot consumer item at the 2014 CES.
A recent article from Forbes dove into the rumor of the "iPad Pro."
A ComputerWorld article pointed out that this is not the first time in recent months that Cook has used language like this and in the past it has amounted to nothing more than words.
A new ad shows how intuitive and simple Apple mobile technology can be when the user understands it.
Popular Apple blog 9to5Mac was able to get their hands on an internal memo that company CEO Tim Cook sent out to employees over the weekend that teases "big plans."
If the rumors end up being true, 2014 is shaping up to be a monumental one for Apple with new products hitting the market.
According to an article from Forbes, in just one day of availability, the Mac Pro has proven to be very popular.
For now, companies that add the new computer will have to handle a PC and Mac integration to ensure it is done successfully.
According to a press release from Apple, orders for the Mac Pro will start online through the company's website, in the retail stores and at authorized resellers on December 19.
IT executives need to be aware of "what" tech is being deployed and "how" such a rollout is planned to happen.