The technology giant launched two new iPhones and refreshed the iMac line in September. However, in the age of instant gratification, many tech enthusiasts are already asking what's next?
While employees would prefer it to be an immediate, buy, plug-and-play kind of situation, IT departments need to take it slow when adding new devices to the company network.
Apple quietly rolled out a refreshed iMac line and announced the new specs in a press release. The new all-in-one desktops now have fourth generation Intel quad-core processors, new graphics, next generation Wi-Fi and faster PCIe flash storage options.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, who is quoted in the release, called it "our best iPhone launch yet" and the figures are a new record for first weekend sales.
A bounty is on the table for anyone that can break the iPhone 5S Touch ID fingerprint scanner.
In the front of Apple Retail Stores around the world, have been lined up to be the first of their group to get their hands on the latest iDevice.
If you are a fan of Apple, there is a good chance that yesterday was a day of both joy and frustration. This is all because it was iOS 7 launch day.
In the off-season, Alabama State University upgraded all 30 concession stands throughout the facility.
By adding productivity software for free, Apple seeking to branch its mobile devices further into the land of the enterprise.
Dealing with an upgrade like this does bring with it a number of challenges.