Apple still has some work to do to fully get into the enterprise.
According to an article from Computerworld, Apple has cut prices of the iPod Touch in the face of dipping sales numbers.
Following the Worldwide Developers Conference, the blogosphere starts ramping up for the fall hardware launch cycle that historically includes many of the product lines including the iPhone and iPad.
The results of a recent study show that 68 percent of companies see the positive impact that mobile devices have on company productivity.
From March to May, Snow Leopard lost 3.8 percentage points of its share of all Mac operating systems.
Apple rolled out a new model of the 21.5-inch iMac which is being positioned as an "Entry Level" system because it comes with a price tag of $1,099, $200 cheaper than the previous low end model.
According to a report from Business Insider, Apple is in the process of working on the next version of the iPad Air.
One of the favorite pastimes following any Apple announcement is to immediately start looking into the future and speculate what will be coming next.
Accenture released the results of a survey of 1,475 executives and found that 77 percent of participants consider mobility among the top five priorities for the 2014 and 43 percent placed it on the top two.
A new report from JAMF Software and Dimensional Research polled IT executives at enterprise firms across the U.S. and found that the use of Apple products has reached a new high.