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This is shaping up to be an ugly month for Apple. First, the big, big, big news: Consumer Reports announced on Monday that its engineers have demonstrated problems with the iPhone 4's reception; these problems are serious enough that the respected product testing outfit is retracting its earlier...
One of my goals for this summer is to focus on how our readers are using Macs in the enterprise. This is a subject that's near and dear to my heart; I've been an advocate for Apple's platform in business for over a quarter century. But manageability has always been
A couple days ago, Apple released a configuration change for iOS 4-equipped iPhones to help speed up synchronization actions with Exchange Servers. Apparently, the problem was not only causing slow syncs from the user’s perspective but was causing significant load on the server side as well.
When Apple's sales pitch for the iPad's 3G model included the ability to sign up for an unlimited, contract-free data plan from AT&T, it sounded like a good deal. But Apple CEO Steve Jobs neglected to ask Ma Bell how long it intended to honor that offer. Well, we found
I swear to heaven that this will be the last thing I write about the iPad until the other side of Labor Day, unless I’m specifically asked. (Even I’m getting tired of the subject.) Could Apple have developed the iPad without the experience gained during the three years that the
In his review of the Apple iPad, eWEEK Labs Senior Analyst P. J. Connolly said the device is "groundbreaking and unique," but far from complete. Connolly added that some of the iPad's shortcomings will be remedied when the next version of its OS debuts later this year, but that the