Stories by Yoni Heisler

Steve Jobs' office at Apple remains exactly as he left it

Steve Jobs' office at Apple remains intact, and looks exactly the way it did when he passed away in October of 2012. This tidbit first came to the surface when a video clip of Tim Cook's interview with Charlie Rose was released earlier this week.

In Pictures: In memoriam - Apple's iPod through the years

In the wake of Apple's recent decision to retired the iPod Classic, let's take a look back at the progression of the device that changed the music industry.

In Pictures: The many looks of the Apple Watch

Apple's new smartwatch is highly customisable. Here's a look at the possible adaptations available to customers.

In Pictures: 17 coolest iPhone 6, Apple Watch announcements

Here you’ll find a detailed recap of some of the cooler and most important new products and services Apple announced yesterday.

Steve Ballmer steps down from Microsoft board

Now that he's the bonafide owner of the NBA's Los Angeles Clippers, Steve Ballmer today announced that he was formally stepping down from his role as a Microsoft board member.

Revamped Apple TV may be delayed until 2015, report claims

With Apple executives touting the most exciting lineup of new products in 25 years, one product due for a major upgrade is Apple's long-adored hobby -- the Apple TV.

Apple's 5.5-inch iPhone may be delayed until 2015

For months now, reports have swirled that Apple this fall will introduce new larger screened iPhone models, one with a 4.-7 inch display and another with a 5.5-inch display.

In Pictures: Apple’s most important iPhone upgrades over the years

Seven years after its initial launch, the iPhone has come a long way in terms of its feature set.

iPhone 6 expected to launch in late September

Citing a reliable source, MacRumors is reporting that Apple's next-gen iPhone will likely be announced in early-mid September, paving the way for a full fledged launch later in the month.

WIth iWatch looming, Microsoft plans its own fitness wearable as Woz tosses aside his Galaxy Gear

With the iWatch rumoured to launch sometime this fall, competitors like Microsoft aren't sitting idly by. According to a recent report from longtime Microsoft watcher, Paul Thurrott, the folks in Redmond are prepping their own wearable device that will have a decidedly fitness oriented bent.

Apple hires lead software engineer from Atlas Wearables

A few weeks ago, Apple executive Eddy Cue boldly claimed that Apple's 2014 product pipeline was the best he's seen in 25 years. And for someone that was around for the release of both the iPhone and iPad, that's quite a lofty statement.

4.7 and 5.5-inch iPhones slated to go on sale simultaneously this Fall

Contrary to previous report which hinted that the rumored 5.5-inch iPhone might see some delays, Bloomberg is now reporting that Apple's two new iPhone models this fall -- a 4.7 inch model and a 5.5 inch model -- will launch at the same time. What's more, production is expected to begin sometime next month.

Apple planning to release 12-inch MacBook Air later this year

According to a recent report in Digitimes, Apple is prepping plans to manufacture a 12-inch MacBook Air during the third quarter of 2014. As it stands now, the MacBook Air comes in 11 and 13-inch flavors so it remains unclear if Apple's svelte notebook will be available in three distinct sizes or if one of the aforementioned form factors will be shown the door.

5.5-inch iPhone may cost $100 more, but consumers are willing to pay

With Apple largely expected to unveil two new iPhone models this fall -- one with a 4.7-inch screen and the other with a 5.5-inch screen -- an obvious question looms: just how does Apple plan on pricing these devices?

In Pictures: Apple's coolest announcements at WWDC 2014

These are the announcements that got the crowd excited at WWDC 2014.

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