October 16, 2005 @ 6:51 pm (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (Software, Strategy, Events)
Apple to release a photo retouching application

According to an unconfirmed report, Apple is planning to announce a professional photo retouching application, during the special press event scheduled for October 19th. (more…)

October 14, 2005 @ 3:13 pm (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (Hardware, Strategy, Events)
Special Event on October 19

As MacWorld reports, just two days after its “One more thing…” Special Event, Apple asks again the press to come and attend another Special Event in New York, confirming our yesterday’s report. (more…)

@ 2:59 pm (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (Strategy, Events)
Tim Cook named COO, Jon Rubinstein to retire

According to this report, today Apple has named Tim Cook its Chief Operating Officer. Tim Cook has been executive vice president of Worldwide Sales and Operations since 2002. (more…)

October 13, 2005 @ 3:34 pm (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (Strategy, Events)
Apple stock soars on product announcements

Apple’s stock closed significantly higher today a day after the company announced several new products including a video-enabled iPod and a new iMac. (more…)

@ 1:12 pm (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (Strategy, Events)
Apple trademarks “Vingle” (UPDATE)

Apple has trademarked “Vingle” at the U.S. Patents and Trademarks Office. The trademark has been filed on October the 7th and includes a logo. Apple filed the trademark three times with a different description. (more…)

October 12, 2005 @ 3:16 pm (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (Strategy)
Apple Trademarks “Tubes”

Apple has filed a trademark for the name “Tubes” and its logo on October 6. The description of the trademark is the following: (more…)

@ 12:42 pm (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (Hardware, Strategy, Events)
Apple drops the eMac (UPDATE)

Just after the Special Event, Apple re-opened its online store but we can notice that the eMac line has disappeared from it. We may assume that Apple is stopping this product line.

However we can still find reference to this product if we browse the Hardware section of Apple’s site and we take a look on the “Education” section of the page.

The eMac has been introduced for the education market in 2002. It was the cheaper Mac configuration (starting at $799) until Apple releases the $499 Mac mini on January 2005, during MacWord SF opening Keynote.

Many rumours suggested last year that the eMac line would be soon discontinued but Apple denied these rumours and brought another update to the product line.

Now it looks like Apple decided to stop the eMac, probably because its sales were hurt by the Mac mini’s introduction.

UPDATE: Apple also dropped the U2 iPod.

@ 12:29 pm (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (Software, Hardware, Strategy, Events)
Full report on October 12 Special Event (UPDATE)

Today Apple released several new products during a special press event. The company unveiled a new iMac lineup, a new iPod with video features and two new applications: Photobooth, FrontRow. The popular music application iTunes has been updated to version 6 while Apple adds video content to its store. (more…)

@ 12:20 pm (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (Strategy, Events)
October 12 Special Event live transcript (UPDATE)

The Special Event starts in a few minutes. We’ll try to provide a quick and non exhaustive coverage on MacScoop.com. (more…)

@ 3:26 am (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (Software, Strategy, Events)
Job posting and sources hint at video related plans

Many signs that Apple is planning to make video-related announcements appeared during the last seven days. With almost all analysts and Mac-centric sites expecting Apple to introduce a video iPod, we thought it was interesting to publish the little information we got along with a rumour roundup. (more…)

@ 2:49 am (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (Strategy, Events)
Some highlights on the Conference Call

Yesterday we provided you real-time transcript of Apple’s Q4 financial results conference call, here is some information we’d like to point out: (more…)

October 11, 2005 @ 3:05 pm (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (Strategy, Events)
Apple Q4 Financial Results Conference

Apple is currently webcasting its Q4 financial results conference call. Here is a quick and non-exhaustive live coverage: (more…)

@ 2:55 pm (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (Strategy, Events)
Apple posts $430 million of profit (UPDATE)

Apple has just announced its Q4 financial results. The company posted net profit of $430 million (up from 106 million last year) or 50 cents per share, while its revenue rose by 56% to $3.68 billion from last year. (more…)

@ 1:55 pm (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (Hardware, Strategy, Events)
Apple’s US retail market share reaches 6.6%

According to an article on TheStreet, Apple’s retail market share in the U.S. PC market has significantly increased. It is now at 6.6% from 4.3% last year. (more…)

October 4, 2005 @ 3:38 pm (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (Software, Hardware, Strategy, Events)
Special Event on October 12

Sources indicated that Apple has sent invitations to the press for a special event that will be held on October 12, 10 a.m. at the California Theater, San Jose. (more…)

October 3, 2005 @ 4:50 pm (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (Hardware, Strategy)
Apple’s shares on all time high

Today, Apple’s shares (AAPL) reached all time high during after hours trading on positive analysts’ comments. Apple’s stock price closed the regular trading session at $54.44 but exceeded $54.6 during after hours trading. The stock’s 52 week high was $54.56 (and it still is if we don’t count after hours trading). (more…)

September 29, 2005 @ 11:52 pm (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (Hardware, Strategy)
Several hardware updates coming (UPDATE)

Sources that can be qualified as reliable informed MacosXrumors that Apple is planning to revamp several lines of Macs (if not all) within early October and early December. (more…)

September 28, 2005 @ 12:02 am (EST) — posted by Alexandros Roussos (Software, Strategy)
iTunes for Windows Mobile? (UPDATE)

Schrankmonster has posted some pictures of iTunes running on Windows Mobile and claims that Apple is porting its popular music application to Microsoft’s mobile platform. (more…)

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