Apple is removing the security tethers from iPhones on display inside its stores. Several locations have removed the device so customers can handle the phones more naturally. You're even welcome to try it in your pocket (so long as you take…
Apple has removed the security cables that secure iPhones in some of its stores outside the U.S. Its reason? Customers will be able to interact with the devices more freely. It also makes it easy to walk out with an iPhone, but Apple's not…
Contrary to reports, Apple has said it's so far found "no evidence" of store staff in Brisbane sharing secret photos of female shoppers. However, it confirmed "several" staff members had been fired, suggesting some underhanded activities…
South Korea doesn't have an Apple store, but the iPhone maker is trying to change that. While Samsung already is dealing with the recall of its Galaxy Note 7, it now has to worry about a possible physical retail presence from its rival.
Apple will be updating its Apple Store app with personal recommendations for devices and other products that are available for purchase in the app. It's not clear what data the company will pull for the recommendations.
Apple is reportedly clearing its retail stores of its oldest, non-Retina MacBook Pro machine. The move could be part of preparations to reorganize its laptop line-up, with an all-new MacBook Pro expected to land toward the end of the year.
The Indian government has announced it's relaxing its local sourcing rules that companies needed to follow if they wanted an official retail presence in the country. The rule changes could pave the way for Apple Stores.
Sometimes to beat them, you pretend to join them. Just ask the three thieves who managed to steal a grand total of 67 iPhones from an Apple store on the Upper West Side of New York City by dressing like employees.
After years of not being allowed to open retail stores in India, Apple might finally have its wish granted and be able to open its stores in the country. Due to Apple's secretive nature, we won't know for sure until it actually happens.
If you don't live near an Apple Store but still want to take advantage of the iPhone Upgrade Program, you're in luck. Apple has finally brought the program to its online store, hopefully spurring a slew of new iPhone sales.
Apple's refreshed 12-inch MacBooks are already showing up in its stores worldwide, and are expected to roll out to authorized resellers at any moment. To find the nearest store, simply use Apple's online Personal Pickup tool.
Apple's newest stores are rather swanky, with giant glass panels and giant rear-wall displays. But none of that comes cheap. The 37-foot screen at the back of the shop costs the Cupertino company $1.5 million by itself.