NY Attorney General Presses Apple And Google On Stopping Device Thefts



iPhone theft has become a huge issue in big city like New York City. In fact, Mayor Bloomberg says the iPhone was responsible for New York City’s first increase in crime in 20 years.

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is supposedly pretty tired of his constituents getting their iPhones stolen from them, so he’s written a public letter to Tim Cook asking why Apple isn’t doing more to stop iPhone theft.

Tim Cook Will Speak At Goldman Sachs Tech Conference Tomorrow



It’s not often that Tim Cook speaks at a non-Apple event, but for the second year in a row, Tim is heading to New York City to speak at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet conference.

Last year, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook presented at the Goldman Sachs tech conference where he spoke about working conditions in China, why Apple TV is just a hobby, the popularity of the iPad, and much more.

Apple To Close Up To 50 Retail Stores As Hurricane Sandy Approaches


Apple stores located in hurricane Sandy's path.
Apple stores located in hurricane Sandy's path.

Apple looks set to close up to 50 retail stores across the East Coast of the Unites States as hurricane Sandy approaches. The Cupertino company is in the process of boarding up windows at 35 stores within the landfall of the hurricane’s path, in addition to another 15 just outside the zone across the northeastern U.S. and Canada.

Why Waiting In Line For The Latest iPhone Is No Longer Just For Diehard Apple Fans


iPhone 5 is selling like hot cakes covered in chocolate sprinkles.
You'll be stuck behind a lot of promoters when you line up for the iPhone 5.

There was a time when waiting in line for Apple’s latest iPhone meant you were a diehard fan who could think of nothing worse than not getting the device on launch day. Unfortunately, that’s no longer the case: Lines have already started forming for the iPhone 5 outside of Apple’s flagship store on Fifth Avenue in New York City, but the first two people in the queue are not diehard Apple fans.

Instead, they are there simply to promote their own products or services.