Many details were fabricated.
The Justice Department is planning an antitrust case.
App developers have been downloading address books like it's nothing.
As well as 4,200 Beats by Dr. Dre headphones.
He was apparently up for a job in the first Bush White House.
The company's labor practices don't seem to be getting much better.
The company reported huge profits from the first quarter without its co-founder.
Meanwhile, they're discontinuing their "Go International" collaborations.
Your HTC phone might get a tiny bit more complicated.
Take your Droid and BlackBerry and shove it.
The NYPD's plan to pose as an easy mark on the subway worked again.
It's the fifth Apple store in New York City.
Apple says the missing search results are "not intentional omissions."
If only he could have asked Siri whether this was a good idea.
Puns and produce get us verklempt.
A few things to expect from Walter Isaacson's forthcoming biography of the Apple founder.
In last night's premiere of 'The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs', the monologuist talked about Apple's dark side.
See the flowers, notes, and, yes, apples commemorating the inspiring inventor.