Technology has never stood still and may never will. Apple software's keep up with this trend of change and keeping up with it may be a strenuous task, when not in touch with new updates frequently. If we don't keep up with technology, no sooner than later we will be left way behind.
Apple is an American multinational corporation with a focus on designing and manufacturing electronics and software's. Apples well known hardware products includes Macintosh computers, iPod, and iPhone. Similarly Apples best known software products include Mac OS X Operating System, iTune media browser, Final Cut Studio and iLife suite of multimedia and creativity software. Apple Inc. formerly known as Apple Computer, Inc. operates more than 200 retail stores in seven countries and an online store.
There are many news updates from Apple Inc, starting with its renaming in 2007, by dropping the word computer to imply the company's ongoing expansion into the electronic market as well as to keeping to their traditional focus on personal computers.
From the year 2005 to present Apple has kept the news aflame with new updates. In 2006 January, Apple announced its first laptop with an Intel microprocessor (15.4" widescreen), 'The MacBook Pro', which was targeted as per its name to professionals. Apple also started shipping the less expensive 'MacBook' (13.3" widescreen) for the consumer market. Throughout the year 2006, Apple shifted the entire Mac product line to Intel chips, maintaining the enclosure design while replacing its internal components. Gradually the Power Mac brand was replaced with Mac Pro as its successor. Apple also introduced 'Boot Camp', a new software that helps users to install Windows XP on their Intel Mac alongside its operating system, 'Mac OS X'.
Apple started turning a profit in 1997, after continuous losses in 1995 and 1996. The profit turn over accelerated between 2003 and 2005, this was evident to the market by its high rate of price increase in its Stocks. In this period (2003-2005), the price of a share of Apple's stock increased more than tenfold. By January 2006, Apples share of the market, exceeded that of Dell.
During 2007, with the announcement of the companies name change, announcements were also made of the iPhone and the Apple TV. Also in the same year, Apple indicated its willingness to sell music on the iTunes Store without digital rights management protection, if the major record labels would agree to drop the anti-piracy technology. By April 2007, Apple and record label EMI announced the removal of anti-piracy technology from EMI's catalog in the iTunes Store from May.
As you can see Apple grew in sudden spurts, by making the rights decisions at the right time. News about Apple Inc. new announcements and launches can be seen very regularly, as it keeps up its aim to catch the user market, and remain on top of its competitors