A glass ceiling cracked Thursday as Apple chief Tim Cook became the first Fortune 1000 CEO to publicly acknowledge that he is gay.
In a column in Bloomberg Businessweek, Cook writes that he had long been open about his sexual orientation, but had just not discussed it publicly until now.
It's a watershed moment for corporate America, and in the life of a man who was born in a small town in Alabama and ended up at the helm of one of the world's most valuable companies.
CNN's Erin Burnett has the report.
Apple says that it has received nine complaints about the iPhone 6 Plus bending after it had been in people's pockets for too long.
They say the phones undergo "rigorous tests" and that "with normal use a bend in iPhone is extremely rare." But the problem is not stopping people from buying the devices.
Chinese smugglers make big bucks on iPhone 6
In the United States, you may have noticed a lot of people in line of the iPhone are Chinese. The reason? The iPhone 6 is not yet sold in China, which is the world's largest smartphone market. That means big money for Chinese buyers who come to the U.S. and play the line well.
CNN's Kyung Lah has the story.
Here's a high-tech question: Is your butt bending the new extra big iPhone? Or maybe putting it in your front pocket is giving the phone the bends?
CNN's Jeanne Moos is bending more than our ear with this report on the latest brouhaha over the iPhone.
Apple's futuristic new headquarters is a three million square foot complex was Steve Jobs' final innovation for the tech giant.
New glimpses of Apple's 'spaceship' campus
On Tuesday, Apple was given the final approval from the City of Cupertino, California.
Dan Simon has the story OutFront.