It has been rumored time and again that Apple will conduct its iPhone event this year on September 10. It seems that the company might finally roll out press invites today, which will finally put an end to such rumors.
A blurry video has surfaced online which shows a purported iPhone 5C unit which is not only fully assembled, but functional as well. Previously, only polycarbonate shells and various components of the device have been seen.
According to reports, various Apple Retail Stores as well as Best Buy outlets no longer have the AirPort Express Wi-Fi router in stock. The supply constraint is believed to be a hint that a new version might be launching soon.
You’ll have to be pretty secluded from civilization to have never heard of Apple’s iPhone 5C to this point, but if you’re not yet fed up with seeing the upcoming “budget” iPhone maidenly smiling for the camera ahead of its formal intro, we have a real treat for you today.
The new iPhone is expected to be released on September 20th. Following in the footsteps of the two major U.S. carriers, Verizon too has reportedly blacked out employee vacation around the date when the launch is expected.
There were a lot of rumors circulating over the past few weeks about Apple launching a trade-in program for the iPhone. The company has confirmed this program, adding that it is only exclusive to the U.S. for now.
Today, publishers Macmillan and penguin sent emails to eligible customers informing them that they could receive compensation from a settlement following the US Department of Justice antitrust against these companies, three other publishers, and Apple.
Apple has been hit with a new lawsuit by a man from New Jersey. The man claims that he was burnt by his iPhone 4, which resulted in “severe, permanent, disfiguring and disabling injuries.” He now seeks $75,000 in damages, excluding medical and other costs.
The major purported parts of the iPad 5, its rear housing and front panel, have been leaked quite a few times. The two parts have been combined to form an entire shell, which hints what Apple’s next flagship tablet might look like.
Following T-Mobile, AT&T also issues a vacation blackout for its employees for the latter half of September, further solidifying the claim that the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C will launch during this time.
Its not unusual for carriers to black out certain dates on which retail store employees can’t take a vacation, this is usually done prior to a major launch. T-Mobile is reportedly blacking out certain dates in September, which hints at September 20th iPhone launch.
Yesterday it was rumored that Apple will announce the new iPads on September 10, at the same event it is expected to unveil the two new iPhones. Now, an insider says that rumor is false.
Apple has filed trademarks in the United States and Australia for the term “startup” which likely describes an upcoming addition to its Apple stores.
Yet another incident involving an Apple charger has been reported. A 34 year old man claims to have been thrown across the room as an iPad charger “exploded” in his hands. He believes that had his eight year old daughter received the shock instead, she would have been killed.
Apple’s new retail store in Japan is reportedly going to open next year. The store is said to open in Tokyo’s Omotesando district. According to reports, this outlet will be opened for customers in March.
Apple might increase use of plastic in devices as it looks for an experienced plastics material engineer
The Cupertino-based company might increase the use of plastic in its various devices, the use might also go beyond internal parts. Apple has listed a new job opening for an experienced plastics material engineer.
Apple is already expected to unveil two new iPhones on September 10th. A new report hints at the possibility of the company launching iPad 5 and iPad mini 2 at the same event alongside the rumored launch of iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S.
A purported front panel of Apple’s next generation iPad has been leaked. The pictures show off what we’ve been hearing for quite some time. The iPad 5 is expected to be more compact and have bezels slimmer than its predecessors.
More details have emerged about Apple’s upcoming iPhone trade-in program. Reportedly called iPhone Reuse and Recycle program, the company is expected to start accepting trade-ins from August 30th in select Apple Retail Stores.
A new update was rolled out today for Apple TV, the company’s set-top box. The update brings apps for Disney, Weather Channel, Vevo and Smithsonian channel to Apple TV. All new apps are available for U.S. based users, availability varies in different countries.