After several stories made the rounds last week that Steve Wozniak wasn’t impressed with the new iPads, the Apple co-founder has come out to clarify that he never actually said that, and that he was misquoted by reporters.
In August VR-Zone reported that Apple was in in the initial stages of setting up an R&D facility in Taipei. Now it has begun the hiring process.
There have been no rumors of iPad Air being in short supply, reiterated by chatter that the company might offer in-store pickup option on launch day, which is November 1.
While Apple didn’t mention exactly how much RAM both iPad Air and Retina iPad Mini have, it is believed that the new tablets have 1GB of RAM hooked up with their 64 bit A7 chips.
Various users of the new late 2013 Retina MacBook Pro models have taken to Apple Support Communities to complain about various issues they’re facing with the keyboard and the trackpad.
Its not unusual to see analysts predict what Apple is going to launch in the coming year. The latest prediction points towards a “blockbuster” iPhone 6 being released next year.
Apple may have launched its newest update, OS X Mavericks, just a few days ago but its not forgetting about legacy users. The company has decided to kick off a new sale for customers who wish to upgrade to OS X Lion or Mountain Lion.
At its iPad event on October 22, Apple announced that it is replacing the black and slate color of the original iPad mini with space gray. Select Apple brick-and-mortar stores now have the new color option in stock.
More bad news for Apple following the whole YouTube video “borrowing” without author consent debacle? It sure seems like it, as the inventor of both the Apple I and Apple II computers has confessed the freshly unveiled iPads failed to impress him.
Nokia has gotten really good of late at advertising its products at the expense of the competition, but nothing, not even that wickedly clever anti-Galaxy S4 Zoom marketing stunt, showcased the sheer brilliance the Finns are apparently capable of.
Benchmarks tests reveal that OS X Mavericks’ power saving features are boosting battery life in compatible Macs, the biggest boost is seen in the 2013 13 inch MacBook Pro.
It was rumored prior to the launch of this new tablet that the supplies of Retina iPad Mini are likely to be constrained, an analyst reiterates these fears, claiming that supplies may be “ridiculously tight.”
Reports from the Canadian press have added John Sculley is exploring a takeover bid for the troubled company.
We all knew this was coming. And not a moment too soon, it has. The ink is barely dry on Apple’s press releases announcing the new iPad Air and iPad mini 2 and Cupertino’s rivals have already come out swinging to defend their own tablet bids.
Apple has begun rolling out iOS 7.0.3 for all supported devices, introducing a slew of bug fixes and improvements.
We take a peek at some of the new features, tweaks and enhancements in OS X Mavericks.
Today at its event in San Francisco California, Apple revealed that the latest update to Mac OS X – Mavericks – will be launched today as a free download to Macintosh users.
Apple unveiled its next-generation iPad, which will be called the iPad Air. The iPad Mini has also been refreshed and comes with a Retina display.
Apple unveiled new versions of the 13-inch and 15-inch Macbook Pros today at an event in California.
A lot of virtual ink has been spilled in the past couple of weeks on how Apple’s iPhone 5s is copiously dominating the “unapologetically plastic” 5c at the worldwide box-office, but before writing off Cupertino’s first colorful handheld you may want to hear a final word from Localytics.