Dissecting the beta version of iOS 6, 9to5mac has provided a lot of information on the upcoming iPhone device (N41AP/iPhone5,1). They also included a photo and details of the upcoming 3D map application.
Tech blog BGR claims to have it from a "trusted source" that Apple is going to showcase the operating system for its television set at this year's Worldwide Developer's Conference in June.
A new report on heavy data users shows that iPhone owners account for a vast majority of the heaviest data users, but the data is unclear as to why that is.
Eight out of 10 smartphones shipped in the first quarter of this year were powered by Google's Android or Apple's iOS platforms, highlighting the continued dominance of the two companies in the mobile industry.
Sources of the MacRumors tech blog has supplied supposed images of a future iPod touch front panel, and other parts for the next iPod touch and iPhone.
A lawsuit is being filed against Apple, accusing the company of misleading consumers in the advertisement of its iCloud service.
According to a Microsoft official, Windows Phone handsets are overtaking the iPhone in the People's Republic of China.
In Apple's digital store, the word 'jailbreak' was being replaced with a censored 'j*******k'. After much ridicule on Twitter and the blogosphere, Apple quickly removed the censorship.
PopCap Games has launched a high-definition version of its classic gem-busting game Bejeweled for Apple's iPad, complete with support for the retina display on the new model.
iOS application developers are spotting devices running iOS 6 in application usage logs.
According to a report from China Daily, Foxconn chief Terry Gou spoke concerning the Apple iTV, a device that has been rumored for a long time.
According to "trusted sources", 9to5mac reports that Apple iOS 6 will feature a new Map application with 3D features from C3 Technologies.
Apple will hold its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in early June, where it will unveil details about the future of iOS and OS X.
Wave bye bye to Google Docs and say hello to Google Drive, as the much rumoured and leaked service has gone live, more or less at least. Google seems to be rolling out the service step by step and if you haven't gotten it yet do not fret as it should arrive shortly.
If you're an iPhone 4S (or a new iPad) owner and often find yourself spending time searching for misplaced keys or other such items, Logitec's new Bluetooth 4.0 accessory – the LBT-MPVRU01 "Burutag" (which translates to "vibrating tag") may just be the solution you've been looking for.
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (RIM) has launched a mobile device management solution for enterprise customers using rival mobile platforms on Apple and Android devices.
In a case of being better late than never, the Facebook app for iPad has just been updated to support the super high resolution of Apple's latest generation iPad. This is a much welcomed feature for owners of the third-gen iPad particularly due to there being a ton of photos and videos uploaded in high
Free mobile apps use considerably more battery power than their paid equivalents, due to resource-hogging advertisements, according to a study by Purdue University.
D-Link has announced their new mydlink+ app for the Apple iPad and Android tablet devices that allows users to monitor up to four network cameras in your home or office. On top of that, the company also introduced their latest DIR-505 mobile companion router that claims to offer instant Wi-Fi access, convenient file sync, USB
Apple has announced a plethora of new and improved software, apps and games for its iPad range, all with better graphics, to coincide with the announcement of the iPad 3.