With curved displays being all the rage these days, its quite possible that Apple might be working on something along the same lines as well.
A new and intriguing nugget of information on the oft-rumored but not yet confirmed 12.9-inch iPad Pro (aka Maxi) has surfaced in China, where anonymous “inside” sources suggest the display resolution may go all the way up to 4K.
PayPal has launched its own online store where people can buy gift cards of their favourite stores using their PayPal account.
Apple has acquired social media analytics firm Topsy for at least $200 million, signaling that Apple sees a big future in big data in the social sphere.
Apple’s iPad Air has been mocked by both Nokia and Microsoft recently with comparative ads and now Amazon joins the chain-yanking campaign with a commercial of its own pitting the iOS-based 9.7-incher against the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9.
They say you have to spend money to make money, and Samsung is the living proof that’s more than a tired cliché, as the Seoul-based multinational conglomerate company is reportedly close to top $14 billion expenses on marketing for the whole of 2013.
Apple is notorious for cherishing its hefty profit margins more than anything and for crafty marketing that allows it to pretty much sell ice to Eskimos, so it shouldn’t come as a shocker Cupertino’s Black Friday 2013 deals are fairly modest.
Apple didn’t even get a chance to apply cold water to the area Nokia burned in the latest Lumia 2520 vs. iPad Air commercial, yet a trio of fresh ads taking multiple stabs at the newest Cupertino-made slate is already up on YouTube.
With Black Friday just around the corner, Cupertino too has confirmed its Apple Black Friday 2013 deals which will be offered at both the online and brick and mortar retail stores.
Nokia has made a habit of advertising its products at the expense of the competition and the latest Lumia 2520 commercial follows the tradition, pitting the 10-inch tab/mini-laptop hybrid against the less productive Apple iPad Air.
Apple has confirmed its acquisition of PrimeSense, the Israeli company behind the 3D sensor technology used in the original Microsoft’s Kinect.
Apple may have hesitated to go big with iPhone 5’s 2013 successors, but there’s apparently no way out of it for the 2014 iPhone duo, which is tipped to considerably push the size envelope at long last.
A usually reliable Korean publication is the latest source to peg early next year as the ETA for Apple’s jumbo-sized iPad, claiming to have received inside information on a production start for 12.9-inch Retina displays.
It wasn’t too long ago when Apple released iOS 7 to the general public, and the first major point update is already under testing.
Apple’s brick and mortar stores are already known for their excellent service, and it might be about to get even better with the introduction of iBeacon sensors.
iOS 7.0.4 is now available for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, bringing a number of fixes and improvements.
Apple is now accepting donations of $5 to $200 on behalf of the American Red Cross via the iTunes Store. Proceeds will go toward rescue, relief and rehabilitation efforts in typhoon-stricken regions in the Philippines.
Apple iTV, the HDTV set that the company is believed to be developing, has reportedly been delayed apparently due to difficulties Apple is facing in securing content.
The second part of the Apple vs. Samsung trial begins tomorrow, with potential damages awarded to Apple as high as $400 million.
A new report suggests that Blackberry’s board rejected takeover proposals from leading technology players.