Apple has sent out press invites for an event on October 22nd. The tagline “We still have a lot to cover” suggests we’ll see more than just new iPads get announced.
Since it’s virtually impossible for Nokia to challenge Apple’s iPhones or iPads at the box-office anytime soon, even with impressive-looking devices like the Lumia 1520 or 2520, why not try to go for one of Cupertino’s less glamorous but still best-selling gadgets: the iPod line?
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to tell timing is everything when it comes to launching a new tech product, especially one that intends to create a fresh niche or target a part of the audience never targeted before.
The decision to replace their yesteryear flagship with a plastic version of the same hardware might not be working out too well for Apple, according to the latest reports.
Despite apparent initial supply shortages and (new) record-breaking sales, Apple is ready to pull another rabbit out of its hat and expand iPhone 5s and 5c availability all around Mother Earth.
As the excitement surrounding the spanking new iPhone 5c and 5s looks to be dying down (except for iPhone gold, because gold is best), it’s finally time for the iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2 to claim their spots in the limelight.
Aside from entering the smartphone arena with a number of fairly intriguing products (especially from a pricing standpoint), Archos has recently cranked up its tablet volumes, even going so far as to tackle niches than no one knew existed.
Qualcomm executive dismisses Apple’s new A7 chip, claiming there are no technical enhancements nor benefits to the customer.
TSMC to handle 60-70 percent of A8 production, with Samsung handing the remainder.
Gold could be Apple’s favorite color going forward, as pictures leaked by Chinese website Weibo show off a iPad mini 2 in gold, with what looks like a fingerprint sensor-enabled home button.
Apple has released version 7.0.2 of iOS 7 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, to fix a security vulnerability that could let users bypass the passcode on the lock screen.
Apple’s record-breaking sales of nine million iPhones over the weekend were split almost evenly between the iPhone 5s and 5c, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities.
Have you ever wondered what’s the difference between the iPhone 5s in gold and the silver and gray models? Only the paint job, you say? Oh, how ignorant you are! Next thing you’ll claim is the internal architecture of all three handhelds is identical.
Albert Einstein once said the difference between genius and stupidity is genius has its limits. And while I don’t want to offend anyone, the latest Internet hoax originating from 4chan (where else?) proves that stupendously.
Apple may be looking to create a larger version of the iPad that will launch sometime next year.
Back when the iPhone 5s and 5c rumor bonanza started (you know, when dinosaurs were still around), basically every insider, tipster and pundit out there claimed to have it on good authority the latter was Apple’s first ever low-cost smartphone.
Sensible souls that aren’t camping outside a local Apple store for the new iPhone 5s and 5c can now order either device from Apple’s website in the U.S.
So you’re considering jumping ship from iOS, Android or BlackBerry to Windows or Windows Phone, are you? Microsoft is lending a hand courtesy of a pretty lucrative trade-in program launched about a week ago, but only if you’re looking to discard one of Apple’s iPads and get a Surface instead.
A report from DigiTimes hints at the possibility of Apple’s upcoming full-sized and mini iPads featuring a fingerprint sensor embedded into their home buttons, similar to the iPhone 5s.
Guess who’s back, back again, Goophone’s back, tell a friend. Cheesy opening, I know, but when dealing with the world’s first Apple iPhone 5C clone, manufactured by none other than the king of clones, it just feels right.