A white version of the Apple iPhone 4 has been uncovered; well, not exactly. Some folks at M8Cool.com paid US$113 to replace the original cover of the iPhone 4 to a white one. While it isn’t the official white iPhone 4, some reasons were uncovered as to why it won’t be on sale just yet.
As far as Apple is concerned, there is no need to have two of the same thing, especially when they serve identical roles and functions. Starting next month, the Cupertino company will yank all links to downloadable content on its home page in favor of redirecting users to the native Mac App Store, which will
It has been rumored that Apple already has a mini iPad in its secret stash somewhere in Cupertino, and that such a device will only be launched sometime next year. However, it seems that Taiwan gets to enjoy first dibs on that secretive, scaled-down Apple tablet; popular Taiwanese singer and race car driver Jimmy Lin
Today, TomTom has announced its latest version of Map Share which allows users to make changes directly to their own maps and receive TomTom-verified updates free of charge, via the TomTom app for iPhone. In addition, you will also get free map updates verified by the company. Read on for the news release.
Acer, ASUS and Lenovo are among some of the laptop manufacturers who intend to go head-on with Apple in the thin and light notebook PC segment. Expect to see the slim and stylish offerings from the various companies early next year.
Anybody who has jailbroken their iOS-powered device would have heard of the alternative mobile app repository known as Cydia, but it seems that the repository’s creator have got something a little more ambitious lined up. Apparently, Cydia will soon be launching its own App Store for OS X in a matter of weeks, thus setting
Apple has disabled jailbreak detection API in its iOS, secretly. This means that if users can choose to use alternatives, rather than iTunes, to load and modify apps on their jailbroken phone more easily.
According to some component suppliers, the production for the new revamped Apple iPad will be increased early next year. And it seems like the iPad 2 (as most called it) may come with front and rear camera for taking pictures and videos, as well as for video conferencing.
Apple has their App store for the iPod, iPad and iPhone, and from online news sources, the company will be launching their Mac App store next week. You can purchase the software like iPhoto, GarageBand and iMovie, and developers can also submit their software for sale on the App store (after review).
Would any sane person pay US$25,000 for a computer? Most probably not, unless that computer is one that can really be considered as an out-of-this-word collector’s item. But the interesting part is, this particular Mac SE which was put up for auction in eBay nicely falls into the “out-of-the-world” category, perhaps even more so than
It is tough enough to develop apps for Apple’s iPhone and iPad devices, not to mention, the apps need to be approved by the company before they are allowed to be featured on the App Store. And recently, a Danish media company that publishes a magazine on Android platform, is the latest one to be rejected.
Like him or loathe him, no one can deny that Steve Jobs is one of the most iconic figures in the world of computing and consumer electronics, for a variety of reasons. And apparently, so great is his fame that a Chinese manufacturer has seen it fit to give the Apple founder his own figurine.
Japanese company Lunascape has launched their web browser for the iPhone (and iPad). Free to download from the Apple App Store, the “iLunascape Lite for iPhone” offers easy one-hand operation as well as various features including screen capture and hiding the address bar for maximized viewing area.
Remember the hoo-ha Apple caused when it was revealed that the Cupertino company was working with a security firm to implement a new built-in, software-configurable SIM card for future iPhones? Seems like the GSM Alliance had beaten Apple to it: the Alliance has announced plans for the development of a standard embedded SIM card to
If there is a good example of the classic ‘good news bad news’ situation, NVIDIA’s latest graphics card for the Mac Pro has to be it. The good news: the Fermi-based Quadro 4000 which was previously available only to PC users has come to the Mac Pro. The bad news? OS X will not support
The voices of the people are heard. At least that’s what Google did, providing their VoIP app to the iPhone users. Yes, you heard right, Google Voice is now available on Apple’s App Store, and it’s free too.
Seems like the good guys over at Apple have a new announcement to make, But in typical Apple flair, they are purposely holding back the good stuff by teasing us viewers with an attention-grabbing banner on homepage. Looks like tomorrow will be a very good day to use iTunes after the announcement has been made.
Ping, the social network for music from Apple iTunes, has partnered with Twitter to let users share their songs and discoveries with their friends, and even preview songs from iTunes within Twitter.
Steve Jobs would probably flip if he saw something like this, but when it comes to making lookalikes of popular devices, the ingenuity of Chinese OEMs cannot be doubted. And this time, it is the recently-released 11-inch Macbook Air which has been ‘retooled’ into the VAYEE HY118, complete with Apple branding and (gasp), standard hardware
While PCs are more prone to viruses and malware, Macs are not entirely safe from these threats either. Good news is, there are anti-virus software developed on Mac OS platform, and recently, Sophos has announced their free Mac anti-virus for the home users.