The first version of iOS 7 is yet to be released to end-users, but Apple seems to be in the process of testing iterative updates to the latest version of its operating system already.
Microsoft is taking the fight to Apple once again, this time in seven – yes, seven – new YouTube videos mocking Cupertino’s recently announced iPhone 5s and 5c.
With the iPhone 5s and 5c official, everyone is now looking forward to the next wave of iPads. Both the iPad 5 and iPad mini 2 have been seen in leaked images before, and now a couple of images comparing the two have hit the web.
It’s become a sort of tradition for Apple’s competitors to try to detour media attention away from big iPhone or iPad unveilings through social media and commercials of all kinds. You can call it envy or you can call it solid PR. I like to call it humor.
Apple has reportedly begun seeding the Gold Master (GM) version of iOS 7 to registered developer devices, and is also asking developers to start submitting their iOS 7-compatible apps.
Apple's event in Cupertino led to some interesting revelations, including the official announcement of the iPhone 5C and 5S as well as the anticipated fingerprint sensor and other features.
Despite a decline in India’s currency, Apple is reportedly keeping the prices of the iPhone and iPad steady in the country, in turn reducing the margin it usually keeps on all its devices.
Nothing has been formally announced yet. But it is not deterring people from waiting outside Apple stores in growing numbers for products yet to be released.
Sonny Dickson has done it again. The notorious, controversial and very troublesome (for some) young blogger, who’s recently announced his retirement from the “business”, has posted two incredibly detailed hands-on galleries starring the Apple iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2 in the past 24 hours.
Purported iPhone 5S publicity materials reveal new features: fingerprint scanner, A7 chip, 2 MP front cam
There’s no use to even try to deny it anymore. Apple’s iPhone 5C and 5S are hours away from becoming reality. But with everything from their looks to their specs and pricing structures revealed in a bundle of reports of late, there’s very little that can still surprise us.
Well, it looks like while everyone was busy speculating about when BlackBerry Messenger would make its cross-platform launch, the iPhone app was already submitted to the App Store for review two weeks ago.
Mavericks, the next major OS X release that’s currently in its seventh developer preview, might not make its way to the public before late October, according to a report by AllThingsD.
Dozens of rumors, oodles of leaks, maybe hundreds of reports based on “insiders” and “tipsters”, they’ve all been building up to the September 10 event where Apple will unveil the new iPhone 5S and 5C.
Following a bundle of iPhone 5C and 5S leaks, which essentially don’t leave anything of importance uncovered ahead of their September 10 unveilings, it’s only natural to turn our attention back to the upcoming iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2.
You’ll have to be pretty secluded from civilization to have never heard of Apple’s iPhone 5C to this point, but if you’re not yet fed up with seeing the upcoming “budget” iPhone maidenly smiling for the camera ahead of its formal intro, we have a real treat for you today.
Apple has filed trademarks in the United States and Australia for the term “startup” which likely describes an upcoming addition to its Apple stores.
Okay, we all knew this was coming, so let’s not even pretend to be surprised. GooPhone, a Chinese OEM specialized in ripping off Apple designs, is reportedly working on an iPhone 5C clone already, which they are planning to launch as soon as next month.
In line with previous reports, Apple has started rolling out a redesigned AppleCare website, along with 24/7 live chat support on both iOS and Mac devices.
Apple has started limiting access to its web-based iWork for iCloud suite’s beta program, after receiving an overwhelming response to the service from users.
A new rumor suggests that Apple’s upcoming iPhone will feature a 64-bit A7 chips that is 31 percent faster than its predecessor.