Yet another incident involving an Apple charger has been reported. A 34 year old man claims to have been thrown across the room as an iPad charger “exploded” in his hands. He believes that had his eight year old daughter received the shock instead, she would have been killed.
Parallels is best known for the virtualization software it creates. The company announced a new app and subscription service today, Parallels Access, which promises near native support for Mac and Windows apps on the iPad.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has published a newly granted Apple patent that goes beyond traditional multi-touch user input. The patent describes a technology which would allow users to manipulate objects by making 3D gestures above the device’s screen.
Apple had assured users that it would release iOS 7 for the public this fall. Now a new report alleges that due to a number of problems, Apple might have to delay iOS 7 release for iPad and iPad mini.
Apple has begun seeding iOS 7 Beta 6 to compatible iPhones, iPods, and iPads as an over the air (OTA) update, contradicting reports that pitched a release of beta 6 sometime next week.
With the iPhone 4S being introduced to the world on October 4, 2011 and its follow-up, the iPhone 5, seeing daylight September 12, 2012, it was always fairly predictable Apple will be looking to throw a new smartphone in the ring no sooner than August 2013 and no later than October.
It has been reported time and again that Apple wants to end its reliance on Samsung, its arch nemesis in the current global smartphone market. As per a new research report, Apple’s biggest supplier of display panels for the next generation iPad is, ironically, Samsung.
Apple has begun rolling out beta 5 of iOS 7 for the iPhone, iPad, iPad mini and iPod touch via an over-the-air software update, a little over a week after beta 4 was made available.
Although Apple’s grasp on the tablet market isn’t as firm as it was the past, the Cupertino-based tech giant is still the main muscle that drives consumer interests in not only the iPad but also the competitor’s offerings.
Apple isn’t dominating the smartphone business like it did in the past, but iPads are still ‘in’ and soon there may be a 13-inch iPad thrown into the mix to keep things fresh for consumers.
I’m confused. In the space of just one week, we’ve heard the Retina display-boasting new iPad mini was delayed for 2014, a “lighter” model with “upgraded specs” but non-Retina screen was to come this year instead and now the variant that was supposed to be pushed back is no longer.
A new report spells that the iPad Mini 2 with a high-resolution Retina display may have been delayed until 2014, citing production and yield issues with the Retina panels.
Given how bad Windows 8-powered tablets are doing sales-wise and how little of an impact they’ve made in a market dominated by Apple, you’d think Microsoft would have more important things to do than try to give the (false) impression their slates are better than the iPads.
According to various reports the Apple ‘Back to School’ promotion 2013 kicks off tomorrow, the iPhone is also said to have been included for the very first time.
The popular email client, Mailbox for iOS, has been updated to support landscape mode, and Gmail’s ‘send as’ aliases for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
Despite what you think about iOS 7 you can’t deny the impact that it has had in the Apple universe since its original unveiling. Sometimes it’s hard to remember that it’s still in beta. Well, the good news is that now it’s in beta 2. Prepare your iPads.
The Federal Aviation Administration a.k.a FAA is expected to make a significant change in rules which will allow passengers to use iPads, e-readers and other personal electronic devices during takeoff, landing and taxiing.
Carrying around chargers, earphones, pens, and whatever else you need can be a hassle when the whole point of a smaller device is to be as mobile as possible. That’s where this new product could potentially help you.
The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has issued a limited import ban and a cease-and-desist order for various Apple products as they have been found to infringe upon a few of Samsung’s patents.
The iPad maker Apple goes on trial today, Monday June 3rd for allegedly conspiring with five book publishers in regards to price fixing e-book publications. Many market watchers along with a former U.S. Trade Commission head all agreed that this trial will be a highly important case, and that it could have an affect on