Foursquare is rolling out a new update for iOS users, which will automatically push recommendations for places and establishments even without the user’s intervention. Convenient? Or intrusive?
The iPhone Reuse and Recycle program, which Apple launched in the U.S. in August, is likely to be expanded into the UK and Europe in the near future.
India has a burgeoning mobile market and Apple is apparently looking to cash in. The company is reportedly in talks with retailers to open as many as 100 store within a store outlets in the country.
Its not unusual to hear predictions about future Apple devices. The latest prediction deals with displays and the changes Apple might make in the devices it is going to launch next year.
Apple has finally acknowledged the iOS 7 iPhone iMessage bug that has been the source of nuisance for many users. It says that the bug will be fixed through a firmware update.
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.
BlackBerry has announced that the BBM app for Android and iPhone won’t be relaunched this week, as the company works on resolving issues the leaked Android version of the app caused over the weekend.
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.
The U.S. Trademark and Patent Office has granted Apple a new patent today. It sheds light on a technology which will allow future iPhones to manage certain settings automatically based on “life events.”
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.
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.
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.
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.
Apple is going to unveil its new iPhones next week, however, rumor has it that the company is already working on something new. iPhones with displays as large as six inches are reportedly being tested by the company.
There were a lot of rumors circulating over the past few weeks about Apple launching a trade-in program for the iPhone. The company has confirmed this program, adding that it is only exclusive to the U.S. for now.
More details have emerged about Apple’s upcoming iPhone trade-in program. Reportedly called iPhone Reuse and Recycle program, the company is expected to start accepting trade-ins from August 30th in select Apple Retail Stores.
A new report claims that Apple has sent its top executives to meet with major retailers in Russia for discussions concerning the iPhone. The company supposedly wants to expand its presence in the market ahead of the expected launch of two new iPhones next month.
A new report claims that Apple has started training retail store employees ahead of the launch of a new iPhone trade-in program at its retail stores. The program is said to be launched at Apple Retail Stores from next month.