Announced last week, iOS 7 has just entered the early beta stages, with plans for a commercial release this fall. Apple has posted plenty about the design of iOS 7, highlighting the new app icons and interior designs. If you peruse Apple's website looking for iOS 7 information, you won't find a … [Read more...]
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The iPhone 5 is Apple’s current model. It was announced on September 12, 2012 with the release happening on September 21st. This model was significant because it represented a major change in the size of the display. It features a 4-inch display, where all previous models had a 3.5-inch screen. While available on legacy models, it supports all of the features of Apple's iOS 6 software update that includes refinements to Siri, integration with Facebook and a new Maps application that has drawn criticism for its lack of data accuracy. In late 2012, Google released Google Maps for iOS, a standalone application that brings the same high quality mapping data as had been on previous iOS releases.
The iPhone 5 supports 4G LTE networks. It features a new aluminum chassis that is both thin and incredibly light. While the 4-inch retina display is impressive, the show stopper might just be how light the device is compared to previous generations. Apple has yet to announce a replacement, but rumors suggest the iPhone 5S will be available in the fall of 2013. Changes at this point, appear to be mostly internal, including a faster processor and improved camera optics. Nothing is certain until it becomes official.
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Still digesting all of the features coming in iOS 7? While the shiny new interface gets all the glory, there are some other very exciting things in the fold and one is support for physical game controllers. One such controller has been leaked. This blurry-cam image shows a Logitech game controller … [Read more...]
You're not a designer. You're not a developer. You don't work for Apple. It's a beta. It's not finished. You shouldn't talk about it. You shouldn't have installed it. Wait until you have installed it to comment. You know they only had 8 months. The Internet is filled with commentary about why … [Read more...]
A new report today from Reuters says that Apple is looking at expanding the range of iPhones to include new models with large displays alongside a low-cost iPhone priced at $99. We've seen rumors of this sort floated before, but this one is different. The larger iPhones Apple is considering include … [Read more...]
At today's WWDC keynote, Tim Cook announced that Apple had paid out $10 billion to developers over the past five years. That number is three times as much as all other platforms combined. The App Store celebrates its 5th birthday next month. The App Store now boasts 900,000 iPhone apps and 375,000 … [Read more...]
Just a few hours from the kickoff of WWDC 13', so not terribly surprising that the Apple Store is down. As we noted, expectations for new hardware seem to be more on the Mac side of things. It would not be surprising to see a refresh of Apple's MacBook Pro and MacBook Air laptops. I could be wrong, … [Read more...]
Apple today announced via their website that today's WWDC 13' keynote presentation would be streamed live both online and via special events on the Apple TV. In previous years, Apple did make it available on the Apple TV. Apple is set to introduce iOS 7, the next major update to software that powers … [Read more...]
We are just days away from WWDC 2013. These are big events and often bring exciting news in the form of new hardware and software, with next week's event no different. Here is a look back at some of the highlights from Apple WWDC since 2007, when the iPhone was first announced. … [Read more...]
A new report today from the Wall Street Journal suggests that Apple has begun shifting the balance of their supply chain, with Pegatron assuming an increased role that includes becoming the primary manufacturer of a new low-cost iPhone. Foxconn had been the main iPhone and iPad manufacturing partner … [Read more...]
When it comes to prognostications regarding upcoming Apple hardware or software announcements, few offer the credibility and track record of Jim Dalrymple of The Loop. His blog typically highlights articles of interest throughout the Internet, with a short blurb or opinion. Today Dalrymple offers up … [Read more...]