Apple is tackling this arena with its upcoming launch of iTunes Radio for iOS 7, but you can actually get a taste of iTunes Radio right now on your Apple TV.
A new rumor is suggesting that Apple is thinking about iPhones with 4.7-inch and 5.7-inch screens, and also a cheap iPhone which will reportedly cost only $99.
After years of essentially ignoring the Mac Pro, Apple has now introduced a major new update and total redesign.
We’ve known it was coming for a while now, but its finally official: iOS 7 is here. So what’s new this time around? As expected, the latest version features a completely redesigned look with flatter icons, a new lock screen, thinner lettering and more. The design goes edge to edge on the display, and seems […]
A newly discovered USPTO patent indicates Apple is preparing eye-tracking technology of its own.
We thought that 2013 was going to be the year of the smart watch, spurred on by products like the Pebble. We thought that Apple’s foray into the smart watch arena would also be this year, but it now sounds like the so-called iWatch won’t be introduced until late next year.
A new rumor is suggesting that Apple’s iOS 7 is coming with deeper integration for photo-sharing service Flickr and video sharing site Vimeo.
Can you imagine winning $10,000 in App Store credit? Apple is currently holding a “50 Billionth Download” cost, giving you such an opportunity.
After holding the crown for so long, Apple is now slipping in the tablet market, while Samsung, Asus, Amazon and other Android tablet makers catch up.
The latest word about iOS 7 indicates that iOS 7 will see a pretty big makeover, not just in the UI department but also when it comes to key apps.
Microsoft’s latest commercial takes a humorous look at the Samsung-Apple war and weighs in with its own comment about switching to Windows Phone instead.
We are taking a look at why the newly released Home app is good for both Facebook and Google, and why Apple comes into the picture.
A new patent describes a convertible MacBook design with a touch-sensitive screen, with the guts of the PC still residing in the ‘base’ of the laptop.
Apple has now created a new iPad page highlighting the features of both the iPad and iPad mini on their website. The new page is much like the iPhone page they launched earlier this month and points out everything that is ‘great’ about the iOS tablets. Obviously it’s just Apple marketing going in to high […]
Sources close to Google are reporting that the search giant is currently working on an Android powered smart-watch to rival Samsung and Apple.
Apple has launched another half hearted attack at the Samsung and their new Galaxy S4. Apple claims iPhone is still the world’s best smartphone.
With the Samsung Galaxy S4 being officially announced later today, Apple’s Phil Schiller is already taking shots at the upcoming Android device.
According to a report from Reuters, Intel could be striking a deal with Apple in the near future.
Once in a while, you hear about a boy or girl that racked up a huge bill through in-app purchases. Apple is now looking to refund some of these parents.
Samsung will be breathing a sigh of relief, as Judge Lucy Koh has amended the $1 Billion figure it has been ordered to pay Apple.
The new Samsung Wallet app may look like a good idea on the surface, but do we really need a payment app that will complete with Google Wallet?
It looks Apple’s iDevices could someday become self-aware. Okay, that’s an exaggeration, but a new patent does suggest “situational awareness” for iDevices.
Fictional characters like James Bond and Inspector Gadget may have been among the first people to get a “smart watch,” but the idea of a “smart watch” is quickly starting to hit the mainstream with products like the Pebble Watch. Not to be outdone, Apple is also reportedly in the labs developing an iWatch of their own and now we’ve got a leaked patent to prove it.
Apple managed to pull in over 2% more from U.S technology sales last year despite a down turn in total consumer tech sales.
With the personal computer market on the rise, one in six PCs sold in Q4 was an Apple iPad. Tablets are quickly becoming the preferred personal computer.
If I was to write “Apple sucks” at the start of this very article it would be ridiculous for me to believe there wasn’t at least one Apple fan out there seething in their own corner of the internet telling anyone who listen just how superior the iPhone actually is. However, when it comes down […]
Apple is quickly being left behind in the smartphone market due to their continued use of smaller screens, but does this mean that a larger iPhablet is on the way? Barclays Capital analyst Ben Reitzes seems to think so. Although Apple moved from a 3.5-inch display to a larger 4-inch panel on the iPhone 5, […]
For the last five years Samsung has held strong as the number one mobile phone vendor in the United States, but in Q4 Apple stole the show with great sales.
Yesterday Apple released iOS 6.1 update to the masses. iOS 6.1 is a pretty minor upgrade but does include support for LTE carriers around the world. New LTEs in Denmark, Italy and many areas of the Middle East will now be supported, with Apple’s addition of 23 new iPad LTE and 36 new iPhone operators. But the most exciting part of the release is 6.1s open door for hackers.
Yesterday we mentioned that a new leak from 9to5mac suggested that an 128GB iPad 4th-gen tablet was likely on its way to retail. Now Apple has made it official earlier today.
Apple are holding a special “Red Friday” celebration across China this Friday for the upcoming Chinese New Year.
When it comes to United States smartphone sales, Apple is clearly king controlling a record 53 % of US smartphone market. Looking at the bigger picture of all handset sales (feature and smartphone combined), Apple has solidly kept in second place ever since the release of the iPhone 4S– until now. A new report suggests that LG has taken the 2nd place spot, knocking Apple to third overall.
Production of the 9.7-inch touchscreen panel has been reduced at Sharp, the major supplier of those screens for Apple’s iPad.
Recently we reported on a resurfaced rumor suggesting that Apple might be working on a cheaper version of the iPhone. At the time we said it seemed out of character for Apple, and unless it was aimed at the Chinese market, it was probably not too likely.
Huawei’s head of consumer electronics, Richard Yu, isn’t the type to mix words, boldly declaring: “The best smartphone is from Huawei. Not from our competitors.”
The WSJ and now Bloomberg are both pumping out new rumors suggesting Apple might be working on a lower-tier smartphone to go alongside its flagship (currently iPhone 5) model.
There have been rumors going on for a while now that Apple is considering its own online radio service. The idea of online streaming as an extension of iTunes isn’t surprising and makes a great deal of sense as offerings like Spotify and Pandora continue to grow and expand their services.
While smartphones were around long before Apple, there is no denying that the iPhone had a major influence on the phone market in 2007. What’s interesting though is that if history had played out differently, we might have seen the first Apple smartphone roughly a decade earlier.
Earlier this month we presented you with rumors that a next generation iPhone might include a 4-inch 2272×1280 beyond Retina IGZO display with a pixel density of 652ppi. Now, those rumors are one step closer to becoming reality.
Until the most recent update to the iPod Nano, one of the coolest things about the little iDevice was that it was very easy to turn the phone into a capable smartwatch.
Introducing Pop, a portable battery that can charge any kind of phone including the latest in iPhone technology. The system would include cables for most every kind of port including the 30pin and Lightening connector.
In the most recent Apple vs. Samsung debacle, Apple’s Notification Center is the hot topic. More specifically, Korean News site iNews24 reports that “Samsung Electronics has brought a lawsuit against Apple in a court in South Korea over its ‘Notification Center’ patent infringement.”.