Apple supplier Pegatron is once more under scrutiny, following the unexplained deaths of “at least five” workers. One of the deaths was that of a 15-year-old boy, who was one year under the legal age for workers in China.
Articles by J. Glenn Künzler
Apple TV viewers will awake this morning to the pleasant sight of another batch of channels having been added to their favorite little square hockey puck.
We all know that electronics and water do not mix. It’s a well-established fact. Unfortunately, many of us lay our pragmatism aside and nevertheless take our iPhones to swimming pools or beaches, lay them on the side of the bath tub or shower, carry them in the rain instead of pocketing them, or use them while on the toilet.
Twitter has launched a major new version of their iOS app today, featuring a brand new design with vastly improved swiping and easier access to direct messages. And speaking of direct messages, Twitter for iOS 6.0 delivers a welcome new feature in that category as well: The ability to send images via DM!
Family computers can be complicated. Sometimes, if a family is smart and manages their Mac wisely, each person in the household will have their own Mac login. However, that doesn’t always happen – and when it doesn’t, using personalized things such as iTunes and iPhoto libraries can become a concern.
The holiday season is upon us – and among other things, that marks the return of Apple’s annual ’12 Days of Christmas’ promotion. This time, however, Apple has done things a little bit differently. This year, the app is called “12 Days of Gifts,” and for the first time EVER, Apple has included the U.S. in the party!
Digital payments company Square unveiled a new, slimmer credit card reader on Monday. The new reader was designed by a team led by former Apple engineer and current Square VP of Hardware Jesse Dorogusker.
If you’re looking for an iPhone 5s for that special someone on your gift list, and need to have it shipped, Apple’s online store has good news for you.
Siri is capable of doing a lot of new things in iOS 7. She can call anyone from your contact book, of course, and set appointments just like before – but she can also turn your Bluetooth on and off and adjust other iOS 7 settings. There’s also a neat hidden feature in iOS 7 that we found really interesting: The ability to trigger and launch app-specific settings!
If you like epic scenes of destruction and carnage, this is for you. 127 iPhones getting crushed in under 3 minutes is quite a sight, but don’t worry – they were only counterfeits.
It’s no secret cats love to be spoiled, and this is hands down the best cat bed I have ever seen. Ideal for the puss with a penchant for Apple tech, this catbed made from an iMac is exactly what the kitty ordered.
h, the eighties. The decade when Apple really broke out but also collapsed later on, and when technology was still in black and white. So what would iOS have looked like then? Anton Repponen has created a brilliant mock up of a retro iOS ’86. Check it out!
Data from app discovery services Appsfire and AppShopper indicate that Apple’s App Store in the U.S. has reached the one million live apps milestone.
It seems that either Apple has caught up with demand for the iPhone 5s, or demand for the handset has slowed enough for Apple to catch up, as a new survey of the company’s retail stores finds that all models are in stock at all locations.
The Wall Street Journal reports Apple has joined a group of technology companies, which includes Microsoft, Google, and Yahoo, in publishing an open letter to President Obama and members of congress in which they urge them to reform government surveillance tactics.
The Wall Street Journal reports China Mobile has announced it will begin taking preorders for the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c this Thursday, December 12th. Preorders will be taken via the company’s website, and at some of its locations in Shanghai.