Apple has just released Pages, Numbers and Keynote as Universal Apps for iOS meaning you can now write, build spreadsheets and presentations from your iPhone or iPod Touch.
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Apple has officially announced Steve Jobs will be the Keynote Speaker for WWDC 2011 next week to unveil the much anticipated iOS 5 software release as well as the iCloud online storage offering and OS X Lion.
Apple has reached a licensing agreement with Sony Music for users to stream music from the much anticipated iCloud service, according to Bloomberg. Expect Apple to eliminate the need to upload music libraries.
DigiTimes is reporting a late June or early July refresh of the impossibly thin MacBook Air line. This report is in line with what we heard a month ago.
You know all that business about NFC readers coming to stores for the big Apple Retail 10th Anniversary? Probably not true. Instead, Apple Stores are prepping for a reboot this weekend for Apple Store 2.0.
Known for their painstaking deconstruction of gadgets, iFixit has discovered the technology behind the iPhone 4’s stellar noise-cancellation technology.
According to a survey of top tech companies, Apple is the most profitable on a per employee basis by a huge margin.
It was only a matter of time before other US government agencies requested an audience with Google and Apple following this month’s Senate hearing. The Federal Communications Commission and the Federal Trade Commission will be hosting a public forum in June to get explanations from Google and Apple about location-based services on iPhone and Android.
Designed to work in conjunction with the iPad 2 Smart Cover, Grabbit2 offers protection for the exposed underbelly of your precious tablet while literally giving you a handle on things.
We reported earlier today that the iPhone 4S will not include NFC for mobile payment processing. Contrary to that, BGR is now reporting that the big 10th Anniversary Apple Store celebration on Thursday will include the launch of NFC payment terminals in the stores.
According to a report from Bernstein Research, the iPhone 4S will not have NFC (Near Field Communications). The technology has been widely anticipated in the next iPhone in order to facilitate mobile payments.
There has been a fair amount of buzz lately that the next major release of iOS will include voice recognition capabilities. Jan-Michael Cart has taken those rumors a step further by creating a conceptual video of how Apple might implement it.
Here’s a great web app from Neven Mrgan. It’s called Glyphboard and it allows you to copy and paste cool glyphs such as , ☂, ☺, ✔, and ♫ on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Use Glyphboard for email, tweets, text messages… any time you want to spice things up with a bit of ‘character.’
There was a lot of big new this week that you may have missed, but we’ve got you covered. Catch up on the top 10 most-read stories from last week, followed by a round-up of the biggest news about iPhone 5 (iPhone 4S or whatever you want to call it), Apple’s US Senate hearing, new features in OS X Lion and more.
Hong Kong-based retailer Alibaba has a “Crystal Case for iPhone 5G” listed for sale showing the next-generation iPhone camera flash shifted to the other side with an edge-to-edge screen.