Several photos of an early prototype of the iPhone have surfaced, These are from 2005, and show a device that looks more like a very thick iPad as opposed to the iPhone we know and love today.
Last week we reported that the Apple TV was in short supply at Apple resellers, and even the Apple Store itself. Well, the tweaked version of the Apple TV has begun hitting the shelves, and it looks like the updated device is using a smaller version of the A5 chip, not a 5X chip as previously speculated.
Apple has been rumored as working on an streaming music (“internet radio”) service since reports surfaced in mid-2012 – but the new service may not launch as early as Apple had hoped. Interestingly, the report claims that the service has been stalled largely because Apple is pinching pennies quite a bit tighter than record labels are comfortable with.
Apple’s iPad mini seems to have stemmed the rising tide of competitors which were eating into the company’s massive lead in the tablet market.
Apple Insider has uncovered a patent filed by Apple titled ‘Managing access to digital content items’. In simple terms, it lays out a system with which end users could transfer or sell on licenses to content, all managed via the cloud.
comScore has released the results of its monthly rolling survey of U.S. mobile phone users for the period covering November – January, and it shows Apple’s smartphone market share rose 3.5 percentage points between October and January, with 37.8% of U.S. platform and hardware sales.
Reuters reports that Apple and Intel are conducting negotiations for the chip maker to produce ARM-based chips for the Cupertino giant’s devices.
Andy Zaky is one of the most famous Apple share analysts, and has been since he came onto the scene a few years ago. However one day it all went horribly wrong.
“The horseless buggy will never catch on,” said buggy whip manufacturers. “Television is a fad,” opined the movie studios. Now, is Swatch CEO Nick Hayek looking to join the historic ranks of these naysayers when he implies an iWatch would never catch on?
Apple has requested the dismissal of a 2011 lawsuit that claimed the company has a monopoly over applications available for their iPhone.
Reuters reported on Tuesday that a meeting took place in February between Apple CEO Tim Cook and hip-hop mogul Jimmy Iovine where they discussed a music service dubbed “Project Daisy.”
New rumors from far east of here say that Apple partner Foxconn is already assembling units of the “iPhone 5S”, using the same production lines as the current-generation iPhone 5.
Staples began offering Apple Accessories in its online store last month, and now Reuters is reporting that the office supplies chain will soon be offering the products in stores as well.
Ferrari chairman Luca Di Montezemolo has told Bloomberg that talks were on going with the Cupertino company about working together on ‘in car entertainment’. iPad minis have already been packaged with the new one million euro ‘LaFerrari’.
Apple has updated iBooks to version 3.1. The new version brings support for paid books in Japan, and also enhanced support for Asian languages.
Walt Disney World is currently in the middle of a test program that is attempting to replace old-fashioned turnstiles with iPod touch carrying “cast members” in order to make the company’s ticketing system more personal, and friendlier.