A survey of Ask.com users shows that almost half of existing iPhone owners plan to upgrade to the new iPhone immediately. And they plan on going for the gusto, grabbing the high-end iPhone 5S, instead of the iPhone 5C.
It had been speculated lately that iBooks Textbooks might finally gain compatibility with the iPhone, and now today a new iBooks Textbook category has appeared on the iOS 7 App Store on the iPhone.
A report from The Wall Street Journal says the budget priced ‘iPhone 5C’ will be coming to China Mobile. While it has been rumored that China’s largest wireless carrier would offer Apple’s handset this go round, WSJ’s report adds a nice shot of credibility to previous reports.
Reuters reports that Chinese wireless carriers China Telecom and China Unicom will be taking orders for the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C starting next week. Deliveries are to begin the following week.
It’s exactly two weeks before Apple is expected to release the next-generation iPhone to an adoring public, and eager throngs have already begun lining up at Apple’s flagship Fifth Avenue store in New York City.
Judge Denise Cote has doled out the punishment to Apple in the e-books antitrust case, and she served up most of what the Department of Justice had requested as punishment for the Cupertino firm.
9to5Mac reports today that “sources with knowledge of the launch plans” are telling them that Apple plans to release its next Mac operating system, OS X 10.9 Mavericks, near the end of October.
An ode to the always unheralded, often unappreciated, yet still persevering iPod Touch on its 6th birthday.
Recent leaks of documents from Canadian wireless carrier Telus, and German carrier Vodaphone indicate that Apple may be planning on discontinuing the 32GB and 64GB models of the iPhone 5, but may keep the 16GB model around as an entry level device.
Japan’s largest wireless provider, NTT DoCoMo, will at long last begin selling Apple’s popular iPhone this fall, according to Nikkei. The two parties are reported to have recently come to an agreement, and reports about the discussions began emerging last month.
Just hours following another published report accusing an Apple supplier of failing to meet Chinese labor laws, the Cupertino firm has revealed that investigators already have their feet on the ground at the factory in question.
Apple has sent an email out to developers extolling the virtues of the upcoming Mavericks Safari Push Notifications feature. The subject line reads, “Get ready for Safari Push Notifications,” and the email points out highlights of the new feature.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, he of the usually reliable predictions, has released an analyst note to his subscribers seemingly confirming the widely held opinion that Apple will not announce the new iPad models during the upcoming September 10th event, but at a separate event later in the year.
Unbox Therapy is back at it this morning. This go-round, they’re showing off what appears to be the shell for the second-generation iPad mini.
Apple has been bulking up its iAd team during the last month, posting job listings for dozens of positions as the company preps for the launch of its iTunes Radio streaming music service.
Apple’s iPhone continues to do well in the United States, as the device holds over 43% of the domestic market, a 7.8% jump over the July quarter of 2012. Android saw its marketshare in the U.S. drop during the same period.