One of the main features of OS X 10.9 Mavericks that was demonstrated at WWDC 2013 is the ability for the new OS to use full-screen apps on different displays while in a multi-monitor set up.
The U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) reversed their “final” ruling from April that invalidated key claims in Apple’s rubber-banding patent. The patent, which refers to the “bounce” animation the user sees when they’ve scrolled past the end of the page, was a huge part of the case Apple won against Samsung back in August 2012.
In the wake of news reports abut the United States government’s PRISM surveillance program, Apple has published a statement on its website discussing their “Commitment to Customer Privacy,” and detailing requests it has received for customer data from the government.
With the announcement of the new Mac Pro at Apple’s WWDC 2013 on Monday, the warped minds on the Internet went into overdrive. Thank God! Here are the best we’ve seen…
Since its unveiling at WWDC 2013, iOS 7 has been described as: confusing, cool, horrid, beautiful, amazing, childish… You get the idea. Such reactions are a given when a company changes an iconic product. (See “New Coke.”)
Steve Jobs was originally against the idea of an e-book store when the idea was first brought up by Eddy Cue. He did have a change of heart however, when it was brought up again after the development of the iPad.
AppleInsider reports that Apple allowed developer The Foundry, publisher of industry-standard 3D painting package 3D digital painting tool MARI to put the new Mac Pro through its paces, however, they kept the tubular machine under wraps in a giant steel cabinet.
Apple has made changes to some of the icons on its official iOS 7 website, most notably to the Weather, Passbook, and Reminders app icons. As one of the most visible aspects of the iOS revamp, the icons in iOS 7 have been subject to reactions ranging from admiration to ridicule.
Some see a new Apple product and merely gaze at it and drink in its beauty. Others look at the same object and think, “How the hell do I pop this puppy open?” iFixit has performed one of its patented teardowns on the new 11-inch MacBook Pro, and found a smaller SSD, with a slightly larger battery that provides longer life.
Testifying in the Department of Justice’s antitrust lawsuit against Apple on Thursday, company executive Eddy Cue said the company “didn’t care” what price publishers set for e-books. “I didn’t raise prices,” he testified.
Apple has made the iWork for iCloud versions of Pages, Keynote and Numbers available to registered developers as a beta release. The new, browser-based version of Apple’s popular office suite was announced on Monday at the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference.
You may have read our earlier report about the colorful budget iPhone that Apple is rumored to be readying for release and thought to yourself, “Self, where will Apple get the inspiration for the colors of their new budget handsets?”
Apple’s new U.S. built Mac Pro will reportedly be assembled in facilities run by Singapore-based Flextronics. The report did not specify the exact assembly location for the new cylindrical powerhouse.
If you thought finding out the clock icon in iOS 7 actually shows the current time was mind-boggling, then this will really scorch your shorts. The iOS 7 Beta allows you to redeem iTunes Gift Cards with your iPhone’s camera!
iOS 7 has been introduced, new MacBook Airs are on the market, and early summer is settling in. Now it’s time to get back to the real matter at hand… iPhone rumors!
To the surprise of no one, a class action lawsuit (PDF) has been filed against Apple, Tim Cook, President Obama, the NSA, and a host of others over alleged privacy violations via the NSA’s PRISM intelligence program. The suit was filed by a conservative activist, and three other parties.