The gold iPhone 5s is nowhere to be found? You’ve got options baby! Well, as long as you don’t mind a pretty decent copy on the outside, with Android on the inside…
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In addition to other updates, such as those to iWork and iLife, Apple also released revamped versions of their Podcast, Find My iPhone, and iTunes Trailers iOS apps.
Alongside numerous other updates released today alongside Apple’s big media event, Apple has released an update for iTunes, bringing improved support for OS X Mavericks.
China is a very important part of Apple’s business model, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Apple CEO TIm Cook has joined the advisory board of one of the country’s most prestigious universities.
In case you missed the live stream of Apple’s media event today, the full video has now been posted online, with all the details on Apple’s sleek new iPads, the new Retina MacBook Pros, the iPad Air, OS X Mavericks, the Retina iPad Mini, and so much more.
As expected, Apple today introduced the new Retina display iPad mini, with a beginning price of $399. The original iPad mini will continue to be available for sale with an entry-level price of $299.
Following Apple’s epic press conference earlier today, at which they unveiled the new Mac Pro, released OS X Mavericks, new iWork and iLife apps, and introduced some amazing new iPads, Apple has also released a new update for iOS. iOS 7.0.3 is available now for all eligible iOS devices, adding a number of bug fixes, as well as support for iCloud keychain, and more.
So much for “Apple can’t keep a secret any more.” As Phil Schiller introduced the new iPads today, and dropped a bomb on all of us – The iPad Air!
Phil Schiller took the stage today to talk about Apple’s newly updated Retina display MacBook Pro lineup. The new 13-inch and 15-inch models are updated with the latest processors, faster graphics and longer battery life.
Craig Federighi took the stage at today’s Apple event to show off Apple’s new OS for the Mac, OS X Mavericks. It’s available today, and it’s FREE!
Tim Cook took the stage to kick-off today’s Apple Event, and he shared some interesting numbers to update everyone.
It’s Tuesday, October 22, 2013, and that means today is the day of Apple’s big media event! Apple is expected to officially reveal their new iPads, announce the release of OS X Mavericks, a new Mac Pro, and a whole mess of other possibilities – maybe even a few exciting surprise announcements!
Just ahead of today’s Apple event, and the expected final unveiling of OS X Mavericks, several websites have begun supporting the new Safari Push Notifications feature.
Apple will be live-streaming today’s Apple event, indicated by the return of the Apple Events channel to Apple TV. The channel displays the theme for the event, and there’s a message suggesting that we “tune in at 10 am for the live stream.”
As is traditional, Apple’s Online Store is down ahead of today’s iPad event.
While “we” have made “our” predictions about today’s Apple event, there was a lot of discussion behind the scenes. Believe it or not, Chris and Glenn don’t always (ever) agree on everything around here. So, “we” decided to let you in on some behind the scenes opinions on what you’ll see at today’s event.