Following an interesting internal Apple video posted yesterday showing the construction details of Apple’s SXSW Pop-Up Apple Store for the iPad 2 in 2011 (the first video posted from the curiously named “iApple Leaks” YouTube channel), a second video has now appeared on the channel as well. Like yesterday’s clip, this is an internal video meant only for Apple employees, and discusses the rules and guidelines for employees about accepting bribes on the job.
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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has released an new iOS app, Operation Predator, designed to allow the general public to assist them in tracking down child predators currently avoiding criminal prosecution.
A new video today shows-off Apple’s iPod nano in “Space Gray,” the very same color that will be replacing the slate color option for the upcoming iPhone 5s.
The Apple Online Store has been taken offline to prepare for iPhone 5 pre-orders, which are set to begin in about 3 hours, at 12:01 AM PT. Are you pre-ordering? Are you ready to snatch up an iPhone 5c before the pre-orders become backorders?
Readdle today released a major new version of their popular iOS calendar app, simply titled “Calendars.” The update brings quite a lot to the table, including a brand new revamped design to match the look and feel of iOS 7, powerful new features such as a built-in task manager (to-do list) with alerts, natural language input support, improved cloud syncing, and much, much more.
Tonight (technically tomorrow morning) at 12:01am Pacific Time, Apple will officially begin allowing pre-orders for their iPhone 5c. There are more places than ever to place a pre-order, and a healthy degree of uncertainty about which will work best for you. In that spirit, we’ve put together a handy guide of which retailers are offering pre-orders, and when those pre-orders will begin.
Following Apple’s decision to replace the “vader black” finish for the new iPhone 5S with the new “space gray” color, Apple has also added a “space gray” color option to the iPod touch, iPod nano and iPod shuffle. The new color option for the iPods was first noticed by MacRumors, and brings the iPod lineup into consistency with the new iPhones.
Apple spent a lot of time during Tuesday’s iPhone event discussing the improvements to both the iPhone 5s camera itself, and the processing software and hardware in the new device. But words can only say so much right? To prove just how awesome the iPhone 5s camera truly is, Apple has posted a gallery of photos taken with the new device – and the results are pretty damned impressive.
Following an extremely intensive testing period spanning many months, Apple has finally released OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5 – a significant incremental update recommended for all users of Mountain Lion. The update brings numerous bug fixes and improvements relating to WiFi, Mail, file transfers, screen savers, and more.
The folks behind the ChargeCard, the wallet-sized sync-cable for smartphones, are back with a new product called the ChargeKey. It’s a stripped down version of the ChargeCard, that’s house key sized, and is designed to reside quietly on your keyring until it’s needed in a pinch.
Walmart will be offering the 16GB models of both the iPhone 5c and the iPhone 5s at a discount.
Samsung Screams “Us Too!” and Promises 64-Bit Chips in Next Galaxy Handsets (Updated: Android Can’t Handle 64-Bit Yet)
Soon after Apple announced that the new A7 chip that powers the iPhone 5s will be the first 64-bit processor used in a smartphone, Samsung responded with a mighty, “Us too!” and announced that their next generation Galaxy handset will, of course, be 64-bit.
Apple has made a change in how its customers schedule Genius Bar appointments online. The company now requires users to sign in with their Apple ID before making an appointment.
This video shows the process of building an Apple Store. It starts out as a shell, and you watch as it quickly progresses to the day the doors open to the public for the first time.
With the debut of the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c, Apple is back in the business of making docks and cases for their two new devices.
Just in case you didn’t get to see the very cool “Infinity Blade III” trailer Apple used to show-off the iPhone 5s’s enhanced processor and graphics abilities, here it is in all its glory.