As the 10-year anniversary of the World Trade Center disaster at September 11th approaches, an interesting article at the New York Observer reveals that writer-director Steve Rosenbaum is preparing a 9/11 Memorial app. Unfortunately, it appears the app will only be available on the iPad.
Following our report yesterday that Apple’s upcoming iPhone 5 will be arriving on Sprint’s cellular network, a contact within T-Mobile who claims to have been briefed on the matter has informed us that, in addition to arriving on Sprint at launch, the iPhone 5 will arrive on T-Mobile’s network at launch as well.
You heard it right folks. Would you like to live in a town whereby you can track you police officers movements? If you are a criminal I assume you would be all for it, however some of us are not so sure.
Although Apple’s OS X 10.7.1 update for Lion arrived through Software Update last week, the update did not appear in the Mac App Store. It now appears that Apple has updated Lion in the Mac App Store, and new purchasers of Lion will automatically download OS X 10.7.1.
Apple’s newly-refreshed MacBook Air, which they released last month, has been selling so well that it seems Apple can’t make MacBook Airs fast enough to keep up with retailers’ demands – a good sign, but frustrating for those that’ll have to wait.
If you’ve been paying attention to the knows, you’ve probably heard of the earthquake that occurred along the East Coast today. Due to the earthquake, Apple has evacuated their 5th Avenue Apple Store and relocated customers and employees to Central Park while the structure was inspected for damage.
While Apple and Samsung have been squabbling over Samsung’s seemingly blatant copying of Apple’s designs, Samsung is now attempting to compete with Apple in yet another market: Notebook computers. They plan to achieve this, at least in part, by purchasing HP’s computer manufacturing division.
Once again seeming to back up an October release date for the iPhone 5, a new report suggests that Apple has already began producing ad spots for a national ad campaign for the iPhone 5. The ads aren’t scheduled to be complete until early October.
Despite the fact that no firm release date has been established for any future iPhone, the Wall Street Journal nevertheless reports that the iPhone 5 will arrive on Sprint’s cell network sometime in mid-October.
Following earlier reports suggesting that Apple may be releasing a brand new Mac that’s very different from current products, Intel confirms that they’ve been hearing rumors that Apple might drop Intel as well.
A fascinating report from Electronista shares the results of a study performed by McAfee: Android has become the most targeted platform for malware attacks, having increased by 76% this past spring to reach 44 percent.
The iPad is officially going sky high in a big way. While we have previously reported on airlines replacing pilot’s flight bags with iPads, now major airlines are noticing the trend and making the change, with United, Continental, Delta and British Airlines all following suit.
Following the leak of some alleged design specs late last month, MacRumors is now reporting that some suppliers are already beginning to sell iPhone 5 hard shell cases for the iPhone 5 based on those same designs.
The iTunes store is now allowing anyone who’d like the chance to stream the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ entire new album, “I’m With You”, for free through iTunes, before it is even released! They are also accepting pre-orders for the album, which will be available on August 30.
At least one iOS developer has discovered evidence that Apple is already testing a dual-mode iPhone 5 against current App Store apps. Access logs appear to confirm that the iPhone 5 will be a dual-mode phone supporting both GSM and GDMA networks.
It’s often been rumored that Apple would be releasing a new and cheaper model of the iPhone alongside the iPhone 5. A new report from Reuters backs this up, saying that both the iPhone 5 and a “new” 8GB iPhone 4 will be released near the end of September.