Despite an unparalleled level of excitement over Apple’s WWDC announcements – including major changes to both OS X and iOS – the company’s stock has continued to decline following their keynote. This morning, shares of AAPL once again dipped below $400 per share, for the first time since April (via 9to5Mac).
Following last week’s leaks of a detailed set of supposed iPhone 5S images, a new leak from Fantastic Fone reveals even further details. New parts in the latest images include a new front-facing camera, and a new main SoC chip model number that appears to match up with Apple’s next-gen A7 chip.
Right one cue, consistent with betas of previous iOS versions, Apple has seeded the second beta of iOS 7 to developers exactly two weeks after introducing the first preview. The updated is available now via OTA update on devices running the first beta (through Settings, General, Software Update).
Eight months after the U.S. debut of the iPad mini, Brazilian fans will finally be able to get their hands on the smaller version of Apple’s popular device.
Apple’s Board of Directors has modified the award of restricted stock to CEO Tim Cook that he received after being promoted to the top post in August 2011. Cook requested the modification, which changes the award of 1,000,000 restricted stock units to a more performance-based compensation system.
A new report claims that Apple and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) have inked a three-year deal for TSMC to supply A-series chips for future iPhones and iPads.
If your a parent and your kid is one of the children who ran up hundreds, nay thousands of dollars of in-app purchases, you can now file to get compensation for those charges.
Apple issued a Java Update last week via Software Update, and it had a bug in it that could prevent some Java applications from working. Good news though, Apple has fixed the bug, and has released a new update. However, you will want to check to make sure you don’t have the old version still installed.
If you’re like me, your phone’s battery gives out at the worst of times. And when it does, I never have an outlet handy to grab a quick charge. This leads us to this week’s Idiegogo of the Week, Thoe Voltmaker, “the world’s first smart charger.”
According to a concerning note posted today on Facebook’s blog, the site was faced with a significant security bug that potentially exposed the contact information and personal details of over six million users of their popular social network.
In an apparent jab at Google’s highly fragmented Android platform, AppleInsider notes that Apple has updated their “Optimizing Apps” page for iOS 6 with a shiny new pie chart, noting the profound lack of fragmentation in iOS devices. Notably, the chart shows that 93% of all users are running iOS 6, while just 1% are using a version earlier than iOS 5.
The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday that the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration will soon relax the rules covering the use of electronic devices at low altitudes. The revised rules may soon allow users to use their iPads and other electronic devices during taxiing, takeoffs, and landings.
The first trailer for the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic starring Ashton Kutcher in the title role hit the web today. The trailer for ‘Jobs’ gives a closer look at the movie which earlier this year premiered at the Sundance Movie Festival to decidedly mixed reviews.
Yes, believe or not, someone else dug up another rare Apple I home computer, and has decided to put it up for auction. This time bidding will begin at $300,000, and is expected to reach a cool half-million before it ends.
There’s hardly any doubt who the king of digital music is, iTunes has long been the “big daddy” of downloadable tunes. However, Asymco analyst Horace Dediu and Billboard’s Glenn Peoples were nice enough to spell it out in a little more detail.
A Tokyo court ruled on Friday that a number of Samsung’s legacy smartphone models infringe on the “rubber-banding” or “bounce-back” patent held by Apple.