Good news for Apple fans in South America and the Middle East: the new iPad will be released in your area (for the most part) on May 11 and 12.
In their latest push to get customers to move to iCloud, Apple has increased the deadline for MobileMe users to claim 20GB of free iCloud storage to September 30th.
TwtiPic, one of the most popular image sharing services for Twitter, has finally released an official iPhone app, giving iOS users a better way to manage images and video shared through the service.
Following the staging of a mock protest at an Australia Apple Store, BlackBerry maker Research in Motion has unleashed a new ‘Wake Up” attack ad campaign against Apple.
Three more U.S. carriers are set to begin offering the iPhone on May 18th. Each of the new carriers operates on CDMA networks (like Sprint).
Apple’s iOS devices continue to dominate Android in areas of actual usage, like web traffic share. According to a new report, Apple is also walloping Android in one other significant area: mobile gaming!
Apple is apparently testing a new web-based notification system on their iCloud website. The notification appears similar to notifications on iOS 5, but only displays “dummy” text, suggesting that the feature was added to the site before Apple intended.
Device makers have all been scrambling to incorporate NFC technology into their mobile devices, yet Apple has stayed silent on their own plans. But a deal that will be announced today could shed some light on what Apple might be planning.
We’ve just received word from a source within Apple’s supply chain that Apple is preparing to launch a trifecta of new products late this summer, with new MacBook Pros and iMacs, as well as OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion all planned for a mid-to-late July launch.
The legal volleys still fly hot and heavy between Apple and Samsung, but the two tech giants have made moves to play nice, with each company dropping claims they had previously filed against each other.
T-Mobile has been sore that they haven’t been able to offer the iPhone for some time now. But rather than moaning, the carrier is now doing something about it – upgrading their network to be compatible with the iPhone!
It appears that even Apple underestimated how popular their retail stores would be. Their original vision is proving too small, as the stored are filled with crowds looking for iPhone, iPads, and Macs.
Users have been craving multi-user support ever since the first iPad was unveiled. Fortunately, it seems that there is good news, as Apple has now begun listing the lack of multi-user support as a known issue, and reveals that they are “investigating” the matter.
Well-known iOS hacker i0n1c has once again demonstrated his skills by jailbreaking the 3rd generation iPad running iOS 5.1.1 shortly after the update was released.
An Info World post as noted that Snow Leopard users might face security issues in September if Apple follows its policy and drops security update support for older versions of OS X.
New Apple Senior VP of Retail John Browett has taken his first significant action in his role by sending out a letter to all Apple and Apple Store employees saying how thrilled he was to be in his new role and how much he was looking forward to his time at Apple.