It looks like my current favorite Mac will soon be outdated. Apple is rumored to be releasing an update of the MacBook Air line in June to include Intel’s latest Sandy Bridge microprocessors and the the high speed Thunderbolt I/O port to bring it in line with the current MacBook Pro offerings.
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Geekaphone has created a cool infographic showing environmental statistics about the iPhone. The most disturbing? Less than 10% of phones are recycled. Recycle your unwanted Apple gadgets here for free.
Want to turn your old iBook into a beautiful case for your iPad 2? Turns out it’s not that hard! I’m writing this post for three reasons. First, it’s Earth Day. Second, it’s freaking awesome, and third, I get to use my favorite word: recycladelic! Check it out!
At the moment, there are are two versions of the Apple iPhone 4 – a type of situation that Apple doesn’t really appreciate. Eventually, it seems that Apple will want to converge these into a singular device. Verizon’s CFO thinks that will occur with the iPhone 5.
In case your kids have enough chocolate, why not wind them up with some virtual candy this Easter. EA and SEGA are having a big Easter sale. Here’s a sampling of some great games for iPhone/iPod Touch and iPad to fill your basket this weekend. Many are only 99 cents, Happy Easter!
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Peter Kafka at AllThingsD has reliable information that Apple is close to finalizing content license deals for its forthcoming cloud-based music locker service.
It’s Earth Day today which is a good time to reflect on how Apple fares on environmental impact.
It was inevitable. Samsung has filed a counter lawsuit Friday in response to Apple’s lawsuit earlier this week.
Apple receive an F in a newly published report from Greenpeace entitled “How Dirty is Your Data” which examines energy sources being used to power the data centers of some of the largest IT brands.
According to several sources familiar with the matter, iTunes has completed work on their digital locker scheme ahead of Google’s competing service for Android.
The iPhone 5 may already be in the hands of developers. A high profile game developer claims to have possession of a prototype ‘iPhone 4S’ that looks cosmetically the same as an iPhone 4 but with an A5 chip on board. The very same chip that gives the iPad 2 its 9X graphics performance.
If you’ve ever wondered whether or not extra RAM will make a difference for you in your everyday computing, wonder no longer. The answer is probably yes. We look at Crucial’s RAM kits that work with the new 2011 MacBook Pro.
According to iOS forensics researcher Alex Levinson, Apple’s current iPhone privacy trifle is nothing new, and further, isn’t really tracking users. The culprit is a data file used by iOS to do things like geotag photos.
Having recently released their first quarter earning, Verizon has revealed that 2.2 million Verizon iPhone 4 units were activated between February 10 and March 31, leading to a 6.3 percent increase in annual revenues.
Forbes reports that while Apple may be able to introduce an iPhone 5 at any time of their choosing, the chips required to produce a well-designed 4G LTE smartphone simply won’t be around until late this year at the earliest, and probably 2012.