On April 20th Apple will announce their Quater 2 earnings. Apple will reveal their iPad 2 sales figures and possible sales figures for the Verizon iPhone. Analysts are predicting anywhere between $22 to $24 billion Q2 earnings for Apple.
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Illinois Representative, Jesse Jackson Jr, let it all out in a technophobic rant about how the “iPad probably responsible for eliminating thousands of american jobs”, and how it is responsible for bookstores such as Borders and Barnes & Noble closing their doors due to lack of sales.
Anyone looking to protect their new iPad 2, while at the same time staying close to the earth, should look no further than ColcaSac. Their beautiful and natural sleeves are the perfect carrying case!
Three, a mobile carrier in the UK, has put live a page on their site that allows customers to purchase a white iPhone 4. You can order a white iPhone and have expect to have it delivered on the 20th of April.
Dropbox today released a massive update of their iPad app. Version 1.4 has introduced many new features, including the ability to choose what app to use to open files within your Dropbox, upload files from your photo booth library, and a revamped navigation.
Have you ever found yourself in this situation: You’re at a book signing for your favorite author, but you only have an eBook? Autography, which allows an author to sign your eBook electronically, and even include a photo, dashes to the rescue.
We recently caught up with Brendan Lim, who along with Pradeep Elankumaran, co-founded Receivd – a cool new file sharing app for OS X. Last week we reviewed Receivd and we were so impressed that we awarded Receivd a score of 9/10.
iTunes has been showing a completely new and unique placeholder name under “requirements” for some App Store apps. A few apps have been shown as being compatible with “ix.Mac.MarketingName.” Could this be the Apple device to bridge the gap?
MacTrast favorite, Dropbox is expected to today announce a pretty impressive milestone. Dropbox, founded in 2007, is expected to hit 25 million users. Users of the popular file sharing and syncing service save 200 million files per day. That’s 1 million files every 5 minutes.
New details have emerged from AppleInsider about the next generation iPhone according to a report issued today by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo with Concord Securities.
iPad artists, listen up! There’s an awesome new project brewing over at Kickstarter – the project, called the Flow, is a fully bristled and textured paintbrush for the iPad, making brushstrokes and special color effects easier than ever.
Apple has sourced SSDs for their Macbook Air range from two different manufacturers. And one performs significantly faster than the other.
When iFixit tore down the Macbook Airs, they confirmed the use of Toshiba’s Blade X-gale SSDs. However, a thread over at Mac Rumors lead to the outing of a second SSD in later releases of the Macbook Air.
Much like a baby seal returns to the sea after some R&R at a pet sanctuary, Oracle has returned Open Office to the open source community. If you want to continue to use an open source alternative to MS Office, then you can support Libre Office.
A week ago we reported that Angry Birds Seasons will get an Easter-themed update. Well folks, it’s here now!
We all see the trend – paper books are out, digital books are in. Publishers, librarians and booksellers are all losing their jobs, and it is entirely the iPad’s fault. Illinois Representative Jesse Jackson Jr. is blaming iPad for growing level of unemployment in USA.
This week’s top 10 Apple stories, including: the first logo, iPad keyboard case, and a censored video
Shame on you for not checking MacTrast until today. Well, I’ve made it easy for you to catch up on all things Apple.
Here’s a review of our top 10 Apple stories for the week of April 10-16, 2011: