According to AppleInsider, Apple is telling some stores to expect to receive a sealed package that is not to be opened until instructed. The package is said to possible contain new MacBook Pros, and possibly refreshed iMac models.
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Multiple reports from various sources seem to indicate that the iPad 2 may be somewhat more compact, have dual cameras, and may be getting support for an upcoming Light Peak implementation on Macs.
We’re hearing unconfirmed rumors from an anonymous source that the iPad 2 will NOT feature a laser beam that automatically zaps flies. Until then, you should continue to use your iPad to smash flies like you would if you had a newspaper close by.
The iPhone 4 was released on the 24th of June but it seems that Steve Jobs is the only person that has held a white iPhone 4, albeit on stage at the WWDC. The release date for the white iPhone is Spring 2011 but with the likely summer (or early winter) release of the iPhone 5, how likely is that a white iPhone 4 will ever make it to the market?
There is fresh concern about the release date of the iPad 2 with the news that production bottlenecks may push the release date of the popular tablet device as far back as June 2011.
Have you ever wanted to browse the web in a browser that renders everything in 8-bit mode? Of course you have! And finally, those who want to punish their eyes can with this little browser, based on Safari for Mac.
Wait a minute! That’s not an iPad 2!! Eskild Engeland Fors has posted a video review of an “iPad 2″ on Youtube but we think it might be a 27” iMac. What do you think?
Rumors, rumors, and more rumors continue to pop up about the upcoming iPhone 5 release. Everyone is speculating about potential features, but what about the features the iPhone 5 is lacking. We exclusively reveal 9 reasons NOT to buy an iPhone 5.
According to a report from CNET, Apple may soon be expected to announce their implementation of Intel’s Light Peak high-speed data technology. Rumors are abound that is technology may be incorporated into the upcoming new range of Macbooks.
According to reports from MacRumors and 9to5Mac, the long-anticipated update of the MacBook Pro line will occur on February 24th, which incidentally happens to be Steve Job’s birthday! Both sites give a date and list some model numbers of the new lineup, however 9t05Mac has gained some further insights, listing Best Buy skus and pricing information as well.
Apple has recently posted a fairly comprehensive listing in their support database detailing the differences between the iPhone 4 operating on a GSM network versus a CDMA network. This is, I imagine, a direct response to people’s comments regarding the limitations of the Verizon iPhone .
Today Steve Jobs met with Barack Obama alongside Eric Schmidi and The Zuck. But what did they talk about? According to The Oatmeal, it went a little like this…
According to the Guardian, Apple has strengthened it’s child labour checks in facilities in it’s supply chain in China, and it’s annual report on manufacturers details that there were nine times as many children working at it’s suppliers than last year.
Japanese architect Ryuji Nakamura decided to do a cheap, simple & cute way to create the illusion of being a giant with papercraft.
Two slightly contrasting updates. Photos have been published in The National Enquirer showing an allegedly frail Steve Jobs. On the other hand, Jobs will today be meeting with US President Obama to discuss technology.
MacWorld.it has put together a mockup of what an iPhone might look like if Apple decided to drop the only button (the home / back button) in favor of a full screen.