New photos allegedly showing the True Tone Flash components for both models of the iPhone 6 have surfaced on the web.
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While many industry observers say a slowdown in tablet sales show the device’s day in the sun is nearing an end, Apple CEO Tim Cook disagrees. He sees the recent iPad sales slump as merely a “speed bump”.
A new report claims Apple is preparing to launch a new, thinner MacBook near the end of 2014, or in early 2015.
Rise of Rome is a real time strategy game for the iPhone that has the player participating in a Roman Empire themed competition where you need to come up with the best strategies, formations, and the strongest corps to become the top hero in Ancient Rome.
Bloomberg reports today that Apple is preparing a 12.9-inch version of its popular iPad for release in early 2015. Bloomberg’s report cites the ever popular “people with knowledge of the matter”.
Independent mobile game development studio Open Name claims “Swing Copters”, the new game from Flappy Bird developer Dong Nguyen, is a clone of their previously released game, “Bog Racer”.
The recent mobile game release “Kim Kardashian: Hollywood” is currently number eight on the top grossing app list on the App Store charts. The game’s amazing $700,000 USD per day revenue rate has surprised observers such as Forbes and CNN, who had labeled the game an unlikely hit.
The iTunes Festival channel has made a triumphant return to the Apple TV channel lineup, just ahead of September’s 2014 iTunes Festival in London.
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Apple has once more expanded its Apple TV channel lineup, adding premium on-demand service “Showtime Anytime” to its roster. The channel provides subscribers of the Showtime premium cable channel with on-demand Showtime content via their Apple TV.
The Los Angeles Times reported this week that the LA Unified School district has put an end to its deal with Apple to rollout iPad tablets to all of its students.
California bill SB-962, the “Smartphones” bill, was signed into law by the state’s governor Jerry Brown on Monday. The law, which mandates all smartphones sold in the state of California to have a built-in “kill-switch” by July 2015.
Apple has announced that it is adding more acts to the bill for the 2014 iTunes Festival in London. 19 more acts have been added to the lineup, including Tony Bennett, Mary J. Blige, Ed Sheeran, and more.
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Meet The Calgary Husband and Wife Team (And Their 23 Relatives) Behind Apple’s Emmy Winning Commercial
You’ve likely seen the Emmy Award-winning “Misunderstood” holiday commercial from Apple. Now here’s the behind the scenes story of the Calgary based husband and wife team of Chris Ippolito and Karen MacKenzie, (and their 23 relatives), for whom the award-winning holiday turned out to be a Christmas in August gift that just keeps on giving.
China’s Economic Daily News claims Apple partner Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is ahead of schedule with its next-generation 16nm process for chip production.