If iPhones and iPods could speak, what might they say to one another? According to some fascinating data noted by Benedict Evans, the iPhone might say something like: “Move over, iPod – there’s a new sheriff in town!” According to a tweet from Evans this morning, the iPhone is about to surpass the iPod in total cumulative number of units sold for all time.
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Meet the NuMac BDR6x Blu-Ray Burner – The First Accessory Specifically Designed for Apple’s New Mac Pro
There’s been a lot of talk about how Apple’s new Mac Pro design could result in added clutter. It doesn’t have to be that way, however – at least, not according to Minneapolis-based accessory maker FastMac, who has unveiled what is likely the very first accessory designed especially for the new Mac Pro.
The startup chime is unique to the Mac, and while you might think it’s always been the same, it’s actually gone through quite a few changes over the years. From 1984 to now, this video, covers all the different chimes that Apple created for it’s Macs.
I love LEGO. I love Apple Stores. So combine both, and you’ve got to end up with something awesome.
Ecostand has put together a pdf with a template and instructions for an iPhone stand, so it should be a fairly straightforward build.
The Apple TV, which Apple has long considered a mere hobby, has long been among the most popular streaming devices purchased by consumers – and as Apple continues to add new content to the Apple TV through their recent updates, Frost and Sullivan’s latest data show just how successful Apple’s hobby really is.
Following a claim from Jefferies and Co. analyst Peter Misek stating that Apple’s next-gen iPhone would enter full-scale production later this month, AllThingsD has apparently confirmed the matter with their own sources, claiming that full-scale production for Apple’s “iPhone 5S,” as well as a cheaper version of the iPhone, is indeed nearly underway ahead of the devices’ expected fall launch.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has set an August 9th date for what will be an important confrontation between Apple and Samsung. The date has been set because of efforts by Apple to obtain an injunction on sales of some Samsung smartphones on the grounds of patent infringement.
Just like practically every other major tech company in existence, Microsoft is now reportedly working on their own smart watch, under the direction of their Surface tablet team. According to a report from AmongTech, the watch will use the same connector as the company’s Surface tablets, and run a modified version of Windows 8 or Windows RT.
Apple’s newly updated MacBook Air is one slim, slick, long-lasting beast of a portable computer – and a highly desirable shiny Apple gadget to own. Since we love shiny things, the MacBook Air, and most of all, our readers, we want to give you the chance to win one of your very own! Yup – that’s right!
Microsoft has announced the release of OWA for iPhone and OWA for iPad. “OWA”, or Outlook Web App is for Office 365 for Business subscribers, and brings notifications and other features that are not available through the web application.
T-Mobile’s “Jump” program which allows users to upgrade their devices every six months seems to be having an effect on the other carriers. AT&T and Verizon are introducing their own shortened device upgrade cycle plans.
A method cyber-criminals have long used against Windows users, is now targeting Mac users.”Ransomware,” the hijacking of a user’s browser with a notice demanding a $300 payment to release control of the application, has long been the bane of Windows users, but Mac users have only rarely seen efforts such as this targeted against them.
Here’s another log to throw on the Apple set-top box rumor fire: A report on Monday claims the Cupertino company is talking with media executives about a “premium” level of the much-rumored Apple TV service that would allow viewers to skip ads entirely.
Apple has released Logic Pro X, the latest version of its MIDI sequencer/digital audio workstation software for the Mac. New features include Drummer, Flex Pitch, and the accompanying Logic Remote for iPad.
It’s grain of salt time, as DigiTimes has published a new report claiming that initial shipments of the “iPhone 5S” will be in tight supply, due to low yield rates for the sensor used in the device’s much-rumored fingerprint scanning technology. Oh, and low yields for LCD drive ICs will also cause delays.