Apple’s 21.5-inch iMac has already been torn down by both iFixit and Japanese-language site Kodawarisan. Unfortunately (but not surprisingly), as Ars Technica notes, the teardown reveals Apple’s continued efforts to prevent users from upgrading or repairing the device on their own.
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If you take all the titles available in Apple’s App Store, and combine it with Google Play’s catalog, you’ll come up with a count of more than 1.4 million apps. Those are from hundreds of thousands of developers…
Casio has announced an addition to its popular G-Shock line of watches. The GB6900AA watch pairs with the iPhone via Bluetooth, and displays information that includes synced time, calls and email alerts, that can be dismissed by double-tapping the screen.
Apple Senior Vice President of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue sold 15,000 shares of AAPL stock on Friday. The sale was valued at around $8.76 million.
A bug has seen the front page of the Russian iTunes store go from music, apps and TV shows to escort services, porn and sex toys.
Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt sat down for an interview with The Wall Street Journal, and addressed his company’s relationship with Apple.
Parts firm ETrade Supply has posted photos of what it believes could be the rear shell for the next-generation iPhone, the so called iPhone 5S.
In his largely positive review of iTunes 11, veteran tech journalist Walt Mossberg reveals that Apple is planning an upcoming update to iTunes 11, which will restore one of the main features missing from the update – duplicate song detection.
Apple is reported to have filed plans to more than double the size of its fuel cell facility at its data center in Maiden, North Carolina. The original 4.8 megawatt capacity will be increased to 10 megawatts.
The Onion really cracks me up, and the news that Apple is in the process of readjusting the Earth so it’s accurate in iOS Maps is pretty hilarious.
The iTunes Store has revolutionized the music industry since it was unveiled in 2003 – and has since ballooned into something much larger than anyone would have imagined. In fact, Apple’s iTunes business alone is larger than most major media companies!
When it comes to patents, apparently no word, term, or phrase is safe – not even parts of the human eye. Patently Apple reports that Apple has been awarded a pair of new patents for both the Retina term (when used to describe a display), and their Game Center icon.
In mid-2011, we reported on the story of a Chinese high school student who apparently sold his kidney in order to purchase some Apple products. According to Bangkok Post, 7 men have now been sentenced for the crime by a Chinese court
iTunes 11 offers a lot of new features – but one of those new features stands out above the rest, both in terms of sheer usefulness, as well as the “cool factor” – the ability to redeem an itunes or App Store gift card using your Mac’s built in camera!
In an apparent move to foster increased spending at their online store, Apple today removed a long-standing restriction limiting users to purchase a maximum of two unlocked iPhone 5s. As of today, users can now purchase as many unlocked iPhone 5s as their hearts desire.
The legal struggle has been a long and vicious one. One of the latest developments comes in the form of a statement from Samsung’s CEO, affirming that the iPhone – in fact, no smartphone at all – would be possible without their patents.