While a previous report from iMore claimed that pre-orders for the new iPhone would begin tomorrow (the same day as Apple’s event), MacRumors reports that pre-orders might actually begin this Friday, September 14 instead.
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While most analysts are expecting the new iPhone to provide a big boost to Apple’s bottom line, JP Morgan Chase’s economics team thinks it’ll have a MUCH bigger impact.
Following a report coming out of Germany that Vodafone was stockpiling nano SIMs ahead of the iPhone 5 release, the company itself confirmed, albeit prematurely, on its UK blog that it had 500,000 in stock.
To be filed under “Things That Make a Lawyer Smile”: Fresh from their overwhelming court victory against Samsung, Apple has decided to keep their legal skills sharp by suing an online grocer in Poland.
American Airlines is expanding its iPad Electronic Flight Bag program, as pilots of AA’s 777 aircraft begin using the popular tablet during all phases of flight this month. It is estimated the program will save an estimated $1.2 million a year in fuel costs.
Following previous rumors suggesting Apple will release a new, taller iPod touch with a 4-inch display, developer and iOS hacker Will Strafach (@Chronic) revealed new details about the device on Twitter.
WWDC was only in June, but as of today we’re already seeing refurbished 2012 Macbook Airs and Pros hit the refurbished section in the Apple online store.
A MacRumors reader, Michael Rou, was able to get his paws on both a pre-production iPhone 5 case, and a pre-production iPad mini case, and posted photos on Flickr.
Some major third-party retailers are showing “Out of Stock” for the availability of Apple’s popular Airport Extreme Wireless Base Station, possibly indicating that an updated model, with 802.11ac could be on its way.
The days of doodling in a notebook seem the be dwindling, as iPads and computers take their place in the classroom. With less students using spiral bound, paper notebooks, the future of an amusing artform – flip book animation – is going by the wayside. Animation Desk for iPhone is a new way to keep simple sketched animation from becoming a lost art.
Following Apple’s decision to remove YouTube as a default app in iOS 6, Google today launched an all-new YouTube app for iPhone and iPod touch to fill the gap. From the YouTube blog: For all you diehard YouTube fans out…
As nice as Dictation is, what happens when you need to insert a symbol, like a dollar sign or an asterisk? Luckily, it’s easy – just speak the actual name of the symbol, for instance “Dollar sign,” “Copyright sign,” and so forth.
The folks at Statista have put together an informative graphic to help you track Apple’s stock performance surrounding a major launch! This could come in handy to help you decide how to handle your shares!
So, you have a nifty new Retina Display MacBook Pro, and you’re forced to still use non-Retina-ready apps like Microsoft Word, and those fuzzy font’s are just bumming you out! Is that what’s chaffing your saddle area, cowboy? Well here comes Retinizer to the rescue.
Following his first round of humorous Apple fanatic moments in Shit Apple Fanatics Say, Scott Rose is back with a second round of common Apple fan utterances. I’m pretty amazed at how many of these I’ve found myself saying.
We thought it would be interesting to find out more about the switching phenomenon. You can tell us in the poll below exactly when you bought your first Mac, whether it was in 2002 or 2012.