Immediately following yesterdays report about Apple’s timeline for the release of their second-generation iPad mini, NPD DisplaySearch analyst Richard Shim now says display suppliers could begin mass production of the tablet’s screens as quickly as next month.
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T-Mobile released their T-Mobile TV app for iOS in the App Store on Thursday. The app gives iPhone users on the magenta network a way to access on-demand and live video content.
As you may already know, Apple is currently counting down to the 50 billionth download on the App Store – and alongside that countdown, they have also published a pair of charts detailing to top 25 paid and free apps of all time! Similar charts were posted last year alongside the countdown to 25 billion downloads.
Apple has continued their campaign against app recommendation apps, as the company is now reported to be rejecting apps that allow users to share apps they’ve discovered with their friends.
Adobe’s MAX conference in Los Angeles on Monday was the site of an announcement from the company that the next generation of its popular creativity suite would be rebranded as Creative Cloud, and would include a number of connectivity and functionality improvements.
A new analysis says “prohibitive” carrier requirements by Apple have prevented some 2.8 billion customers from having access to the iPhone.
Apple has done a very good job to make sure that documents and files that you send on any of they’re devices are pretty protected. But even with that said it never hurts to make sure that you are always protected. Scan and Protect for iOS does just that
What if there was a device that you could attach to things like your keys, your briefcase, or even small children, and it would work with your smartphone to help you find those objects if you lost them? Or better yet, get other people to find them for you? Enter our Indiegogo project of the week: BlueBee.
Apple and Samsung have once again combined to account for 100% of the profits to be had in the smartphone business. The iPhone took 57% of the market’s value, with Samsung grabbing the remaining 43%. It’s good to be the kings.
Apple has leapt 11 spots in Fortune magazine’s annual “Fortune 500” list. The list ranks the largest companies in the United States according to revenue. In this years list, Apple jumped to #6 from its #17 spot in last years rankings.
CNET is reporting that NPD DisplaySearch analysts are saying there will are two iPad mini with Retina display models in the pipeline, with one launching in the third quarter of 2013, followed by a second update, including an updated processor, in Q1 of 2014.
You’re frustrated with your iPad due to the fact there is no version of Office available for it, and the darn thing doesn’t have a physical keyboard! What’s that? You’re OK on both counts? Well, somebody might want to give Bill Gates a clue then.
The European Commission, in a preliminary ruling, calls Motorola’s enforcement of an injunction against Apple via mobile standard essential patents “abuse of a dominant position prohibited by EU antitrust rules.”
What happens when you have Siri and Google Now on the same iPhone? Well, it’s kinda like having your Wife and your Mom in the same car. Trust me, it’s not pretty!
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. To celebrate this quasi-religious holiday on May the 4th, we present a taste of the good and bad.
While the Google Glass headset does some cool stuff, it still needs to interface with a traditional smartphone to do things like navigation, and text messaging. Until now, the optical wonder would only pair for these functions with an Android smartphone running the Glass companion app.