Device makers have all been scrambling to incorporate NFC technology into their mobile devices, yet Apple has stayed silent on their own plans. But a deal that will be announced today could shed some light on what Apple might be planning.
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We’ve just received word from a source within Apple’s supply chain that Apple is preparing to launch a trifecta of new products late this summer, with new MacBook Pros and iMacs, as well as OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion all planned for a mid-to-late July launch.
The legal volleys still fly hot and heavy between Apple and Samsung, but the two tech giants have made moves to play nice, with each company dropping claims they had previously filed against each other.
T-Mobile has been sore that they haven’t been able to offer the iPhone for some time now. But rather than moaning, the carrier is now doing something about it – upgrading their network to be compatible with the iPhone!
It appears that even Apple underestimated how popular their retail stores would be. Their original vision is proving too small, as the stored are filled with crowds looking for iPhone, iPads, and Macs.
Users have been craving multi-user support ever since the first iPad was unveiled. Fortunately, it seems that there is good news, as Apple has now begun listing the lack of multi-user support as a known issue, and reveals that they are “investigating” the matter.
Well-known iOS hacker i0n1c has once again demonstrated his skills by jailbreaking the 3rd generation iPad running iOS 5.1.1 shortly after the update was released.
An Info World post as noted that Snow Leopard users might face security issues in September if Apple follows its policy and drops security update support for older versions of OS X.
New Apple Senior VP of Retail John Browett has taken his first significant action in his role by sending out a letter to all Apple and Apple Store employees saying how thrilled he was to be in his new role and how much he was looking forward to his time at Apple.
Apple has reached 17th on the annual Fortune 500 list of America’s largest corporations, coming in just behind J.P Morgan, while Exxon recaptured the top spot ahead of Wal-Mart.
In this Mac tip I take a look at how to remove attachments from emails whilst still keeping the original email.
If mobile editing of MS Office documents is something you desire, look no further. Polaris Office is the full-package option for business men, students, and on-the-go moms.
Right from the title of the game, or of course if you’ve played the first Tower Raiders, you know what to expect from Tower Raiders 2 GOLD. Gianormous Games, LLC has developed a follow up to one of the more in-depth and hardcore defense games on the app store.
Apple has lowered their prices for all refurbished iPads today, shaving between $20 and $50 off of previous prices for each model. As such, a refurbished 16GB 1st-gen iPad can now be purchased for just $279, while refurbished iPad 2s now start at $319.
Evernote announced this morning that they have acquired Penultimate – a popular handwriting app for iPad. This marks the second major acquisition by Evernote, having purchased Mac screen sharing app Skitch last year.
According to the latest data from market research firm Canalys, tablet shipments have increased 200% year over year while netbook sales continue to fall.