Code deep inside the latest beta release of iOS 7 show indications that Apple may be planning on adding a camera capable of recording video at 120 frames-per-second in a future model of the iPhone.
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Sometimes, carrying an external power supply or spare lightning cable can be too much for my pockets. The Bluelounge Kii is a convenient solution to keeping power just inches away.
Apple’s lawsuit against Amazon over the term “App Store” has ended. U.S. District Judge Phyllis Hamilton dismissed the trial today at the request of both companies, leaving Amazon free to use “appstore”.
Another rare Apple I computer from the 70s has been auctioned by Christie’s Auction House. The Apple I, signed by company co-founder Steve Wozniak, brought in $387,750 in an online auction.
A developer option in the latest beta of Apple’s iOS 7 shows controls for “iOS in the Car” via both USB and Wi-Fi. This suggests the company’s AirPlay protocol may be used to stream visual and audio data to supported automotive console systems.
Earth 3D Amazing Atlas from 3Planesoft uses the graphics and computing power of your Mac to take the old world atlas a huge step forward.
For years Apple offered Mac customers $100 off of the purchase of a printer, but discontinued the program in early 2012 as the devices lost popularity. Now Apple is once again promoting printers with new in-store displays and an instant discount program offering up to $50 on HP printers.
A new Geekbench result posted earlier today appears to be from Apple’s next-generation 15-inch MacBook Pro. The machine, with the code name of “AAPLJ45,1” doesn’t reveal itself as a Retina or non-Retina display model.
Apple CEO Tim Cook will once again attend this year’s Sun Valley conference at the Sun Valley Resort in Idaho. Cook made a surprise appearance at the conference last year.
Alongside the release of the third iOS 7 developer beta earlier today, Apple has also released their third developer preview of OS X Mavericks. As with the previous developer preview, the third developer build comes exactly two weeks following its predecessor, and continues to address various bugs and add performance enhancements ahead of the public release of OS X Mavericks.
Twitter for Mac and iOS Updated With Direct Message Syncing, Improved Search, New ‘People’ Button & More
Twitter released a significant update for their Mac and iOS apps today, adding a number of features and improvements, including the ability to sync the “read” status of direct messages. Other updates include improved search, a new reply composer, the ability to report unwanted “spam” tweets, and more.
Another week, another source claiming to have access to parts from the much-rumored budget iPhone from Apple. This time it’s Techdy reporting that it has gotten it’s paws on what it believes in its heart-of-hearts to be legitimate front and rear parts for the lower-cost handset from Apple.
The Square payments company is teaming up with Apple to sell the new Square Stand point-of-sale system through Apple’s retail stores beginning Tuesday, July 9th.
A new report says the launch of Apple’s iPhone on the T-Mobile network helped the iOS platform step a bit closer to Google’s Android in market share over the past three months.
Right on cue, and consistent with betas of previous iOS versions, Apple has seeded the third beta of iOS 7 to developers exactly two weeks after introducing the second beta. The updated is available now via OTA update on devices running the first beta (through Settings, General, Software Update).
Most thought the world had seen enough Bejeweled knock-offs in the App Store. But not the developers of Candy Crush Saga. The devs of this #1 top grossing app in the App Store thought there was room for at least one more, and they proved correct. To the tune of an estimated $633,000 dollars revenue A DAY!