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Apple is celebrating “A Decade of iTunes” by rolling out a new feature to its iTunes Store, which offers a history lesson about the company’s uber-popular digital content downloading service.
Sales of Apple’s iPhone slowed at Sprint in Q1 2013, as the third-largest U.S. wireless carrier lost over a half million subscribers in the period, yet still posted returns beating most Wall Street estimates.
Apple has announced the dates for its annual Worldwide Developers Conference. The event will be held June 10 through 14 at San Francisco’s Moscone West. Tickets for this year’s conference will go on sale Thursday, April 25, at 10 a.m. Pacific, 1 p.m. Eastern.
Among the many topics address by Tim Cook during yesterday’s quarterly results conference call, Cook took a moment to discuss rumors that Apple may be working on a larger version of the iPhone. Cook was quick to squash rumors that Apple would head in that direction, noting that there are still to many quality trade-offs in such displays.
Tabular is a tablature editor and composer that allows its users to read and write music for nearly all stringed instruments, and is one of the easiest and most feature-right tablature programs available.
Following Twitter’s announcement that they would be discontinuing TweetDeck for iPhone, Android, and Adobe Air, the company has now officially announced the expiration date for those versions of the app as May 7. On that date, Twitter will permanently disable the apps from functioning, and dropping all support and development.
Apple offered a progress report yesterday on the state of the App Store – and to say that Apple’s app market delivered impressive results would be quite the understatement. According to Apple, the App Store has now seen over 45 billion total app downloads – that’s over 700 million app downloads per day, and over 800 downloads every single second.
During their Q2 2013 quarterly earnings conference call yesterday, Apple revealed that their massive cash reserve is continuing to grow, despite Tim Cook’s efforts to return more of Apple’s money back to the shareholders. According to the latest numbers, Apple’s cash reserve is now up to a whopping $145B – up 5.8% from three months ago at $137.1B.
I have a full-size iPad, but I decided to invest in a Mini for the sheer fact that it is compact, lightweight and has the ability to virtually fit anywhere, even my purse. That said, I don’t want a crazy huge case, it would complete defeat the purpose of having a Mini. The X-Doria SmartStyle case is right on the money when it comes to slim-fitting, visually appealing cases.
Everyone is a photographer, with their smart phones and digital cameras, even music players and tablets take pictures nowadays – so it’s no wonder that there is a new craze surrounding photo apps that allow for the most basic options, like cropping, all the way to complex options like the removal of imperfections, or even people. Inpaint Pro is a desktop application that allows users to transform imperfect photos into perfection.
Apple has just released a significant update to their Apple Store iOS app, adding push notifications to let users know when they are eligible for a discount iPhone upgrade, as well as push notifications for order shipment and delivery. The notifications are a nice unexpected touch that should bring some nice user functionality for the app.
Apple just announced some very impressive numbers for their last financial quarter, quickly sending the company’s stock up 5% in after hours trading. While we’ve already published the numbers, those of you who, like me, prefer to have things presented visually, we’ve assembled a series of great charts to illustrate the figures. Enjoy!
Longtime iPhone carrier partner AT&T reported their earnings for the first quarter of 2012 today. The company added 1.2 million new subscribers and sold six million smartphones, 4.8 million of which were iPhones.
Apple has just released a new build of OS X 10.8.4 to registered Mac developers today, just over a week after seeding the previous build. The new version bears a build number of 12E33a, and as with the previous three updates, Apple continues to ask testers to focus on Wi-Fi, Graphics Drivers, and Safari.
During Apple’s Q2 2013 earnings conference call, Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed to investors that Apple has “got some really great stuff coming in the fall and across 2014.” He even noted that Apple is potentially working on some new and exciting product categories for the near future.