With Apple’s new iMacs expected to launch in the near future, we’ve heard from several sources well-connected to Apple’s third-party retail distribution chain that Apple is preparing to launch updated Thunderbolt Displays this fall as well.
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Compared to the constant supply of iPhone rumors, the iPod department has been rather lackluster. However the news that case manufacturers are preapring for major design to changes to the iPod nano will delight many, while the iPod touch is also seemingly going to undergo a significant update.
A report claims that a Virgin Australia passenger using an iPhone running the iOS 6 beta was prompted to save a digital boarding pass to Passbook.
According to a new report from Clayton Morris of Fox News, Apple is planning to release new iMacs in the very near future. The new iMacs will reportedly not have Retina displays, but that they will launch some time this fall.
Sources familiar with the situation say Apple has reduced its orders for iPhone memory chips from its main supplier Samsung Electronics. The industry source says that Apple will use Toshiba, Micron-owned Elpida, and SK Hynix as chip suppliers.
9to5Mac reaffirms that Apple’s next gen iPhone will indeed be announced at next week’s event, and will be available at the same $199/$299/$399 price points as the iPhone 4S.
Leading up to Apple’s September 12 media event, The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple is currently preparing their own streaming music service, which would presumably compete with the likes of Pandora and Spotify.
Well-sourced Apple journalist MG Siegler tweeted yesterday evening that Twitter may be planning to discontinue development on their official Mac app as well.
Google released a new update for Gmail for iOS today, adding the ability to open links from the app in Chrome for iOS (as Google has been doing with all of their apps lately).
How do Amazon’s impressive new toys stack up to the competition? iMore has put together a handy chart so you can see for yourself!
Fieldrunners, the popular iOS tower defense game, has just received a huge update packed with new features including Retina graphics and more.
Apple’s iTunes Store has gone down for many users across the globe, who are receiving the following error message when they attempt to access any part of the store using iTunes (including the App Store).
As we all await Apple’s big iPhone event next week, new data from comScore highlights how well the iPhone is doing before the big launch. According to the report, the iPhone now accounts for just over a third of the U.S. smartphone market.
Jobs knows it’s taken long enough, but Facebook’s purchase of Instagram is finally a done deal. Both companies have announced the finalized deal on their blogs, and in today’s world, that’s as official as you get! Oh, and by the way, Instagram’s users have now shared over five billion photos.
With Apple’s big iPhone event just one week away, Apple’s stock closed today at a new all-time high as investors anticipate the company’s new products. Shares closed today at $676.48 – nearly a dollar higher than their previous high, set on August 27.
At a live event held today, Amazon announced an all-new lineup of Kindles – and they seem to be targeted directly at Apple’s throat! The Kindle Fire line now starts at just $169, and aggressively beats Apple’s price points at every turn.