Having a conversation with your iPad might be a sign of insanity – but that could be about to change! According to a new report from 9to5Mac, Apple is planning to bring the full-fledged Siri package to the iPad in iOS 6!
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Following Friday’s report that iOS 6 would feature significantly revamped stock apps, sources speaking to 9to5Mac now claim that Apple will feature completely redesigned iTunes Store, App Store, and iBooktore apps in the update.
3D printing technology has come a long way, and so when Shapeway, a company specialising in that domain launched a contest to find what Siri might look like in 3D form, it was bound to be interesting.
Tim Cook says we’re about to see Siri do all sorts of cool things in the future, but we think she’s already pretty cool. She’s making commercials, taking security siri-ously, and starring in remakes of famous movie scenes.
This week we have Steve Jobs’s rant about how many rounded rectangles exist in the world, something which he took out on programmer Bill Atkinson.
Wallpaper Weekends is a post series intended to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. This week we bring you two excellent wallpapers for iPad and iPhone by Chris Herbert.
Facebook and Apple have been making goo-goo eyes at each other recently, and it looks like the flirting is going to lead to a relationship. MG Siegler is reporting for TechCrunch today that Facebook integration will be included in the next version of Apple’s iOS.
Twitter announced an open house event session during the WWDC, which will be thrown by Twitter’s Mobile and Engineering teams. The event will be centered around tech talks, with food and beer, and attendees are limited, and guess what? It’s already sold out.
Apple turns its product inventory over every five days. According to a report from Gartner Research, the iPhone and Mac maker ranks behind only McDonald’s for the fastest inventory turnaround time.
Even though Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook stated this week that he’d like his company’s products to be made in the U.S., a new report says the roadblocks may be to difficult for Apple to overcome, at least in the short term.
Supposed new information has surfaced about iOS 6, suggesting that there will be very few big changes to the core elements of the OS. Instead, “headline enhancements are focused on stock apps across the board.”
Google has just announced a press event to be held a few days before WWDC to discuss their Google Maps services, suggesting that they may be preparing to head Apple off at the pass.
We have hooked up with Flexibits to give away 5 copies of Fantastical – a great menu bar utility to improve the efficiency and usefulness of your Mac’s calendar! Fantastical would normally set you back $19.99, but we’re giving away 5 copies today for free!
Apple CEO Tim Cook visited Washington D.C. in May in order to have an opportunity to meet and greet various political leaders on Capitol Hill. Cook visited Speaker of the House John Boehner, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.
Apple’s proposed design for a new, smaller version of the SIM card has now been selected by the European Telecommunication Standards Institute (ETSI) as the new standard for mobile devices, beating out competing designs from Nokia, RIM, and Motorola.
‘But there is one more thing…’ If there’s a tagline for Steve Jobs’ keynotes that’s the one, and Apple Gazette has regrouped all those classic moments into one awesome feature.