Apple’s original iPhone – the device that reshaped the smartphone market forever – is about to officially be declared obsolete at Apple Retail Stores. Starting June 11, 2013, Apple will officially drop support for the device at Apple Stores, meaning that Apple Stores will no longer repair or replace devices, even at customer cost, when that day finally arrives.
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U.S. Patent and Trademark Office filings released on Tuesday show that the transfer of a number of Kodak patents to Apple has begun, as the iPhone manufacturer takes ownership of several patents related to digital photography.
Popular tiny video sharing app Vine has been updated today. Front-facing camera support has been added, allowing you to switch cameras in mid-Vining.
Apple’s retail program is truly something to marvel at, in terms of its mind-blowing pace of growth, and its unprecedented success in the retail market. It has sparked clones from rivals such as Microsoft and Samsung, has inspired retailers such as Lowes to use iPhones on their sales floors, and has changed the retail industry forever.
Well over a year after first announcing the product at CES in 2012, Belkin has finally released their Thunderbolt Express dock, available now for $299. The dock includes Gigabit Ethernet, a FireWire 800 port, an extra Thunderbolt port, audio in and out jacks, and more, totaling 8 usable ports.
The judge presiding over Apple v. Samsung, Judge Lucy Koh, entered a case management order on Monday calling for a new trial in order to recalculate the $450.5 million in damages that she found may have been incorrectly awarded by a jury last August.
Apple is looking to make aggressive moves in the in-car integration space later this year, say numerous people familiar with the initiative. Apple is said to be working with car makers to deeply integrate iOS Maps and Siri services into automobiles.
Not everyone is down on Apple as an investment these days, as a Russian billionaire recently bought $100 million in Apple stock, and has publicly declared his faith in the company in a recent interview.
I am a little ashamed to admit, I had never played Farkle before trying out Farkle Mania Online on my iPhone. It took me while to get the hang of this little game, but it is definitely a game that will be staying on my iPhone for awhile.
Apple’s Magic Trackpad, with its large 5-inch square surface, existed without direct competition for quite a while. It simply had no equal. Logitech aims to change all that with their Rechargeable Trackpad for Mac. Does the Logitech T651 have what it takes to challenge the Magic Trackpad? Read on to find out!
Amidst the gloom and doom predictions about the dark and murky future of Apple’s iPhone comes a survey that actually paints a rather bright outlook for the Cupertino company’s popular handset.
Following a report sharing supposed details of OS X 10.9, 9to5Mac has also posted some major new details about iOS 7. According to the report, iOS 7 will feature a major interface redesign, and will take on a new “flatter” user interface, as well as an even simpler design compared to previous versions of iOS.
Samsung, in its continuing effort to force people to make phone calls with larger and larger devices, has announced the third-generation Galaxy Tab. The 7-inch tablet will use a 3G connection for data, and will also double as a hella huge phone.
According to Instapaper creator Marco Arment, Instagram may be about to change for the better, as Arment announced he has sold a majority share of the app to Betaworks – the same company that recently acquired Digg.
Apple has announced via its developer website that it will be holding a “road show” this fall with individual Tech Talk sessions for developers in various cities. The news follows Worldwide Developers Conference tickets selling out in less than two minutes.
Immediately following the filing of Apple’s latest Campus 2 building plans, they have once again sent a mailer out to neighbors in the Cupertino area surrounding the construction site, updating them with the latest news, and requesting input about the mammoth undertaking.