It’s no secret, I am an iPhone case fanatic. If I change my case once a week, I change it 5 times a week. I’m also a retro nut. I was a kid during the 1960s, so anything that reminds me of that era gets extra style points. Today I want to tell you about a case that I’ve had on my iPhone for 3 solid weeks now, the Musubo Retro Case for iPhone 5.
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Apple’s smallest retail store in SanFrancisco is getting ready to expand to three times its size. The move is all a part of the company’s $1 billion retail expansion plans for 2013.
A new report released by Flurry Analytics takes a look at screen sizes and form factors in the mobile device market and finds that mid-sized phones, those with screens around the size of the iPhone’s screen, make up the majority of device usage among users. The report deems larger screened phablets as a “fad.”
Apple is well known for maintaining strict policies against pornographic and highly adult content on the iOS App Store. As such, it’s a bit surprising to hear that Playboy Magazine has finally arrived on iOS. All is not what it seems, however – to get around Apple’s content policy, the iOS version of Playboy is a bit different than what you’ll pick up from a news stand – it lacks explicit nudity.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office sent a letter to Apple earlier this year, informing the company that their U.S. iPad mini trademark request had been denied. The news was originally reported by Patently Apple, who spun the story out of control, claiming that the USPTO was acting unfairly and unreasonably.
A U.S. District Court judge has ruled that users cannot legally resell songs they have purchased on iTunes. The case involved a lawsuit between Capitol Records and music startup ReDigi, who has a business model that revolves around owners reselling their digital music libraries.
Nuance is working to bring a Siri-like experience to mobile advertising, as it has unveiled its new ‘Voice Ads’ mobile advertising platform. The platform will allow users to communicate with ads, and ask questions about the product being advertised.
Why would China’s state-owned media suddenly be on attack status against Apple and its popular iPhone? Marketwatch scribe Craig Stephen has an interesting theory. He thinks the country’s #1 carrier, China Mobile could definitely benefit from Apple being knocked off of its lofty perch.
Macworld/iWorld 2014 will be held at the end of March instead of the start of February in order to avoid clashes with the Superbowl and the aftermath of CES.
Apple has published a formal apology in an open letter from CEO Tim Cook, in which he apologized for what is described as “misunderstandings” over the company’s warranty policies in China. The letter also reveals new changes he says will better serve iPhone customers in the country.
It looks like Apple’s eBay refurbished products store is closed for business. All of the items in the store were taken offline Saturday morning, and as of Monday morning, it remains empty.
Reduced orders at Apple manufacturing partner Foxconn may have cause a factory worker at the company’s plant in Shenzhen to jump from the roof of the facility. Her suicide attempt is said to be part of the discontent among factory workers at the facility.
This is not an Apple fools prank. Apple was actually founded on the 1st of April 1976, and as such it celebrates its 37th birthday today.
This week we learn how Marc Andreesen, a web browser pioneer, questioned the lack of a keyboard on the iPhone prototype. He was out to dinner with Jobs at the time, and the latter quickly dismissed his worry.
The BikeSpike is a GPS tracker that automatically reports a crash to key contacts, alerts you if your bike is tampered with, works with IOS/Android/web, and for your programmer types, it even has an open API.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. Share in the spirit with these two wallpapers, after all, “He is risen!”