Apple has just announced at their iPhone media event that iOS 5 will be launching for all users on October 12th. It will be a free download for all Apple devices newer than the iPhone 3G & 3rd Gen iPod Touch.
Latest Apple & Mac News
Apple’s iPhone media event is about to begin! We’ve rounded up a bunch of the latest rumors and speculation to keep you occupied until Apple announces the truth in just over 10 minutes time.
9to5Mac discovered a pair of images with interesting file names on the Apple.com website. The images can be found here and here and both include the term “iPhone4s” in their URL.
A series of new last-minute rumors are now surfacing suggesting the prices that Apple will offer their next-gen iPhone hardware at, and suggesting a launch date of October 14th. 9to5Mac reports that they’ve heard whispers that the iPhone 4S will…
Following a report from last month announcing new software updates, Adobe has released Flash Player 11 and Adobe Air 3 for the Mac. The new apps are expected to deliver improved 3D graphics, and up to 1,000 times the performance of Flash Player 10.
Most of us already expect Apple’s next iPhone to be a pretty impressive device, but it appears we may all have seriously underestimated Apple – Jimmy Kimmel’s parking lot security guard/technology consultant provides an early look at the iPhone 5′s new boomerang and lightsaber features, as well as it’s new edible properties!
Adobe made a few announcements yesterday at their MAX conference, notably that they’ll be releasing a new tablet-enhanced version of their popular image editing software called Photoshop Touch, expected to arrive on the iPad in early 2012.
Even though Apple will not be providing a public live stream of today’s iPhone media event, media in the UK will be able to attend a stream of the event from the Covent Garden Apple Store in London at 6PM GMT.
In this Mac tip I explain why after your install of the Lion operating system you may notice a system slowdown.
Tim Cook will take to the stage at 10AM PT to introduce the world to the 5th generation iPhone. Will it be a tweaked iPhone 4S or a revamped iPhone 5? Follow us on Twitter for all the updates from today’s event or follow our updates in this post.
We are only a few hours removed from the big iPhone announcement. Finally we will be able to put to bed all the speculation about whether we will see an iPhone 4S or an iPhone 5 (or maybe even both)….
The third person action games I’ve played for iOS have been good as far as the graphics and gameplay go, but for the most part a majority of them have been a little shotty as far as controls go; that is until now. The third person action game SHADOWGUN from the developer MADFINGER Games, puts that all to rest from the controls to the gameplay, and much more.
We are a few hours removed from Apple’s iPhone media event , and there certainly has been a great deal of rumor and speculation circulating about the event. We’ve compiled the latest rumors together in the hopes of giving you a better idea of what may be revealed at today’s event.
A reference to a next-gen iPhone 4S with dual-mode “world phone” capabilities has reportedly been found within the latest iTunes developer beta. The term “iPhone 4S” is specifically mentioned, displaying a picture of a CDMA iPhone 4 as its reference image.
iOS 5 is expected to have a new feature called Assistant. Assistant is the evolution of Siri’s personal assistant technology, which uses artificial intelligence technology to change the way you interact with your iPhone.
As we reported back in July, the new version of Growl, a massively popular notification app for OS X, has just been updated to version 1.3, and is now available in the Mac App Store