Apple has released a new series of 3 iPhone 4 ads, touting features such as the App Store , the integrated iPod, iTunes Store, and iBooks (and the iBookStore). The commercials basically tout Apple being the market leader in certain key areas, and the iPhone thus being more immediately useful.
Apple has just recently released a set of 14 videos guiding users through various aspects of the new iPad 2. The video’s are short, and do an excellent job of covering the bases in a friendly, easy to understand, and compelling manner.
Apple is apparently gearing up to make a few changes in their retail stores. According to a report from The Loop, Apple may be planning to remove certain hardware and software products (some peripherals and games) in order to better accommodate personalized setup for purchasers of new Macs and other Apple hardware.
According to recent reports, it appears that despite some bad feelings with Apple on the subject of Flash, Adobe has now finally unleashed a utility that can convert content directly from Adobe Flash to HTML5. This is reportedly being done in an effort to make more content available to iOS users
Apple online store has been one of the companies icons, remaining largely unchanged for a number of years. A recent job posting, however, suggests that the company might be getting ready to completely redesign the store from the ground up.
The new MacBook Pro models were unvelied yesterday, revealing the fastest MacBook Pro models the world has ever seen. We discuss Apple’s move to ATI graphics and what it might mean for the future of AMD with Apple.
Apple’s policy requiring all 3rd party apps that sell content to support in-app purchasing is set to cause some trouble for giants like Amazon – in the battle between Amazon and Apple, one giant will have to bow to the other. Who will bow to who? Only time will tell. Let the battle begin!
According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, Steve Jobs, despite his medical leave, continues to man the helm at Apple in a capable manner, and still remains very actively involved in the day-to-day operations of the massive Cupertino corporation. The report indicates that he has been working from home, and even holding business meetings there.
Many pundits, analysts, and tech journalists agree that it’s like that Apple MacBook Pro line will be refreshed sometime soon, with some guessing April, and some guessing even sooner. Now, however, the great folks over at 9 To 5 Mac have obtained information suggesting that the new MacBook Pro models could launch as early as March 11!
Although many of us have come to expect an iPad 2 announcement sometime in February, we’re now hearing that the announcement will be made at a small event in March, according to Japanese website Macotakara.
According to Engadget, a shelf tag describing a white 16GB AT&T iPhone has appeared at a Best Buy in Houston. According to the tag, the 16GB model will feature a price tag of $599 off contract, which is the same price as the black model is currently.
According to Jeremy Horwitz, Editor-in-Chief over at iLounge, there may be some very interesting developments concerning features and attributes of the upcoming iPad 2. Those features may include a carbon fiber casing, Near-Field Communication Technology, and RFID. Horwitz’s article also mentions the possibility of a 7″ iPad being in the works.
There’s an interesting new rumor circulating suggesting that sources for MacNotes.de have shared information with them about an event that Apple has planned for next week to showcase the iPad 2. Their sources also allegedly spoke of the iPad 2’s…