When they introduced the iPhone 5, Apple switched to a new connector port called Lightning. So, all your iPhone accessories compatible with previous generation iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch models had then become “worthless” all of a sudden. But, as is usually the case, a new wave of accessories has
It’s about time that Apple announces its plans to host a major product event, or so says noted analyst of Piper Jaffrey & Co.’s Gene Munster. According to the expert, the tech giant should be in line to host the next major product event in April, due to the amount
The day before Valentine’s Day Apple had surprised the blogosphere and consumers by announcing both a processor refresh and price cut for its recently-released Retina MacBook Pros and MacBook Air. Yes, in an unexpected move – just four months after introducing its high-end laptops – Apple chops $200 off the
It seems that the iPhone 5 passcode lock isn’t quite as hack-proof as you may have originally thought. According to Adrian D’Urso of JailbreakNation, the iPhone 5 is quite easy to break into, once you get the hang of it. Once completed, the security flaw allows anyone to make phone
It didn’t take long for Apple to strike back against Brazil’s copyright regulators who sided with the local firm Gradiente Electronica SA on Wednesday over the use of the “iPhone” brand name. Today, the tech giant is challenging the ruling set by the Institute of Industry Property (INPI), citing that
It didn’t take long for Apple to stir up some buzz after President Obama mentioned the tech giant in Tuesday’s State of the Union address.
The anticipation of the next iPhone release has hit full stride and we can’t help but throw our two cents into the latest round of speculations.
The third confirmation of the iWatch rumor has been revealed. After the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal’s sources whispered of Apple working on a wristwatch computing device, Bloomberg queried its own internal sources and published some juicy information about the iWatch project that Apple reportedly has in
During his State of the Union address, President Obama reaffirmed a point that could impact the way we buy Apple products while simultaneously reinvigorating the American manufacturing industry and launching us into the beginning of the end for U.S. companies’ outsourcing. (At least the President would humbly like to believe
Let’s face it, the iPhone is everywhere. Commercials are on television, and any retailer worth its square footage carries the pertinent models. Sooner or later, though, the market will be saturated, right? At some point, iPhone sales will hit a bit of a dead end, right?