There seems to be one common thread running through all the Apple analyst reports coming out this year; if Apple wants to compete with the growth of the Android Market, it’s going to need to expand its accessibility. Some analyst believe that Apple will release the iPhone 5, iPad HD
Apple CEO Steve Jobs surprisingly took the stage on Wednesday to announce the successor to the iPad, one of the fast-selling products ever, iPad 2. Featuring more changes than expected and hugely ahead of the tablet competition, Apple declared 2011 as “the year of the iPad 2.” Will this also
What you are looking at on the left may be the bezel that will be used on the face of the iPhone 5. The first obvious thing to note is how the bezel is thinner on the left and right sides. It also looks to be shorter on the top
It would not be a stretch to say that in a little over two years from now our iPhone will be able to connect to anything, even cars controllable by a breakthrough auto-pilot app that will add new meaning to “There’s an app for that.” Okay, maybe it is a
There have been rumors going around that both the fifth-generation iPhone and the second-generation iPad will see releases pushed past their usual launch window. Both rumored delays to the expected release dates of the devices are assumedly the cause of Apple’s increasingly more demanding manufacturing and desire for a massive
During the months preceding the launch of the iPhone 3GS, a tip was received from a trusted source about an iPhone prototype that Apple was hard at work developing and testing. At the time, it seemed like it was not worth publishing details since there was little to verify whether
Zak White's open-source copy and paste framework OpenClip was a very ingenious solution to what seemed like an impossible problem, but as great as it would be to finally have copy and paste for at least some apps, it has been found that OpenClip's inevitable drawback keeps it from working in the upcoming 2.1 firmware update.
We've been waiting for copy and paste on the iPhone for a long, long time, but despite our pleas, Apple still says that it's not at the top of their list of priorities. In the meantime, a very creative college student by the name of Zak White has created his own alternative that looks to be the first viable copy/paste solution between multiple apps that doesn't interfere with Apple's SDK.