BizJournals may have a source with solid information on the iPad 3. However for whatever reason, hours afterward the article containing details about the next, highly-anticipated iPad was pulled from BizJournals. That leaves us to pulling apart a recap of BizJournals’ information from TekGoblin. According to the original report, the
If iPhone 4S/5 is going to be introduced tomorrow at WWDC, it would be a safe bet to say that the two U.S. carriers that are practically guaranteed to sell it would know in advance. So if the new, popular iPhone 4 is taken out of the limelight on both
It seems like no coincidence that AT&T has been removing iPhone 4 from prime positions in its Wireless online store, trying to keep it away from a customer’s view, as early as days (though now we’re approaching hours) before WWDC. In past years, new iterations of the iPhone have been
Rumors are piling up for what the Worldwide Developers Conference keynote event will entail this Monday. The first is a double-hitter from AppleInsider regarding Mac OS X Lion and iCloud. Rumor has it that the purchase of Mac OS X Lion will include access to a certain tier of iCloud,
Samsung is going to fight fire with an even brighter fire that will probably burn out quicker. In a move that Apple will do everything in its power not to satisfy, Samsung requested access to the most recent production model of the next “commercial versions” of the iPhone and iPad.
Well, maybe it is time to stop assuming that iPhone 4′s successor will be called iPhone 5. After all, Apple has never stuck with simply incremental numbers. According to Forbes, it “should be” called iPhone 4S. When the iPhone 3GS came around, the “S” stood for speed, so that is
Developers are continuing to offer apps at limited-time discounts or giving them away for free to boost their numbers. Arnold Kim, founder of MacRumors, created a great new way of looking for iPhone apps online called AppShopper.com, which was used to compile this list. Today's list includes TKO Marbles, TKO Numbers, TransMate, XpenseTracker, World Countries, American Dominoes and BrainHack.