Just as iPhone 5 availability has improved by a week (now taking 2-3 weeks for orders from the Apple Store to ship), comes reports sporting the addition of the "S" we have come to expect from a follow-up release. Don't get too cozy with iPhone 5 as Apple may be pushing its follow-up much more aggressively, with new rumors pointing to production testing beginning this December. Such a speedy production timeframe could mean that we will see iPhone 5S much earlier than anticipated.
Given the timezone difference, the iPhone 5 has already gone on sale in Australia. In a race to be one of the first websites worldwide to give Apple's newest addition to its ever-expanding iPhone lineup, the iPhone 5, the teardown treatment, the tech-dissection experts over at iFixit has sent one of its many technicians to an Aussie Apple Store to get his hands on the brand new device.
To begin our highly-anticipated evaluation of the massive collection of iPhone 5 cases soon to be in our palms, we here at iPhone Alley have begun to roundup all of the announcements and press releases that we've received since last Wednesday. Having already shown our excitement over Otterbox's announcement of four cases catered to fit the iPhone 5, we're continuing our extensive roundup by shedding light on Incipio's lineup for Apple's new iconic device.
The newly released Launch Center Pro ($2.99) isn't a free update for owners of its unripe predecessor, and that did spark some ill-natured disapproval towards the respective developer. Regardless, that's no reason to simply brush the app off and not give it a go. The completely revamped, reimagined app ditches the previously-used list format and instead replaces it with a slick, more powerful interface geared towards optimal efficiency.
As if we're done covering what was announced earlier today at Apple's WWDC keynote! Hidden among all of the commotion surrounding the other announcements made at the keynote, Apple has quietly launched a new accessory for its flagship tablet, the iPad.
Speed dial has been a feature unfortunately omitted from iOS. One app that aims to rectify this issue as well as add the functionality to essentially launch almost anything from inside its confines is called Launch Center ($1.99), and it does a great job at what it advertises.
Originally discovered by AppleInsider, Apple has begun to deny vacation requests for employees during the second week October. This could be reflective of an iPhone launch. Read below to find out more.
Earlier I posted an article on two iPhone retailers discounting their iPhones reasonably as a possible act of anticipation for the iPhone 5: Target and RadioShack had discounted all models of the iPhone by $50 and $30, respectively. I also mentioned that both AT&T and Verizon were still offering it
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 you haven't heard already, Digg released its official app for the iPhone and iPod touch on Wednesday [App Store, Free]. Within 24 hours, the app had shot to the top of the App Store's "news" category, making it the top news app in the world for the time being according to Mashable.
The app contains features such as the ability to browse, search, and Digg/bury stories as well as options to save stories for later viewing, an in-app browser, and a “preview” feature for each story.