Sep 25


According to the Chinese site United Daily News Apple is continuing development of its rumored larger-sized iPad and working with supplier Quanta Computer. United Daily News refers to the larger tablet as a 12-inch device, while The Wall Street Journal suggest that Apple is developing an iPad that is closer to 13-inches diagonally. A 13 inch iPad has been rumored before and could be similar in size to Apple’s 13-inch MacBook Air, as seen in renderings commissioned by MacRumors above. » Apple May Be Working With Quanta Computer on Larger iPad

Sep 24


Apple has announced opening weekend sales of the new iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c which has sold a record-breaking nine million phones, just three days after the launch of the new iPhones on September 20. » Nine Million iPhone 5c & iPhone 5s Sales in Launch Weekend

Sep 24

Say hello to the iPhone 5c. For those who don’t just love color, but love being colorful.” Apple has released a new ad for the iPhone 5c entitled “Greetings”. Above you can watch the one-minute extended cut, or check out the 30-second format: Greetings and Greetings Too. » New iPhone 5c Ad “Greetings”

Sep 24


BlackBerry has agreed to a “letter of intent” to be acquired by Fairfax Financial, in a potential deal worth $4.7 billion or $9 per share. Fairfax Financial’s primary business is insurance. Fairfax’s CEO, Prem Watsa, was on the BlackBerry board of directors until he resigned from the position last month. The deal is far from complete and Blackberry is free to look for higher bids. » BlackBerry Receives Takeover Bid Worth $4.7 Billion

Sep 23

The biometrics hacking team of the Chaos Computer Club claims to be able to bypass Apple’s new Touch ID fingerprint sensor with a photo of the original user’s fingerprint. Apple’s new iPhone 5s includes a fingerprint sensor called TouchID, which can be used to unlock the iPhone as well as make purchases on the Apple iTunes store. The bypass is demonstrated in the video above. » Chaos Computer Club Bypasses Apple TouchID

Sep 20

iOS 7 includes special APIs for third-party hardware game controllers, turning the iPhone and iPad into gaming systems on par with other handheld consoles. ClamCase shows their GameCase iPhone controller in the video above, which connects via Bluetooth, includes its own battery, and supports all iOS 7-compatible iOS devices. » First “Made For iPhone” Game Controllers by Logitech and ClamCase

Sep 20

iOS 7 has only just released to the public, but the first lock screen vulnerability has already been found. The vulnerability allows access to a device‚Äôs photos, email, and social networking accounts without the need of a password. According to Jose Rodriguez, who provided a video of the bug to Forbes, a simple set of gestures gives unwarranted access to a device running iOS 7. » iOS 7 Lock Screen Vulnerability Gives Access to Photos & More

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