Jul 22


Maybe some of you already notices that the developer section on Apple’s website has been offline for a while for “maintenance”. However in an email to developers, Apple revealed that its Developer Center website was breached by unknown hackers and was taken offline last Thursday as a precaution. Apple notes that sensitive personal information was “encrypted and cannot be accessed” but that Apple’s engineers “could not rule out the possibility” that developer names, mailing addresses and email addresses may have been accessed. » Apple Developer Website Hacked: Developer Names & Addresses May Have Been Taken

Jul 20


Japanese magazine Weekly ASCII now shares some new closeup photos [Google translation, via Macotakara] of a yellow version of the alleged low/cost iPhone plastic rear shell, showing it in good detail while also placing it alongside an iPhone 5 for comparison. There is no confirmation that this rear shell is a genuine one leaked from Apple’s supply chain, but these parts are appearing in significant quantities standardized around a common design that is also consistent with long-running rumors of Apple’s plans for the device. » Closeup Photos Of Lower-Cost Plastic iPhone Rear Shell Compared To iPhone 5

Jul 20

Microsoft has released another anti-iPad commercial, this time focusing on the iPad’s lack of a USB port while highlighting the Surface RT’s keyboard and stand. The ad uses Siri’s voice to point out iPad’s shortcomings. » Microsoft Releases New Anti-iPad Ad Highlighting Surface Accessories

Jul 19

Polygon reports that Fox Digital Entertainment revealed a RPG based on the cult TV series Firefly, which will be released to iOS next summer. The game will have players recruiting a crew and leading missions, while trading goods with other players. Gamers will be able to customize their games and play with friends across both iOS and Android platforms. » Official “Firefly” Game Coming To iOS In 2014

Jul 17


Google has released a revamped version of its Maps app for iOS, adding support for the larger screen of the iPad, enhanced navigation features, and a new Explore feature. Google Maps 2.0 comes with live traffic updates and incident reports that offer details on current traffic conditions. It also offers indoor directions and maps for malls, airports, transit stations, and more. Unlike the Android version, it does not include on-the-fly rerouting,  but Google has said that it plans to add the feature in the future. » Redesigned Google Maps App with iPad Support & New Feature Available

Jul 17


AllThingsD, reports that  production ramp up of the next generation iPhone should begin around the end of this month, ahead of an expected fall introduction that could include a second, lower-cost version of the device. Jefferies analyst Peter Misek said “that iPhone production ramp-up will follow one that’s already under way for Apple’s long-rumored lower-cost iPhone, a device he figures the company will price somewhere between $300 and $400 — without a subsidy“. » iPhone 5S Production Will Reportedly Begin Later This Month

Jul 16

The studio film “Jobs” based on the life of Steve Jobs , will be released nationwide on August 16th. Ahead of its debut, actor Ashton Kutcher has taken to the Q&A site Quora to explain why he chose to take on the role of Steve Jobs. » Why Ashton Kutcher Chose To Play Steve Jobs

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