Mar 17


Apple added a new web campaign to their website called “Why You’ll Love an iPhone” and comes with all-new graphics, a new “Why iPhone” page, and an email promotion. The “Why iPhone” page shares a number of features and highlights of the iPhone such as Apple’s J.D. Power customer satisfaction awards, the iPhone’s design, Retina display, battery life, A6 chip, and more. » Why You’ll Love an iPhone: New Apple Web Campaign

Mar 16


Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities “who has a reliable track record in predicting Apple’s future product plans” got some new details about the low-cost iPhone. According to Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple’s new entry-level handset will have a 4-inch display, matching the size of the iPhone 5. The phone will also have a “super-thin plastic casing mixed with glass fiber”, between 0.4 and 0.6 millimeters thick, and will be available in 4-6 colors. » Lower-Cost iPhone: 4-Inch Display, Super-Thin Plastic and Fiberglass Shell In 4-6 Colors [rumor]

Mar 16


According to The Hollywood Reporter Ashton Kutcher’s Jobs has reportedly been delayed for an undetermined amount of time so distributors could have more time to market the movie. The film had a planned release of April 19 after it was screened at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. » Release of Ashton Kutcher’s “Jobs” Delayed

Mar 09


Digitimes reports that both Apple and Samsung are expected to introduce wireless charging solutions for their “flagship models” of smartphones in 2013. Qi inductive charging will be the technology used by Samsung for the Galaxy S IV, while Apple works on their own version of wireless charging. » Wireless Charging For iPhone & Samsung Devices Coming In 2013?

Mar 06


Google has just updated its Google Maps for iOS to version 1.1, marking the first update of the stand-alone version of Google Maps since the mid-December launch after Apple replaced Google with its own default mapping app in iOS 6. This update brings a view new features such as Google Contacts and Local Business Search. » Google Maps for iOS Receives First Update With Google Contacts Integration and Local Business Search

Mar 05


The Verge reports that Apple is planning for the “iWatch” to run a “full” version of iOS rather a simpler operating system such as that seen on the iPod nano. “Interestingly, we’re also told that Apple’s chosen to rework the full iOS to run on the watch instead of building up the iPod nano’s proprietary touch operating system — although the previous nano was already watch-sized and seemed like a great starting point for a watch, Apple’s betting on iOS across product lines.» Apple “iWatch” Will Run Full iOS & Arrive Later This Year, However Battery Life Is An Issue In Prototypes

Mar 05


Rene Ritchie at iMore confirms that the iPhone 5S will be unveiled in August. According to Rene Ritchie the iPhone 5S will improve the internals of the phone while leaving the outer casing untouched. iMore is also predicting a possible April launch date for the fifth generation iPad and the second generation iPad mini, which would be in line with the previous iPad 1,2 and 3 launch dates. » Next Generation iPads Due In April, iPhone 5S In August?

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