Jun 22


Today Apple sended an email to registered iOS and Mac developers to let them know that Apple has added 32 new territories to the App Store expanding the App Store’s reach to 155 total territories. The full list of the new countries can be seen above. » Apple Expanded The App Store To 32 New Countries Mostly In Africa, Europe & Asia

Jan 04

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Yesterday we already told you about the Lucky Bag New Year Celebration in Japan, today Apple informing customers in several of its Asian markets regarding this Fridays one-day shopping event in celebration of the Lunar New Year. The Red Friday is similar as Apple Black Friday, and will include a lot of discount shopping deals on a number of different items including Macs, iPads, and iPods, as well as accessories. » Red Friday Brings Deals For Asian Apple Customers This Friday

May 08

 The iPhone officially arrives in Italy within a year, presumably in June. It arrives with two more companions telephone operating in our country, Telecom Italia and Vodafone. The ads have arrived this morning almost simultaneously, but without many details. Telecom – giving news of the signing of the agreement with the house of Cupertino – is known that the cult mobile home Apple arrive “within a year”; Vofadone announced that sell – always within the year – the iPhone in 10 countries throughout the world in Australia, czech republic, Egypt, Greece, Italy, India, Portugal, New Zealand, South Africa and Turkey.The British mobile operator also explains that the equipment that will distribute work on its network. » iPhone in Italy, is now official ..

Mar 26

The following news just got posted on Macrumors.com.
Gartner analyst Ken Dulaney claims to have heard “from sources in Asia” that Apple has placed a 10 million unit order for 3G iPhones, according to an interview by the iPod Observer.
This order for 10 million 3G iPhones would reportedly be above and beyond the original 10 million Apple had planned to sell of the initial version of the iPhone in 2008.
» 3G iPhone coming in the next few months?