Jul 24

Apple is one of the biggest companies in the world, due to the popularity of the iPad, iPhone and Macbook. Sales of the iPad and iPhone make up 75% of Apples revenue, and apple has a very impressive profit margin. Check out after the break to find the infographic. » Apple By The Numbers [Infographic]

Jul 19


Revealed in court filings (which were first noticed by NetworkWorld) is a prototype/mock up (“035”) for an Apple tablet created between 2002 and 2004 — years before the iPad came out. It still looks like an iPad, but crossed with an old iBook. And man oh man it is HUGE. Here it is in full color for the first time. Check out after the break to find more pictures. » The iPad Prototype Was Gigantic [Pictures]

Jul 17


A view days ago we wrote about a Russian hacker that released a tool for bypassing Apple’s In App Purchase mechanism, which made it possible to obtaining in-app purchases from iOS apps for free. Now TheNextWeb reported that Apple is fighting back and began blocking the IP address of the server used by Russian hacker Alexey V. Borodin to authenticate purchases. » Apple Fighting Back Against In App Purchase Hack

Jul 13

9to5mac noted that a Russian developer has published a method of obtaining in-app purchases from iOS apps for free. “First noticed by Russian blog i-ekb.ru, the “in-app proxy”method does not require a jailbreak, can be completed by novices in three steps using just an iOS device, and allows users to install in-app content for free.” The Russian developer ZonD80 uploaded a video “check above” on YouTube where you can see a demonstration of the hack. » Russian Hacker Released Tool for Bypassing Apple’s In App Purchase Mechanism

Jul 06


Federico Ciccarese has done many iPhone and Apple product design mockups in the past, and today he gave us his take on Apple’s rumored wearable, curved-glass iOS device. “In December, The New York Times reported a small group of people at Apple had been “conceptualizing and even prototyping some wearable devices.” One concept described in the report was a curved-glass iPod that would wrap around the wrist.» Apple’s Rumored Curved-Glass Wrist Mocked Up

Jul 06


Bloomberg reported that Amazon is currently working with Foxconn on a new smartphone product, one that would compete head-to-head with the iPhone and Android devices.

A smartphone would give Amazon a wider range of low-priced hardware devices that bolster its strategy of making money from digital books, songs and movies. It would help Chief Executive Officer Jeff Bezos — who made a foray into tablets with the Kindle Fire — carve out a slice of the market for advanced wireless handsets.

» Amazon Planning to Take on Apple in Smartphone Market

Jul 05


Apple just got awarded a new patent that may become the wearable version of the iPad one day: eyeglasses that would display apps, video, images, and overlay information on the world around you in realtime. Like Google’s thingamajig, Apple’s eyeglasses would project all this information directly into the user’s eyes using LCD projectors. » Apple Got Awarded A New Patent For Wearable Computing Devices

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