Oct 07


After every new iPhone launch people start creating unnecessary expensive iPhone Cases or tweaked iPhones such as the iPhone 4 Diamond Edition or the 40.000 pound iPhone 4 “History Edition”. This time is no different. Gold & Co. introduces the first 24-Karat gold plated iPhone 5s, which will set you back 4380 USD upon release in the coming weeks. » Gold & Co. Introduces 24 Karat Gold & Rose Gold Plated iPhone 5

Oct 06


Last week we wrote that WindSolutions announced the launch of CopyTrans Contacts for easily managing your iPhone, iPod and iPad contacts without iTunes. Since yesterday I started using it and I have to say i am very pleased. It is plain, fast and easy to use. All you have to do is connect your iDevice to your PC and CopyTrans Contacts will quickly take charge of your iOS address book, enabling users to import or export, organize, and edit their contacts. Take a look after the break where I will show you how to use CopyTrans Contacts and why this easy to use tool should be added to your favorite apps. » CopyTrans Contacts: Easily Manage Your iDevice Contacts Without iTunes

Oct 06


Just one week after Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote a letter, in which he promised that Apple “will keep working non-stop” until the iOS 6 Maps app meets customers’ standards for quality, users are starting to see improvements. MacRumors reports, it appears to be that a larger set of additions to the 3D content in the Apple Maps app has been added. » Apple’s Maps App Showing Signs Of Improvement

Oct 06


Last month Apple introduced the fifth-generation iPod Touch and started taking pre-orders for the device, availability was set for a rather vague “October” timeframe. After multiple reports from people who pre-ordered the device, it looks like Apple is preparing to ship the first iPod Touch and iPod Nano devices. Multiple pre-order customer started noticing that their order status has been changed to “Preparing for Shipment” and one customer has reported that his credit card has also been charged. » Apple Preparing To Send Fifth-Generation iPod Touch To Customers

Oct 06


Last year, when Apple closed the pay-service MobileMe and replaced it with the free iCloud, Apple gave an additional 25GB of storage to former MobileMe users as a thank you. This “gift” was supposed to expire in September this year. But now Apple wrote that they will continue offering complimentary storage for an additional year “As a thank you to our former MobileMe members who moved to iCloud, we have extended the complimentary storage upgrade they received until September 30, 2013. This extension applies to accounts moved to iCloud between October 12th, 2011 and August 1st, 2012.» Extended Complimentary iCloud Storage For Former MobileMe Members

Oct 06


One year ago Steve Jobs passed away, now on the one-year anniversary of Steve’s death Apple pple has posted a new remembrance on its website. When you go to Apple.com a nearly two-minute inspiring photo slideshow about Steve Jobs will launch which includes some of his famous audio clips. The video is followed by a letter of remembrance from Apple CEO Tim Cook. » Remembering Steve: One-Year Anniversary of Steve Jobs’ Death

Oct 05


A Wall Street analyst told investors that suppliers are frustrated by Apple’s specifications for the 7.85-inch tablet. According to Brian White of Topeka Capital Markets, building the smaller iPad design to respond to rival 7-inch tablets powered by Google’s Android operating system is no walk in the park for suppliers. However, the new iPad will “blow away what competitors are offering in this smaller form-factor tablet market,” he writes. » iPad Mini Suppliers “Frustrated” By Apple’s Product Requirements

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