Apple Introduces iPhone 4S on 5 New Regional Carriers

Alaska Communications iPhone 4S plans

Apple’s iPhone 4S was introduced last October on the three main networks in the United States, AT&T, Verizon and Sprint. Verizon was added in 2010 with the iPhone 4 and Sprint was added with the latest iPhone refresh. Apple later expanded network coverage by bringing the 4S to regional carrier C-Spire which covers parts of Florida and Georgia, and has … Read More

Apple Airs iPhone 4S TV Ads Starring Samuel L. Jackson and Zooey Deschanel

iPhone 4S TV Ad Zooey Deschanel

Apple is not known for use of celebrities to endorse their products. Of course, there were a few promotions a number years back, with The Black Eyed Peas and popular band U2 promoting iTunes and the iPod. However, Apple has never done a celebrity advertisement that showed faces and instead focused mostly on silhouettes. Apple recently released two advertisements with … Read More

Apple Product Displays Begin Appearing in Walmart Stores

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Apple has been expanding their retail stores all over the world, with over 357 retail stores worldwide with plans to build a number of others in China and the United States. Now, Apple is expanding their retail efforts by setting up new product displays in Walmart stores around the country. Although Best Buy has had smaller Apple product displays in … Read More

Apple Releases Trojan Flashback Removal Tool For OS X Lion Without Java

Apple Releases Trojan Flashback Removal Tool For OS X Lion Without Java

In recent weeks, a plague has overtaken the Mac OS X operating system, called the Trojan Flashback. The Flashback malware allows hackers access to personal information of Mac users, by extracting the info via a security hole in Java as well as other recent social engineering methods. With Java being the main culprit here, Apple has made a quick and … Read More

Android and iPhone Alone Make Up Majority of U.S Smartphone Market

Android iPhone Market Share

According to the latest Nielsen report, Android and iPhone make up majority of the U.S smartphone market. Both Android phones and iPhone did not exist or were not popular about 5 years ago, and were introduced into a Nokia and Blackberry dominated market. Since then Google and Apple have become fierce competitors and the data proves that they are in … Read More

Apple Investigating iPad 3 WiFi Issues, Giving Replacements

iPad 3 WiFi Issue Replacement

According to an internal AppleCare document, Apple is now investigating reports of WiFi issues on the new iPad 3. Since its introduction and release only a few weeks ago, many users have been complaining about WiFi issues from connection drops, slow download and upload speeds to the iPad being unable to pick up local WiFi networks. A recent thread in … Read More

Facebook Buys Instagram for $1 Billion

Facebook Buys Instagram

Facebook, one of the world’s leading social media websites has moved ahead with plans to solidify their efforts in the editing and distribution of photos by purchasing photography app, Instagram. Instagram, a popular iPhone app, recently added to Android as well was introduced in 2010 for iPhone, and has since grown to include over 30 million registered accounts. Facebook announced … Read More

FAA To Increase Usage of Apple’s iPad and Create Own App Store

iPad in Cockpit

The FAA issued iPads for pilots to use as replacements for paper charts and has received positive feedback from pilots and other flight crew suggesting that it is a viable replacement. Now, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is planning to expand the usage of the iPad during flights and even for its employees. The administration is also planning to create … Read More

Apple’s iAd Now Offering 70% Revenue Share to Developers

Apple iAd

Earlier this year, in February, Apple promised its iAd developers that they would increase their payouts later on in the year. This would give the developers who use the iAd service a 10% increase from the current 60% of total earnings. Apple’s decision to raise the payouts isn’t all that surprising, when considering that Apple currently pays its iOS app … Read More

Sprint Could Offer 4G LTE iPhone 5 Says Sprint’s CFO

Sprint Could Offer iPhone 5 4G LTE

It has been officially confirmed that Sprint would be able to offer 4G LTE iPhone 5, that is, if Apple releases one during the expected Fall timeframe. Sprint’s ability to operate Apple’s 4G LTE iPad 3 came into question when the Cupertino company only released a 4G LTE iPad on Verizon and AT&T. Currently, Sprint does not have a widespread … Read More

Apple’s iOS to Add Support for Baidu Search?

Baidu iPhone China

Google and Apple have been in competition in the mobile space for quite some time and the tension between the companies seems to just keep increasing. Apple and Google compete fiercely over the smartphone and tablet market share. Apple still relies on Google’s Maps technology to provide iPhone users with directions and map data, as well as search feature in the … Read More

Apple Responds to Complaints of New iPad 3 Overheating

The New iPad

Many users of the New iPad 3 have complained that their new device often overheats after long usage. The iPad 3 heating up is expected by some to be a result of the higher resolution display and the faster processor. Although some users have reported only a small amount of heat, others have reported that they could not hold their devices … Read More

iPhone 5 to be Released this Fall with LTE, 3.5 inch screen?

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Apple released the New iPad 3 about a week ago and new rumors about iPhone 5 continue to surface on the web. On Friday, a report from iMore suggested that Apple’s next generation iPhone 5 is expected to release this Fall and will include LTE, as expected and retain the same 3.5 inch screen. A number of sources have suggested … Read More

iTunes Movie Trailers and NetFlix App Updated for New iPad 3 Retina Display

iTunes Movie Trailer Netflix Apps Updated iPad retina Display

With Apple’s New iPad 3 sporting a Retina Display and most developers updating their apps to accommodate the higher resolution screen, it was only a matter of time before major apps such as the Netflix app and Apple’s own apps got the upgrade to Retina Display quality. Apple has approved the update for the Netflix application which will now utilize … Read More