iPhone 5 to be ‘Thinner and Lighter’ Available Third Quarter?

The Wall Street Journal recently reported that Apple might be preparing for a “Thinner and Lighter” iPhone, rumored to be called iPhone 5 / 4S. The next gen iPhone is believed to be pegged for a third quarter launch and the company will have a production target of 25 million … Read the Full Story →

Google+ App for iPhone and iPad Coming Soon to Apple’s App Store

Touch Reviews GooglePlus

Google employee Erica Joy recently revealed that Google has officially submitted the Google+ application to Apple’s App Store and is awaiting approval. Joy also went on to mention that the app will be available for both, iPhone and iPad. For my iPhone using friends: the Google+ iPhone app has been … Read the Full Story →

Booting Mac OS X Lion GM Seed Reveals ‘Scrolling in Lion’, No Welcome Video

Mac OS X Lion Welcome Video Scrolling

Apple on Friday released ‘Mac OS X Lion’ GM seed to developers and a new boot screen has been revealed which features “Scrolling in Lion” that explains new gestures for Apple’s Magic Trackpad and Magic Mouse. After the initial setup the software no longer plays the Welcome video which used … Read the Full Story →

Teardown of Apple’s Thunderbolt Cable Reveals New Details

Apple Thunderbolt Cable Firmware

A teardown of Apple’s Thunderbolt cable from iFixIt revealed why Apple placed a hefty pricetag of $50 on the cable. Usually, Apple’s cables range anywhere from $19 to $29 and are on the cheaper end of price, but the latest creation, the Thunderbolt cable is much more than meets the eye. … Read the Full Story →

Google’s Swiffy makes Flash files HTML5 friendly

Google Swiffy Convert Flash to HTML5

Google recently introduced Swiffy, a service that converts .SWF Flash files into HTML5 compatible with devices like the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Swiffy is part of the Google Labs suite of services that has the potential to become a major part of Google’s media integration in its desktop and … Read the Full Story →

Apple Releases New ‘Thunderbolt cable’, $1500 RAID Systems

Apple Thunderbolt Cable

Apple on Tuesday released a Thunderbolt cable for faster data transfers and the latest addition to Apple’s online store will cost you $49. The Thunderbolt cable measures 2 meters and supports the next-generation data port found on Apple’s latest iMacs and MacBook Pros. The cable can also be used in … Read the Full Story →

Apple Issuing Refunds for ‘Final Cut Pro X’

final cut pro x Mac App Refund

Apple has begun issuing refunds on it’s Final Cut Pro X software bundle which is currently available in the Mac App Store according to EOSHD.com. Coming close on the heels of reports about the company offering 7 days trial in the Taiwan App Store, Apple is beginning to issue refunds … Read the Full Story →

‘MacBook Air’ Stocks Run Low Ahead of Refresh?

MacBook Air Best Buy

BestBuy.com has stopped shipping ‘Macbook Air’ to customers in anticipation of a refresh. The web is abuzz with news of potential refreshes to the Macbook Air line and what would be introduced in the latest iteration of Apple’s popular computer. 9to5Mac speculates that Best Buy is limiting sales of Macbook … Read the Full Story →

‘iOS 5 Beta 2′ Now Available for Developers to Download

iOS 5 Beta 2

Apple on Friday released iOS 5 Beta 2 for developers, as discovered by ItsAllTech . The latest beta release brings WiFi sync to the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. WiFi Sync was one of the features toted at Apple’s WWDC event, and allows iOS 5 users to sync their devices to … Read the Full Story →