A new report though claims Apple spends even more on its iTunes service than we could every have imagined – a whopping $1.3 billion EACH YEAR!
We’re still seeing some of the 200 new features of iOS 5 being discovered now the first beta is in the hands of developers, and one such feature could be improved video quality from YouTube videos, according to iDB. Discovered by iDevice hackers @Chronic and @Sonny Dickson via internal iOS 5 settings, the new setting will enable high quality video playback through the … Read More
Steve Jobs has had a busy week, with the Apple CEO also attending a council meeting to present proposals for a new Apple campus in Cupertino.
It’s a crazy, crazy world we live in, so we’re not at all surprised to report that a Chinese teenager has sold one of his kidneys in order to fund the purchase of – and we’re not kidding you here – an iPad 2.
Cast your minds back to November of last year if you will. The year was nearing its end, the weather was cold and wet and the white iPhone 4 was still refusing to put in an appearance. It was this distinct lack of whiteness that caused more than a few enterprising individuals to start online business selling kits for converting plain old black iPhone 4s into the shiny new white ones we all lusted after. One such individual was Fei Lam from New York. The problem was Apple wasn’t so keen.
With all the buzz being that Apple will bring NFC to the iPhone during its next, inevitable revision we all pondered what a world would be like where we all paid for things just by waving our smartphones at a terminal. That future could well be a reality, but it’s not Apple that will be the first to market but rather its new arch rival – Google.
Apple today took the wraps off its updated Apple Stores just as expected, with the alterations coinciding with the 10th anniversary of the company’s foray into running its own retail stores (give or take a few days).
Spotify is one of Europe’s best kept secrets. Currently unavailable to the throngs of US based would-be users, Spotify is an online music streaming service complete with native applications for Mac and PC as well as mobile devices running iOS or Android. A Windows Phone 7 version of the Spotify client is also in the works.
Former Twitter co-founder and all-round nice guy Jack Dorsey’s latest company could be on the verge of announcing an exciting new partnership if we’re reading one of his Instagram postings correctly.
Yes yes, it is indeed true. We didn’t believe it at first either, but apparently AT&T have actually managed to get worse according to the Customer Satisfaction Index from the Associated Press. With AT&T now falling below fellow strugglers Sprint, the company joins T-Mobile at the bottom of the rankings. Not great news for those hoping the impending AT&T purchase of T-Mobile will … Read More
Apple recently released a new developer preview of its new version of Mac OS X which brings the operating system up to version number 10.7 – Lion. Along with plenty of new bells and whistles, Lion’s version of Safari features a new Reading List – a feature that allows users to save webpages for reading later, ala Instapaper.
Since the release of iOS 4.3.3 into the wild, Apple’s support forums have been lighting up with reports of WiFi connectivity issues for both iPhone and iPad users, reports RWW.
Apple’s huge successes with the iPad and iPhone have seen the company overtake Google as the top brand in a list of the top 100 in the world, according to the BrandZ 2011 rankings.
[rating: 3.5/5] Word games are a genre that’s been around for longer than most. With board games like Scrabble being popular for decades and their digital counterparts experiencing someone of a resurgence of late it’s a category in which it’s difficult for a new app to differentiate itself. Kalimat for iPhone not only manages to stand out in the crowd … Read More
According to a Touch Arcade forum post apps downloaded by using a promo code can no longer be left a review or rating in Apple’s App Store.