According to 9to5Mac and an article from Redebomdia, manufacturing giant Foxconn could get getting ready to open a new plant in Brazil
When Apple announced the iPad 2 earlier this month, Steve Jobs presented a slide showing all the countries set to get iPad 2s on March 25th. The Czech Republic was one of those countries, and all was well. Until today.
You know the drill folks. A new object of tech-lust gets released and the guys over at Blendtec get their hands on one. What happens next, may bring a tear to your eye.
Steve Jobs gets blamed for a lot of things by a lot of people, with my better half blaming Jobs for my constant buying shiny toys for example. Now though legendary rocker Bon Jovi has slammed the Apple co-founder for ‘killing the music business’.
So yesterday’s iPad two announcement was full of the usual self-congratulatory rubbish hype that we’ve come to expect from Apple, but this time CEO Steve Jobs and team went a little further.
It’s been quite some time since the first iOS 4.3 beta was made available to eager testers, and many expected the Golden Master (the version right before official release when the software is feature-complete) the have arrived by now. According to BGR though, the wait might be almost over.
Apple’s shareholder meetings are always great for finding out little bits of interesting information, and the one that took place today was no exception. According to attendees AppleInsider, Apple informed shareholders that the new data center the company recently finished construction on in North Carolina will support both iTunes and MobileMe services.
Leaked retail box photos of what appears to be the next MacBook Pro line shows mention of a new FaceTime HD feature which obviously points toward a new 720p offering of Apple’s not-so-popular video chat protocol.
When people first got their hands on the iOS 4.3 betas, and indeed the Verizon iPhone one of the main feature additions was the new Wireless Mobile Hotspot. Enabling users to share their iPhone’s 3G signal over WiFi just like a MiFI was a feature that Android fans had been enjoying for a long time, and it was a welcome addition to iOS.
With the mobile software market constantly growing, it’s becoming clear that Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android are becoming the dominant forces in the market, with Nokia’s Ovi Store and RIM’s BlackBerry App World coming up the rear.
According to a recent job posting by Apple, the Cupertino outfit could be working on a new television, reports 9-5Mac.
It’s awards time at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and Apple’s iPhone 4 has managed to win the coveted ‘Best Mobile Device’ award – without the Cupertino outfit even attending.
With Verizon getting its hands on the iPhone 4 this month, AT&T have been scrambling to keep their existing customers by offering more data, free micro-cells and giving away their first born children. Clearly not convinced that’s going to work, the 2nd largest carrier in the United States is now trying a new approach – offering a cheap iPhone. Now … Read More
Amazon’s iOS Kindle app finally has parity with the Kindle hardware after its recent update, thanks to the new addition of real page numbers as reported by MacStories.
With News Corp’s The Daily users receiving a free trial, we all assumed the trial was partly down to the fact Apple’s subscription service wasn’t yet live, and that wouldn’t change until iOS 4.3 was made available. The trial should close on February 16th, but as TUAW is reporting it appears users are now seeing the date being pushed back … Read More