Apple App Store Director Sells Fart, Wee & Poop Apps

Brian X. Chen over at Wired has done another piece of excellent snooping and followed a trail of evidence to uncover some awkward truths about Apple’s own director of applications technology, Philip Shoemaker. Shoemaker has a whole host of iPhone Apps that he sells under his company name Gray Noodle … Read the Full Story →

Apple (AAPL) Moves iWallet Plans Forward

Near Field Communications (NFC) allows the transmission of data between devices over short ranges. It is perfect for consumer financial and data transitions. And Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) very obviously intend that this kind of transaction will be able to be carried out from our iPhones in future. One of NFC’s leading lights, … Read the Full Story →

Apple in Patent suit over iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch Functionality

Every few weeks a Patent troll will pop up and go after large technology companies with dubious patent claims in what is generally seen as a cash grab. This week is no exception. VirnetX has filed a patent infringement suit against several companies, including Apple. The specific patents that VirnetX … Read the Full Story →

Apple’s iAd now allow in-app downloads

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During WWDC 2010 Apple introduced its mobile ad network for iOS devices called iAd. According to Steve Jobs the new interactive ad network for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad would provide developers an additional source of income and enable them to develop more free apps by integrating iAds. The initial … Read the Full Story →

Apple Executive Leaves In Wake of iPhone 4 AntennaGate

It was only going to be a matter of time before someone would get the axe due to the antenna issues that plagued the iPhone 4. That someone is Mark Papermaster, Apple’s senior vice president of iPhone and iPod hardware engineering. Apple announced today that Mr. Papermaster will be leaving … Read the Full Story →

Apple Quietly Launches the iTunes Cloud.. Kind of…

If you are a member of MobileMe you may have noticed that you can now upload mp3 files to your iDisk and play them from there. Apple updated their MobileMe app in early July, and included in the update was a revision to the MobileMe service which adds the ability … Read the Full Story →

Apple iTunes Cloud Service Roll Out To Be Limited At First

Sources that are speaking to cnet news are giving the impression that Apple’s cloud music service, which is supposed to be a marriage of Lala and iTunes, is not any where near ready. And that when it does roll out it may be limited in scope, and more movie centric than … Read the Full Story →

French Carrier SFR advises users to avoid iOS 4 for iPhone 3G

iPhone 3G users who were tempted to upgrade to iOS 4 in order to use folders, Bing search, better mail, iBooks and other improvements in the latest operating system for iPhone are now wishing they hadn’t upgraded their device. We recently reported that iPhone 3G running iOS 4 becomes slow and … Read the Full Story →

Apple’s iPhone 4 Gets Glowing Review From Australian Publication

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The iPhone 4 “antennagate” issue might have been exaggerated by the media according to Steve Jobs, during the press conference the data provided by Apple suggested that very few customers were experiencing any reception or antenna issues. When you hold the iPhone 4 in a way which grips the antenna then you might lose signal … Read the Full Story →

Apple (AAPL) Ships More Phones than Motorola For 2nd Quarter Running

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For the second quarter in a row Motorola reported shipping less mobile phones than Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL). To give you an idea of how the smart phone industry has been turned on its head since the arrival of Apple, Silicon Alley Insider have produced some great statistics. In Q2 2007, for instance … Read the Full Story →

Apple Investigating iPhone 3G slow performance after iOS 4 Upgrade

iPhone 3G users have been complaining about slow performance after upgrading to Apple’s iOS 4. The second gen iPhone reportedly becomes slow and the battery drains faster than before after the upgrade. WSJ today published a news story where they reported that an Apple spokeswoman confirmed that they are aware of … Read the Full Story →

Apple (AAPL) and Publishers Disagree over iPad Subscriptions

Time Inc. attempted to submit a subscription version of their iPad “Sports Illustrated” app to Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) App Store last week. Only to have it rejected by Apple. Who, for some reason, find the idea of digital magazine subscriptions unattractive to their current business model. Time’s reason for attempting this strategy … Read the Full Story →

White iPhone 4 Delayed Due to Light Leakage?

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Apple recently issued a press release where they announced that White color models of the new iPhone 4 have “proven more challenging to manufacture than expected” The media has been trying to figure out the cause behind the delay and last week Engadget reported that according to Chinese newspaper 21st … Read the Full Story →

iPhone 4 Free Bumper Cases Now Shipping

I ordered my free iPhone 4 Bumper on Saturday, using the iPhone 4 case program app we reported on just at the start of the weekend. I ordered mine purely in the interests of journalism, and not because I need one! But don’t tell Apple! This afternoon I got a … Read the Full Story →