Hackers Fire Back at AT&T and Apple

The hacker group that recently exposed information about iPad 3G owners has fired back at AT&T’s response to their endeavors. Objecting to the characterization of their intent as malicious, the Goatse Security group published a blog post today. While AT&T painted them as some sort of evil coven bent on … Read the Full Story →

FTC to Investigate Apple

Since the war between Apple and Google really started to heat up when Apple rejected the Google Voice iPhone app, the threat of Federal Trade Commission (FTC) or Department of Justice investigations has loomed over Cupertino. There has been a lot of talk in industry circles in the last year … Read the Full Story →

Apple set to release an iPhone Retail Store app

AppleInsider are reporting that Apple is set to launch an iPhone App Store app tomorrow (Tuesday) that will allow iPhone users to make Genius bar appointments, as well as pre-order the new iPhone 4. It will also offer location awareness features so that you can find your closest Apple Retailer, … Read the Full Story →

US regulators considering investigation into Apple’s mobile advertising policy

Earlier today we reported that Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) had amended its iPhone Developer Agreement, specifically clause 3.3.9 related to advertising networks. The amendment was written in such a way that it allowed Steve Jobs to make good on a promise he made at D8 to open up the SDK for third parties to … Read the Full Story →

Apple relaxes iPhone Advertising Restrictions. Locks AdMob out

At D8 last week Steve Jobs offered a rather weak argument for why Apple had changed clause 3.3.9 in its iPhone Developer Agreement. The changes appeared to ban third parties from collecting analytical data from apps running on customer’s iPhones. And, if you remember, caused some consternation when first reported, … Read the Full Story →

iPhone 4 Unveiled, What’s Next for Apple?

While Monday’s keynote may have given everyone in Cupertino a small moment of pause to appreciate their creation, Tuesday morning they were back at work on Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) next products. If Apple sticks to their usual release schedule, the next event we can look forward to is an iPod announcement some … Read the Full Story →

What Really Makes The Apple iPhone 4 Exciting?

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The iPhone 4 is certainly much more than I expected it to be. I was hopeful of an even higher resolution screen than we got. But other than that I was simply anticipating what most other people were expecting. Smaller, faster, neater, video calls, and a stills camera with flash. … Read the Full Story →

Safari 5 now available for download through Software Update

We recently reported on rumors which suggested that Apple will introduce Safari 5 during the WWDC, Apple chose to focus on iPhone 4 and iOS 4 announcements today however, Safari 5 is now available for download through software update. This update contains new features including: Safari Reader: Click on the new Reader … Read the Full Story →

WWDC 2010 Keynote All-in-one Live Feed. New iPhone 4G / HD Event

Steve Jobs will kick off the WWDC 2010 with a live keynote presentation today at the Moscone Center in less than 10 minutes. Apple is widely rumored to announce the new iPhone 4G / HD, demo iPhone OS 4 features and introduce iTunes streaming. The latest leak we recently reported … Read the Full Story →

WWDC Debut for Magic Trackpad?

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Engadget broke an exclusive this morning detailing a reputed new input device from Apple. Dubbed the Magic Trackpad or Magic Slate, this new device offers Bluetooth connectivity in a form factor reminiscent of the Apple Wireless Keyboard. According to reports, the trackpad provides multitouch, finger-based inputs to devices that otherwise … Read the Full Story →

WWDC 2010 New iPhone Keynote Event: Sure Things and Long Shots

WWDC 2010

The day has finally arrived. At 10AM PST Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) chief Steve Jobs will go on stage in San Francisco to officially introduce us all to the new iPhone 4G / HD. Months of endless speculation, rumors, gadget blog wars, and police raids have led to this moment. While much of … Read the Full Story →

Back to the Future With iPhone OS Web Apps?

The iPhone was introduced to the world almost three years ago to the day. When Steve Jobs stepped on stage June 9, 2007 at that year’s WWDC keynote, he brought with him the smartphone that would revolutionize an industry. At the time Jobs was insistent the iPhone would only support … Read the Full Story →

Apple publishes “HTML5 Showcase”

Apple HTML5

Apple has updated their website with a new page to promote and educate users about HTML5 and web standards. The showcase features 7 demos which prove that Safari for Mac, Windows and iPhone OS support the capabilities of HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript. These web standards are open, reliable, highly secure, and efficient. They allow web designers … Read the Full Story →

Apple to offer free MobileMe services?

Free MobileMe

Last month we reported that Apple’s MobileMe service could soon be free and today some MobileMe users are reporting a change in their ‘Account Type’. If you are a MobileMe user you might notice a change in your preference panel under account status tab. The account status now says ‘Full Member’ which suggests … Read the Full Story →