Pixar Dedicates Its Main Campus Building To Late CEO Steve Jobs

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Pixar, one of the largest and most popular filmmakers in the world is honoring one of the world’s most popular CEOs, Steve Jobs. The Emeryville, California based computer animation film studio is naming their main campus building after Jobs, calling it the “The Steve Jobs Building”. Pixar’s blog, The Pixar Times notes that the building is one of the main … Read More

iOS 6.1 to Bring Movie Ticket Purchases to Siri

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Apple released an iOS 6.1 beta to developers recently, and features that are expected to be in the new update are now being shown off online. One of these new features in iOS 6.1 is the ability to purchase movie tickets through Siri. Apple is bringing movie ticket purchases to Siri, allowing users to simply tell Siri to book them … Read More

Apple Begins Selling Lightning to Micro USB Adapter in the United States

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Apple is now selling a new adapter for charging the iPhone 5 and other iOS devices that use the new Lightning connector. Previously, Apple sold the Lightning to 30-pin dock connector, allowing users of the older generations of the iPhone to use their existing chargers and accessories on their new devices. The latest adapter, Lightning to Micro USB allows any … Read More

Apple Inc. (AAPL) Sells 3 Million iPads in Three Days

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Apple Inc. (AAPL) began selling its new iPad mini and the 4th generation iPad just last week and has already sold a record three million iPads in three days. According to Apple, this number is double the previous first weekend record of 1.5 million Wi-Fi models sold for the third generation iPad this past March. Apple noted in the press … Read More

Apple Loses Court Battle Over ‘iPhone’ Name in Mexico

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On Friday, Apple Inc., lost a court battle over the ‘iPhone’ name in Mexico against a telecommunications company that has a trademark on the name iFone. The company believes that Apple’s ‘iPhone’ name is similiar sounding enough to their own that it calls for Apple to discontinue use of the name. With loss of the name, Apple may likely need … Read More

Apple’s iPad Mini Sells Out in 2 Hours At Fifth Ave Retail Store

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On Friday, Apple’s iPad mini and 4th generation iPad went on sale, and lines were shorter than other product launches. However, other retail locations experienced heavier traffic than usual and although hurricane Sandy prevented some customers from coming out to buy an iPad mini, Apple’s Fifth Ave Retail store sold out of iPad minis within two hours of going on … Read More

Apple Expected to Sell 1.5M iPad mini in the First Weekend

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Apple’s iPad mini is expected to be a big hit in the coming days and months. In a report from AppleInsider, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster mentioned that he believes Apple will sell about 1.5 million iPad mini in the first weekend of sales. The iPad mini goes on sale today, and will sell through the weekend, despite hurricane Sandy … Read More

iPad mini Shipping with Same 5 Watt Charger As iPhone

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Since the announcement of the iPad mini, speculation surrounding the wattage of the charger has appeared online. Many users who pre-ordered the iPad mini were unsure as to whether Apple would be shipping the same 5 watt charger included with the iPhone, or if a 12 watt charger from a full sized iPad would ship with the thinner and lighter … Read More

Apple Seeds iOS 6.1 Beta to Developers

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Apple released iOS 6 to the public on September 19th and since then has not released an update to the popular mobile software, currently operating on the full sized iPad, new iPad mini, iPhone, and iPod Touch. On Thursday, Apple seeded iOS 6.1 beta to developers with a number of new features, including features allowing developers to integrate iOS Maps … Read More

Apple Collecting Donations on iTunes for Relief Efforts

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Over 30 retail stores on the East Coast of America, including 4 Apple Stores in NYC shut down earlier this week because of Hurricane Sandy, which swept across the NorthEast region and knocked out power to much of Lower Manhattan and uprooted trees and even the roofs of houses. Apple’s 14th Street location in Manhattan, pictured above, is one of … Read More