Fully Assembled iPhone 5 Front Panel and Screen Photos Leaked

iPhone 5 front panel

Apple’s next generation iPhone 5 is expected to be released next month, likely the 21st. However, over the past several months, a number of images and reports online have revealed parts of of the next generation iPhone, leading to speculation about the device’s features. Most recently, repair site UBreakiFix leaked … Read the Full Story →

AT&T to Allow FaceTime Over Cellular in iOS 6 for Mobile Share Customers

FaceTime iOS 6 Cellular

With the introduction of iOS 6, Apple introduced FaceTime over Cellular, allowing users to use their 3G or 4G LTE data network on their iPhone or iPad to video chat over FaceTime. With Apple doing their part to please customers, the rest is now left in the hands of the … Read the Full Story →

Apple’s New TV Ad – All On iPad

All on iPad TV Ad - Apple

Apple recently released yet another iPad advertisement, and appears to be using the same strategy in all ads for the new iPad. The advertisement shows an iPad in use against a pure white background, as in all Apple ads. As the user runs through different features such as Twitter, iBooks, … Read the Full Story →

iPhone 5 Mini Dock Connector Photos Surface Online

iPhone5 Mag safe like connector

Rumors that Apple was looking to introduce a smaller dock connector in the next generation iPhone 5 have been around on the web for several months now. However, in the last several weeks, numerous leaked images of the iPhone 5 enclosure suggest that a smaller dock connector and charger will … Read the Full Story →

iOS 6 Beta 4 Available for Download, Removes Native YouTube App

iOS 6 beta 4

Apple recently released iOS 6 Beta 4 to developers, adding several new features in settings and to existing apps. Following the release, the developer community began to notice a major change in the update, noting that the dedicated YouTube app on iOS was no longer included. The YouTube app has … Read the Full Story →

iPhone 5 Release Date Event to be Held on September 12th?

iPhone 5 Release Date Mockup Photo

Apple’s next generation iPhone 5 has been rumored to be released this fall, more specifically during the September/ October timeframe. On Monday, iMore reported that September 12th was likely the day of announcement for the release date of iPhone 5, and perhaps even an iPad Mini and new 5th gen … Read the Full Story →

iPhone 5 Fully Assembled Hardware Photos Leaked?

iPhone 5 hardware leaked

Apple’s next generation iPhone 5 has been the target of intense speculation over the past several months, however no solid evidence that an iPhone 5 even existed was available. But, over the past several weeks, parts of what appears to be a next gen iPhone 5 have appeared in images … Read the Full Story →

Apple Airs Three Genius Mac TV Ads During Olympic Games Opening Ceremony

Apple Mac Genius TV Ad

Apple often airs ads for its products during major award shows and sports events, and continued the tradition during the London 2012 Olympic Games opening ceremony by airing a series of 3 ads. However, these ads were not for the popular iPhone 4S, or the Siri personal assistant, but for … Read the Full Story →

OS X Mountain Lion Accounts for 3% of Total Mac Traffic

OS X Mountain Lion Share

On Friday, AllThingsD reported on new statistics about the widespread use of Apple’s newest OS X update, Mountain Lion. The report mentioned that roughly 48 hours after the public release of OS X Mountain Lion, about 3% of total web traffic is coming from the latest Mac software. Analytics firm … Read the Full Story →

OS X Mountain Lion Now Available in Mac App Store

OS X Mountain Lion

Apple’s next version of OS X, 10.8 was released on Wednesday, adding over 200 new user features and bridging the gap between iOS and OS X. OS X Mountain Lion brought in a number of new features, but some of the more interesting and useful ones to note includes Messages, … Read the Full Story →

Apple’s iOS 6 Beta 3 Brings iCloud.com Email Addresses

iCloud icon

Apple recently released iOS 6 beta 3 and alongside it also introduced iCloud.com email addresses for accounts currently using iCloud. Currently any users who have a email account with Apple under iCloud still have the me.com suffix on their email address. Apple discontinued MobileMe, the cloud service prior to iCloud … Read the Full Story →

Apple Now Accepting OS X Mountain Lion Apps for Mac App Store

os x mountain Lion

On Monday, Apple seeded the Golden Master (GM) version of OS X Mountain Lion to developers and is now accepting app submissions for the Mac App Store. The apps are to be tailored for OS X Mountain Lion and will ensure that both new and old apps run seamlessly on … Read the Full Story →

iOS 6 Adds Turn by Turn Navigation, Real Time Traffic and 3D Maps

iOS 6 Maps 3D flyover

During Apple’s WWDC keynote event on Monday, the company introduced iOS 6 with a redesigned Maps application, built entirely from the ground up. Rumors that Apple was looking to abandon its reliance on Google’s Map data for its Maps app were around for quite some time, and now it has … Read the Full Story →

iOS 6 – Siri Updated to Launch Apps, Does More and Runs on New iPad

iOS 6 Siri movies

Apple introduced Siri with the introduction of the iPhone 4S last October. During the company’s WWDC keynote event, SVP of iOS Software Scott Forstall took the stage to announce new updates to the personal assistant, Siri, to be included in iOS 6. The software update includes improved features such as … Read the Full Story →

Virgin Mobile USA to Begin Offering iPhone 4S on June 29

Virgin Mobile USA iPhone 4S

Just a year ago, the only carriers in the United States offering the iPhone were AT&T and Verizon. Since then, three major carriers have picked up the iPhone including Sprint, as well as a number of smaller regional carriers, such as C-Spire and Alaska Communications. On Thursday, Virgin Mobile announced … Read the Full Story →