According to a recent report from StorageNewsletter.com, Apple has ordered 12,000 terabytes (12 petabyes) of storage from Isilon Systems for hosting video content on the iTunes Store. The deal was said to “probably” make Apple Isulon’s largest customer, and could indicate that plans for a digital locker service to store media and content in the cloud is coming together nicely, … Read More
It’s already well known that Apple’s iPad 2 is a huge hit for the Cupertino company, and a recent report that cites sources in the Apple supply chain has revealed that the company received between 2.4 million and 2.6 million units from suppliers during the month of March alone. It’s not like these devices are sat in a warehouse waiting … Read More
A recent Toyota advertising campaign hit the headlines a couple of days ago, after the car giant released a theme for the iPhone publicizing its Scion car through the jailbreak application Cydia. Toyota’s deal with Cydia was short-lived, however, after a request from Apple saw the theme removed from the ModMyI repository. The theme was available from Cydia since February, … Read More
The word on the street of late has been the Apple’s next iPhone might not be putting in an appearance this year at all with a release pencilled in for early 2012. New reports coming out of Korea however point to a release as early as the end of June.
In news that can only be described as odd, 9to5Mac claims that the iPhone 5 could come complete with an 8 megapixel camera manufactured by Japanese giant Sony.
A new iPad 2 commercial recently launched by Apple entitled ‘We Believe’ focuses on the user experience of the device rather than its technical specifications, which is what makes the device such a success and gives Apple’s tablet a huge advantage over its rivals. Apple’s description of the video on YouTube reads: “Introducing iPad 2. It’s everything we believe technology … Read More
According to new numbers coming out of ABI Research today, approximately 302 million smart phones shipped last year worldwide, with sales up 71% in 2010 when compared to 2009.
Analysts like to analyse, and Ticonderoga Securities’ Brian White is no different. In an article on AppleInsider White says Apple’s huge success with the iPad 2 is helping its manufacturing partners show equally stellar results.
Interesting news coming out of eBay today, with the auction site releasing information on just how many iPad 2s have been sold through the service, and where they have been shipped to.
An Apple patent application revealed by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office this week, and first reported by AppleInsider, has confirmed that the Cupertino company is currently experimenting with a 3D camera for the iPhone. The patent is entitled “Systems and Methods for an Imaging System Using Multiple Image Sensors,” and uses dual cameras to capture, process and render 3D … Read More
Apple has been rumoured to be working on an online music locker of softs for some time now, but Amazon has beaten them to the punch after releasing its own online music storage service.
Tech company executives are always good for a mind-boggling quote or two, and as reported by CNet Dell’s Andy Lark is no different.
The latest rumors surrounding Apple’s fifth-generation iPhone suggest that the device won’t feature at this year’s WWDC ready for a summer 2011 launch, and a report published today by Japanese blog Macotakara.jp seems to back up these claims. Citing sources from the Chinese supply chain, Macotakara.jp says that Apple hasn’t even begun ordering components for the iPhone 5 yet, and … Read More
With the iPhone 5 possibly delayed into next year, all the talk these days is of the next makor release of iOS – 5.0. Today’s reports from AppleInsider amongst others raise the possibility Apple is seeking to bring ‘deeply integrated’ voice control to the platform.
Evidence is mounting that Apple will break from tradition (if 3 years can be a tradition!) by not announcing a new iPhone at its Worldwide Developer Conference this year.