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Steve Jobs gets blamed for a lot of things by a lot of people, with my better half blaming Jobs for my constant buying shiny toys for example. Now though legendary rocker Bon Jovi has slammed the Apple co-founder for ‘killing the music business’.
A source for the German Mac blog Macerkopf.de claims that Apple is to hold a media event in the first or second week of April to introduce the iOS 5 software for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, as well as reveal the changes and improvements made to the MobileMe service. This date fits in nicely with similar Apple events … Read More
Apple’s recent product launches have been hugely successful however, both the first gen iPad and iPhone 4 ran into delays either due to slow production or issues with paint. The original iPad was certainly a blockbuster for Apple as they sold more than 15 million iPads in just 9 months but faced issues initially in being able to produce enough … Read More
Steve Jobs announced at the iPad 2 keynote earlier today that the Photo Booth application would finally make its debut in iOS in the 4.3 release of the software, while Garageband and iMovie are also coming to the iPad. Photo Booth With the introduction of a front-facing camera in Apple’s second-generation iPad, the company is finally bringing Photo Booth to … Read More
If you’ve been following our coverage of Apple’s keynote this morning, you’ll already know that rumors Steve Jobs would present the event are true. And the first thing on Steve’s agenda, as is common at these events, is to talk about Apple’s success, noting that its iPad has over 90% of the market share and has generated $9.5 billion in … Read More
An Apple staffer, who has given details to Cult of Mac regarding the company’s upcoming iPad 3, believes that the second-generation tablet will be nothing to get too excited over, but instead the iPad 3 is the “one to make a song and dance about.” Although the iPad 2 is expected to be thinner, lighter, and faster than the current … Read More
It’s been quite some time since the first iOS 4.3 beta was made available to eager testers, and many expected the Golden Master (the version right before official release when the software is feature-complete) the have arrived by now. According to BGR though, the wait might be almost over.
Fresh pictures of what is claimed to be an accurate mockup of Apple’s second-generation iPad have been published by a Japanese blog today, and suggest that the iPad 2 will boast a significantly thinner design, as well as a front- and rear-facing cameras, and a speaker grill on the back. The new design will not only be much thinner, but … Read More
In a bid to increase the popularity of its iAds and attract smaller companies to sign up, Apple has reduced the minimum spend on iAd advertisements by half from $1 million to $500,000. It’s hoped the new price for the interactive advertisements will help to fill vacant slots and renew existing contracts for a service that is rumored to be … Read More
When people first got their hands on the iOS 4.3 betas, and indeed the Verizon iPhone one of the main feature additions was the new Wireless Mobile Hotspot. Enabling users to share their iPhone’s 3G signal over WiFi just like a MiFI was a feature that Android fans had been enjoying for a long time, and it was a welcome addition to iOS.
According to a recent job posting by Apple, the Cupertino outfit could be working on a new television, reports 9-5Mac.
It’s awards time at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and Apple’s iPhone 4 has managed to win the coveted ‘Best Mobile Device’ award – without the Cupertino outfit even attending.
With Verizon getting its hands on the iPhone 4 this month, AT&T have been scrambling to keep their existing customers by offering more data, free micro-cells and giving away their first born children. Clearly not convinced that’s going to work, the 2nd largest carrier in the United States is now trying a new approach – offering a cheap iPhone. Now … Read More
Amazon’s iOS Kindle app finally has parity with the Kindle hardware after its recent update, thanks to the new addition of real page numbers as reported by MacStories.