Hyundai Adds Support for Apple’s ‘Siri Eyes Free’ Feature

Hyundai Adds Support for Apple Siri Eyes Free Feature

The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas always brings to light the newest and most advanced technology related to the mobile devices industry. Often during this event, many company’s unveil iPhone cases and other technology for Apple’s iOS devices. During the first official day of CES 2013, Hyundai, a leading South Korean car manufacturer, announced that it will … Read More

VS. Racing Review – A Miniature Marvel of Top Down Racing

VS. Racing

VS. Racing for iPhone is the first game from Maciek Drejak Labs and is a top down racer which reminds me of the old school classic Super Sprint. The game gives you a top down view of the racing track with you and your opponents taking up just a handful of pixels as you race around a variety of tracks … Read More

iPhone 5 Logic Board Photos Appear Online

iPhone 5 logic board

Several days after releasing images of the next generation iPhone 5 mini dock connector, French site, Nowhereelse.fr reposted images from forum Weiphone of what appears to be the iPhone 5 logic board. The logic board, which houses the processor and chips for other functions appears to be built differently than the iPhone 4 and the current iPhone 4S. Leaked parts … Read More

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 make it to the final product design. Late last week, … Read More

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 been a part of iOS since 2007 and was introduced … Read More

iPhone 5 Dock Connector 8 Pins, Cross Device Integration via Bluetooth 4.0?

new iPhone 5 dock

On Wednesday, iLounge reported on some of Apple’s upcoming product refreshes, including the next generation iPhone 5 and iPad Mini. The report mentions that the sixth generation iPhone will be sporting a smaller dock connector, as seen in previous reports but also points out that the connector will contain 8 pins as opposed to the current 30 pins. Numerous reports … Read More

13.3 inch MacBook Pro Specs Leaked No Retina Display but Includes USB 3.0

MacBook Pro Leaked Specs

Apple has been rumored to release an updated line of MacBooks, most notably the new MacBook Pro, which is expected to take on the thin design of the MacBook Air. On Monday, Chinese forum Weiphone released an image of what appeared to be a specs sticker on the back of a 13.3 inch MacBook Pro box. The image revealed only … Read More

Apple Looks to Expand MFi Accessories

Apple MFi Technology Summit

At the recent MFi Technology Summit (Made for iPhone/iPad/iPod) in Shenzen, China, Apple announced a new standard for communicating between Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and AirPlay on iOS devices. Speaking to a crowd of 2,000 MFi developers, Apple is looking to expand the availability of MFI accessories, which have not kept track with the growth of iOS devices. Apple seems to have … Read More

Apple Releases New MacBook Air and Mac Mini with Mac OS X Lion Preinstalled

New 2011 MacBook Air

Last week, rumors and reports from various sources suggested that Apple would be releasing an updated Macbook Air with a faster processor and integrated Thunderbolt technology. On Wednesday, Apple did exactly that and released new Macbook Air models with Sandy Bridge chips from Intel, thunderbolt ports and Mac OS X Lion preinstalled. The latest Sandy Bridge chips are also included … Read More

Wi-Gear CEO on Apple Buy-Out: “I Wish”

Earlier this week, Touch Reviews reported on Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) rumored buy-out of Wi-Gear, the company behind the iMuff line of wireless Bluetooth headphones, sparking hopes that Apple would soon be offering wireless Bluetooth headphones to accompany their devices. Today, however, Macworld reports that Wi-Gear CEO Mark Pundsack has confirmed that there is no truth behind the rumors of Apple taking over … Read More