Steve Jobs on iPad Printing: “It Will Come.”

Steve Jobs must be lacking for things to do at Apple these days. Or perhaps he just loves his iPhone (4G/HD?) and his iPad so much he can’t get enough of emailing from them. According to MacRumours, shortly after sending snarky emails to customers complaining about iPad pricing outside the US, he’s been at it again. This time in answer … Read More

Stephen NorthcottSteve Jobs on iPad Printing: “It Will Come.”

Steve Jobs says educate yourself on international iPad pricing

Many fans of the Apple iPad were waiting in anticipation for the release dates and prices for the new ‘magical and revolutionary product’. Well this week the wait was finally over for nine different countries. So was it worth the wait? It seems not, many Apple fans and potential new customers were very unhappy with the price structure. It seems they … Read More

Jane JonesSteve Jobs says educate yourself on international iPad pricing

Nintendo President: Apple is the “enemy of the future”

Apple Vs Nintendo In a week of revenue declines, and mixed messages from Nintendo (NTDOY.PK), finally some truthful comments concerning Apple seem to have emerged from the gaming company’s home land. Earlier in the week the President of Nintendo America waxed lyrical about promising sales figures, breaking records and the fact that the iPad was no threat to the Nintendo DS. In … Read More

Stephen NorthcottNintendo President: Apple is the “enemy of the future”

Rumor: Apple May Face Antitrust Inquiry

The New York Post has kicked off a rumor that Apple (AAPL) is days away from facing an antitrust investigation into its decision to place restrictions on the way that iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad developers can work. Apple has effectively said that any apps published in the iTunes App Store must be developed using its own tools, and based … Read More

Stephen NorthcottRumor: Apple May Face Antitrust Inquiry

Apple sells one millionth iPad in just 28 days

Earlier today we reported on estimates of Apple iPad 3G sales in its debut weekend from Gene Munster (an analyst at Piper Jaffray). Adding those figures to those of the Wi-Fi only iPad sales numbers to date we estimated that Apple has sold over 1 million iPads already. Apple have confirmed our estimate today with an official Press Release trumpeting … Read More

Stephen NorthcottApple sells one millionth iPad in just 28 days

Adobe’s CEO responds to Apple’s Open Letter On Flash

Frankly the Adobe CEO’s WSJ interview, which ended up focussing on his rebuttal of Steve Jobs’ Open Letter on Flash, was embarrassing. Mr. Narayen called Steve’s accusations of Flash draining battery power “patently false.” A statement which is in itself “patently false”. Mr. Narayen also said that if Adobe crashes on Apple, then that actually has something “to do with the … Read More

Stephen NorthcottAdobe’s CEO responds to Apple’s Open Letter On Flash

Apple Rejects iSealClub. PETA says ‘Good Job, Steve Jobs!’

Apple continues to make headlines for its App Store approval process. In early March we reported Apple’s attempt to ‘tidy’ the App Store by removing WiFi signal finder apps, iPhone apps containing too much adult content and ‘cookie cutter’ applications. Each time Apple attempts to deny or remove a certain application it receives mixed reactions. This time Apple has rejected … Read More

Ravin MohindruApple Rejects iSealClub. PETA says ‘Good Job, Steve Jobs!’

Hot News: Steve Jobs Writes An Open Letter About Flash

In a rather unusual move Steve Jobs has eschewed his normal curt emails from his iPhone or iPad and typed an opus on Apple’s reasoning behind not allowing Flash on iDevices. What’s more he’s posted it front page on the Apple corporate web site for all to see. It makes compelling reading, and calmly and clearly outlines the many factors … Read More

Stephen NorthcottHot News: Steve Jobs Writes An Open Letter About Flash

Apple’s iPhone Accounts for Almost 50% of Smartphone Traffic

AdMob released some interesting numbers today that reveal the truly all encompassing nature of Apple and their iPhone ecosystem. As reported by 9To5Mac, iPhone OS held a 46% share of all mobile operating systems and a 47% share of all smartphone devices in March. Of those devices measured running the iPhone OS, 2% were first generation iPhones, 20% where iPhone … Read More

Erin PetersonApple’s iPhone Accounts for Almost 50% of Smartphone Traffic

Apple Financial Results for Q2 2010 Very Impressive

Apple’s shares seem to be on an elevator ride to heaven right now. As of writing this update shares in AAPL are at US$258, having risen more than $14 dollars today alone. Yet another all time high! This is off the back of very impressive second quarter earnings for what is now the biggest tech company in Silicon Valley. Apple’s … Read More

Stephen NorthcottApple Financial Results for Q2 2010 Very Impressive

Apple iPhone OS 4.0 Keynote Event Roundup

Apple has certainly been on a streak lately. The public release of the iPad has been a complete success and now the details of the much anticipated iPhone OS 4.0. The new operating system has been the main object of speculation and rumor since the unveiling of the Apple tablet in January. Today’s announcement finally threw back the curtain and … Read More

Erin PetersonApple iPhone OS 4.0 Keynote Event Roundup

Live Coverage. Apple iPhone OS 4.0 Sneak Peek Keynote Event

With less than a week after a major product launch Apple’s announcement of iPhone OS 4.0 event was quite unexpected. Apple will give us a sneak peek into the future of iPhone OS later today. The event will be live at Apple’s Infinite Loop campus in Cupertino. There have been many rumors suggesting different features which could possibly be announced today. The … Read More

Ravin MohindruLive Coverage. Apple iPhone OS 4.0 Sneak Peek Keynote Event

Apple iPad Criticism and The Experience

Much of the criticism surrounding the iPad has been focused on the technical characteristics of the device. Its inability to run Flash, its lack of video conferencing capabilities, its non-existent USB ports, its closed system. Its interesting no one is attacking the iPad where it counts; squarely in the usage experience. A lot of tablet manufacturers are about to find … Read More

Erin PetersonApple iPad Criticism and The Experience

Weekly news roundup on all things “Touch” | 03/20/2010

iPad Developers have one week to get their app into Apple for a chance at making the iPad App Store Grand Opening. Apple plans to sell around 13 million iPads in the next few years. “Elite” iPad Devs get iPads to test on. HTC hits back at Apple’s lawsuit against them, while more lines are drawn in the virtual sand … Read More

Stephen NorthcottWeekly news roundup on all things “Touch” | 03/20/2010

Steve Jobs helps push for organ donar registry

Steve Jobs teamed up with the California governer Arnold Schwarzenegger to discuss the recent liver transplant he has had to try help push for change in the organ donar process. Appleinsider reports, The bill, SB 1395 by state Sen. Elaine Alquist, D-San Jose, makes it mandatory for Californian residents to accept or decline the option of becoming an organ donor … Read More

Jane JonesSteve Jobs helps push for organ donar registry