With all the talk and rumors of a “cheaper” iPhone making an appearance alongside the iPhone 5S this fall, one major factor has yet to be discussed in detail: the price range for such a device. Analysts from J.P. Morgan stated last month that Apple will create the lower-cost iPhone as a “mid-end” smartphone, priced […]
With this year’s World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) currently underway, the anticipation amongst Apple fans couldn’t be higher. This multi-day event will commence with an opening keynote presentation at 10am Pacific Time (1pm ET), which is undeniably the highlight of the conference.
Today, 9to5Mac posted pictures of new banners that recently went up at Moscone Center promoting both iOS 7 and the next major installment to OS X. Of course, the images above and below were both put up in anticipation of Apple’s annual World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC).
Recently, a Russian newspaper by the name of Izvestia published a report that claims Apple has filed for a trademark on the term “iWatch” in Russia. Aligning with previous rumors suggesting that Apple has plans to launch a smart watch as soon as this year, this new intel may point to a release sooner rather […]
As pointed out today by 9to5Mac, Apple recently began decorating Moscone Center in anticipation of the company’s annual World Wide Developers Conference. Apple’s upcoming developer event will kick off next Monday with a keynote presentation, which will play host to the unveiling of both iOS 7 and the next major installment to OS X.
Yesterday, Apple published a new television advertisement for the iPhone 5 on their official YouTube channel. Apple’s latest ad, dubbed “Music Every Day,” highlights one of the key selling points of the original iPhone: its ability to play music. In Apple’s latest ad style, “Music Every Day” is part of a campaign that’s focal point […]
Today, in a new report, Japanese blog Macotakara highlights a pair of interesting articles in the Economic Times (a Taiwanese newspaper) that address the much-rumored Apple smart watch. The first report suggests that Apple ordered a small number of 1.5-inch OLED displays from RITEK (a subsidiary of RiTdisplay) for testing purposes.
In a recent report, BGR publicized a set of high-resolutoin images of what are allegedly components intended for Apple’s rumored iPhone 5S. Although a number of similar parts have been leaked to various repair firms over the past few months, this recent group of photos is unquestionably the highest quality we’ve seen to date.