Today, in an exclusive report, 9to5Mac highlights alleged details on Apple’s forthcoming OS X update (OS 10.9) that’s expected to be unveiled alongside iOS 7 during WWDC 2013. In mentioning that the update will bring further “power-user” features, 9to5Mac notes that the next major installment to OS X is codenamed “Cabernet”.
With Apple’s next-generation iPhone scheduled to be unveiled sometime in the months to come, the majority of industry watchers suggest that the “iPhone 5S” will either be available sometime this summer or later this fall. However, other reports state that Apple’s iPhone 5S, in addition to their rumored low-cost iPhone and the second-generation iPad mini, […]
Earlier this week, a case manufacturer by the name of Tactus publicized images of what was allegedly a case designed for Apple’s upcoming fifth-generation iPad. Sensibly, the case mirrored what rumors have suggested for some time, that the upcoming tablet is expected to feature a smaller, thinner and an iPad mini-esque design. Today, the same […]
According to a new report from DigiTimes, Apple will allegedly begin mass production for the 5th generation iPad sometime between July and August of this year. Of course, this new report contradicts earlier rumors of Apple actually releasing the next-generation 9.7-inch iPad as early as late spring or even later this month.
In a Branch chat yesterday, John Gruber from Daring Fireball said that according to his sources, iOS 7 is running behind schedule and the next major iOS installment will bring significant visual user interface (UI) changes. After stating that engineers have allegedly been pulled from Apple’s next Mac OS X update (10.9) Gruber went on […]
According to a new report from Digitimes, Apple is preparing to reduce shipments for their iPad mini tablet in the second calendar quarter of 2013. The shipment cut, as reveled by industry sources, is said to affect the total number of iPad mini’s shipped by 20% for next month, April.
In recent months reports pertaining to the much-rumored Apple television set have been all but non-existent in the shadow of the excitement and rumors surrounding a possible post-PC smart watch, unofficially dubbed the “iWatch”. However, in spite of the iWatch’s recent domination of the Apple rumor mill, a television set has continued to remain prevalent […]
In a new report, CNET suggests that T-Mobile will detail plans to finally sell Apple’s iPhone during tomorrows UNcarrier event. Scheduled to take place tomorrow, March 26th, in New York City, the event will showcase the carrier’s forthcoming new structure. T-Mobile is going completely “Un,” with their new “Un-contract” and “Un-limt” rebranding scheme.