TUAW‘s sources have discovered references to new iDevices, specifically “iPad3,1″ and “iPad3,2″ as well as , “iPhone4,1″ and “iPhone4,2″ (Currently, the firmware for the iPhone 4 reefers to it as “iPhone3,1″ and “iPhone3,3″). It’s not unusual for people to stumble upon codes and names for new Apple products inside of iOS betas – it has […]
John Gruber at Daring Fireball has recently published his predictions for iCloud and WWDC. If one sentence could sum up what he thinks iCloud can offer, it would be this: “Don’t think of iCloud as the new MobileMe; think of iCloud as the new iTunes”. In Gruber’s notes, he reminds us that in order to sync […]
Apple stated previously that they are planning one of their product launches (which involves visual updates) for the morning of June 14th. While this could very well be the launch of iCloud or just a minor update that they announce at WWDC, sources have indicated that we won’t be dissapointed and there is a strong […]
There’s a rumor circling that Apple is planning to introduce a quad-core processor for the next-generation iPad. If the rumor is true, it will help Apple compete with the other competitors that are looking to adopt the quad-core technology for themselves. The catalyst for this speculation was an article written in a magazine called Micropocessor Report […]
MacRumors has uncovered a new addition to the iTunes App Store’s – a sentence hinting an upcoming feature called “Automatic Download”: Or if your device has Automatic Download enabled for apps, your updates will download to your device without having to sync. As of now, the meaning of Automatic Download is not completely clear; but, it seems […]
According to Ars, Apple’s Time Capsule and Airport Extreme will be refreshed soon and it’s possible that they will receive iOS and either an A5/A4 processor: Our own source tells Ars that the revised hardware is believed to be built around Apple’s own A4 or A5 processor, and will run iOS much like the most recent Apple […]
According to Robert Scoble, who apparently has sources that have worked with Apple on Twitter integration, iOS 5 will feature more than just Twitter photo sharing. He says that the integration will be “very deep” – let’s hope it involves a Twitter widget, Twitter photo and video sharing and Twitter notifications.
According to our sources, this is the official iCloud icon The LATimes claims that iCloud will be a “low-priced” add-on to iTunes, and that it will cost a mere $25/year (perhaps as an add on to MobileMe). Dubbed iCloud, the service initially will be offered for a free period to people who buy music from Apple’s iTunes […]