Another fake Apple Store has been spotted and has made its way to the internet. This time the store is as real as it gets, maybe not as prestige as the Apple Store in Shanghai (pictured above), but the counterfeit store is still impressive.
Today Apple pushed out OS 10.7.1 to address some issues Lion users have been experiencing with their Macs. The update is available to Lion users through the native Software Update function and it covers the following changes:
According to 9to5Mac’s sources, Apple was planning on launching the iPhone 5 around October 14th. But, because Apple’s “pre-mass-production” stage is going well that Apple plans on releasing the iPhone 5 around October 7th.
According to a recent Digitimes report, Apple’s plan to release a new iPad this fall has been aborted due to issues with the “Retina Display”. Due to the screen and resolution issues, Apple has apparently discontinued their next-generation iPad production orders.
This is the thirty-sixth episode of my series titled “BestTechInfo And Rumors”! This series is all about providing current and up-to-date technology related news and rumors for all of my readers and viewers. In this episode, I discuss Apple’s LTE iPhone prototype, Apple increasing iPhone production, Google buying Motorola and more! Links to the articles discussed in this episode:
Well known publisher Barnes & Noble will be releasing an approved biography about Apple’s famous CEO, Steve Jobs. Barnes & Nobles originally planned on publishing the book on March 23rd but, now we will be able to get our hands on the book a few months earlier (the new release date is the 21st of November).
Smartphones have been equipped with 4G (LTE) components for some time now – needless to say, Apple has been reluctant to jump on the LTE bandwagon because the technology hasn’t been around long enough. Back in 2007, Apple made a similar move when they released the first iPhone with only Edge capabilities even though 3G was available. Proof has now …
Today, Google has announced that they’ve purchased Motorola for a staggering 12.5 billion dollars in order to “supercharge” their Android platform! Google’s CEO, Larry Page, announced the acquisition of Motorola today on Google’s official blog: Given Android’s phenomenal success, we are always looking for new ways to supercharge the Android ecosystem. That is why I am so excited today to …