Posts Tagged ‘iOS’
With roughly $100 billion in cash reserves, Apple executives and shareholders joined on a conference call this morning to discuss the outcome of Apple’s bank account.
Even though the new third-generation Apple TV doesn’t offer too much in the upgrades department, it’s still a decent plug-and-play content streaming box and can hold its own against competitors. The new Apple TV’s primary focus is 1080p support and it’s practically identical to its predecessor – for a full Apple TV 3 review, make […]
Last Wednesday, March 7th, Apple announced the third-generation Apple TV alongside the new iPad. In addition to taking pre-orders for the latest Retina display-equipped iPad, Apple also opened pre-orders up to the new Apple TV. Despite the fact that the Apple TV won’t officially be released until tomorrow, March 16th, numerous customers have reported that they’ve […]
While George Hotz (an extremely famous iPhone and PlayStation 3 hacker) was on his way to SXSW, an event described as “a nine-day marketplace of ideas, relationships, and products for the Music, Interactive Media, and Film industries”, he was arrested for possession of marijuana.
While tethering (bridging or sharing a mobile device’s data connection with a computer) is typically looked down upon by carriers unless they can slap additional charges on that functionality, endusers are always looking for nonconventional ways to tether their mobile devices with their computers – especially iPhone users. To circumvent the strict tethering regulations that […]
Apple Releases iOS 5.1: Battery Life Improvements, Ability To Delete Picture From Photo Stream, Japanese Support For Siri And More
Earlier today, after the unveiling event for the new iPad, Apple pushed out iOS 5.1. Aside from bringing Japanese language support to Siri, iOS 5.1 also allows users to delete photos from Photo Stream, it brings a redesigned camera app to the iPad, changes the “3G” indicator for the AT&T iPhone 4S to a “4G” […]
According to Mr. X, one of 9to5Mac’s very well informed sources who always seems to leak accurate information pertaining to Apple products, the next-generation plug-and-play Apple TV (expected to be announced tomorrow) will retain the same $99 price point as its predecessor.
With just over a day left until Apple’s next-generation iPad media event, MacRumors is reporting that 98% of all Apple retail stores inside the US are out of Apple TV inventory. Of Apple’s 246 US stores, only four have Apple TVs in stock and available for immediate pickup during normal business hours: