Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple and the man who has the gargantuan task of sustaining the company since the passing away of Steve Jobs, appeared at the D11 conference as the subject of the opening talk. With Apple in such a critical moment in its history, the world of tech writers hung on Cook’s […]
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Apple discounts: you know you want ’em. We’re talking iPads, iPhones, iMacs, MacBooks, and more at the cheapest prices anywhere. Here’s your insider’s guide to hunting Apple discounts like a pro.
Smartphone users can basically be divided into two main camps – the iOS camp and the Android camp. You would think that it’s all just a matter of mobile phone operating system preference, and that at the core of usability, both camps use their phones the same way. But an interesting survey made by Experian […]
Adventure games were once a well of creativity, but lately the only place to find decent adventure titles is iOS. Here are my favorite iPad adventure games of the year so far.
This news is a wake-up call for Apple. In a recent survey conducted by the American Customer Satisfaction Index, consumer satisfaction on Apple’s products has dropped. Even though the Cupertino-based giant is still the leading brand in the mobile industry with an 81 percent customer satisfaction score, it is 2.5 percent lower than the score […]
Playing around with Siri, I’ve discovered a new side of her personality by asking her about popular movies. Her tastes may not surprise you, but her attitude probably will!
An iPad keyboard case shaped like a MacBook “clamshell” might just be the holy grail of iPad accessories. A Kickstarter campaign last year famously made this idea a reality. Since then, MacBook clamshell cases have popped up in the catalogs of several accessory makers.
It’s time for the inevitable leak. With Apple fanboys and fangirls waiting not so patiently for the the details on the latest iPads (and iPhones, and iOS, and everything…), there has never been any doubt that a leak of some sort would come out. And what better time than a few weeks before the WWDC? […]
Apple is under fire from the United States Department of Justice for allegations that it has conspired with other book publishers to illegally fix the prices of e-books. The DOJ has has said that Apple’s defense against the allegations are unconvincing and “untethered from both precedent and logic.”
Realmac Software, makers of some of the slickest Mac and iOS apps, are preparing to drop a new photography app called Analog Camera. If you love the ultra-simple interface and gestures of their to-do app Clear, you’re going to feel right at home with Analog.
Apple HQ in Cupertino, California held an outdoor “A Decade of iTunes” party last night exclusively for employees, and even brought in a surprise musical act. So who was it? And what did the event look like? We’ve got a dozen pics from the scene.
Apple has just gone live with a new 3D “Flyover” city in Apple Maps, and it’s a big one: Paris, France.
Another rumor about the upcoming iPhone has surfaced and this involves the much-speculated budget iPhone. The rumors, if they are to be believed, may confirm that an iPhone targeted towards the budget conscious is indeed on its way. The new budget iPhone rumors has been reported by the DigiTimes and the source of the […]
Sooner or later, everybody needs information from Apple or help solving a problem. 10 little-known pages at apple.com can resolve virtually any issue you may encounter. Here’s a handy quick-reference to 10 crucial Apple URLs.
From his birth in San Francisco to his burial in Alta Mesa, and all the stops in between, this clever infographic traces the life story of Steve Jobs — by location.