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Apple announced that models of iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 with cellular networking will be available in China.
On June 6th, Apple previewed iOS 5, the latest version of the world’s most advanced mobile operating system. On the same day, Apple also released a beta version of iOS 5 exclusively to iOS Developer Program members. The iOS 5 beta release includes over 200 new features that will be available to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch [...]
Another piece of iCloud speculation before we enter the weekend, this one fueled by reports that Apple’s supply of Airport router products is drying up around the country, normally a sign that a new replacement is on the way. Could Apple be replacing it’s Time Capsule line of HDD equipped routers with new iOS powered [...]
We originally published this post before the launch of the iPad 2. The announcement clearly didn’t happen then, but I firmly believe that the same fundamental app I describe in this post is coming, probably on Monday’s event. Come revisit this speculation with us and get a glimpse at the new FaceTime focused Find My [...]
We know from Apple’s press release that Monday’s WWDC Keynote will be focused on a new service titled iCloud, and last minute rumors have started snowballing that Twitter will become a major integrated component into iOS 5. But what will these two new factors really bring to the iOS ecosystem? In what ways can we [...]
Earlier today, Apple issued a short press release that was uncharacteristically forward for the secretive company. Not only did the release confirm that Steve Jobs himself would be leading the keynote, but it also announced a brand new service – iCloud – for the first time.
AT&T today announced that an updated version of its Yellow Pages App is now available in the App Store, and brings with it some fancy improvements.
Yesterday, Google announced a new plan to bring “Chromebooks”, cheap netbooks that run one app and one app only: the Chrome web browser, to business and education using a revolutionary new pricing scheme.