iphone_tim_cookEvery year with every iPhone Apple has released, they have managed to sell millions upon millions to the masses, but exactly how many units has Apple managed to sell so far? Earlier today during Apple’s Spring Forward event, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook took to the stage where he revealed that the Cupertino company has managed to sell a whopping 700 million iPhones to date.

It was also revealed that they managed to sell 25 million Apple TVs so far and given that the Apple TV was given a price cut and with HBO Now being an exclusive to Apple devices, we can only imagine that they will be able to sell even more units of the Apple TV, even though there were some features that many were looking forward to but was not announced. Read full post →700 Million iPhones, 25 Million Apple TVs Have Been Sold To Date

iphone_5_sleep_button-800x437If you’re using the iPhone 5, you might be one of the more unfortunate users to experience issues with their sleep/wake button in which it would stop being responsive. Apparently this isn’t so much a wear and tear issue but a manufacturing defect for some users which is why Apple had previously launched a replacement program to address it.

Now the good news is that if you’re experiencing issues with your iPhone 5’s sleep/wake button and were worried that you might have missed the deadline to submit your phone in for a fix, you can rest assured because according to reports, it looks like Apple has extended the sleep/wake button replacement program to 2016. Read full post →iPhone 5 Sleep/Wake Button Replacement Program Extended To 2016


Earlier today HBO finally confirmed its much rumored standalone internet TV streaming service. We know now that the service is called HBO Now, that it costs $15 per month, and that Apple is the launch partner. HBO CEO Richard Plepler said during the event that the service is exclusive to Apple devices at launch but didn’t say for how long. A spokesman for the cable giant has now clarified things.

Read full post →HBO Now Is Exclusive To Apple For Three Months


Sony isn’t expected to unveil the Xperia Z4 until later this year but already there have been many rumors about this device. Purported specifications have already been seen in leaked benchmarks. Several parts have been leaked as well. Word on the street is that Sony is now working hard to fix heat dissipation from the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor in the Xperia Z4.

Read full post →Sony Reportedly Trying To Fix Snapdragon 810 Heat Dissipation In Xperia Z4


More details about Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain were recently revealed. We now know when this title will be released. The release date had actually been revealed prior to the official announcement by Konami. The title will be accompanied by Metal Gear Online, its competitive multiplayer component, on launch day later this year. Amazon has already started taking pre-orders for the Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain collector’s edition for both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Read full post →Metal Gear Solid 5 Collector’s Edition Pre-Order Available Now


Apple formally announced the 12-inch MacBook today that comes with a Retina Display. Much had already been rumored about this product and most of it turned out to be true, including the rumor about its USB Type C port, which replaces all other ports on the notebook. This means that you will have to use an adapter if you want to use the MacBook for HDMI video output or to use a conventional USB drive. Apple is offering two such adapters for $79.

Read full post →$79 Adapters Add More Ports To Your 12-Inch Retina MacBook

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It was first reported last week that Apple could release iOS 8.2 in the coming days. That has turned out to be true. The company is seeding iOS 8.2 to all supported iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models today around the world. iOS 8.2 is an incremental update but it brings one major feature that is instrumental for making existing iPhones work with the company’s new product. iOS 8.2 brings support for the Apple Watch.

Read full post →Apple Releases iOS 8.2 With Apple Watch Support

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We reported last week that T-Mobile is going to begin seeding the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for HTC One (M7) on March 9th. The carrier has followed through on the release date as today it finally released Google’s latest and greatest update for its mobile platform to everyone who owns a HTC One (M7) on its network.

Read full post →T-Mobile HTC One (M7) Lollipop Update Released

One of the first announcements that Apple made at its event today was of the partnership with HBO. It was rumored a few months back that the cable giant is working on a standalone internet TV streaming service. Today on stage at Apple’s event HBO Now was formally announced by the CEO of HBO. To mark the occasion a new Game of Thrones season 5 trailer was also played for the audience. That trailer is now available to watch online.

Read full post →New Game Of Thrones Season 5 Trailer Is Now Online


At its Spring Forward event today Apple announced an all new 12-inch MacBook with Retina Display. As expected the company also announced a refresh of the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro. These notebooks have only received new internal hardware, everything else about them including their design and price remains the same as before.

Read full post →MacBook Air And MacBook Pro Refreshed With New Processors And More