01/28/2014, Apple’s fiscal 2014 first quarter ended on December 28, 2013 and soon after trading closed for the day, the Apple Q1 2014 earnings were officially announced. The company had a record quarter as far as iPhone and iPad sales are concerned, even if it didn’t exactly meet Wall Street’s expectations. An all-time quarterly record was established in Q1 2014 as Apple sold 51 million iPhones and 26 million iPads. During the […]
01/27/2014, Back in the day, Apple’s iPod was one of the company’s best selling products. In a way it was even a fashion statement thanks to the white earphones that easily identified the wearer as an iPod owner, to the extent where other companies started to issue white earphones with their products as well. However fast forward to today, the iPod is hardly garnering the same amount of attention or excitement […]
12/29/2013, The days leading up to Christmas are certainly lucrative for retailers, as last minute shoppers look to purchase gifts that they intend to give out. Jim Nevarde, a resident of Mission Beach, California, was one such individual who shopped at Target for an iPod Classic that he wanted to give his wife on Christmas. He purchased the iPod from the Mira Mesa Target and when the box was opened on […]
09/11/2013, Apple announced iOS 7 will be released just one week from today on September 18, although we know how hard it is to wait for something that’s so close to release. You could wait like a good iOS owner for Apple to pull the switch so you can finally experience iOS 7 for yourself, or you could throw caution into the wind and get yourself upgraded right this very minute. […]
09/11/2013, Apple had quite the day yesterday as they announced when iOS 7 would be released as well as the new iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S. The iPhone 5C would come in a wide variety of colors, while the iPhone 5S would come in gold, silver and space grey. In addition to those updates, it looks like Apple’s iPod line has also received an update.
07/01/2013, An iOS 7 concept imagines what the upcoming version of iOS would look like running on the 6th generation iPod Nano.
05/28/2013, Apple has accepted to pay $53 million in damages to those iPhone and iPod owners that were denied warranty claims due to faulty water damage indicators.
05/08/2013, When Apple first launched the iPod, it came in one design and one flavor, but slowly over the years Apple introduced variants of the iPod, like the iPod Shuffle, iPod Nano, iPod touch and so on, and according to former Apple advertising expert, Ken Segall, the Cupertino could be looking to do the same thing with their iPhone brand in the near future. Segall’s reasoning is that because there isn’t […]
04/15/2013, There have been several rumors over Apple’s alleged iWatch, and thanks to a recent report by French site, MacGeneration, they are reporting that former Adobe executive, Kevin Lynch, is now heading up a team of engineers who supposedly have experience in designing iPod products. Lynch signed on with Apple as VP of Technologies last month and it is not clear what his role at Apple will be, apart from his […]
02/27/2013, You know how when you buy Apple products online, you get the option of having it engraved? I think it’s safe to say that for the most part, most people tend to skip the engraving option unless it’s a gift. However according to an account on Reddit, he did not want any engraving and said so in the textbook where the engraved message should go. We’re not sure if he […]
02/04/2013, If you think about the iPod today, you wouldn’t think that Apple would have needed help trying to sell the device, right? That might be true today, but 9 years ago might have been a different story because it seems that Apple and HP teamed up to create an iPod with HP’s logo at the back. It’s a rare piece of gadgetry and if you’re a collector of gadgets of […]
10/08/2012, This is a cool idea. In order to encourage repeat in-theatre viewings of Looper (currently in theatres), director Rian Johnson has released a commentary track which is meant to be played simultaneously with the movie. In movie theaters, on your personal device. The next time you’re at the cineplex, the guy sitting next to you with huge headphones on might not be crazy after all.
10/05/2012, If you’re at work on this Friday afternoon and you want to do anything but, click on over to the Inventika Solutions website. They’ve got a nifty HTML5 site that plays songs with an identical interface to the first-ever iPod. It doesn’t have too many songs, but then again, the first iPod only had 5GB of storage.
09/20/2012, You know how you have some gadgets that you can shake in order to power it? Dubbed electromagnetic induction, this is a production of an electric current in a conductive element as it moves through a magnetic field, which in turn is used to generate power for the abovementioned gadgets. Apart from its rather novel value, does it have a place as an Apple-like feature? While currently used to power […]