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Rumor: Pegatron cuts CDMA iPhone 4 production early

04/28/2011, Rumors are going around that Pegatron was asked to scale back the production of CDMA iPhone 4 models not by a small margin, but by a rather dramatic one. At first, the Taiwan supplier was tasked with churning out around 10 million units (we reported 15...

iPhone tracking bug fix coming, says Apple

04/28/2011, Steve Jobs might have denied that iOS performs tracking illegally, and his stand is backed by Apple (naturally) by stating on their website that “the iPhone is not logging your location. Rather, it is maintaining a database of Wi-Fi hotspots and cell...

Apple iOS 5.0 in testing already?

04/27/2011, A developer has noted that Apple’s iOS 5.0 has already been thrusted knee deep into field testing – at least that is what FutureTap, the creator of Where To?, claims. After all, FutureTap did mention that they have received a crash report from...

Apple says creating the white iPhone 4 was difficult

04/27/2011, Now we all know that the white iPhone 4 will finally arrive tomorrow, and the question on everybody’s lips has been – why did it take so long? Was it a deliberate marketing ploy? Was it some sort of sales tactic? We still don’t know the...

JBL OnBeat iPad Speakers shipping now

04/27/2011, JBL has just announced that their funky iOS device speakers are now shipping. The JBL OnBeat is one of the nicest looking speakers available on the market. With a special port that allows you to dock any iOS device – it also does double duty of acting...

White iPhone 4 goes on sale tomorrow

04/27/2011, If there’s one company that knows how to re-sell old products, it’s Apple, and tomorrow you can be sure there will be a whole line of people lining up to buy an iPhone 4 again – this time, it’ll be for a white variant. Apple has...

Apple speaks up about iOS tracking issues

04/27/2011, After about a week of silence, Apple has finally spoken up about the whole debacle surrounding the iOS tracking issue. In a press release today, the company has come clean about what the iOS does and how it obtains your location data.

Apple rumored to eventually charge for iTunes Cloud service

04/26/2011, Last week we reported that Apple’s cloud music service was rumored to be nearing completion and this week, more details about the service have started surfacing. Rumors are now saying that Apple’s music service will probably start free of...

Pioneer AppRadio car naviation system visits the FCC

04/25/2011, An interesting car navigation device from Pioneer has just paid a visit to the FCC. Called the AppRadio SPH-DA01, it will feature car audio and navigation systems that integrate tightly with iOS devices. Called PAIS (Platform for Aggregation of Internet...

Leica i9 Concept Camera turns your iPhone into an awesome camera

04/25/2011, Black Design Associates has just announced the Leica i9 Concept Camera for Apple iPhone 4. Unlike most camera cases that simply add another lens onto your iPhone 4, the Leica i9 Concept Camera is a whole different ballgame. If we had to break it down, it...

iPhone 4S/5 spotted with edge-to-edge display?

04/25/2011, Some new images of the next generation iPhone have surfaced online, and while there’s no proof of their legitimacy, they offer us an insight to how the iPhone 4S/5 would look like if it sported a larger edge-to-edge screen (a rumor that’s been...

iOS tracking allegedly denied by Steve Jobs

04/25/2011, Last week we reported about your iOS device keeping tabs on you wherever you go, and how easy it was to read the database containing your location data. As usual, this location-storing issue caused a huge stir among the internet and the media, leading to...

Study: Mac People Like To Throw Parties, Be Perceived as Unique

04/25/2011, Hunch.com has a very nice “Mac person vs. PC person” survey in which 388,315 of their users did contribute. The results are very interesting and to some extent, they match certain stereotypes that one could have about both user communities....