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The Next Version of OS X Is Already Surfing the Web

11/06/2012, Several Apple-watching sites have taken a look at their web logs, and they’ve found that they’ve been visited by computers sporting an OS X 10.9 identification string. It’s pretty easy to spoof an identification string, but several...

Apple now ready to resume iPad 4 shipments

11/06/2012, Apple has finally caught up with the demand, or probably the lack thereof. Last week, it was reported that iPad 4 stocks were already running low, but eventually Apple updated its online store over the weekend and revealed that it was ready to ship within...

Apple publishes revised Samsung apology on its U.K. website

11/05/2012, Following the order released last week by the U.K. court to revise Apple’s statement on its U.K. website, the Cupertino-based tech titan has now posted a revised statement that is in compliance with the court order. The revised statement, as seen...

Foursquare for iOS now features a 1 to 10 rating system on Explore

11/05/2012, Foursquare has just updated its app for iOS devices. In an attempt to help its users find the best of places to visit, it is now adding scores to places in Explore to give users a quick sense of how popular a particular place is. The scores, ranging from...

Apple Eyeing Move Away From Intel Processors to ARM for Mac

11/05/2012, When Apple moved to Intel processors back in 2005, it was a coming-out of sorts for the Mac OS X operating system. No longer forced to run on PowerPC processors built by Motorola and IBM, software availability bloomed, and the Mac platform became much...

Could Apple Deny App Store Access to Google Maps?

11/05/2012, So Apple’s mapping program included with iOS 6 isn’t the greatest. The app may be a bit disappointing, but hey, it’s hard to make decent maps. What would be inexcusable is if Google submitted a functioning app to the Apple-controlled App...

Sony Reader for iOS gets launched

11/05/2012, Sony is going toe-to-toe with Apple’s iBooks and the Kindle app from Amazon by launching the new Sony Reader app for iOS devices. Basically, the Sony Reader is a free app that allows customers to access and read their favorite content on their...

Apple to reportedly stop supporting Emoji apps in the App Store

11/05/2012, Emoji apps could face extinction in iOS 6. Apple is reportedly informing some developers that their emoji-based apps were removed from the App Store because they are no longer needed to unlock emoji. Apple previously allowed the expanded native...

Apple sold 3 million iPads in 3 days

11/05/2012, Not to be outdone with Samsung’s 3 million Galaxy Note 2 sales in a two-month period, Apple released a statement today saying that it has sold 3 million iPads in just three days following the global debut of the iPad mini and the iPad 4 last week....

Siri could help purchase movie tickets in iOS 6.1

11/05/2012, It’s been a few days since Apple released iOS 6.0.1 to the masses, but what sort of features and changes can we expect in iOS 6.1, especially with Scott Forstall’s leave from Apple? Well while it remains to be seen, it looks like Siri will be gaining...

iPad mini debuts on vehicle dashboard so soon after release

11/02/2012, While the iPad mini was sold in different countries from today onwards, some might say that the product’s launch did not generate the kind of frenzy as the iPhone and iPad did, as lines for the tablet rarely stretched to anything beyond a block. Well,...

iPad 4 teardown reveals LG-manufactured display

11/02/2012, Yesterday, the modding gurus at iFixit managed to tear down the iPad mini to pieces and confirmed that it does have stereo speakers and a display driver that is surprisingly made by Samsung. Today, in an attempt to thoroughly understand the differences...