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iPhone 5 details leaked by Foxconn employee?

01/25/2012, Another day, another iPhone 5 rumor. This time it’s supposedly from a Foxconn employee, claims 9to5mac. The website reported that the iPhone 5 is currently “geared for production”, with sample devices floating around. The sample devices...

Ballistic Tough Jacket keeps your iPad 2 safe

01/25/2012, If you own an iPad 2 and you still haven’t gotten a case for it yet because you haven’t found one that’s rugged enough to protect your precious tablet, Ballistic might have the answer for you. The company announced its brand new Tough...

Apple loses appeal for Dutch ban

01/24/2012, The two 800 lbs gorillas, Apple and Samsung, are slugging it out in the courtroom where intellectual property is concerned – with both companies “trading blows” so to speak where lawsuits are concerned. Cupertino as seen an Australian...

Apple rumored to have a dedicated room for testing package design

01/24/2012, While a lot of what goes on within the walls of Apple’s headquarters isn’t normally revealed to outsiders, Adam Lashinsky’s upcoming book “Inside Apple” claims to have insider knowledge about the secretive Cupertino company. In one of the...

Wooden iPad 2 “smart cover” is pleasing to the eye

01/24/2012, So just last week we reported on the Cukui wooden backplate for the iPhone 4/4S, and if you enjoyed the natural look/finish that wood has on your iOS device, you might want to take a look at this wooden smart cover by Etsy seller D. Fauber Woodsmith that...

iDesk concept looks awesome

01/23/2012, Are you a fan of the Microsoft Surface but wished it wasn’t running Windows? Well, if iOS or Mac OS is more of your operating system of choice, this concept design from Adam Benton might be right up your alley. Posted on MacLife.com, the iDesk shows...

350,000 iBooks textbooks reportedly downloaded in 3 days

01/23/2012, If you thought Apple’s recent foray into the education world with iBooks textbooks was a great idea, you’re right. According to Global Equities Research, which monitors Apple’s iBook sales via a proprietary tracking system – over...

AntiCrop app for iOS “uncrops” your photos

01/20/2012, Whenever you shoot a photograph, it’s always easier to capture a large shot and then crop out what’s uninteresting to make a better shot. But what about the other way around? What do you do then? Well, the folks over at Adva-Soft have recently...

Touchtv for the iPad is world’s first

01/20/2012, Touchtv has just introduced what they call the world’s first TV for the Apple iPad, and in addition to that, also announced the immediate availability of its Touchtv App for iPad. Just what does this app do for you? For starters, it will allow...

Thunderbolt heads to Ultrabooks, MacBook Air takes USB 3.0 route

01/20/2012, Now this is a rather interesting turn of events – Apple’s Thunderbolt interface technology that was announced in February last year is said to be heading towards Ultrabooks from Acer, Asus and Lenovo. Yes sir, the Thunderbolt interface lives...

Absinthe jailbreak for iPhone 4S and iPad 2 released (updated)

01/20/2012, “Soon” is a relative word, and iOS 5.0.1 hacker extraordinaire pod2g did use this particular word to describe the long awaited iPad 2 and iPhone 4S jailbreak – and has done so for one fortnight or so already, and this morning,...

Apple patent points to redesigned battery

01/20/2012, The folks over at Patently Apple recently revealed a bevy of redesigned battery shapes from Apple which might signal a future of Apple devices that have a far thinner chassis than what you see today on the market. Hmmm, thinner is better, or is it? After...