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Edinburgh’s Princes St Apple Store officially confirmed

After several months of ongoing building work and highly informed speculation, Apple’s Princes St store in Edinburgh, Scotland has finally been officially confirmed. This morning at 7am, Apple’s distinctive logo, set against a polka-dot background was unveiled on the exterior wall of the site, which remains under construction. Whilst the project has been…

iWatch rumors are back as Apple hires two more Nike FuelBand engineers

  Apple has been hiring people from all over the wearable technology, health sciences, and fashion fields for the past few years now in anticipation of what everyone expects to be the ever rumored iWatch. Well, adding on to the hires coming in the wearable field seems to be in the form of two more Nike FuelBand engineers that have recently…

Now is a good time to buy an older iPad

Apple is known for making high quality products that can be useful for years, long after their initial release. Their iPad line is no exception. Even iPads produced in 2011 or 2012 are still good devices, especially for those that don’t need to have the very newest gadget. Now, Apple is offering a great deal for anyone interested in an older…

Apple Maps will replace Google on iCloud.com

Those with access to the iCloud Beta site will notice something new when using the “Find My iPhone” feature. While Apple has used Google’s mapping service for their websites in the past, Apple is testing their own maps on the web in iCloud Beta. The new maps are simpler than Google’s offering. With that simplicity, though, comes a web map that loads…

4.7″ iPhone 6 sapphire display put through scratch test [Video]

  A new video from Marques Brownlee puts the much rumored next-generation iPhone sapphire display through a major scratch test. Brownlee not only bends the sapphire display; he also takes his keys and a pocket knife to the display and attempts to make a dent in the screen (attempts is the keyword here). The beginning of the video gives a…

Apple improves Health app in iOS 8 beta 3

  iOS 8 beta 3 now allows Apple’s Health app to access the iPhone’s M7 motion coprocessor, letting the app track movement like most fitness trackers do without having to buy any extra accessories. The M7 motion coprocessor functions alongside the A7 chip and is only available in newer models of iPhones and iPads, namely the iPhone 5s, the iPad…

iOS 8 Beta 3 seeded to registered developers

Apple has today seeded the third beta of iOS 8 to registered developers. The update comes one day before the rumored release of the 3rd beta and is available to Download and Install for registered developers now via an OTA update. As per usual, the update should include many bug fixes. Stay tuned to Today’s iPhone for more information on what’s new in…

Robots to build your next iPhone

Foxconn is preparing to enhance its assembly process with a new line of robots, according to the iPhone manufacturer’s president and CEO Terry Gou. Dubbed “Foxbots”, the new robots are in the final stages of testing and could be deployed in at least one major Foxconn factory in the near future, with lines dedicated to the production of Apple devices getting…

New renders show the iPhone 6 in gold, silver, and space gray

In the next few months leading up to the release of the iPhone 6, we will likely see many different concepts of what the iPhone 6 could potentially look like. Thomas Moyano and Nicholas Aichino have based their representation of what the device will look like on the latest rumors and leaks that have been surfacing. This iPhone 6 concept is shown in…