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4.7-inch iPhone 6 display cover images leaked

Mark Gurman from 9to5Mac has published 2 images of what is supposedly the front glass panels of the rumored 4.7-inch iPhone 6. For those who don’t know, Mark Gurman has a fairly good track record when it comes to reporting leaks on upcoming iPhones. The photos were reportedly sent in by one of his sources and show off both the white and black front…

iOS 7.1.2 released, fixes iBeacons and connectivity

While developers work and play with iOS 8, Apple has released iOS 7.1.2 to the public. This update fixes several items, in particular an issue with iBeacons that users have been complaining about. It also addresses a bug with transferring data to 3rd party accessories. Note that this is just a bug fix release; there is no new functionality introduced…

Apple updating iTunes U, adds features for students and teachers

For most of Apple’s life, one of its primary target audiences has been education. Even back in the days of the Apple II, Apple focused on creating computers and applications that were simple to use but allowed for great learning capability. In 2007, Apple introduced iTunes U, a section of the iTunes store devoted to educational material, course…

How do Google’s I/O announcements stack up to what Apple has to offer?

Google held it’s annual Google I/O event on Wednesday where they unveiled Android L (the next major version of the Android OS), Android Auto,  Android TV, and a plethora of other new features and services. Quite a few of these announcements are very similar to announcements made at Apple’s WWDC just a few weeks back, and others have been on Apple’s…

Apple drops Aperture and iPhoto support in favor of new Photos app

At WWDC, Apple was keen to show all of its new integrations between iOS and OSX. One such example was the seamless ability to view photos in iCloud on an iOS device and a Mac. But when demoing photos in OS X Yosemite, Apple was showing a new application instead of iPhoto. Some expected this to be a hint that iPhoto and Aperture, two of Apple’s photo…

Apple said to be working on mainstream home automation hardware

  Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, has promised new product categories this year. We have already seen this coming to life with Apple’s solution to home automation. The company is said to have a team working on a variety of hardware products for the homes of users that will be integrated with the companies existing devices that are already on the market….

iOS 8 beta 3 may not launch until Tuesday, July 8 [Report]

  iOS 8 beta 3 will not occur until Tuesday, July 8, according to a report from BGR. That would put beta 3 coming in three weeks after the release of beta 2, which normally doesn’t happen this early on in the beta testing period. Apple normally begins pushing out versions of their beta releases about every two weeks and then moving to…

5.5-inch iPhone 6 to come with 128GB storage? [Rumor]

iPhone rumor and leak season is well and truly underway. For the next few weeks and months you can expect a deluge of new speculation, leaks and rumor mill spinning. Today, a report from Chinese site, WeiFeng, purports that the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 model could become the first Apple smartphone to come equipped with 128GB of storage. It’s not the first…

16GB iPod touch gets new colors, iSight camera and price drop

Remember the iPod? It still exists, and Apple would still very much like you to continue buying them. Today, the company quietly updated its iPod touch lineup to offer more features on the 16GB and bring the price point down to a more affordable level. Previously, the 16GB iPod touch was only available in a black/silver coloring. Now you get the…