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WWDC 2012 keynote details confirmed: 10 a.m. PT on June 11th

Only a short while after releasing the full schedule for WWDC 2012, Apple has updated it with information regarding the main event: the opening keynote. Each year it is THE presentation we all look forward to the most. In previous years we’ve seen new versions of the iPhone announced and launched at the Keynote. However unlikely that may be this year,…

Will the 3D maps in iOS 6 look like this?

If you have been following the rumor mill lately then you might recall a rumor that Apple is looking to dropping Google’s map in favor of its own proprietary maps application that it has been developing. Thanks to BGR, there are now some pictures as to what Apple’s map application might look like. Boy Genius Report got some pictures from a source inside…

Rumor: iPhone 5 back panel leaked, and for sale

Any rumor regarding the next iPhone should be taken with a pinch of salt, even if it is a leaked part. That said, it’s not often that leaked components and parts turn up for fictional devices. iFixYouri and 9to5Mac have come across this interesting piece, which is supposedly the 6th generation iPhone’s back and sides. It’s all one piece, strengthened…

Rumor: Thunderbolt on next-gen iPhone? I certainly hope so

If you use a new generation Macbook then you’ll know that Thunderbolt isn’t referring to Thor’s weapon of choice. Thunderbolt is a data transfer system that Apple developed with Intel that is capable of transferring data at speeds up to 10gbps. On a computer that’s fast, but could you imagine those sort of speeds on a phone? According to a report from…

WWDC 2012 schedule and official app released

If you’ve been looking forward to WWDC like I do every year, then this news is for you. WWDC (worldwide developers conference) has been the place where Apple has previewed past iOS versions and many other iDevice related info. It’s one of the biggest weeks in tech, right next to the iPhone launch. Well now we know when to have our eyes open. Apple has…

App Watch: Scalado PhotoBeamer sends your iPhone images to any browser

Early this morning I received an interesting email from a company called Scalado. I’d never heard of them, and was tempted to do the usual: trash the email. We get so many, that it’s tough to keep up with the stuff that’s genuinely groundbreaking or unique. This latest one certainly ticks the right boxes. PhotoBeamer can beam images to any display…

Angry Birds credit cards are flying to Russia

When Angry Birds first came out it, I didn’t think it would become as popular as it did. I don’t think anyone would have been surprised if the excitement simply died down after a couple weeks. It definitely would not have been the first app to lose interest in the widespread app war. It certainly came as a huge shock when months came and went, and Angry…

4 more things iOS 6 should include

Last week I my iOS 6 wish list but, since the article went live, I’ve noticed a few other aspects of the operating system that could do with an improvement. So, without further ado, here’s my iOS 6 wish list part 2. 1. Cancel button – It’s slightly unbelievable that, in an age where our iPhones can do basically whatever we want them to, we can’t…

Rumor: Apple’s new MacBook Pro orders hurting suppliers

  Apple must think that their new MacBook Pro is going to be big, because according to rumor-starter DigiTimes, there are labor shortages in China where they are beginning full scale production of Apple’s next-gen laptop. Some sources are saying that the manufacturers are having to outsource some of their parts in order to meet the “strong orders…

Rumor: Apple starting production of prototype television set?

This rumor will never go away it seems, so hopefully that means it holds some truth. Apple has reportedly began preparing and producing some test pieces, or prototypes, of its rumored Apple Television set (not to be confused with the currently available Apple TV). This news is coming from China Business News, which they claim to have found through…