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Apple iWatch not expected before 2014, wearable tech to replace the iPhone?

Analyst Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray is pretty well known in the tech world. Mostly because he likes to speculate about Apple products which may (or may not) ever become reality. He recently commented on a rumored partnership between Intel and Apple on a certain mythical iWatch, stating it was unlikely before 2014. What’s perhaps more interesting in…

Samsung forced to reveal sales figures in lawsuit versus Apple

While we were all celebrating and making merry over the festive period, Apple and Samsung were fighting out in court. The over-spill from the $1B decision back in the summer is nowhere near being tidied up, and the two are still at each other’s throats over the damages awarded and jury conduct. The main reason they’re both still in court is that Sammy…

Apple ditching Samsung in favor of TSMC for its A6/A6X processors in Q1 2013

Apple’s battle with Samsung is common knowledge by now, so it’s no surprise to hear that our favorite fruit company is looking to sever ties with its biggest competitor in every area possible. We’ve already seen evidence of Apple preferring Sharp, LG and AU Optronics for its display panels. The other main components produced by Sammy are the A-branded…

Cam Note iPhone scannable notepad – Hands On [VID]

Cam checks out Cam Note, the notebook which transforms scribbled notes in to a digital file once snapped using the companion app. It’s very neat. Product Link: http://www.camnote.com Cam on twitter: http://twitter.com/TiP_Cam TiP on Facebook: http://facebook.com/todaysiphone TiP on…

Evidence of iOS 7 and 7th gen iPhone testing appears in app usage logs

It’s a new year, bringing with it some new rumors and evidence pointing towards the next generation iPhone and its operating system. And – unlike supply chain sources – the best way to catch any real evidence of new devices is by digging in to usage logs. The report comes via TheNextWeb who were shown various clues by a variety of developers. One…

ThinkGeek reduces iCade Jr. Arcade Controller to $9.99

ThinkGeek has just lowered the price of its nerd-tacular iCade Jr. Arcade Controller from $49.99 to just $9.99. The Bluetooth iDevice controller works with iPhone 4/4S and iPod touch 4th gen devices, but should work with iPhone 5 if – and I quote – “you leave the top lid hinged back”. If you fancy being the hippest geek on the block, you can pick up your…