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Apple to release OS X Yosemite public beta later this month

At WWDC, Apple said that it will release a public beta of Yosemite sometime this summer, which will mark the first time Apple has released a public beta of a new OS X version in over a decade. Apple is planning to release the OS X Yosemite public beta later this month, according to 9to5Mac’s sources. Apple released a Developer Preview of Yosemite…

Apple agrees to $400 million settlement over ebook price-fixing

Apple has agreed to pay in the region of $450 million USD over claims that it conspired with publishers to fix the prices of ebooks and stifle competition in the market. Since the case began in April 2012, Apple has been forced to settle with all five publishers involved in the controversy, costing the fruity company around $166 million.  The settlement…

Apple and IBM join forces to push iOS in enterprise

Apple and IBM announced yesterday that the two companies will be joining forces in a new partnership to “transform enterprise mobility”. In a move that aims to combine IBM’s enterprise nouse and Apple’s device and user experience savvy, the partnership includes industry-specific solutions like dedicated apps for iPhone and iPad, cloud services…

Inateck BP2001 10W Bluetooth stereo speaker [Review]

You definitely cannot go wrong with this beautifully designed Bluetooth speaker made by Inateck. The first thing I noticed when I opened the box was how attractive this speaker really is. It’s small enough to carry around with you (especially if you’re a frequent traveller), yet large enough to hold a good set of quality speakers. This device…

Apple hits back at Chinese state media claim that the iPhone is a threat to national security

Apple has released a statement on its Chinese website titled “Your Location Privacy”, following claims made by Chinese State media that the iPhone is a threat to national security. State controlled Chinese Central Television hit out at the iPhone’s “Frequent Location” function. This feature allows the iPhone to quickly determine a users whereabouts with…

iWatch production could be delayed until November

A note to investores issued by KGI Securities has today warned that the production of the iWatch may be delayed until November. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo initially estimated that the product would begin production in September, however he has now changed his estimates, claiming that the project may be a much more complex product to produce. His report claims…

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…

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…