Tag Archives: Online

Apple TV gains its own section in Apple online store

Heading on over to store.apple.com will present you with more than just some new Valentine’s Day decorations; in fact, it will show you an entirely new section in the top bar. That’s right, there are now five ”product lines” on Apple’s online store: Mac, iPad, iPhone, iPod, and…wait for it…Apple TV. The Apple TV has, as Mark Gurman of 9to5Mac put it,…

iPhone 5s shipping times drop again, down to just 3-5 days

Anyone who has looked at purchasing an iPhone 5s over the past month and a half or so knows that the phone has been backordered since it was launched in September. The phone was becoming known as being one of the toughest iPhones for users to get their hands on, as the devices were often backordered for weeks through Apple’s online store. Until…

In-store pickup for iPhone 5s returns to Apple.com

After online stock sold out with ridiculous speed, and shipping times for the iPhone 5s slipped back in to October, Apple started offering reservations for in-store pickup. Soon afterwards, Apple pulled the services. We’re presuming it was down to limited stock. But, that’s not important anymore. The service is back online. If you live in the States,…

Developer Center is back online after hacking attempt

As you probably know by now, Apple’s Developer Center has been offline for just over a week, and earlier this week the company itself confirmed that the Developer Center had been taken down due to a hacking attempt. While a security researcher claimed that he was responsible for the take-down of the site, Apple would not go into details, and just…

iPad leads the way in online commerce traffic

Is this news really any surprise? If so, it shouldn’t be. Yet another year, and yet again another chart saying the iPad leads in online commerce traffic. Sure, it dropped a few points, but in the grand scheme of things, those points aren’t very much. Almost 9 of every 10 users that visit an e-commerce site are doing some from an iPad. Android tablets took…

Petition to end Verizon contracts gains attention

While T-Mobile is pushing its new “Un-carrier” plans that appeal to customers and make them happy, it appears as if Verizon is taking a much different approach. Just last week, Verizon confirmed that it was ending its early upgrade program. Today, an online petition calling for an end to Verizon’s contracts (and urging the carrier to take on a T-Mobile…

Miss your Apple II? Buy this beautiful schematic to help reminisce

If you’re a classic computer lover, this is quite the accessory for your wall. City Prints has a new line of prints that consists of classic computer schematics. Two of these are what caught our attention. Included in the offerings are schematics for the Apple I and Apple II, among the others (which includes Atari, Commodore 64, Nintendo, or Genesis)….