Apple shocked the industry with 64-bit support within the A7 processor and iPhone 5S. Less of a shock but also surprising the M7 motion co-processor opens up opportunities for future low-power companion devices as the company begins to focus on fashion as a market ripe for wearables, such as…
Apple CEO inspired by The Fancy for iPad Apple Store app?
Great speculation clads the question: “When will Apple [AAPL] introduce the iPhone 5?” I’ve been gazing at the crystal ball, talking to astrologers, seeking the wisdom of soothsayers and looking at my iCal calendar to estimate the date: October 2, or October 16. READ MORE.
Apple’s [AAPL] iPhone 5 could be the most important smartphone release since the original iPhone, with the world watching to see if its introduction will help beat Samsung down from what Strategy Analytics and ABI Research agree is that firm’s number one position in the global mobile phone biz. READ MORE
Very interesting series of reasons the fanbois and Apple-haters shouldn’t begin shooting their load just yet: “I’m really not expecting the iPhone 5 launch will take place during the Apple[AAPL] WWDC event this June. I don’t really think it was ever planned. Here’s three reasons why you shouldn’t hold your breath:” READ […]
AT&T has introduced new deals for future iPhone users, even as Apple CEO, Steve Jobs offered some respect to the carrier for its work so far…while declining comment on claims the partners may abandon their special relationship. These new iPhone data deals are set to come into effect on June […]
This clip shows you how to get Android running on your iPhone. In this case a first generation Apple iPhone running the Linux kernel and Google’s Android mobile operating system. Details and source code available at http://linuxoniphone.blogspot.com
There’s a few days to go until Apple’s annual WWDC event in San Francisco, and it looks more likely than ever the company will use the event to introduce the iPhone 4HD and to reveal more of its wider product strategy — as this morning we learn that Spanish mobile […]
Apple have done great things, says Microsoft boss, before disappearing into a sea of buzzword-laden waffle.
Want to run Flash on your iPhone? There’s an app for that… It isn’t Flash