Not that you need an excuse, do you? We all had been looking forward to the special event that Apple recently held, and I don’t know about you, but the livestreaming factor added to the excitement. I even battled with my eyelids, which seemed to have a will of their own, just so I could […]
If you’ve just recently purchased the “New iPad” then Apple’s recent announcement of the iPad 4 will have definitely put your panties in a bunch. Apple’s getting a lot of flak for introducing a new version of it’s top selling tablet just seven months after releasing what is now essentially just an “interim” iteration of […]
Thin is in. That seemed to be the prevailing message at Apple’s final media event in 2012, which just ended a short while ago. Apple showed off new, razor-thin iMacs, a 13″ MacBook Pro with Retina Display, and the long-awaited iPad Mini. Here’s a complete rundown of everything you need to know.
The stage is set for Apple’s next media event, taking place on Tuesday at the California Theatre in San Jose. Is the iPad Mini imminent?
The rumors have been flying for weeks, and today Apple made it official: The iPad Mini will be announced at a media event on October 23rd.
When Apple purchased C3 Technologies to make use of their realistic 3D mapping system, C3 already had a number of major world cities mapped. So why have some of them been left out of Apple Maps‘ big debut?
One place Google cannot top Apple is in the elegance of design. Design has always been the trump card in Apple’s back pocket, and it’s every bit as true with Apple Maps. And I’ll prove it.
Since Apple isn’t publishing a list of all the 3D cities in its snazzy “Flyover” mode in Apple Maps, we’ve compiled the most complete list available — more than 60 3D cities in all.
Everyone knows the iPad is terrific for drawing, decent for word processing, and fantastic for photo editing. But what else can you make with your Apple tablet? These seven answers are guaranteed to surprise you.
At a press event in Santa Monica today, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos threw his hat into the ring in the war on iPad’s dominance of the tablet market, with the announcement of a 8.9″ Kindle Fire HD.