October is nearly at an end and it seems unlikely that Apple has anything in store, much less an October event. Such a moment for the Apple community was apparently borne out of a rumor due to the fact that Macs seem to be missing from Apple’s premiered devices back in September. Now, the chances […]
Next Monday Tim Cook, along with a number of other Apple execs, will take to the stage at the Moscone Center in San Francisco to address software developers at the 2015 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). The scheduled keynote address – which gets underway promptly at 1:00 PM Eastern time – will be the company’s first opportunity to show […]
I just discovered that there is such a thing as Global Accessibility Awareness Day, and I’m quite embarrassed about that fact, for I believe that accessibility is an integral part of technology today. The concept is applicable to the average user but is even more important for users who have impairments as well as the […]
Apple just held its much-anticipated October event during which it unveiled a host of new products, including refreshed iPads, an upgraded Mac Mini, and the first iMac with a Retina display. On the surface, there is a lot to get excited about from these new gadgets, and it is tough to not get caught up in […]
Sure, there were some pretty big announcements at Apple’s big event on Tuesday, and we’re all excited about getting our hands on a bigger iPhone and the Apple Watch, but there was still “One More Thing” that came after the band U2 played to close out the show that doesn’t feel quite right. Tim Cook […]
Woohoo! Obviously, I am a big U2 fan, and truth be told, my very first iPod was the U2 special edition with the band members’ signatures engraved in the back. That was unfortunately stolen, but my enthusiasm for Bono and the rest of the gang has not waned one bit. Source So every Apple enthusiast […]
The iTunes Festival at SXSW has come and gone, but we’re looking forward to the next big one. Since iTunes Festival was started, the event has become a much anticipated one, especially with lineups being improved all the time. Source We’ve got a couple of months or so till the iTunes Festival 2014, and we […]
Among, others, of course. Here’s a disclaimer: I used to dislike Coldplay because their music bored me to death. A couple of years ago, I suddenly found myself listening to them and enjoying it. Maybe I am getting old… Source Anyhow, Coldplay headlining the 2014 iTunes Festival should make some people happy, as the band does […]
Apple’s latest (and last of ’13?) keynote event unveiled the next-gen, ultra-thin, Mini-inspired “iPad Air.” But there was loads more revealed and shown off at this massive event. This is what you need to know.
Bearing the tagline “We still have a lot to cover,” Apple’s latest media invitations have been sent out, and they’re for the rumored iPad 5 event now confirmed for October 22nd.
There were no surprises at Apple’s annual iPhone upgrade event, a fairly low-key affair where the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C were unveiled. Here’s everything you need to know.
Apple hit the WWDC stage today with something to prove, impressing the crowd with an overhauled iOS, iTunes Radio, a stunning new Mac Pro, and loads more.
Reading between the lines of the big headlines from CES, there are five lessons and trends where the tech industry is tipping its hand regarding Apple. Even though Apple wasn’t at CES, here’s what the trade show teaches us about the Cupertino giant.
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.
Has Cupertino finally wised up to the fact that we Apple fans want to watch Keynote events live? Looks like, because they’re live-streaming today’s event online — and you have two ways of accessing it.