Apple has just scheduled an event for 9 March 2015 and while the invitation did not mention what it’s for, I guess the answer is pretty obvious. Scheduled to be released in April 2015, an event for early March sounds like the perfect timing to get the ball rolling for the Apple Watch.
Apple has been ordered to pay US$532.9 million (about RM1.9 Billion) to Smartflash LLC, a holding company that does nothing but sue others for infringing its patents. In this case, the ruling came after a Texan Jury found that Apple’s iTunes infringes patents concerning digital rights management and data storage.
Most Windows users out there would be familiar with the need to install patches through Windows Update from time to time. Even though not all of them are made to fix the operating system as they could be drivers and Windows’s own anti-malicious software, the amount of patches that users need to apply from time […]
Android Wear devices, as its name suggests, only works with Android devices; until now. A developer by the name of MohammadAG has successfully paired his Motorola Moto 360 with his Apple iPhone 6. The best part? The iPhone didn’t even need to be jailbroken.
Originally, Apple wanted its Watch to work as a health-monitoring device. Among the things that the Watch was planned to track were heart rate, blood pressure, and even stress levels. However, current technologies just cannot fulfil Apple’s ambitions yet.
This particular MacBook Air took its name a little bit too literally. Pilot and Reddit user, Carl (or av80r as his name appears on Reddit), dropped his 2011 MacBook Air from 1,000 feet at 200kmph when he forgotten to do the proper pre-takeoff checks before taking off on his light aircraft that resulted in the […]
A woman sits before a rack of what appears to be dozens of iPhone 5Cs all set to the Apple App Store. This image has been circulating around social media claiming to be a ranking manipulation service that allows developers to pay to boost their work into the top ten free apps.
Apple has been discovered to have taken extra precautions to prevent leaks about the iPhone 6 from happening last year. Cupertino required accessory makers, often a source for leaks, to sign a new agreement that prevents them from seeking out information about new Apple devices. Which has also been interpreted as preventing them from reading […]
Dislike Apple’s iPhotos app on your Mac? You’re not alone, and it looks like Apple has a fix for that. The Cupertino company is working on a brand new Photos app for Mac users, that brings over several features from Photos on iOS, with a lot more to offer than before.
iPhone clones have always been associated with low-end specifications and sub-par software, but the Dakele 3 is markedly different. Unlike the iPhone 6, this particular clone actually has sapphire glass display that was previously promised by Apple.
Several minivans with camera equipment strapped to the top have been spotted driving around San Francisco. The vehicles have been confirmed as belonging to Apple, although nobody is sure what they are doing by driving around with all those sensors.
Apple’s plans for Beats are now clear; the company is building a new music streaming service based on Beats Music. It will be integrated into iTunes, and the rest of the Apple eco-system; and more surprisingly, an app will be made available for Android.
Developers for Apple’s iTunes had several hours of confusion as an error in the login system sent them into random accounts. No damage has been reported as a result of the problem, although iTunes Connect and TestFlight had to be taken down for several hours.
Samsung Electronics has posted its earnings for the fourth quarter of 2014, and the news looks less than convincing. The company made some 5.29 trillion Won (about RM158.87 quadrillion) in profit, although that was down from the 8.31 trillion Won (about RM249.56 quadrillion) earned last year. This stands in stark contrast with its nearest rival […]
Earlier today, Apple announced its financial results for its fiscal 2015 first quarter that ended in 27 December 2014. The company reports US$74.6 billion in revenue earning and US$18 billion in profit in the past 3 months. If you’re not familiar with the numbers, it’s very, very impressive, and it’s mainly thanks to iPhone sales, […]
If you’re a Mac or iOS user, it’s time to give your device an update because Apple recently released the Mac OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 and iOS 8.1.3 update that features bug fixes and more.
Most of us are aware of the rather weird dimple on the back of the Nexus 6, but ex-Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside has revealed that it was meant to be a fingerprint sensor. This indicates that even Google considered incorporating the technology that was made popular by Apple.
A South Korean newspaper has reported that Samsung has signed a deal to provide the new generation iPhone processors. Under the agreement, the South Korean manufacturer will provide Apple with 75-percent of its needs; although there is no word on who will be supplying the rest of the processors.
The Chinese government has managed to convince Apple to turn over their source code to assuage fears of secret backdoors and spying. This brings many years of pressure from the government to an end, although the move could have also have been prompted by US whistleblower Edward Snowden’s comments about the iPhone last week.