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'iPhone 6 Frame' Shown in New Photos Unlikely to Be Genuine

Earlier today, Chinese site <i>C Technology</i> posted a pair of photos of what was claimed to be an internal frame for Apple's next-generation iPhone, a device said to be carrying a display measuring at least 4.7 inches, significantly larger than the current 4-inch standard for Apple's most recent …

iPhone 6 Rear Camera to Retain 8-Megapixel Sensor, Offer Improved Image Stabilization?

iPhone camera module supplier Largan Precision saw its stock take a significant dip yesterday amid rumors that Apple will not be upgrading the resolution of the rear camera for the iPhone 6 later this year, reports <i>The China Post</i>.<p>The report cites analysts from Nomura Securities who indicate that …

China: Looming iPhone Price War To Boost Apple

Chinese media are buzzing with anticipation as dominant mobile carrier <b>China Mobile</b> (HKEx: 941; NYSE: CHL) prepares to finally offer the latest iPhones for its network next week, after becoming the last of the country’s 3 telcos to sign a deal with <b>Apple</b> (Nasdaq: AAPL). The move will almost certainly …

Pegatron will make half of iPhone 6 supplies, says sketchy rumor

Pegatron, which currently makes the iPhone 5c and iPad mini, is said to be gearing up to make around half of the production run of the iPhone 6 expected to be launched in the fall. It’s a pretty sketchy rumor, based on an anonymous source cited by Taiwanese site <i>Liberty Times</i>, but it is a plausible …

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Apple patents a hover touch sensor and heart rate monitor for smartphones

Apple is getting closer to having you interact with your iPhone without even touching it.<p>Apple today received U.S. Patent No. 8,614,693, which describes a method for accurately determining user interactions with touchscreens for touch and hover events (bringing your finger close to a screen but not …

The Apple iPhone 5c Review: The Mid-Range Wolf Disguised In Polycarbonate

While it is not quite a curate’s egg, Apple’s mid-range iPhone 5c is a well-balanced evolution of the iPhone 5 that makes some safe choices without endangering the brand. There are some small improvements over last year’s iPhone 5 hardware, notably the update to iOS7. Apple has bundled even more …

iOS 7.1 likely to unlock Apple’s upcoming iOS in the Car feature

In July, we reported that Apple was already at work on iOS 7.1 and that it would build in support for the upcoming iOS in the Car feature:<p>We also understand that Apple is already at work on a point update (perhaps iOS 7.1 or 7.2), and this new version will begin building in support for iOS in the …

'Iconic' Is A New Coffee Table Book About All Things Apple

Apple fans have been accused of many things. Being quiet about their love for all things Apple isn’t one of them. One of those fans is Jonathan Zufi, …

Radio Shack to offer iPhone 5c buyers $50 off

We've received word from Radio Shack that starting Saturday, October 5th, customers who buy an iPhone 5c will receive a $50 gift card that they can …

How to create, personalize, and find your Apple Music radio stations

Beats 1 is just one part of Apple Music's radio experience: You can also create, listen to, and personalize semi-automated radio stations to your …

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Apple May Be Working With Quanta Computer on Larger iPad

Apple is continuing development of its rumored larger-sized iPad and working with supplier Quanta Computer, reports Chinese site <i>United Daily News</i> (via <i>Mac Otakara</i>) [Google Translation]. The report from <i>United Daily News</i> refers to the larger tablet as a 12-inch device, but rumors from <i>The Wall Street</i> …

Microsoft To Offer Cash For Your iPhone With Trade-In Program

Microsoft really, really, <i>really</i> wants you to ditch Apple products for its own – so much that in addition to the iPad buyback program it launched a few weeks ago, the company will start buying your iPhones for cash beginning this Friday. The program will offer consumers a minimum of $200 for an …

AppleCare+ Now Covers Travelers’ iPhones, iPads, iPods In Any Country Where It’s Offered

Apple made a change to its AppleCare+ plans recently, around the time that the new iPhones were announced. It now allows you to get your iPhone, iPad, or iPods serviced in any country that offers AppleCare+, not just your home locale.<p>This change means that if you’re traveling with your device, …

Long time ad ally Nissan teams up with Apple as exclusive automotive partner for iTunes Radio

Nissan announced this week that they would be Apple’s exclusive automative advertising partner for iTunes radio. As they did with the original iAd launch in 2010 (below), Nissan has created new ads for Apple’s platform and will be the sole car manufacturer to do so through the end of 2013.<p>Nissan …

India's Gold Fetish Translates Into Frenzied Build-Up For Apple's Gold-Colored iPhone

Sumit Chopra, who oversees an Apple iPhone distributor in the affluent Punjab region in northern India, is a celebrity of sorts these days. He is on the speed dial of politicians, singers, movie stars and rich businessmen who are all calling him with one question: When can we lay our hands on the …

iOS 7 To iPhones With Non-Standard Cables: No Juice For You

Is your iPhone charger acting up? Your recent upgrade to iOS 7 may be to blame.<p>Some Apple users are receiving the following warning message when they connect a device to its charger: “This cable or accessory is not certified and may not work reliably with this iPhone.” As a side effect, the charger …

Apple extends AppleCare+ for iOS devices to cover travelers to other countries

Apple has quietly extended the coverage under its AppleCare+ protection plan for IPhones, iPods, and iPads to allow users to get service and support in any country that the service is available, not just in their home country, as was previously the case. <i>TechCrunch</i> first noted the change in Apple's …

New iPhones hit nine regional U.S. carriers on October 1st

While the iPhone was available from the four main U.S. carriers from 20th September, those who want to stick with smaller regional carriers have so far had to wait. 1st October is now known to be the magic date for nine carriers, with others expected to announce shortly.<p>The nine companies who have …

Apple wins iPhone trademark case in Brazil

Apple has won the right to use the name "iPhone" in Brazil, promising to bring an end to a 6-year-old battle over the trademark in South America's largest country. A court ruled that Brazilian consumer electronics firm Gradiente, which began selling an "iphone" last year that runs on Android, must …

iPhone and iPad users report severe motion sickness while using iOS 7

Apple's new design style in iOS 7 has had plenty of detractors, but some may have genuine cause for complaint: the zooming and parallax animations across the new operating system have been giving some users bad cases of motion sickness. "The zoom animations ... are literally making me nauseous and …

Apple's Jony Ive and Craig Federighi on iOS 7, collaboration, and Tim Cook as a leader

<i>Bloomberg Businessweek</i> recently had the rare opportunity to sit down with three of Apple's top executives: CEO Tim Cook, design chief Jony Ive, and software head Craig Federighi. We've already touched on some of Cook's comments, including his belief that Nokia was foiled by its inability to …

Apple’s iCloud is no safe haven for some iTunes purchases

Advertisement<p>28 Comments<p>With today’s devices, there simply is not enough room to store a sizable music library and have enough space left over to do …

Apple increases Mac mini pricing in multiple countries

Alongside the new iMacs, Apple has silently raised the prices of all Mac mini models in both Australia and Brazil. In Australia, the prices were formerly A$699 and A$899 for the standard configurations, and the Mac mini Server model was priced at A$ 1,099.00. Now, the machines are priced at A$749, …

Los Angeles may halt iPad rollout because students are using them for fun

A Los Angeles high school has halted the use of iPads at home after students bypassed restrictions on web browsing. The school-issued iPads are part of a deal with Apple where 47 campuses across Los Angeles will issue as many as 640,000 iPads by the end of 2014. After just a week since the first …

The slow-moving iPhone 5C just got even cheaper—at least in China

Despite all the talk about the iPhone 5C being Apple’s great multi-hued hope, reports so far indicate that the marginally more expensive iPhone 5S is outselling it by a factor of four to one. British operators report a glut of the cheaper phones (while worrying about a shortage of the fancier …

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Production analysis disputes claims of 5s outselling 5c; forecasts combined sales of 50-55M in Q4

KGI’s Mingchi Kuo, an analyst with an excellent track record, has disputed an earlier suggestion by web analytics company Localytics that the iPhone 5s is outselling the 5c three-to-one, suggesting that actual sales are closer to 50/50 – with 5c sales actually likely to be somewhat higher.<p>KGI …

Yes, Apple Is Back In The Disruption Business

Today’s superstar businesses are device companies, integrating hardware, software, services and connection. We don’t get much chance to stop and think what that new product model means to how you do R&D, product development and innovation. But Apple is showing us. While we were fixated on hardware, …

Apple hit with $3 million damages in Japanese iPod click wheel dispute

Apple is no stranger to lawsuits targeting the iPhone and iPad, but over in Japan, it's the company's older iPod design that has landed it in hot water. <i>Kyodo News</i> reports that the Tokyo District Court ordered Apple to pay ¥300 million ($3.3 million) to Japanese inventor Norihiko Saito for …