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Blog Profile / The Apple Blog


URL :http://theappleblog.com/
Filed Under:Technology Industry News / Apple
Posts on Regator:5966
Posts / Week:17.1
Archived Since:February 17, 2008

Blog Post Archive

While everyone wants the next Apple blockbuster, old product categories need fresh new ideas too

Looking at Apple's existing products, products that have been around ten years or more, you can still find opportunities for improvement, innovation, and a chance to redefine how the world perceives technology.

Apple will reportedly unveil “end-to-end” OS X redesign at WWDC

Apple will focus on Mac OS X at its upcoming developer's conference on June 2, according to a new report.

Apple earnings: $45.6 billion in revenue, $10.2 billion in profits

Apple on Wednesday reported first-quarter revenues of $45.6 billion and profits of $10.2 billion. It sold 43 million iPhones and 16 million iPads.

Another day, another ridiculous cloud storage deal

iDrive is now offering iPhone and iPad users 100GB of storage for 99 cents. For the year. Meanwhile, 50GB worth of Apple iCloud weighs in at $100 per year.

Viber launches new polished apps for iOS 7 and BlackBerry 10

Viber's new look for iOS 7 isn't just cosmetic. It's added a handful of new features such as multi-photo messaging and block lists. It's also finally supporting BlackBerry's latest OS.

Windows Phone 8.1 works with Apple Passbook data (but for how long?)

Looks like there's one more feature in the developer preview of Windows Phone 8.1: Support for Apple Passbook files. These are appearing directly in Microsoft Wallet, so how did Microsoft manage this and will the feature continue to be available?

Could Android really be more stable then iOS?

Taking into account just how much of an impact iOS 7 had on developers, one can believe that Android is more stable than iOS.

Hands-on: Office for the iPad

iPad users now have top-of-the-line office productivity software now that MIcrosoft has finally released Office for iPad. It was worth the wait.

Apple wants to make it safer to text and walk with transparent texting

A patent application shows a way to put text messages over live video so you can still see where you’re going as you’re walking around.

Open Garden retools its crowdsourced mesh technology for an iOS messaging app

Open Garden is now on iOS, but instead of enticing iPhone and iPad users to share their internet connections, it's inviting them to share conversation.

Apple wins lawsuit over faulty iMac screens

Consumers who had problems with the screens of their 27 inch iMacs are out of luck after a judge threw out a proposed class action.

Report: Apple to launch a cheaper 8GB iPhone 5c on March 18

Apple is expected to launch an 8GB model of its iPhone 5c handset as early as tomorrow, based on a Monday report from Engadget. The site has an alleged document from O2 Germany suggesting the entry-level edition will cost 60 Euros less than the current 16 […]

Strava unifies running and cycling apps; adds new audio updates, social features

Strava's running and cycling apps are no more. Sorta. The company merged the two together for iOS and Android, bringing new features at the same time in a huge app update.

Apple might create a standalone iTunes Radio app for iOS 8

The company is reportedly breaking its popular music streaming app out into its own standalone app.

Apple shrinks iPhone return window to 14 days

Apple quietly updated its return policy with a much shorter window of time in which to return a new iPhone.

Tipbit snags $4M to make your iPhone experience more productive

The company plans to hire new engineers and UI experts as Tipbit aims to bring its app to the iPad and, eventually, to Android devices.

Got a Sprint iPhone 5? You can now activate it on Ting and save money

Until now, the only iPhones you could bring to Ting and save money on service were the 4 and 4s. Now you can activate a Sprint-compatible iPhone 5 on Ting, which has unique plans and flexibility.

Hotspot 2.0 inches its way into public Wi-Fi networks

Two years after being promised seamless connections to public Wi-Fi networks, my iPhone made its first Hotspot 2.0 handshake. It's a long time coming, but carriers and wireless ISPs are finally starting to deploy the technology.

Goodbye pokey Inbox refresh: Gmail for iOS gains background updates

Google announced a Gmail for iOS update on Wednesday that should virtually eliminate manually refreshing your Inbox on an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. The software now supports background refreshing so messages are pre-fetched and synchronized. Users will have to enable the background refresh function after […]

Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer to retire

Apple’s senior vice president and CFO Peter Oppenheimer will retire at the end of September.

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