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Filed Under:Technology Industry News / Apple
Posts on Regator:6007
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Archived Since:February 17, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Apple’s Retina MacBook Pros get updates with doubled RAM and slightly faster processors

Apple has doubled the RAM in its Retina MacBook Pros across the entire line, while also adding slightly improved processors and price cuts for select models. Apple’s Retina MacBook Pros get updates with doubled RAM and slightly faster processors originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading….

Bose sues Beats over patents for noise-canceling headphones

Bose just fired a major shot across the bow of Apple-owned headphone-maker Beats, accusing it of infringing on five patents related to noise-reduction. Bose sues Beats over patents for noise-canceling headphones originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading….

It’s not just the iPhone 6 screens that will be bigger: Reported initial production will be too

Apple is asking suppliers for a record first production of its new iPhone says the WSJ. While last year's initial production run of iPhone 5s and 5c phones was in the 50 to 60 million range, Apple wants nearly 80 million bigger iPhones. It’s...Show More Summary

Cooking with my iPhone: A review of Supermechanical’s Range thermometers

We put Supermechanical's new iOS-connected cooking thermometers to the test and were impressed. It's Ember roasting thermometer and accompanying app combine the best elements of Silicon Valley design with actual kitchen utility.

Apple iPhone 6 may only launch in the 4.7-inch size this year

Production challenges for a 5.5-inch handset could see Apple launch just a single new iPhone model this year says one analyst. That's not necessarily a problem: Apple may not need to debut two larger iPhones for continued success.

How to keep in touch on long trips with your iPhone

When planning a trip with family and friends, keeping up with each member's last minute schedule changes can be time consuming. Using the following iOS tips will help by keeping everyone well informed during the event.

Leaked iPhone parts reportedly only provide a rough idea of the final design

The iPhone parts and shells currently available from shady Chinese vendors aren't totally accurate, but do give a good idea about what to expect from the newest iPhone, according to Japanese newspaper Nikkei.

How to move your music and photo libraries from one iOS device to another

Apple has done a pretty good job of getting your various media and photo libraries on to your iPod or iOS device. Getting them off is another matter entirely.

If Apple releases its own smart home hardware, think connected speakers and TVs

Apple is reportedly assembling a team of people to possibly, maybe build hardware for the smart home. If it does so, here are a few ideas for it.

Apple smart watch is coming, NYT profile of Tim Cook suggests

A new profile of Apple CEO Tim Cook suggests he is less hands-on with product development than his predecessor, Steve Jobs.

How to learn to play piano with a little help from your iPad

There are aspects about learning to play piano where the iPad can help, and there are others where it can hurt. The following will look at both sides and hopefully make learning a bit easier.

Apple reveals Euro power adapter overheating risk, launches exchange program

The company says that, in "rare cases", some power adapters sold with iPhones between 2009-2012 might overheat and pose a safety risk.

Starbucks US menu updated to include wireless phone charging

Customers in two trial areas must have drank up enough wireless charging juice to satisfy Starbucks: The coffee house will include recharging mats in all of its U.S. stores in a continued partnership with Powermat.

A first video look at iPad split-screen multitasking

There are a lot of references to iPad split-screen multitasking in the iOS 8 SDK, according to developers.

Apple’s talks with the FDA provide further evidence for a wearable device

A memo obtained through FOIA shows that Apple talked to the FDA last December about what triggers regulation.

Reports: Yes, the long-rumored Apple wearable device is coming this October

Sources have suggested to both Recode and Nikkei that Apple will hold a special event this October to launch its smartwatch.

Non-Safari iPhone browsers will soon have access to Apple’s full-speed Javascript engine

One of the most obvious drawbacks of Apple’s approach to iOS development has been the fact that no browser except for Safari could tap into Apple’s fastest Javascript engine. Not only did this decision prevent standalone browser apps like Chrome from running at full speed, it also hampered […]

iOS 8 includes a new location-aware lock screen button

Apple's new operating system prompts you to open certain apps when you are in the right location. So if you're in Starbucks, you'll see a Starbucks logo in the bottom left hand corner of your lock screen.

Marvell outfits its chips for the internet of things

Marvell has designed silicon and software for the internet of things that indicates which features and vendors will be important in the years to come. Surprise. It's a Zigbee fan.

Is Apple now allowing bitcoin apps? Reports suggest change to virtual currency policy

A change to Apple's terms of service suggest a possible thaw in the company's long-standing hostility to virtual currencies.

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