Recent negotiations between Apple and BMW weren't connected to developing a car, a BMW spokesman has said, citing discussions between the two parties as part of "regular talks."
Apple’s customer service is tops. Go into any Apple Store, and a Genius will be happy to assist you with even the most trivial of technical support problems. I bet the guy on the other end of this call from … Read more ›
SAN FRANCISCO — After his best friend deemed it impossible to make a fun game using the oversaturated staples of mobile gaming — match three, tower defense and zombies — indie developer Jake Sones made a bet. Now Sones and … Read mo...
What do you do as a second act after creating one of the most beautiful iOS games in history? If you’re Ustwo, the devs behind the Cult of Mac favorite Monument Valley, the answer is simple: you redesign the car … Read more ›
German carmaker BMW on Thursday denied that its discussions with Apple involved developing an electric car, according to Reuters. German automotive magazine Auto Motor und Sport reported hours earlier that Apple and BMW were in close...Show More Summary
Apple has applied for a patent for a method of waterproofing the internal components of ‘computing devices.’ The application, filed last year but only published today, does not name any specific devices, but the iPhone would be the most logical candidate … We’re sure you know our patent disclaimer by heart by now: Apple files […]
Tucked away at the bottom of the WSJ’s report on the often-postponed iPad Pro was a single sentence that, if correct, suggests that Apple could announce the 12-inch MacBook Air as early as Monday. While suppliers are gearing up to ship the new 12-inch MacBook Air in large quantities in the second quarter, Apple’s launch schedule remains unclear, the people […]
And it's expected to have the high resolution Retina display. The post 12-inch Macbook Air expected to launch next quarter appeared first on AppleTell.
Reports claim an announcement could come from Google at Google I/O in May. The post Google said to add iPhone support to Android Wear appeared first on AppleTell.
Here’s a tidbit that may tickle iPad lovers’ fancy. Or not. It depends on what you want for your next iPad. We just might get an iPad Pro that can support USB sticks, a mouse, and maybe even a keyboard. It’s not that the iPad Pro is fresh news. We’ve heard about the rumors about The post iPad Pro With USB Ports on Its Way? appeared first on Apple Gazette.
Two bits of news have emerged for anyone excited about Apple’s upcoming 12-inch+ iPad Pro. Sources from the Chinese supply chain suggest that the tablet will come equipped with Oxide LCD display technology, while a separate report from the Wall … Read more ›
A U.S. patent application published on Thursday reveals Apple is actively researching ways to make its products resistant to moisture, a feature sometimes attributed to "active" smartphone models marketed by competing smartphone manufacturers.
Despite rumors earlier this week suggesting the 12-inch Retina MacBook Air could see a launch during Apple's upcoming March 9 media event, The Wall Street Journal tonight released a report indicating the notebook won't be shipping until Q2 2015. Show More Summary
While rumors surrounding Apple's purported 12-inch MacBook Air have died down amid Apple Watch hype, a new report on Wednesday claims partner manufacturers have already started mass production of the device in preparation of a second quarter launch.
Following reports that claimed Apple was forced to push back its production timeline for a larger 12.9-inch iPad, new rumors suggest the company is looking to incorporate USB 3.0 connectivity and possibly ports for keyboards and a mouse.
Following up on today’s report that the 12.9-inch iPad has been pushed back to September, the Wall Street Journal claims tonight that the hardware features for the device are still in flux. According to this latest rumor, Apple is considering adding USB 3.0 ports to the tablet to allow users to connect external devices. We’ve […]
Following up on a report from earlier today claiming Apple has pushed back its plans for the so-called "iPad Pro", asking suppliers to begin production in September rather than this quarter, The Wall Street Journal weighs in with its...Show More Summary
Apple has singled out Greater China--including mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan--as a primary growth center. AppleInsider took a trip to learn more, starting with a week exploring Taiwan.
Give your cat a less intrusive (and toasty) alternative to your laptop keyboard. The post Cat Tech: Hot Keys is the world’s first USB-powered cat bed appeared first on AppleTell.
HBO is currently in talks to bring their standalone streaming service to Apple TVs next month. HBO is moving quickly in an effort to the get the new service to launch with the premiere of the fifth season of their hit show,. They are...Show More Summary