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Apple TV promotion and upcoming iTunes Festival wipe out store stock, still available for shipping

The Apple TV is showing up as ‘Unavailable for pickup’ at Apple Stores across the U.S., with one NY store we called saying that in-store stocks had been exhausted by demand created by the promotion offering $25 iTunes credit with every purchase, along with that generated by the upcoming London iTunes festival. Apple has been promoting the music festival […]

Another purported 'iPhone 6' document suggests Apple may offer 128GB model

Apple's next iPhone could be the company's highest-capacity handset yet, with new documents suggesting the company could offer a whopping 128 gigabytes of capacity in its so-called "iPhone 6."

128GB iPhone 6? Leaked schematics suggest it may happen

  Geekbar’s Weibo account just posted (via G4Games) schematics which appear to show an iPhone 6 model with 128GB of NAND Flash storage. The images, above and another below, show that Apple may finally blow out the storage on the iPhone and bring it in line with the iPad Air. It also presents the question […]

Apple invention helps iPhone users find their parked car despite poor cell, GPS reception

A pair of Apple patent applications discovered on Thursday describe a system that automatically determines when and where a user parks their car and can later direct them back to the vehicle without requiring a data connection or GPS signal.

New Photos Claim to Show Various Internal Parts from iPad Air 2

New photos shared by French Apple news website iPhonote (Google Translate) claim to show a number of components for the upcoming iPad Air 2, including the device's GPS antenna, microphone, and Wi-Fi module. While previous leaks haveShow More Summary

iMessage “being taken over by spammers,” accounts for almost a third of mobile spam

Security company Cloudmark claims that almost a third of mobile spam messages are now being sent via iMessage thanks to the ease with which they can be sent from a Mac, reports Wired. Thanks to one particularly aggressive campaign from a junk mailer, [iMessage spam] accounts for more than 30 percent of all mobile spam messages [...] […]

Purported 'iPad Air 2' flex cables revealed in new photos

In what could be the first images of internal components destined for Apple's iPad Air refresh, fresh photos out of the Far East reportedly show a batch of flex cables including easily recognizable antennas for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and ...

New Research Claims iMessage Accounts for 30% of Mobile Spam Messages

iMessage is responsible for more than 30% of all spam messages on mobile devices, according to research done by security expert Tom Landesman and anti-spam company Cloudmark (via Wired). The researcher notes that there are multiple reasons...Show More Summary

Walmart discounts 16GB iPhone 5c to 97 cents, 16GB iPhone 5s to $79 for 90 days

Walmart on Wednesday announced an aggressive 90-day iPhone sale that shaves $20 off Apple's 16GB iPhone 5s and about $28 off the 16GB iPhone 5c, bringing the latter model's up-front cost down to less than a dollar.

Flappy Bird creator’s newest addictive game hits the App Store

Dong Nguyen took a leave of absence after he discovered that his hit game, Flappy Bird, was ruining peoples’ lives with its addictiveness. Now he’s back with with what looks to be an equally addictive and even more difficult game, … Read more ›

Walmart temporarily cuts 16 GB iPhone 5c price to $.97, iPhone 5s now $79

  Walmart has cut the prices of both of the current iPhone models substantially in what looks like some early prep for the iPhone 6, which is expected next month. As noted by Engadget, you’ll be able to get the 16 GB model of the iPhone 5c for only $.97. No, that’s not a typo. […]

Save $75 on a new iPad Air at Best Buy’s one-day sale

Save another $50 if you have a student discount. The post Save $75 on a new iPad Air at Best Buy’s one-day sale appeared first on AppleTell.

Tesla to allow iPhone to start Model S without key/fobs with v6.0 update

Tesla Motors, known for changing the automobile industry with its innovative electric cars, will update its Model S firmware in the coming months to allow owners to start and drive the Model S with only an iPhone. While it isn’t yet exactly certain how this will work, there is speculation that it will involve Touch ID and […]

Judge rules that Apple can’t recover $16M legal fees from Samsung in patent lawsuit, releases $2.6M bond

Judge Lucy Koh ruled earlier today that Apple would not be able to recover the roughly $16 million in legal fees incurred while suing Samsung for patent infringement, according to a new report. Apple would have had to prove to the court that the case was exception in order to recover the legal costs, which […]

Judge denies Apple bid to recover attorneys' fees from Samsung, releases $2.6M bond related to Galaxy Tab 10.1 ban

U.S. district Judge Lucy Koh handed down two orders on Wednesday dealing with the first Apple v. Samsung court trial, one denying Apple's motion to recover attorney fees in its case against Samsung and another releasing a $2.6 million bond posted to block sales of the Galaxy Tab 10.1.

Take quick a look at OS X Yosemite Beta 6 in action

Just a week after Beta 5 for OS X Yosemite was released, Beta 6 is already here. In today’s video we take a quick look at the latest changes to Yosemite in action as we draw ever closer to it’s … Read more ›

Parallels 10 arrives in time to bring Windows to OS X Yosemite

Parallels, one of the most popular virtual machine programs out there, has a brand new version out for the Mac. Parallels 10 brings a number of noticeable performance improvements, new features for IT pros, and the ability to use OS … Read more ›

Apple releases Safari 7.1 and 6.2, OS X Server 3.2 betas to developers

Apple on Wednesday seeded the latest Safari 7.1 and 6.2 beta 3 builds and OS X Server 3.2 to developers, asking testers to focus on AutoFill, Smart Search and extensions, among other new features.

Circle the Dot: A simple puzzle game that will make you scream

I hate Circle the Dot, but just spent three hours playing it. This simple puzzle game gives you a grid full of orange dots and one lonesome blue dot. Your goal is to circle the blue dot with orange dots in as few moves as possible. Only the blue dot...

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