MacBook Air models continue to go out of stock at Amazon ahead of an anticipated product refresh, including Apple's popular entry-level 11.6-inch, sub-$1,000 offering.
Hoping to see an Apple-branded smart watch this June at WWDC? How about next March at MacWorld/iWorld? Don’t hold your breath, says Ming-Chi Kuo, a KGI Securities analyst. Kuo tells investors that Apple might not have enough resources to make an iOS compatible with such a new form factor, especially given Apple’s probable current iOS [...]Show More Summary
With WWDC less than a month away we’ve seen a ton of designers come out with their visions for what iOS 7 might look like, but the next iPhone has been ignored. Concept designers Uygar Kaya and Ran Avni have a new video for the iPhone 6 that gives it a slimmer profile, waterproof coating, wireless charging, [...]Show More Summary
Speaking of The Talk Show, we’re doing another live audience episode in San Francisco on Tuesday 11 June, the second day of WWDC. Last year’s show was great, this year’s should be even better. ?
Digitimes briefly reports that Apple will be releasing updated notebooks "in the near future", with supply chain sources indicating that Apple's orders will rise 20% in the second quarter compared to first-quarter production.The newShow More Summary
It's the quiet in between storms. Both BlackBerry Live and Google I/O 2013 are over, yet #TM13 and more importantly, WWDC 2013 are fast approaching. Tomorrow's a public holiday here in Canada, but I'll be working through it. And there's a bunch of reasons for that. Show More Summary
Earlier this morning, we talked about how the MacBook Air supply has fallen short before WWDC 2013 kicks off, and this has led to some analysts predicting that there could very well be a new model of the MacBook Air [...] Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
Each year, the race to get a ticket for WWDC is on. Even with early warning, the window of ticket availability shrinks with every passing year. 2013 being no different: 2 minutes. Capping the number of tickets is a classic...
MacBook Air supply is reportedly facing shortfall at Apple authorized resellers, giving rise to speculation that new MacBook models are coming at WWDC 2013. Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
Seth and Mark were traveling back from Google I/O this week, but Scott and Zac sat down to discuss what Google’s announcements mean for Apple and next month’s WWDC. Subscribe now on iTunes!
According to the internet, Apple has to everything everyone else has ever done, plus make real everything science fiction has ever imagined, or WWDC 2013 will be a disappointment, and Apple will again and forever be doomed. No pressure there. Show More Summary
Apple's rumored iRadio service may be delayed beyond the expected launch during the company's Worldwide Developer's Conference (WWDC). According to a report from CNET, negotiations between Sony and Apple have been delayed over an issue with song-skipping. Currently, Universal Music is the only record company that has completed a deal with Apple.
iOS devices are in the army now, Intel’s former CEO recounts his Apple misstep, and Apple’s got its work cut out for its WWDC keynote. The remainders for Friday, May 17, 2013 lead the way. Apple Mobile Devices Approved for Use on U.S. Show More Summary
Every year Apple holds its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, California. It’s the only time out of the year that third-party App Store developers can meet with Apple engineers face-to-face. For the indie dev making apps out of his home office, WWDC is Mecca. Besides the knowledge that can be gained, the conference holds [...]Show More Summary
Waiting for next-generation Air? The stars may be aligning in your favor.
It's clearly not the best time to be looking for a MacBook Air. 13-inch versions are in especially short supply. The reason for the shortage will be obvious to those who follow Apple closely -- it's almost time for the Apple World Wide...Show More Summary
Justin Williams: With WWDC just a few weeks away, I thought it’d be beneficial to he Internet at large to compile a working list of everything that is expected of Apple during their Keynote and subsequent “State of he Union” addresses in order to appease the Internet. Show More Summary
It has been widely reported that Apple will debut a new streaming radio service at its Worldwide Developers Conference next month. The company was said to be close to striking a deal with Warner Music and Sony Music to launch its iRadio...Show More Summary
Apple’s continuing negotiations with record labels could prevent the company from debuting its streaming music service by its Worldwide Developers Conference next month, according to a new report. Sony still hasn’t agreed to royalty terms with Apple, and BMG Rights Management, the fourth-largest music publisher, is also said to be holding out. Show More Summary
Reports indicate Apple is still working out the licensing details with music publishers for its "iRadio" service.