Apple Sold More iOS Devices In 2011 Than Macs Ever

Apple Sold More iOS Devices In 2011 Than Macs Ever

Let’s face it. iOS is doing much, much better than the Mac line ever did — and this is a source of concern for many of us Mac users. But just how much is iOS outdoing OS X? Astonishingly so. According to a new report published by Asymco , Apple sold 156 million iOS devices in 2011, and it has only sold 122 million Macs in 28 years. That’s astonishing. In fact, the cumulative total of iOS devices... Contine Reading > >

Apple Reaches Settlement in iPhone 4 Antenna gate Class-Action Lawsuit

According to CNET , Apple has reached an agreement in the class-action lawsuit related to the iPhone 4 antenna that would lose signal if gripped in a certain way. If you are a U.S. resident who purchased the iPhone 4, you are eligible for either a $15 cash settlement or an Apple bumper case. Antenna performance on the iPhone 4 was the subject of 18 lawsuits, which were ultimately condensed into one.... Contine Reading > >

Why Siri Isn’t On The iPhone 4?

This revelation has led many to ask why they can’t use Siri on their iPhone 4. While performance boosts on the A5 processor or special microphones may have something to do with the decision, that’s likely half the story. It’s also possible that Apple has intentionally kept Siri off the iPhone 4 — even if it runs good, in order to create price discrimination among their product line. Companies... Contine Reading > >

Apple’s new strategy for selling handsets in Hong Kong

Apple’s new strategy for selling handsets in Hong Kong

As we all know, after an incident at the Apple store in Beijing, selling of iPhone4S has stopped in China. But the company has turned to a new, safer tactic to sell its most wanted device. The new system do not allows reserving an iPhone without inputting full credentials, including government photo ID matching the name and ID number. This is meant for keeping out scalpers who use bots to snag up... Contine Reading > >

Siri – the intelligent assistant that helps you get things done

Siri – the intelligent assistant that helps you get things done

Now you can use your voice to use your iPhone. Just talk to Siri as you would to a person: “Do I need an umbrella?” or “Any great burgers around here?” or “Where’s the closest ATM?” Siri not only understands what you say, it knows what you mean.1 It figures out the right apps to use to find the right answer. Then, just like a personal assistant, it answers you. Siri makes phone calls,... Contine Reading > >

Apple reported highest quarterly revenue and earnings

Apple reported highest quarterly revenue and earnings

Highest Quarterly Revenue and Earnings Ever, All-Time Record iPhone, iPad and Mac Sales CUPERTINO, California—January 24, 2012—Apple® today announced financial results for its fiscal 2012 first quarter which spanned 14 weeks and ended December 31, 2011. The Company posted record quarterly revenue of $46.33 billion and record quarterly net profit of $13.06 billion, or $13.87 per diluted share.... Contine Reading > >

Apple Offering SIM-Free And Unlocked iPhones in UK

Apple Offering SIM-Free And Unlocked iPhones in UK

Apple has announced that their customers in UK and France can now purchase SIM-free and unlocked units of iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4. We’ve learned that SIM-free, factory unlocked iPhones will also be offered to Canadian customers in July. A message posted on Apple’s UK website reads: “When you purchase your iPhone from the Apple Online Store, you’ll get it SIM-free. So you can sign... Contine Reading > >

Publish Your Own Book On Apple iBookstore!

Publish Your Own Book On Apple iBookstore!

Are you the writer? Do you want to avoid going through the publishing house or have no idea or contacts to get things done in so far traditional way of book publishing. Is writing your hobby but never had the courage or budget to reach out to the market. Well with the iPad reaching out to people and providing a great tool for reading books there are many new opportunities available for writers. One... Contine Reading > >

Apple Acquires Full Interest in iPad Trademark

Apple Acquires Full Interest in iPad Trademark

According to a filing published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and as as reported by Patent Authority, Fujitsu Frontech North America Inc. assigned Apple the rights to the iPad trademark on March 17. In year 2003, Fujitsu started using the iPad trademark for its Windows CE-based handheld devices A USPTO (U.S. Patent and Trademark Office) examining attorney later refused Fujitsu’s registration... Contine Reading > >

Apple Accepting iPad Applications Starting Today!

Apple Accepting iPad Applications Starting Today!

Apple is now accepting application submissions of apps built for the iPad for approval for the iPad App Store. If you want your app to be including on launch day, you need to get it submitted no later than March 27th 7pm EST. As per the email sent out to app developers, 9to5Mac has the text: iPad will begin shipping soon and your opportunity to be part of the grand opening of the iPad App Store starts... Contine Reading > >