With the recent fall in Apple’s stock price and the criticism of stock holders, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook announced in the last annual stock holder’s meeting that they were working on great new stuff that would reverse the share price. It has been speculated that this new product is going to be a smart watch being called the iWatch. Apparently such a product supporting multi-touch is being produced by 100 engineers working intensely in Cupertino. Rearranging playlists, responding to text messages, listing phone calls are some of the features the iWatch could have alone with reading a map on the watch with the flick of the wrist.
Apple’s MacBook Air was the first product to get a refresh with Intel’s new 4th generation Core Haswell processors. This was done to not only boost performance, but to also improve battery life. It seemed like only a matter of time before we saw Haswell on other Apple laptops. A validation of a 15-inch MacBook Pro on the GeekBench database reveals that Apple is already testing the notebook with the latest Haswell chips.
There are never many instances of panic regarding Apple. We never hear of viruses or problems from their devices but this doesn’t mean the security of your device should be ignored. Whether you have an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch you need to ensure it is secure both internally for web use and from general theft. As millions of people use these devices there are bound to be instances of hacking and viruses in time and you need to ensure you’re protected if this does happen. If you’re interesting in ensuring your Apple iOS device is protected then follow these simple tips.
We have been hearing Apple iWatch rumors for a while now and it seems like Apple will be going ahead with the iWatch project as they have filed for the “iWatch” trademark in Japan. With the popularity of mobile tech and success of other smart watches of course you would expect Apple to be working on some type of wearable device or at least entertain the idea.
We have known from numerous latest user reports that Apple’s new 802.11ac Macbook Air laptops are facing Wi-Fi disconnection problem. The Apple users are experiencing a sudden and unexpected drop in their laptops’ wireless connectivity. As posted on the Apple’s Support Communities website, we have learned that the problem is basically appearing on both the 11inch and 13inch varieties of the newly updated notebook lineup which was introduced at the WWDC earlier this month.
Almost a year has passed since Apple announced its iPhone 5, which gave a beginning to the never ending rumors of iPhone 5s. Recently we heard from some sources that Sharp would be manufacturing 5s panel in June and if the recently leaked blurry images on the internet by Mac Rumors confirm to be true then the next iPhone will have a dual-LED flash.
Just today we came across the standard scores from the new Apple Mac Pro, with great sorrow we would have to say that it does not impress us at all. What a set-back it might have been for the Apple’s team.
The team iFixIt have got their hands on the newly refreshed mid 2013 model of Macbook Air laptops which include Haswell processors. These models were recently announced at the WWDC this week and we have come across a number of crucial changes with this 13 inch model. Apparently the outer look is quite similar to that of the previous model but the folks at iFixIt are more curious to know about the internal parts, especially because to know whether the after service of a ruined component will be easy or difficult repair.
According to the latest rumors, Apple is considering launching a 4.7-inch and a 5.7-inch iPhone models as soon as in 2014 also along with a $99 model in a range of different plastic colors. The media outlet mentions that the decision is yet to be taken but at the same time Apple wants to gain back the share from its tough competitor Samsung. We already know that Samsung has a huge contribution in boosting the mobile industry and becoming a leading cellular manufacturer. Basically Apple here wants to contest with Samsung’s line of Galaxy Note and their other inexpensive phones by offering similar screen sized phones and their low priced $99 model with plastic body (none of them which Apple currently makes).
The much awaited MacBook Air’s have been announced on the WWDC 2013 stage. It was publicized by the Apple’s vice president. The entire refreshed MackBook Air family has been showed off. The 11-inch and the 13-inch have the same framework but use the recently launched 4th generation mobile Intel core CPU called Haswell.
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