April 16th, 2014 | de neluttu
In 14 countries, Apple has just launched it’s new iPhone 5c with only 8GB of storage to address mid-tier markets where, in its own words, “LTE is becoming more established.” The handset was initially available in only five countries: the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Australia and China.
Starting today, customers can buy the 8GB iPhone 5c, bringing the number of regions where the smaller capacity handset is available to 19 countries. The handset can be bought from Apple’s Online Store in to following countries: Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Norway, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland. Read the rest
April 15th, 2014 | de neluttu
Hold on to your pants, the new iPhone 6 will have a larger screen, more exactly a 4.7″ screen. Credit goes to the France-based Apple blog Nowhereelse.fr, which has a fairly good track record for legitimate leaks.
And that’s not all. As you can see, the mold has a tapered edge, which is somewhat in line with reports that the rear side of the device will look significantly different from the current configuration, although we have been led to believe that this would offer the iPhone 6 a rather more iPad Air-esque finish. Read the rest
November 1st, 2013 | de neluttu
As Apple said, the new iPad Air will be available for customers starting the first of November. The new iPad has be redesign, it’s lighter, thinner, and has smaller bezels than its predecessor. As for performance, Apple update the iPad with the new 64 bit A7 processor.
You can buy the new iPad Air directly from the web store or by using Apple’s Apple Store app that you can download from here:
This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
Connectivity is the same, you can opt-in for a WiFi only iPad or for a cellular one. Read the rest
October 24th, 2013 | de neluttu
On September 20 this year, Apple launched its new iPhone 5s and 5c in the United States and in ten other major international markets. On October 25 this year Apple will expand the new iPhones market to more that 25 new countries around the world.
One big downside of this expansion – the carriers won’t have enough iPhone 5s’s to fulfill the demand – so if you want one be sure to act fast at your local carrier.
The list of the countries that will get the new iPhones starting 25 this month:
French West Indies
On November 1, both new iPhones will hit Albania, Armenia, Bahrain, Colombia, El Salvador, Guam, Guatemala, India, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mexico, Moldova, Montenegro, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and United Arab Emirates. Read the rest
October 16th, 2013 | de neluttu
Not long ago Apple sent out invitations for the October 22 media event titled “we still have a lot to cover.” Speculators believe it will focus on the new iPad and iPad mini, but also on the new MacBooks and OS X Mavericks.
As said before, the event itself will be held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco and according to a new report, Apple plans to stream the keynote to a separate London satellite event to cater to media members not located in the US. Read the rest
October 16th, 2013 | de neluttu
According to AppleInsider, the decision follows an identical vote from the city’s planning commission, which gave Apple the go-ahead earlier in October after holding a “shared study session” with members of the public.
Late Apple cofounder Steve Jobs unveiled the huge project in 2011, noting that the enormous main structure would house 12,000 employees. More importantly, landscaping, greenery and walking paths will cover a large portion of the 150-acre plot, reclaiming land currently obscured by asphalt.
The original price of the build was expected to be near $3 billion, but the budget quickly soared to $5 billion, causing a delay as architects tried to bring down costs. Read the rest
October 14th, 2013 | de neluttu
I know, it’s annoying! Everytime you want to see where your friends are you need to actually log in with your AppleID. But only if you don’t have a passcode for your iDevice. Users who have set a passcode for their iDevice don’t need to enter their AppleID password each time they want to track somebody from their Find My Friends app.
That brings us to the next problem. There are users who don’t want to set a passcode for their iDevice. Read the rest