Earlier we some some reviews of the new iPad Air, and now we have some benchmarks of Apple’s iPad Air, and it looks like the latest iPad is a significant jump over the 4th generation iPad.
Apple’s new iPhone 5S is designed to give you more battery life over the previous model, although some owners of the handset have reported battery issues with the device.
It appears that the battery issue is limited, and not affecting all devices, and according to Apple it is due to a manufacturing issue, you can see a statement from Apple below.
Apple’s iPad Air goes on sale this Friday the 1st of November, the tablet comes with a new design and is thinner and lighter than the previous model, the iPad Air review’s are already starting to come in.
A number of our fellow technology sites have already reviewed the new iPad Air, have a look below to see what they thought of Apple’s latest iPad.
BlackBerry has announced that BBM for Android and iOS has now hit more that 20 million users worldwide, the app managed to hit 10 million downloads in its first 24 hours of being available on the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.
BlackBerry also announced that they now have more than 80 million active users on BBM, this is across all three platforms, BlackBerry, iOS and Android.
Amazon has launched its Amazon Cloud Player service on Apple’s Mac platform,the app launched on the PC earlier in the year, and is now available for the Mac as of Today.
The Amazon Cloud Player app will let you manage all of your music on your Mac, whether the music is saved to your Mac, or stored in the cloud.
The Apple iWatch is expected to launch next year, and according to a recent report, LG will supply flexible OLED displays for the new Apple iWatch.
Apple’s CEO Tim Cook announced in their earnings call yesterday that Apple will be releasing new products next year, one of these is expected to be the Apple iWatch, another is a new Apple HDTV.
Earlier this month Apple announced the launch and released their new OS X Mavericks operating system which they have been developing for some time, together with their new MacBook Pro hardware and iPhone 5S and 5C.
The news of the launch of the highly anticipated OS X Mavericks was also accompanied by the news that Apple will be offering the new operating system to users for free. Together with free upgrades of both their iWorks and iLife software suites.
Apple’s new iPad Air launches on Friday, and the new iPad Mini with Retina display will launch later in November. There has been speculation that Apple may not be able to meet demand for the new iPad Mini when it launches.
Apple’s CEO Tim Cook talked about the iPad Mini with Retina display in the company’s recent earnings calls, and he said that “it’s not clear if we’ll have enough” stock of the iPad Mini when it launches.
Apple just announced its latest financial results, the company sold a total of 33.8 million iPhones in their last quarter, and Apple’s CEO Tim Cook talked about the iPhone 5C in the company’s recent earnings call.
When the iPhone 5C was announced, many people thought the device was supposed to be Apple’s entry level smartphone, according to Tim Cook, the iPhone 5C is a mid tier handset and the iPhone 4S is the entry level device.
Yesterday Apple announced their latest financial results for the fourth fiscal quarter of 2013, the company also announced record iPhone sales of 33.8 million iPhones for the September quarter.
In the same quarter last year, Apple sold 26.9 million iPhones, so this year is a significant increase over the previous one, and they also increased their overall revenue for the quarter over last year to $37.5 billion.
If you are looking forward to purchasing a new Apple Mac Pro and are already busy saving your pennies, you might be interested to know that a fully upgraded Apple Mac Pro system with 64GB of RAM, 12-cores and Dual FirePro D700 Graphics graphics power will set you back around $14,000.
After the jump YouTube user UnboxTherapy has put together a full specification including all the highest specifications components that are expected to be made available when the Apple Mac Pro goes on sale in December of this year.
Last week Apple released their new MacBook Pro 2013 with Retina display in both 13 inch and 15 inch versions, and now a number of owners of these new devices are reporting a number of issues.
There seems to be a few different threads over at Apple’s support forum, with some users experiencing lockups with the track pad and keyboard, on the new MacBook Pro, and other users having issues with Bootcamp.