Considering that Apple [AAPL] launched the first iPhone just under three years ago, and until then hadn't made any mobile phones, the position they are in now is pretty impressive.According to Gartner, the iPhone was the third most popular selling smartphone platform of 2009, taking 14.4 percent of all smartphone sales of the year, ahead of the iPhone were RIM and Symbian. … [Read more...] about Apple iPhone Was The 3rd Most Popular Smartphone In 2009
Apple's new iPad will feature a new processor which was developed by Apple [AAPL], and it is based on an ARM Cortex A9 MPCore processor, but how much did this chip cost Apple to develop?According to the New York Times, the Apple A4 processor could have cost Apple as much as $1 Billion to develop, which is quite a bit of cash, but that doesn't take into account the cost of … [Read more...] about Did Apple’s A4 iPad Processor Cost $1 Billion To Develop?
The Apple [AAPL] hasn't even gone on sale yet, and already we are stating to see some of the applications that will be available on the iPad, this one looks quite interesting, the Creston Home Automation iPad App.The Creston Home Automation iPad App will let you control your lights, house temperature, media and even open and shut your curtains, of course you will need … [Read more...] about Creston Home Automation iPad App
The first models of the new Apple [AAPL] tablet are due to go on sale sometime in March, now it looks like you may be able to pre-order the WiFi iPad from as early as Thursday the 25th of February.According to App Advice, who have said they have been told by a reliable source that it will be available to pre-order from Thursday, with a possible shipping date of the 26th of … [Read more...] about Apple iPad Available To Pre-Order From Thursday?
The guys over at 9.5 Mac have uncovered something interesting in the iPhone OS 3.2 SDK, possible evidence that future versions of the Apple iPhone and Apple iPhone will feature some sort of video chatting capability.A couple of icons were discovered in the iPhone SDK 3.2 which seem to suggest that there will be video calling in a future device. Also found in the SDK were … [Read more...] about Video Chat Coming To The Next iPhone OS?
We have seen quite a few different iPhone cases here at Geeky Gadgets, the latest one is the Bioserie iPhone Case which is designed to be environmentally friendly.The Bioserie iPhone Case is made for Bioplastic, which is made from 100% plants, which makes it much greener that iPhone cases made from normal plastics and petrochemicals. … [Read more...] about Bioserie iPhone Case – Made From Plants
If you are looking for a notebook cooler to keep your MacBook or MacBook Air nice and cool, then check out this new notebook cooler for Luxa2, the M4 MacBook Cooler.The Luxa2 M4 MacBook Cooler is designed to be used with the 13 inch, 15 inch and 17 inch MacBook and the MacBook Air, and it is designed to lift your notebook to a comfortable eye level whilst keeping it nice … [Read more...] about Luxa2 M4 MacBook Cooler
In a recent meeting with Wall Street Journal executives, Apple [AAPL] CEO told them the reason that Adobe Flash will not be on the Apple iPad, according to Mr Jobs using Adobe Flash for video on the iPad would reduce the battery life from 10 hours to 1.5 hours.Of course he was talking about the current version of Adobe Flash, which uses CPU acceleration, he also described … [Read more...] about Steve Jobs Says Flash Would Reduce iPad Battery Life To 1.5 Hours
We have seen a number of different battery backup solutions for the iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS here at Geeky Gadgets, the latest one certainly looks more interesting that the previous ones we have seen, the iV Plus iPhone Battery Pack. … [Read more...] about iV Plus iPhone Battery Pack Works As A Universal Remote
The BBC has announced that it will be launching a range of mobile applications for the Apple iPhone from April, and that they also intend to launch the applications for other mobile phone platforms which include Google Android and for the BlackBerry range of handsets.Initially there will be two iPhone applications available, one for news and one for sport, and that the … [Read more...] about BBC Launching A Range Of iPhone Apps
The recently released professional photo software Aperture 3.0 by Apple has been causing entire Mac hard drives to lock. The apparent memory leak bug in Aperture 3.0 is allowing the software to create enormous page files which take up all available storage space on the Macs make them fail.a large number of disgruntled Aperture 3.0 users are complaining on the Apple … [Read more...] about Aperture 3.0 Crashing Hard Drives Worldwide
Apple [AAPL] has banned a couple of hackers from their iPhone application store and iTunes. An iPhone developer and hacker, Sherif Hashim, recently found out that his Apple ID had been banned from iTune and the App store.Sherif Hasim recently found an exploit in Apple's latest iPhone OS 3.1.2, which could enable it to be unlocked on 05.12.01 baseband for the iPhone 3G and … [Read more...] about Apple Bans iPhone Hackers ID From iTunes