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5 04, 2010

iPhone OS 4.0 event this Thursday, April 8th

By |April 5th, 2010|Categories: Articles, Tech|Tags: , , , , , , , |

We were off by a day, but thank the almighty powers that be, iPhone OS 4.0 SDK will be announced this Thursday. Many news outlets are reporting invites to the event, which will be held on Apple's Cupertino campus. It's not too often that Apple holds an event on a Thursday, but at this point, we don't care. We've commented that Apple needed to announce an SDK if we were really going to see something new come out this summer. Lo' and behold, it's this week. Some are complaining that it's too soon [...]

10 02, 2010

4th generation iPhone making its way to your computer screen

By |February 10th, 2010|Categories: Articles, Tech|Tags: , , , , , , , |

iResQ is claiming receipt of a 4th generation iPhone screen assembly from one of their suppliers in China. It comes in at .25 inches taller than the 3G or 3GS. It also has a mysterious shiny surface just above the speaker hole in the glass. We're honestly calling fake here. iResQ pulled this card: There are a lot of skeptics out there and rightly so. There have been a lot of €œleaked€ photos from various Apple products in the past that have turned out to be parts for another product. Here are t [...]

2 02, 2010

iPhone prototypes and new model numbers

By |February 2nd, 2010|Categories: Articles, Tech|Tags: , , , , |

Several sources are now claiming reference to new iPhone model numbers in the 3.2 SDK (and some in today's 3.1.3). Appleinsider also checked with their sources on a picture submitted to Engadget about the iPhone shown in pre-iPad release photos. Rumors say that the already-lucky Engadget got even luckier without realizing it. The iPhone in the picture is indeed the next generation device that will most likely launch this summer. It's unusual for pictures to be leaked, and it means even less for [...]

31 01, 2010

The future of Apple according to Steve Jobs

By |January 31st, 2010|Categories: Articles, Tech|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Mac Rumors has a great post outlining some things that Steve said to the Infinite Loop Apple employees this past week. Two independent sources have confirmed that the following bullets are topics that were discussed in the town hall meeting: Steve was very candid about their relationship with Google. He explained that Apple didn't get into the search business, Google came into the phone business. He's obviously not very happy about the situation and as a result... we're going to get better softw [...]