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iPad 5 thinner and lighter

Published 19/04/2013 10:23:52 by ADMIN

The newest iPad released by Apple will be both thinner and lighter than its predecessor, taking Apple back to its previous method of making the new device weigh significantly less than the previous iPad. This new information comes from KGI Securities Mingchi Kuo who has stated “You should expect a full-size iPad that's 15 percent thinner than the fourth-generation device and weighs 25 percent less”.


Apple iPhone 5S has 12 megapixel camera

Published 16/04/2013 12:21:25 by ADMIN

With Apple set to release their new smartphone the iPhone 5S, there have been a number of different rumours about the new device, with the latest reports adding more detail on the actual specs of this new device. This new information has become known due to Apple's manufacturing partners revving up production on the new iPhone.

A Vietnamese site called Tinhte has stated that the new iPhone 5S will feature a 12-megapixel camera, as compared to the 8-megapixel sensor in the previous iPhone 5 and the 4S. Apple has upgraded the camera with every new model of the iPhone previously, so this would not be a new development but the improved jump from 8 to 12 megapixels will surprise some people.


Apple preparing for iRadio deal

Published 09/04/2013 12:53:02 by ADMIN

Apple is preparing to launch a new service designed to improve their online music presence, it’s called iRadio and it will be a streaming service rumoured to be released at the Worldwide Developers Conference in June. When released, this service is apparently going to be free with no word what paid options could appear.

After several months of negotiations between Apple and several music labels, Apple are now close to securing the rights to stream music with them. The music labels EMI, Sony, Universal and Warner Music are in talks with Apple to stream music in a service designed to rival Spotify.


Apple iTV to launch in 2013

Published 04/04/2013 11:53:04 by ADMIN

As the latest rumours about Apple have made their rounds, people are predicting a new iTV package for later this year that will “revolutionize the TV viewing experience”. Topeka Capital's Brian White has visited a China-Taiwan technology supply chain and has discovered that Apple will launch an iTV with the iRing with it.

White said this visit confirmed his earlier suspicions that Apple will be released an “60-inch iTV system in the later part of 2013 for between $1,500 and $2,500”. The iRing device is a small device that is placed on the finger that works like a pointer, taking over from some features of the standard remote control.


Apple’s new iOS 7 development delayed

Published 03/04/2013 10:34:22 by ADMIN

With Apple's continued improvements to iOS 6, bloggers have been speculating on an early release of the new iOS 7. Other rumours have said that Apple is currently running behind in its production of iOS 7 but the software will come with an entirely new display.

According to John Gruber of the site Daring Fireball, the development for the new operating system has been so delayed that Apple have pulled engineers from the new Mac OS X 10.9 team to finish the development for iOS 7. The rumour mill has also said Apple was readying the OS for the Worldwide Developer Conference. This is normally set for the beginning of June and is when the company releases its developer version of the software.


Next two generations of iPhone designed by Steve Jobs

Published 02/04/2013 10:13:39 by ADMIN

During a discussion between a San Francisco District Attorney (George Gascon) and an Apple Government liaison (Michael Foulkes) about the recent increase in iPhone thefts, Foulkes allegedly spoke about the next two generations of the iPhone as he said, "they preceded Tim Cook." This would mean that the design of these devices at least, would have been headed by Steve Jobs.

The discussion between Gascon and Foulkes that had centred on a new type of kill-switch technology for lost or stolen Apple devices, with the iPhone being the particular target was interrupted by Foulkes admission. After this point, Foulkes went on to suggest, “Jobs was involved with concept and design discussions about several future models not long before his death in October 2011.”


Further security risk for Apple ID and iCloud

Published 25/03/2013 10:31:23 by ADMIN

A new security risk has been identified that could pose issues to Apple users personal accounts. This means that hackers can gain access to an account by resetting the password using only your e-mail and date of birth. Apple enabled an update (their two-step authentication) earlier in the week, to add online protection to their specific users separate Apple ID and iCloud accounts in an attempt to correct an earlier issue but it seems to have backfired.

The Verge has released a ‘warning’ this week that there is a security hole in the software, which could leave your account vulnerable to attack. Any users, who have not currently adopted the new feature, are allowing hackers the opportunity to change your password and access your personal information using only your date of birth and email address.


Apple thwarted Evasi0n jailbreak hack with new iOS 6.1.3

Published 21/03/2013 10:12:24 by ADMIN

Apple has managed to stop the Evasi0n jailbreak that has been angering them for a while. The iOS 6.1.3 fix released on Tuesday was designed to repair the security bug that evaded the lock screen. Apple has now discovered that it also fixes some gaps in the iOS that Evasi0n exploited to do an untethered jailbreak on all iOS devices.


Apple releases new iOS 6.1.3 update with fix for lock screen bug

Published 20/03/2013 11:43:49 by ADMIN

Apple have rolled out a new iOS update yesterday that repairs a security breach in the software and improves the Apple Maps app in Japan. This update was released only for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users as no other devices are believed to have been affected.

This latest update from Apple iOS 6.1.3 fixes a security flaw Apple found within the software, which allowed people to gain access to the iPhone by following a series of steps to get past the lock screen without knowing the Passcode.


Update – iPhone 5S release in August, new iPad and iPad Mini arriving in April

Published 07/03/2013 10:21:15 by ADMIN

Apple has confirmed that they will be releasing a new iPhone this year, the main question now is will the device be an updated iPhone 5 (the 5S) or a completely new device (an iPhone 6) to revamp their iPhone line and to reach the top of the smartphone market again. These releases are now being scheduled for an August release.

Apple are expected to release their iPhone 5S or iPhone 6 at the same time as the budget iPhone, this has been done to combat Android devices that have eaten into Apple's market share. Several other sources have again stated that the new iPad Mini and the iPad 5 will be arriving in the next few months.


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