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New Apple patent hints iPhone could get augmented reality mapping app

Apple has been granted a patent for an augmented reality mapping technology that could be coming to the iPhone in the future.
avatarby John Callaham1 week ago0 comments

Apple Music Festival to feature 10 great musicians, and you can watch it from Apple TV!

Living far from London no longer means you have to miss the show. Apple has just announced the 10th Music Festival will be available for broadcasting from Apple TV devices.
avatarby Edgar CervantesSeptember 7, 20160 comments

Retailer confirms November 21 launch date for Retina Display iPad mini

As first spotted by MacRumors, the listing runs through all the 16GB tablet’s specs — including the new 2048 x 1536 resolution display and Apple A7 processor — before revealing the release date towards the bottom of the page. Apple announced the new iPad mini as well as the iPad Air in San Francisco on October 22. The smaller model is expected to be the big attraction this holiday season though; Apple CEO Tim Cook admits that the firm may struggle to meet demand while one analyst reckons the slate could outsell its bigger brother by a factor of almost 2:1. Source article
avatarby Tab TimesOctober 31, 20130 comments

Apple CEO Tim Cook says ‘competitors are confused’ about tablets

"Our competitors chased netbooks," said Cook. "Now they're busy making PCs into tablets and tablets into PCs," he added, in reference to hybrid tablet and what Intel is calling 2-in-1 portables.  "Competitors are confused," he said. "We believe deeply in this category and we're not slowing down on our innovation."  See TabTimes' full coverage of the iPad Air launch event at TabTimes.com/ipad
avatarby Tab TimesOctober 22, 20130 comments

California man sues Apple CEO Tim Cook over automatic iOS 7 update

The suit, titled "Mark David Menacher vs. Tim Cook" by the San Diego County branch of California's Superior Court, seeks a method to remove automatically downloaded iOS update files — specifically the new iOS 7 binary — and $50 in remuneration, reports CNET. The automatic update system has been active since the release of iOS 6, but many users are holding off  upgrading to iOS 7. But that means the automatically-downloaded installation file, which weighs in at more than one gigabyte and cannot be removed by the user, may decrease a device's available memory by up to 15% with no way to recover the storage space.   Source article
avatarby Tab TimesOctober 18, 20130 comments

Apple poaches Burberry chief exec to boost retail efforts

Ahrendts joins Apple as the senior vice president for retail and online stores and will be responsible of overseeing the strategy, expansions and general operations of these stories. She will report direct to Tim Cook. Ahrendts, who was chief executive at fashion retailer Burberry for almost 10 years, isn’t the first left-field choice Apple has made when it comes to retail personnel. Back at the start of last year, the firm surprisingly hired John Browett, formerly of UK retailer Dixons Retail, only for the exec to depart just 10 months later. This latest recruitment may well fuel speculation that Apple is looking to ramp up [...]
avatarby Tab TimesOctober 15, 20130 comments

Get ready for iOS 7: Apple announces dates for WWDC

The company has detailed that the five-day event will play host to more than 100 technical sessions from over 1,000 Apple engineers, as well as the Apple Design Awards, which pick out the best apps available on both the App Store and Mac App Store. Tickets go on sale tomorrow at 10 a.m. PDT and while these are expensive, TUAW believes that Apple is planning to allow registered Apple developers to view all session videos online during the conference. “We look forward to gathering at WWDC 2013 with the incredible community of iOS and OS X developers,” said Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide marketing, in a prepared [...]
avatarby Tab TimesApril 24, 20130 comments
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