The guys from Cupertino are currently thinking about making Siri available on their Mac OS X platform. According to the latest patent application published by the U.S. patent and Trademark Office, Apple is working on a virtual assistant for its desktops.
As the next-generation iPhone release draws near, more and more images appear on the Internet that show how the device may look like. Today we shall talk about the rear panel for Apple's upcoming handset.
A new concept of the long-anticipated iPhone 6 has recently appeared online. The author of this concept is a well-known designer famous for his previous Apple-related concepts. His name is Martin Hajek. The pictures showing the imaginary gadget are available below.
According to the latest rumors, Apple's iPhone 6 will get a 2.0GHz A8 processor, a separate NFC chip, an improved Touch ID fingerprint sensor, 802.11ac Wi-Fi radio and one special chip. This chip will reportedly be used for the recognition and authentication of Beats headsets. Well, at least this is what VentureBeat reporters claim.
According to the latest reports from Asian experts, Apple's next-generation 4.7-inch iPhone will boast of better 2100mAh battery. The ESM-China analyst Sung Chang Xu says that he got the information from reliable supply chain sources, however, I don't think we can believe it.
As you probably know, Apple’s iPhone 6 will feature a new A8 processor manufactured by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company. According to what the Wall Street Journal reporters write, Apple’s collaboration with TSMC is hurting Apple’s main market rival Samsung, which used to produce processors for the previous generations of the iPhone and iPad.
Following the rumors that suggested that Apple will unveil its next-generation iPhone on October 14th, a new report from Re/code appeared online on Tuesday that denies such suggestions and says that the new handset will be released on September 9th. For several years in a row, September has been the month of the iPhone release and looks like the guys from Cupertino decided not to change the tradition. Bloomberg and the Wall Street Journal confirmed the date of the iPhone 6 launch.
Several new aerial photos have recently appeared online that show the construction site of Apple's new "Spaceship" Campus. If to compare the most recent images with those captured several weeks ago, we may see that the new headquarters continues to take shape pretty fast.
The end of the patent war between Apple and Samsung seems to be near. According to what Bloomberg reporters write, the market giants have recently released a joint statement announcing an agreement to end all the patent disputes outside the United States of America in the near future. Looks like the companies got tired of arguing.
According to the latest rumors, both Evasi0n and Pangu jailbreak utilities have been recently nominated for 2014 Pwnie Awards. This award is presented to those developers and security researchers, who find bugs or important exploits in the software. This year’s award will be given to a developer (or the developers) that made some important discoveries in the period of the past twelve months.
Aside from iOS 8, Apple on Monday released OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 5. Just like the latest iOS 8 beta, the new version of the operating system for Macs contains a large number of improvements, important bug fixes and several new features.
The guys from Cupertino on Monday released the next iOS 8 beta to developers for testing. The release of the fifth beta-version comes two weeks after the release of the fourth beta, so we may assume that the work on the next-gen mobile operating system continues at a normal pace.
Apple has reportedly hired former Nike and Burberry social media director Musa Tariq. According to what people familiar with the matter say, at Apple Tariq will get a post of Digital Marketing Director.
Several photos showing something what appears to be the second-generation iPad Air rear shell have recently leaked online. According to what a Japanese blog called Macotakara writes, the images have been first spotted on the Chinese Sina Weibo network.
As you probably know, Apple’s 5.5-inch iPhone 6 will differ from the 4.7-inch device. According to the previous reports from several analysts and rumors, the handset will get an optical image stabilization system and a separate NFC chip.
Today a new report from Cowen & Co. analyst Timothy Arcuri appeared online, which suggests that aside from the improvements I’ve mentioned above, the larger iPhone 6 will get a faster processor.