Apple rumors come out extremely frequently, especially ones dealing with the company’s mobile products like the iPhone and iPad. Well, the rumor mill that surrounds these devices is churning up once again. This time, the rumor is that Apple is prepping the iPhone 5S for a summer release date (presumably August) according to “sources familiar with . . . → Read More: iPhone 5S and iPad Mini 2 Rumors Dropping Consistently
As if it needed another update, Apple is rumored to be planning another update to the design of the iPad. If past experiences can be used as a guide then the iPad may be in for an update in March or April of this year. Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster recently noted that Apple has averaged . . . → Read More: Apple Could Be Updating iPad this Spring According to Rumors
Well, for the first time in the history of the company’s mobile efforts, Apple has finally become the number one selling mobile phone vendor in the United States. Apple finally surpassed Samsung by selling nearly one million more units in the fourth quarter of 2012, according to Strategy Analytics.
Apple has witnessed its stock plummet in recent . . . → Read More: Apple Surpasses Samsung in Sales for the First Time Ever
The iPhone 5 is on nearly every major mobile platform in the United States save for one, Virgin Mobile. Ever since the device launched recently, people have been pondering when or if the device would ever make it to the carrier. Sprint’s prepaid Virgin Mobile began offering the iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 over the summer, . . . → Read More: iPhone 5 May (Or May Not) Be Coming to Virgin Mobile Soon
If recent patent filings are correct, then it seems as if Apple is trying to make controlling multiple devices through a single control, like the iPhone, possible. According to the patent, “The control information may be received from a near field communication interface of the controllable electronic device or from a radio frequency tag associated with . . . → Read More: Could the iPhone 5 Come with NFC Chip?
Casio out of Japan has just released a new experimental app for the iPhone and iPad that encodes and sends data using colors. Known as the “PicapiCamera” app, this app presents you with a set of icons that can be selected along with a short message to be sent. After you choose your icon and message, . . . → Read More: New iOS App from Casio Turns Data Into Colors and Back Again
Dream Vacation Network, a web-based platform designed for owners of time shares and traveler just recently launched its free MUVE app on the Apple App Store. The MUVE app was previously only available on Android phones or as a Desktop Widget for Windows. . . . → Read More: Dream Vacation Network Releases MUVE App for iPhone