As expected, Apple unveiled the iPhone 13 and some other new iterations of its other popular devices.
No, we didn't get to see the long-rumored iPhone 12, BUT Apple did have plenty of announcements when it comes to its wearable the Apple Watch, the iPad, and subscription services.
Apple's WWDC event was all about the software, of course, with a sprinkle of hardware news.
Apple’s worst-kept secret is its three new iPhone 11 models featuring that not so attractive triple-camera system on the back. Bloomberg shared more details about the highly-anticipated smartphones and revealed the company will be announcing updates to other devices as well.
Ahead of it’s upcoming March 25 event where it is expected to launch its TV streaming service, Apple announced today (Mar.18) that it is resurrecting the iPad Air and breathing new life into the iPad Mini.
The reports of Apple introducing a cheaper version of their iPad were indeed true. Today at their education event at Lane Tech College in Chicago, Apple with the help of CEO, Tim Cook pulled the lid off the $329 iPad 9.7. They also announced a discounted iPad with Apple Pencil support for schools.
Rumors are still swirling about whether a cheaper MacBook is actually on the way or not but according to reports, a new cheaper iPad is on the way. Apple is reportedly set to make the announcement at an upcoming educational-focused event they will be holding that will tease new creative ideas for teachers and students.
Is your child addicted to their iPhone or iPad? Apple is working on new parental controls to help parents control child addiction to their devices.
The sales of Apple’s iPhone came in below expectations for the third quarter in row this week. Apple reported its first quarter revenue on Wednesday (Jan. 23) announcing the shipment of 47.8 million iPhones over the sales season ending in December. The number was up 29 percent from a year earlier, but below the 50 […]
Netbooks, the smaller versions of traditional laptop PCs, suffered a final blow this week. The two remaining manufacturers of the niche product, Acer and Asus, have decided to end production of the once-popular mini computers.
Apple has been rumored to be working on a TV for more than a year now, but sources claim that the company is now in the design-testing process. According to a report in the Wall Street Journal “people familiar with the situation” revealed that Apple is working with component suppliers in Asia to settle on […]