Archive | December 27th, 2010

The importance of iOS 4’s mobile management APIs

27. December 2010

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With the release of iOS 4, Apple for the first time enabled third party device management applications to access and manipulate data stored on the iPhone 4.¬†Writing for Infoworld, Galen Gruman¬†explains why iOS 4’s mobile management API’s were so important. This has to be one of the least sexy developments in mobile technology in a […]

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Apple to announce Q1 earnings on January 18

27. December 2010

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Apple updated its investor information page with the following information: Apple plans to conduct a conference call to discuss financial results of its first fiscal quarter on Tuesday, January 18, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. PT. A link to the conference call webcast will be provided at a later date. Call us crazy, but this is […]

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Analyst – iPhone 5 and iPad 2 to get dual-core processors

27. December 2010

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Take this with a grain of salt considering the source, but Ashok Kumar writes that both the upcoming iPad and next-gen iPhone will come with dual-core processors. An analyst’s note today claims Apple’s iPad 2 will adopt a dual-core chip, which would be a first for the company’s consumer line of handheld products. True or […]

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Four charged with leaking confidential information about Apple products to hedge funds

27. December 2010

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When it comes to product secrecy, no other company can hold a candle to Apple – which is why the company takes efforts to leak confidential product information so seriously. The insurmountable problem faced by Apple, however, is that there’s only so much information it can keep close to the vest. Manufacturing processes take place […]

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Apple ups Q1 iPhone shipment goal to 20-21 million units

27. December 2010

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Citing a Taiwan-based component supplier, DigiTimes reports that Apple has upped its Q1 2011 iPhone shipment goal from 19 million units to 20-21 million units. The first-quarter shipment goal for WCDMA iPhones has been adjusted from 13 million units to 14-15 million units, the sources said. The shipment goal for CDMA iPhones, which will be […]

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Apple updates Remote app to include AirPlay Support and Internet radio controls

27. December 2010

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Apple last Wednesday issued an update to its Remote app for iOS devices. The update adds quite a bit of new functionality, including support for AirPlay, Internet radio controls, the ability to control iTunes on your computer, and of course, stability and performance improvements. The Remote 2.1 update can be downloaded for free from iTunes […]

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Man tries to rob restaurant brandishing a black iPhone

27. December 2010

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Here’s an oddball story for ya. A masked man in New London Connecticut walked into an Indian restaurant last week and demanded that the restaurant’s cooks give him money. The man, named Jerome Taylor, was brandishing what he hoped would be perceived as a small handgun. Nevertheless, the cooks refused to hand over anything to […]

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