Archive | September, 2011

iPhone 5 sleeves with tapered design showing up at AT&T Stores

30. September 2011

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Despite an uptick in information which points to Apple only introducing one iPhone model this year – an iPhone 4S with an iPhone 4 form factor – we can’t help but notice that iPhone 5 case designs, completed with the rumored teardrop design, are starting to show up in AT&T outlets. Above is a purported [...]

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Physical mockups of the iPhone 5

30. September 2011

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You know, some people are just so intrigued by upcoming Apple products that they simply can’t be satiated with spot-on renderings and illustrative case schematics and moldings. Nope, some people want to see the real deal before it’s officially introduced, which is why Benm.at actually decided to create their own iPhone 5 prototype based on [...]

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Psystar loses its appeal against Apple’s permanent injunction

30. September 2011

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It’s been a long time since we’ve heard any mention of Psystar. You know, that makeshift hardware company that illegally put copies of OS X onto their computers? Last we heard, Psystar was on the receiving end of a losing judgement wherein Judge Alsup granted APple’s request for an injunction against Psystar. Following that, Psystar [...]

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Samsung offers Apple deal in Australia

30. September 2011

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The WSJ is reporting that Samsung’s lawyers have made an offer to Apple regarding their ongoing dispute in Australia with respect to the Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet that Samsung still hasn’t been able to sell in the land down under. While it remains unclear what the details of said agreement were, Apple attorney Stephen Burley [...]

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iPhone 5 will support HSPA+ with 21Mbps download speed – Report

29. September 2011

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According to the Japanese language Macotakara, the iPhone 5 will support HSPA+, enabling maximum download speeds of 21Mbps. MacPost reports: In Macworld Asia 2011, China Unicom’sDeputy Director of Research Huang Wenliang, says that the iPhone 5 will support the high-speed HSPA+ (21Mbps) network standard, reports Japanese blog macotakara. As evident from the slide, the next generation iPhone 5, [...]

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FIFA Soccer 12 comes to the Mac for $39.99

29. September 2011

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When it comes to Soccer games on iOS, we’re sorry EA, but X2Football is the best there is. But when it comes to console games, FIFA Soccer is legit. And not only is it the gold standard for Soccer games, it sets the bar for all sports game franchises as it’s the best-selling sports video [...]

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Despite upcoming Android ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’, manufacturers becoming wary of taking on Apple’s iPad

29. September 2011

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You can line em’ all up. The HP TouchPad. The Motorola Xoom. The BlackBerry PlayBook. What these tablets all have in common is that they’ve been remarkably unsuccessful at stealing away any significant marketshare from Apple’s iPad. Sales of the TouchPad were so low that HP ultimately decided to axe the product altogether, and Motorola [...]

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Motorola Xoom 2 specs leak: More RAM, 1080p video recording, and more

29. September 2011

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What you’re looking at above may very well be the second iteration of the less than spectacular Motorola Xoom tablet. In what’s becoming quite the pattern, Motorola Xoom sales were lukewarm at best. And whereas iPad 2s for sometime were being purchased at a faster clip than Apple could manufacture them, the Xoom was never [...]

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Apple to begin iPad loaner program for retail employees – Report

29. September 2011

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Apple will reportedly begin a new iPad pilot program for Apple retail employees that would allow them to check out an iPad from a stock of loaner devices for one week at a time. Employees will be able to use said devices for their own personal use outside of the store in the interim. “At [...]

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Australian Justice may grant temporary injunction against Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1

28. September 2011

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Samsung a few weeks ago agreed not to sell or advertise its Galaxy Tab 10.1 device in Australia before September 30th, which is when an official hearing on the patent dispute between Apple and Samsung was set to take place. Now comes word that Australia’s Federal Court Justice Annabelle Bennett may grant a temporary injunction [...]

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Fortune releases “All About Steve” e-book on Amazon

28. September 2011

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Walter Isaacson’s definitive biography of Steve Jobs isn’t slated for release until November 21, and measuring in at over 600 pages, it’s bound to keep Apple fans busy for quite some time. But if you just can’t get enough of behind the scenes stories about Steve Jobs, Fortune this week published a new Kindle e-book [...]

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Apple updates internal inventory database with new iPod Touch, iPhone 4 models

28. September 2011

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Citing an anonymous source, Mark Gurman reports that Apple has already uploaded its internal inventory database with updated entries for upcoming iPhone and iPod Touch models. The report relays that three new iPod Touch models have appeared under the codename N81A which may point to three white iPod Touch devices in varying capacities. Note that [...]

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