iPad 3 Will Include A6 And Launch in March

iPad 2Ever since the day the iPad 2 was released, the rumours were in the pipeline for the next generation iPad, which is proposed to be called the iPad 3. A report corporation claimed that they were in possession of an iPad 3 prototype. They then sent a mock-up of development pictures to a technology based site so that they could reveal more info about the potential new iPad 3.

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iSafe N Secure App Developer Speaks [DEVDIALOGUE]

isafe and secureiSafe N Secure is an App for iOS that allows you to store your important files and information. In this DevDialogue with Mike File from the “House of File”, we take a look at what it takes to have an App that is targeted at a particular niche, having multiple Apps on the App Store and deciding the pricing strategy. Read More

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Funny Apple Siri Commercial for Apple Scotland [VIDEO]


Some people really like to trouble Siri, the humble personal assistant. Now here is another humorous commercial that is targeted at Apple Scotland. Siri cannot understand the Scottish accent properly and that is what this commercial is aimed at. It includes certain spoilers, so before starting make sure the volume is a bit low. Read More

Apple Represent 17% Of Worldwide PC Sales

iPad PCYou can probably imagine that Apple as a company is very proud, this is because of the record breaking quarter that they had in Q4 2011. They were recently named the “most valuable company” in the world and the number one smartphone maker, but it appears that they have been ‘awarded’ another trophy to treasure on. They have been named as the number one PC maker in the world. This is quite an achievement on Apple’s part. Read More

Apple Prevents Scalpers With A New Reservation System for iPhone 4S

Apple Store BeijingYou may have read past articles about the problems that have been caused with the launch of iPhone 4S in China. As you can see from the picture of the Beijing Apple Store, there are many people waiting in anticipation – which is normal for the release of a new Apple product. However amongst this crowd, there are many “scalpers”, who go in as a customer and buy an iPhone and then sell them to people further back in the queue or online. And as you can probably predict Apple is trying to prevent this. Read More

The Worst Apple (Steve Jobs) Imitating Ad Ever. Action Pad from Taiwan. YUCK.

adIt even pains us to give coverage to something for this. But, to get it to our readers about how companies are trying to imitate Apple and in particular the visionary Steve Jobs, we thought it to be appropriate to bring to your attention this “absolutely horrible” ad from about the Action Pad from Taiwan. The ad was run on AXN-Taiwan and is also available on YouTube. Read More

iPhone 4S Now “In Stock”

instockApple’s iPhone 4S has now finally been marked as “In Stock” on the Apple.com store website. Since its release day, the iPhone has been “most-wanted” all across the globe and the huge demand made the supply short. Now after these many days, it is “In Stock”. It may not be in stock in all countries, but it is definitely available in the US, UK, Australia and Canada. Read More

Another Third Party Tethering App Has Been Made Available On The App Store

quasidiskThere have been many attempts by various developers to secure a third party tethering App on Apple’s App Store and this isn’t the first time that one has managed to escape the Apple App review guys and make it to the store. “QuasiDisk” is described as a “simple file manager to take any of your files, photos or documents with you on the go” functions by way of a proxy service, which Apple strictly disallow from their App Store as it could potentially compete with their own service, iCloud. One of the benefits of this App is that it allows tethering without having a carrier plan. Read More

Google Add ‘One Click Download’ To Google Music

Google MusicIt appears that cloud services aren’t just making their magic with Apple, Google music has recently inherited the use of cloud services with their Google music service. The results have come out pretty impressive. Phandroid say “Google has heard the cries of those who want a quick and easy way to download their collection…That was by far my biggest complain about the service and now I’m quite comfortable with buying music from the service.”. It’s definitely clear that Google have listened and acted to the feedback of their users. Read More