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Sketchy new images of the rumored iPad Pro have surfaced on Italian website HDBlog.it . The purported iPad Pro features a camera and microphone hole sit in the upper-right, next to a pair of switches set into the curve of the right edge. More importantly, there is speculation that the new iPad could sport a USB-C connector.   From the article: On Chinese microblogging site Weibo, were published some images that might be shown the alleged iPad Pro. In the pictures, they would have seen a second connector (it is not known whether LightningRead More
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It has been widely rumored that Apple is working a new iPhone 6c to launch later this year. Here we have images from Future Supplier of the purported rear shell of the rumored device. From the article iPhone 6C Rear Housing-1At the first glance, it looks just like a normal iPhone 5C rear housing, but if you take a closer look at it, you will find something different. There are two distinct differences. The first is the rear camera flash hole. For iPhone 5C, the hole is a round shape, while for theRead More
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So much for less bloatware.Read More
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According to a new report from ComputerWorld 650 MPs in the United Kingdom are about to get an iPad Air 2 as part of the a cost saving measure. At around £500 a pop, UK taxpayers may fail to see the saving in this. It will cost about £200,000 per year over the next Parliament, adding up to a total of £1 million, or £1,538 per MP over five years. Nevertheless, the Parliamentary ICT team is expecting to save  £3 million a year by getting MPs and staff to read andRead More
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Many, including yours truly, have been patiently waiting for Apple to upgrade their current Apple TV box since 2013. According to a new report from BuzzFeed the wait might be over this summer. Writing for BuzzFeed, John Paczkowski has revealed that sources familiar with the company’s  plans Informed the publication that a new set-top will be unveiled at  its annual World Wide Developers Conference in June along with a long-awaited App Store.  John Paczkowski: This report comes on the heel of a Wall Street Journal article which reveals that Apple is in talks withRead More
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In an exclusive Q&A, Apple CEEO Tim Cook  the current CEO discusses Steve Jobs’s legacy, Apple Watch and much more. Tim Cook on the usefulness of Apple Watch: Tim Cook on keeping Steve Jobs’s office untouch after his death: Read moreRead More
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Apple’s new MacBook has been criticized for having a USB-C book and high price. However, a new report from Digitimes suggests that the new Macboook is expected to be the largest source of growth in the Apple MacBook series throughout 2015. “The 12-inch MacBook is expected to make up 15-20% of Apple’s overall shipments of MacBook series devices in 2015, according to panel supply chains,” Rebecca Kuo and Alex Wolfgram report. “The device, which is expected to see shipments of around 450,000 in the first quarter of 2015 due to limitedRead More
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John Gruber linked the video above on DaringFireball with the following quote: It’s a MUST see!Read More
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The latest report from Strategy Analytics suggests that the Apple Watch will ship 15 million units worldwide in 2015. Apple will quickly become the world’s number one smartwatch vendor with 55 percent global market share this year. According to the report, smartwatch shipment is expected to grow from 4.6 million units in 2014 to 28.1 million units in 2015 thanks to yet to be release Apple Watch. According to the report: Exhibit 1: Global Smartwatch Shipments Forecast by Vendor in 2015 Global Smartwatch Shipments Forecast by Vendor (Millions of Units) 2014 2015 AppleRead More
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Apple has announced plans to  open two data centres in Europe costing €1.7 billion. The facilities are expected to be powered by 100 percent renewable energy and will power Apple’s online services including the iTunes Store, App Store, iMessage, Maps and Siri for customers across Europe. “We are grateful for Apple’s continued success in Europe and proud that our investment supports communities across the continent,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO. “This significant new investment represents Apple’s biggest project in Europe to date. We’re thrilled to be expanding our operations, creatingRead More