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Apple May Ship ‘iPhone 5S’ And An Affordable iPhone In August 2013

Apple May Ship ‘iPhone 5S’ And An Affordable iPhone In August 2013

It’s rumors that never ends. Right now, a new rumor is swirling around that tech giant Apple has plans to launch an iPhone 5S along with a much low-cost iPhone in August of this year.

By On March 2, 2013 1 Response
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Blogger Accused Of Paid Coverage Slams Samsung-Siding UK Judge For Lack Of Integrity

Blogger Accused Of Paid Coverage Slams Samsung-Siding UK Judge For Lack Of Integrity

Taking a moral high ground is a tricky business. Especially when this is done publicly, you must have sufficient reasons to cite yourself as morally superior before criticizing someone for being morally devoid. So seems to be the case with Florian Mueller’s criticism of the UK judge who decided in favor of Samsung in the Apple-Samsung case over patent issues.

By On March 1, 2013 Respond
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Apple May Sell 55 Million iPad Mini Units During 2013

Apple May Sell 55 Million iPad Mini Units During 2013

For long, Apple had shied away from the mini-tablet arena, holding on to Steve Jobs’ vision that a tablet smaller than 9.7-inches wouldn’t be ideal. Eventually, Apple succumbed to the changing market dynamics and launched an iPad mini. Now, it seems that iPad mini is all set to overtake the iPad sales during 2013.

By On March 1, 2013 Respond
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Apple May Be Readying A Polycarbonate iPhone Priced At $330

Apple May Be Readying A Polycarbonate iPhone Priced At $330

A number of rumors have surfaced regarding the upcoming iPhone offerings from Apple. Some claim that a larger iPhone is on its way while others speculate that Apple may finally be planning to release an iPhone mini. Now, a fresh report from Japan suggests that Apple is readying two distinct iPhone models, one of them featuring a polycarbonate body.

By On March 1, 2013 Respond
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Apple Starts Deleting iCloud Emails Containing ‘Barely Legal Teen’

Apple Starts Deleting iCloud Emails Containing ‘Barely Legal Teen’

A number of users have started reporting that Apple is currently weeding out any such iCloud emails that contain the term ‘barely legal teen.’ The scope of this mass-cleansing operation extends to both the emails sent and received by iCloud users.

By On March 1, 2013 Respond
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Samsung Wallet Unveiled, Strikingly Similar To Apple’s Passbook

Samsung Wallet Unveiled, Strikingly Similar To Apple’s Passbook

Samsung has lifted the wraps from its new mobile app, Samsung Wallet. The new app essentially serves the same functionality as is offered by Apple in Passbook. Putting aside the similarities in their features, the new app also seems to have borrowed a lot of its look and feel from Passbook.

By On March 1, 2013 Respond
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Apple Files Patent For A Camera With Built-In Privacy Filter

Apple Files Patent For A Camera With Built-In Privacy Filter

With the rise of mobile devices, cameras have become very popular and are essentially available to every other person. However, this has raised the critical question of individual privacy at public places. Interestingly, Apple has now filed a patent which speaks about a camera with built-in privacy filter.

By On March 1, 2013 Respond
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iOS 6.1.3 Beta 2 From Apple Patches Exploits Used In Evasi0n Jailbreak

iOS 6.1.3 Beta 2 From Apple Patches Exploits Used In Evasi0n Jailbreak

The jailbreak tool for iPhone 5 and other iOS 6.1 devices was recently released by the team of hackers named evad3rs. In the tool, called evasi0n, the team essentially used some of the exploits present in iOS 6.1. In the latest beta release of its updated firmware, Apple seems to have patched at least some of these exploits.

By On February 26, 2013 Respond
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Another iOS 6.1.x Passcode Vulnerability Found

Another iOS 6.1.x Passcode Vulnerability Found

We recently reported that there was a critical vulnerability in the iOS 6.1 which essentially allowed anyone to bypass the lockscreen security on an iPhone. Now, a similar bug has been found in iOS 6.1.x. Like the last bug, this new bug is also exploited by followed a few specific steps listed below.

By On February 26, 2013 Respond
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Apple Released iTunes 11.0.2: Features Improved Playlist Responsiveness

Apple Released iTunes 11.0.2: Features Improved Playlist Responsiveness

After releasing a Java update to fix a vulnerability that allowed hackers to access the computers of Apple employees and iOS 6.1.2 with fix for Exchange calendar bug, yesterday on February 19 afternoon, Apple released an updated version of iTunes, 11.0.2. Version 11.0.2 comes with a new Composers view for music and other improvements.

By On February 20, 2013 Respond
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Apple May Launch 11- And 13-Inch Retina MacBook Air During Q3

Apple May Launch 11- And 13-Inch Retina MacBook Air During Q3

Reports regarding Apple’s next iteration of MacBook Air machines have been mixed so far. First, we were told that Apple may include a Retina display in the upcoming MacBook Air models, then the possibility was trashed. Now, a Taiwanese publication has claimed, yet again, that Apple will launch Retina-equipped 11 and 13-inch MacBook Air models during Q3.

By On February 20, 2013 Respond
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Apple Dishes Out Java Security Update For Mac After Recent Hack

Apple Dishes Out Java Security Update For Mac After Recent Hack

Apple recently revealed that a small number of its corporate Mac machines were targeted by hackers. Right on the heels of this announcement, the company has rolled out a Java security update for its Mac users.

By On February 20, 2013 Respond
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iPhoneDevSDK Might Be Responsible For Recent High-Profile Hacks

iPhoneDevSDK Might Be Responsible For Recent High-Profile Hacks

We have seen a number o high-profile attacks on popular websites recently. Facebook, Apple, Twitter – all were affected. Although formal investigation is going on right now, Mike Isaac of AllThingsD has already revealed a name that might have played an important role in the attacks. It’s a website named iPhoneDevSDK that is devoted to share information about mobile development.

By On February 20, 2013 Respond
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Apple Releases iOS 6.1.2 With Fix For Exchange Calendar Bug

Apple Releases iOS 6.1.2 With Fix For Exchange Calendar Bug

After installing iOS 6.1.1 in iDevices, some users complained that they were having Microsoft Exchange calendar bug issues. So yesterday, Apple released iOS 6.1.2 that promises to “fix Exchange calendar bug issues.”

By On February 20, 2013 Respond
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Thief Breaks $100K Apple Store Door With Rocks, Steals $64K Worth Devices

Thief Breaks $100K Apple Store Door With Rocks, Steals $64K Worth Devices

It seems, after achieving the title of the most valuable company, Apple has been the prime target of thieves. Earlier, we have seen thieves slamming a BMW car into a Apple store and looting devices and stealing of Apple iPad only from Microsoft building. This time, we have seen another one. A thief broke an Apple Store’s custom glass door with rocks and stole $64k worth Apple products.

By On February 19, 2013 Respond
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