Apple sold more than 35 million iPhones in the last three months


It’s official. Apple is rich. At least, it’s $7.7 billion richer than it was three months ago. Speaking during its third quarter results call, Apple revealed that in the three months between April and June, it sold 35.2 million iPhones, 13.2 million iPads, 4.4 million Macs and 2.9 million iPods. In total, people spent $37.4 billion on […]

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Apple iWatch to be revealed at WWDC in June?

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Apple could unveil the iWatch at its Worldwide Developers Conference in June if the latest barrage of internet rumours are to be believed. However, despite such an unveiling, it’s almost certain that the iWatch (or iBand) won’t be on sale until at least September to co-incide with the launch of the iPhone 6. Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is […]

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New iPhone 6 dummy shots attempt to reveal model in silver


Apple’s launch of its next iPhone may still be months away, but leaks have already been narrowing-in on the design we might hope to see from this next iteration. After possible schematics leaked back in March, we’ve seen a number of attempts to create models based on them, like the dummy unit we shared with you on video yesterday. Today […]

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KGI Analyst Suggests Some Possible iPhone 5S Specs


The Apple iPhone 5S is expected to be revealed on the 10th of September, along with the low costiPhone 5C. While there have already been so many leaks and rumors regarding the devices, we are expecting many more as we get closer to the day of unveiling. At the moment we have more predictions about the iPhone 5S from […]

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iPad Mini 2 Might Arrive In Q4 2013 With Retina Display


Earlier, we have heard reports that the manufacturing of the next-gen iPad Mini will be delayed as Apple wants to launch the device with a Retina Display. But according to DigiTimes, the Mac maker hasn’t still made a decision to add a high-resolution display onto the 7.9” tablet. Apple reportedly wants a near bezel-less design for the iPad […]

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iPad Mini Getting Open Source Game D Game Controller Case Combo


Some people will tell you that the traditional video game console is dead and that we’re all playing our games on our smartphones and tablets these days. The trouble is that touchscreen controls still leave something to be desired and that’s why products like the Game D continue to be developed.   The Game D […]

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New Rumor Claims ‘Budget’ iPhone Will Use Qualcomm Processor


When it comes to Apple iPad and iPhone products, custom chips is the name of the game. As rumors continue to surround the existence of a low-end iPhone for debut this year, things could change. According to a new report by China Times, the budget-oriented iPhone will be powered instead by a Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC. Going with a Qualcomm SoC will […]

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Next iPad coming April, iPhone 5S as soon as August


Are you getting excited about yet another iPad and iPhone update? Then you had better mark these months in your diary. Mashable is reporting that the iPad 5 could launch as early as April, with the iPhone 5S a few months later in August. So what can we expect? Well judging by the leaked iPad 5 covers, the new iPad will share a similar […]

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Samsung gets a $450 Million Dropped from Apple Patent Battle


Samsung will be breathing a sigh of relief, as Judge Lucy Koh has amended the $1 Billion figure it has been ordered to pay Apple. The newly adjusted amount has been cut by $450 million, meaning Samsung currently have to pay $598,908,892 over the patent battle. The adjustments are due to an error in how […]

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Daily Deal: LifeProof Waterproof iPhone 4/4s case for $50


LifeProof has proven to be one of the best protective cases available for iPhones when considering it’s waterproof and dirtproof capabilities, and with the high cost of our mobiles, it’s completely understandable why a protective case like this one is so popular. Although the original pricetag for a LifeProof iPhone case is justifiable, you can’t help but […]

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