iPad Tag

iPhone 6

Posted On February 26, 2014By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News

Apple iPhone 6 Could Launch July This Year, Analyst Says

In a research note to investors,  Mizuho Securities analyst Abhey Lamba suggests that Apple’s next-generation iPhone could be with us sooner than expected. According to the report, checks in Asia and Japan indicate that a July introduction of the new lineup is very likely. “The supply chain vendors are getting ready for an earlier ramp up of production versus prior years,” Abhey Lamba said. “Recently, the company has been introducing new lineup in September time frame whereas the next generation phones could come out in July this year,” Abhey Lamba explains.Read More
iPad mini with retina display

Posted On February 17, 2014By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News

iPad: Air or mini?

Shawn Blanc gives his take on the dilemma many of us are confronted with when it comes to purchasing an iPad. Shawn Blanc: Unfortunately I wasn’t in the position to purchase both iPads to carry out a comprehensive four-week comparison. Nevertheless, I’m in total agreement with Blanc’s opinion that the iPad mini is the way to go. I found the iPad mini (with Retina Display) to be really light and super portable. More importantly, I don’t miss the extra display you get on a 9.7-inch iPad.Read More
iPad mini with retina display

Posted On January 10, 2014By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

iPad Mini Beats iPad Air

After proclaiming the first generation the real iPad” last year, Dan Frommer is back with an updated comparison between the iPad mini with retina and iPad Air. Dan Frommer: I’m in full agreement with Frommer – I found that theRead More
iPad Pro 13-inch

Posted On January 10, 2014By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News

13-Inch iPad Pro Concept Video

Set Solution, a Milan-based company specialize in the production of digital content, interactive media and services companies, has put together a stunning concept of Apple rumored 13-inch iPad Pro. Set Solution’s concept features 4k resolution display, Touch ID, improved back camera. The iPad Pro 13-inch is 20.4 cm wide, 28.4 cm high and only 7mm thick. Personally, I’m going to give this a pass. I can’t see this replacing my MacBook Air. However, if you don’t have a MacBook Air, this should be a great purchase.Read More
iPhone 5s
Apple fan’s don’t  come any bigger than MG Siegler (and John Gruber), hence when one these guys have something negative to say about Apple, I take note. In a recent post on ParisLemon, MG Siegler’s did just that. He took Apple to task on their buggy iOS 7 software. MG Siegler: I concur. I initially thought these issues in iOS 7 were app related and Apple will be able to sort it out soon rather than later. However, I now believe these bugs are part of the OS itself, making this isRead More
iPhone 5s
Ben Bajarin, Principal Analyst at Creative Strategies, Inc, shares his opinion on what Apple strategy will be in 2014 in this great piece.  According Ben Bajarin, pundits and critics shouldn’t be dismay if Apple doesn’t release a TV, smart watch, bigger iPhone or bigger iPad. Ben Bajarin based his opinion on the theory that “Apple has customers not competition.” Ben Bajarin:  The broad claims that are made about what Apple should do are almost always based a round competitive reasons. Folks claim that because Apple’s competition is doing something that Apple should also or they will lose.Read More
Apple iTV
This is article has been out a while, however the content is pertinent today as it will be in 10 years. Writing for The Street, Rocco Pendola posits that – Apple will disrupt and destroy  when it’s ready.  Suffice it to say, I believe Pendola is spot on. According Rocco Pendola, the iPad Air clearly demonstrates that the Cupertino-based is still very innovative:  I’ve had my iPad Air for about two weeks now. And, it reaffirms my suspicion that an Apple HDTV, possibly morphed with a set-top box, will come sooner or later. That’s because, now having usedRead More
iPad Air
According to a new report from the Guardian, Android powered tablets accounted for 56 per cent of the tablet market in the UK for the first three quarters in 2013. Apple’s iPad won 38 per cent of the market in the same period, according to a new IDC report. In the first three quarters of the year, 7.6m tablets were shipped to the UK, a year-on-year growth of 192% for the same period in 2012, according to IDC‘s data. Of those 7.6m tablets shipped, the average sale price was $407 makingRead More
According to a new report from Digitimes, Apple is set to release their rumored 12.9-inch iPad tablet in October 2014,  according to sources from the upstream supply chain. The report alleged that Apple’s new iPad – widely referred to as the iPad Pro, will be targeting North America’s educational market and enterprise. “Apple’s large-size tablet will be manufactured by Quanta Computer, and was originally expected to adopt either 12.9- or 13.3-inch panels, with recent rumors indicating that 12.9-inch has a better chance to be picked,” Aaron Lee and  Joseph Tsai report forRead More
The New York Post is reporting that the NYPD detectives are investigating the theft of Apple electronics from a number of Target stores in the New York area. The report suggests that the theft was possibly linked to major computer hack that compromised the credit and debit cards of 40 million of Target’ customers recently. Police reportedly discovered the theft of the Apple devices when they  pulled over three men in a Dodge Caravan for blowing a red light. Inspection of the vehicle revealed a loaded 32-caliber handgun along with a large stashRead More
Apple has announced that Beyonce latest album BEYONCÉ, exclusively released on iTunes has become the fastest selling album ever on the iTunes Store® worldwide with an unprecedented 828,773 albums sold in just its first three days. Press Release: CUPERTINO, California—December 16, 2013—Apple® today announced that BEYONCÉ has become the fastest selling album ever on the iTunes Store® worldwide with an unprecedented 828,773 albums sold in just its first three days. BEYONCÉ also broke the US first week album sales record with 617,213 sold and proved to be a global success goingRead More

Posted On December 12, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

Seoul Court: Apple Did Not Infringe Samsung’s Patents

The Times is reporting that has a Seoul Central District Court judge ruled that Apple did not violate Samsung’s intellectual property rights. According to the report,  Judge Shim Woo-yong stated that the technology in question is not unique and could easily be independently developed by others. “We are glad the Korean court joined others around the world in standing up for real innovation and rejecting Samsung’s ridiculous claims,” Apple Inc. spokesman Steve Park said. “Samsung Electronics Co. sued Apple in March 2012, accusing the iPhone maker of illegally using three patentedRead More