Do you own a Macbook, iPhone, or an iPod? Do you have Apple fever? Well you may not have to add a minivan to your Apple collection. Rumor has it that Apple is currently designing an electric car/minivan.
Tuesday morning, Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled several new upcoming products, including the latest iPhone, a brand-new smart watch, a way to make payments using your phone, the latest update to the company's operating system and more.
How many times have you told your kids, "don't play with that"? Perhaps your voice went up a notch when your iPhone became their new toy. If your kids have racked up unexpected charges, Apple is going to refund $32.5 million to consumers, whose kids purchased things with apps and didn't have their parents permission.
Apple products owners rejoice. OS X Mavericks will be available for a free download today. Engadget tells us that if you're running Snow Leopard or more recent updates, you'll be able to grab this update for free via the App Store. So what is OS X Mavericks?
Apple unveiled two new iPhones, the 5S and the 5C, on Tuesday afternoon, in addition updates to iTunes and its mobile operating system, iOS. Here's what's new (updated with pictures from the presentation below):
Well, we predicted it would be unveiled yesterday... Check. We predicted the pre-order date would be yesterday... It's tomorrow instead, close enough. We predicted our prize would launch in-store and ship next Friday... Right on!
The iPhone 5 was unveiled today. It's lighter and slimmer than its predicessors, the iPhone 4 and 4S. During the presentation, an Apple executive called the phone "the most beautiful product we have ever made."
Steve Jobs may have been a tech visionary, but if this long-lost nine-minute film from 1984 is any indication, his acting skills left a bit to be desired. In the video, Jobs plays none other than the 32nd president of the United States Franklin Delano Roosevelt. (Yes, you read that right.)
While Wednesday’s roll-out of the new generation of Apple’s iPad didn’t have quite the fanfare of prior events helmed by the company’s late co-founder, Steve Jobs, that doesn’t mean people weren’t paying attention.
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