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Thursday, 14 November 2019 04:51

Apple introduces 16 inch MacBook Pro

Global hardware and software maker - and one of the world’s most valuable companies - Apple, today announced its brand new 16” MacBook Pro notebook.

Published in Hardware

Retina MacBook and MacBook Pro owners will be relieved to hear that Apple has finally agreed to come to the party and fix screens with substandard anti-glare layers.

Published in Hardware

LCD component supplier Sharp has announced a $2.3 billion dollar annual loss and laid of 10% of its global workforce.

Published in Listed Tech

When you're onto a good thing, stick to it. Where some companies seem to release new models every few months, Apple has a long-established practice of extending the life of its designs by refreshing the processor and making other small but worthwhile tweaks.

Published in Hardware
Friday, 15 February 2013 17:08

Apple cuts some MacBook prices, adds faster CPUs

Apple's latest configurations of the MacBook Pro feature faster processors and lower prices. One member of the MacBook Air range is also cheaper. But is the company safe from the IT pricing enquiry?

Wednesday, 17 October 2012 10:20

What's Apple planning for October 23?

Apple's next launch event was tipped for October 23, and invitations have now been sent to US journalists. But what is the company going to announce?

Published in Mobility
Monday, 19 March 2012 06:03

Oomph loves the New iPad

Apple has announced the New iPad and with it the new Retina Display. For publishers of Digital Magazines, Multimedia Apps and other Event Apps the retina display means clearer, crisper type, stunning images and gorgeous video.

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Wednesday, 07 March 2012 23:58

The name of the next iPad

According to multiple sources, the next iPad will NOT be called the iPad 3.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 25 January 2012 16:55

Top 10 feature demands for the iPad 3

It's nearly February, the month that Apple is meant to announce its next 4G LTE enabled iPad, before then supposedly selling it to consumers from some time in March, so here's the top 10 feature demands the world's rumourmongers have cooked up and that we're expecting.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Monday, 16 January 2012 23:42

iPad 3/2S/2HD/LTE: re-expect your expectations?

If you expected the iPad 3 to look radically different to the iPad 2, should you re-expect your expectations during these swirling pre-release anticipations?

Published in Fuzzy Logic

With iLounge's editor Jeremy Horowitz claiming to have seen an 'iPad 3' case, the potentially shocking news, at least for some, is that it looks just like the iPad 2 - only thicker, but still likely not as thick as some.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Sunday, 15 January 2012 17:18

iPad 3 raging rumour overload

Oh iPad 3, wherefore art thee? In Chinese factories art thou made, production's started and not delayed, millions are coming for retail trade, all designed in California and China made.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Thursday, 27 January 2011 21:16

Apple to refresh MacBook Pro

With Intel's new Sandy Bridge processor announcements a couple of weeks ago, it's not surprising that Apple is readying an updated range of MacBook Pros to take advantage of the power boost on offer.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 08 December 2010 11:39

iPad 2 coming in February?

Reports from Taiwan are that Foxconn Electronics, one of Apple's key suppliers, will be shipping around 500,000 iPad 2.0's in February 2011. Given that Apple is shipping around 1 million iPads per month it looks like  iPad 2 will suffer similar shipping backlogs to the first version of Apple's 'magical' tablet.

Published in Mobility
Saturday, 12 June 2010 16:36

Apple Retina Display - Did Jobs lie?

There's a report doing the rounds that Apple CEO either lied or exaggerated  about the claims he made about the new Retina Display that was shown off for the first time as part of the new iPhone 4 announcement. The problem is that the line between scientific fact and marketing hype has been blurred.

Published in Mobility

Opening to the tones of 'What a Wonderful World' Steve Jobs unveiled the all new iOS4 and showed off iPhone 4.0, updated iBooks with the ability to show PDFs as well as taking the wraps off the all new iAds service. Somehow, he managed to take a product that had been leaked weeks ago by Gizmodo and turn it into an event.

Published in Mobility




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