Apple has overnight confirmed its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will be held in San Francisco from June 10 to June 14.
Apple has revised the shipping dates for Australian customers awaiting the 4G-capable version of the iPad mini, confirming the first of the devices should begin arriving at homes from November 26.
It is everywhere. The news about Apple’s new iPhone 5 and the upgrade to the operating system iOS6. However, for the first time, I find myself totally underwhelmed by the news. Firstly, it seems to be a catchup move by Apple. Many of the Android phones have been larger and with a better aspect ratio than the iPhone, with Samsung leading the way with the screens for the Samsung Galaxy S III, Galaxy Nexus S and the Note range. Moving [...]
Apple has at last made its Volume Purchase Program available for Australian businesses and educational institutes, nearly a year after launching the program in the United States.
in brief Apple has overnight confirmed speculation that it will hold a September 12 event , where chances are exceedingly high that it will announce the latest iPhone amongst a range of sweeping updates to its iPod range if rumours are to be believed.
Aussie game developer Halfbrick celebrated 2 years of Fruit Ninja being released on the iPhone app store. So far, the simple game of, well, slicing fruit as achieved some impressive results: 300 million downloads 1.5 trillion pieces of fruit sliced 100 years of Fruit Ninja is played every day around the world More players than the combined populations of New York, London, Beijing, Paris and Tokyo! These are impressive stats, especially when companies like Zinga find that mobile [...]
Spotify, the music streaming subscription service, has arrived in Australia. Uniquely, Spotify is also the first music service to use the Freemium model. There are three levels of service involved. The free low bitrate ad supported service, a $6.99 service which is the same without the advertising removed, and a high bitrate (320kbps) premium service priced at $11.99 Mobile streaming is supported, however there is no free subscription. I found that the android software works nicely on my Motorola [...]
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has today announced it’ll pursue Apple’s Australian subsidiary for incorrect labelling of its new iPad device as supporting 4G networks in Australia, despite the device’s current inoperability with local 4G networks.
Apple’s media event to be held in the US on March 7 has left many in a frenzy, with rumour mills running wild and those with an older generation iPad running to sell their devices ahead of an anticipated iPad 3 launch.
I have recently reviewed a music streaming service , a movie streaming service and an online e-book store . If there is one trend I have noticed is that we as Australian consumers have limited access to content compared to the US and Europe.