Bummed by last year's iPhone 4S spec bump? Blackpool Creative took the handful of leaked "iPhone 5" parts and created a 3D render of what Apple might launch later this year. Here's a sneak peak at what an iPhone with a 4-inch display would look like.
Consumers were left scratching their heads when Apple announced the new iPad would not have Siri. It made no sense considering the iPad has beefier specs than the iPhone 4S. Apparently, Apple's holding out on us to bring Siri to the new iPad alongside the next version of iOS.
There have been plenty of rumors and leaks in regard to Apple's next iPhone, but what about iOS 6? With WWDC in a little over a week, iOS 6 leaks are just dripping out of the faucet. Facebook will finally join Twitter as a system-wide feature in iOS 6.
Five years since the launch of the original iPhone and Apple's holy device finally, finally lands on a U.S. carrier with a pre-paid plan. That's right, an official way to get a contract-free iPhone and reasonably priced unlimited everything plan without any jailbreaking required.
Clamoring for news on Apple's rumored Siri-powered HDTV? A new report suggests that Apple will show off yet another redesigned UI for its Apple TV set-top box at next month's WWDC that'll also drive the real HDTV that the company is building.
A clearer image of what Apple's sixth-generation iPhone will look like is coming together. Based on supplier part leaks, it's believed that the next iPhone could have a metal plated back with a redesigned case, as well as some new changes we've already tossed around before.
Even if you aren't an Apple fanboy (or girl), chances are that you know huge Apple product pushers. But just how big is Apple? Find out in the infographic below. (Spoiler alert: Apple's 2011 sales were larger than the GDP of 160 nations around the world.)
This May, the Smithsonian's S. Dillon Ripley Center opened up "The Patents and Trademarks of Steve Jobs: Art and Technology that Changed the World." The traveling exhibit, which features the many, many patents of Steve Jobs, was designed by the National Inventors Hall of Fame and Museum and is fairly breathtaking for being 312 pieces of paper. Consisting of 30 display panels that are each four feet wide, eight tall and shaped like the face of an iPhone, the exhibit displays facsimiles of 312 of the 317 different patents that Steve Jobs acquired. It also has a case with an a 1984 Apple Macintosh Computer; a 1992 NeXT monitor, sound box, microcomputer, keyboard and mouse; and a 2003 Apple iPod, which was the first to feature a discrete touch-sensitive click wheel as opposed to one with distinct mechanical buttons. We chatted with Richard Maulsby, Associate Commissioner for Innovation Development at the U.S. Patent and Trade Office, who told us: "I think what we endeavored to do with the exhibit is capture not just the quality but the breadth of this man's innovation genius."
The folks over at IBM are worried that Siri has the potential to leak corporate secrets to Apple. Why? Because everything you utter, from a basic calendar update to dictating an email outlining exactly how Watson's systems work, gets sent by Siri to a facility that analyzes the data and may keep it, too.
The rumors surrounding the design and release of the iPhone 5 have reached a fever pitch, so much so that Taiwan's most notorious animators have once again given Apple the fantasy treatment in a new video spot.