If you like to use G-mail on iOS, then here is a good news. And this good news will make all those who were sad when G-Mail app was launched in app store without push notifications, which is seemingly a big oversight in an iOS email client. It was pushed out soon. Later, Gmail finally…
As a child, my mother told me to use dictionary whenever I had doubt about the meaning or pronunciation of any word. Most of my student life revolved around dictionaries and thesaurus. But in your busy life you cannot carry a dictionary everywhere. That is why, you should have a dictionary in your iPad and…
Finally, the confirmed reports about the figures of Apple’s Q3 earnings are here. Apple announced its third quarter 2012 earnings last week. The numbers are once again spectacular. Although while Apple had beaten its own guidance, Wall Street analysts were disappointed that the numbers did not meet their predictions.
Earlier this week, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that Mountain Lion would be released 25 July 2012. AT night, Mountain Lion became available and now the latest version of Mac OS X is available for download.
In line with a new report from KGI Securities, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claimed that Apple will be updating the iPod touch later this year with an “all-new” design. Apple will use the same in-cell touch display technology rumored to be used in the next iPhone.
Earlier this month, we reported that Apple would shut down its service called iWork.com at the end of this month. Users were advised to save their iWork documents.
On Monday 23 July 2012, Reuters reported that Apple would be switching to a new smaller dock connector in the upcoming iPhone 5.
Last week, there were reports about a United Kingdom (UK) court, ordering Apple publish a note on its website, acknowledging that Samsung did not copy the iPad while creating Galaxy Tab.
Few months ago, there were reports about Apple rolling out iTunes Match and iTunes movies in the Cloud to a number of new countries. However, it turns out that Apple still seems to be hard at work with its updates.
Apple has been having an online presence in the United Kingdom (UK) for more than 15 years. Now, Cupertino, California-based company has finally acquired the Apple.co.uk domain name.