For the past week, Apple Inc. has been knocked-off by the highest mass-hacking event in the company’s history.
Almost seven million users of Apple devices such as iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch have cracked into the devices’ restrictions. They have used the recently released jailbreak tool Evasi0n.
According to the administrator of the app store for jailbroken devices called Cydia, Jay Freeman, the hacking app for the iOS is now recognized as the fastest-adopted jailbreak software in the history of Apple.
On Thursday, results have shown that the alternative app store of Freeman had picked up about 400,000 visits from . . . → Read More: Jailbreak Evasi0n Hits Record High
Now that Google Maps is brought back to Apple devices, there is still more about Apple’s devices that users will be glad to hear.
Today, Apple announces that iPhone users will now have access to TV shows, as well as movies through Amazon.com.
On Thursday, the Seattle-based online retailer had announced the early arrival of the application called Amazon Instant Video for both the iPod touch and iPhone devices.
The users can now gain full access to any video content with the use of this new app. The video contents must be purchased or rented from Amazon to have the . . . → Read More: Instant Video App now available for iPod and iPhone
On Wednesday, Samsung charged the iPad Mini of its biggest rival Apple, as well as the fifth-gen of iPod Touch and fourth-gen of iPad, claiming that these have violated its patents. As a result of this, Samsung asked a federal district court to add the mentioned devices to the latest patent battle against Apple.
The complaint of Samsung is alleging Apple that its current gadgets and devices has infringed the same patent as the other versions it has. Moreover, the company also has claimed that all of the products of Apple, which included an external audio output port and a . . . → Read More: Samsung to add iPad Mini and latest iPod Touch on a case violating its patent
The Cupertino-based company Apple has released its latest version of Apple Store application for iOS that incorporates with Siri and Passbook.
The store is publicized as the “on-the-go” shopping experience for all products of Apple, which allows users of iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad products to buy other Apple devices, track purchases, and make Genius Bar reservations.
According to the update shown on Wednesday, the store is including the ability to ask Siri to help find prices and to shop for a variety of Apple products. You can ask Siri the costs of MacBook Pro and other devices or apps . . . → Read More: Apple Store App to add Siri and Passbook
As the technology world awaits for the big blast launching of the rumored iPad Mini from Apple, tech experts, critics and fanatics are now betting and wondering on the cost of the new Apple device. Is it expensive or more expensive?
According to several guesses, the price estimates vary a little. A lot of people say that the smaller version of the iPad has to have a lesser price than the existing iPad now. And if it is priced lesser, what would the following consequences?
Apple is steppin in a market that is controlled by a low-cost leader, none other . . . → Read More: iPad Mini’s prices still unknown
The iPad Mini, newest addition to the line of Apple gadgets, is anticipated to be announced the following week and go sale on store shelves a few weeks later.
Now, the only intrigue that’s left of the iPad Mini matter is the price Apple would charge the buyers. According to a note published just this week, an analyst of Apple Gene Munster tells that he is thinking that the device will be charged between $250 and $300, a surprise to all Apple and non-Apple avids.
Why do people not believe the price range given by some Apple analysts to the . . . → Read More: iPad Mini to cost between $250 and $300, Apple analyst