What to expect from the Apple September 9th media event (now that it’s official)

August 28th, 2014 No Comments »

Oh, thank God. After months—nay—a year of speculation, we can finally put those iPhone 6 rumors to rest with the officially announced Apple September 9th media event.

The invite, as published by the Huffington Post, doesn’t give us much to go on…not even the time of day.

Oh, Apple…you’re so [...]

Here’s What to Expect from the Camera in iPhone 6

August 28th, 2014 10 Comments »

With Apple’s eighth generation iPhone just around the corner, it’s worth speculating on its coolest hardware feature, the camera system. The folks over at Chipworks have compiled the iPhone camera’s timeline, starting from its initial release in 2007 till the iPhone 5s/5c and then what to expect from the iPhone 6, which is set to [...]

Google Launches New ‘Slides’ for iOS App to Create Presentations from iPhone, iPad

August 25th, 2014 10 Comments »

On top of today’s Google Sheets and Google Docs updates, Google has announced the launch of a new Slides for iOS app, which will allow users to create presentations on their iPhone or iPad, both online and offline.

Users will be able to:
* Create new presentations or edit any that were created on the web or [...]

iPhone 6 Dimensions Leak from Foxconn, Confirm Protruding Camera [PICS]

August 22nd, 2014 10 Comments »

New details, including the dimensions of both the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch models of the forthcoming iPhone 6 have been revealed by French site iGen.fr. Since the leak is coming directly from Foxconn, it apparently confirms the protruding camera and the model codenaming we’ve seen so far: N56 for the 5.5-inch and N61 for the 4.7-inch [...]

CRTC Further Probes Mobile TV Apps from Rogers, Bell and Videotron

August 19th, 2014 10 Comments »

Bell, Rogers, and Videotron are on the hot seat and will face tough questions regarding the way they charge for live and on-demand television on mobile apps. Canada’s telecom regulator is “taking this seriously” and has decided to review the mobile TV apps offered by the aforementioned telcos, reports the Globe and Mail.

At issue is [...]

Kickstarter Find: Noke Bluetooth padlock from Fuz Designs

August 19th, 2014 No Comments »

I have this recurring nightmare; I’m back in high school—I’m running late for class/haven’t finished my homework/didn’t study for a test—and as I’m walking to my locker I realize I can’t remember
my combination! Fuz Designs’ recently launched Kickstarter
campaign for the Noke Bluetooth padlock could really help dream-me overcome this [...]

Download Runtastic Pro for Free from the Apple Store iOS App ($4.99 value)

August 13th, 2014 10 Comments »

The Apple Store iOS app has a new app freebie available for download, as Runtastic Pro (normally $4.99) is currently free via promo code.
All you have to do is launch the Apple Store iOS app (not the App Store), tap on the ‘Stores’ tab, then tap on Runtastic Pro. Once you tap on ‘Download for [...]

Experience VertiGo from WaterField Designs

August 12th, 2014 No Comments »

WaterField Designs—always a favorite here with the AppleTell staff—has announced the VertiGo 2.0 laptop bag. VertiGo is available in brown waxed canvas or black ballistic nylon—both with chocolate
and black leather accent options—and distinguishes itself with its vertical weight distribution that keeps all your gear easily accessible.

[...]

China Denies Claims of Apple Ban From Government List

August 8th, 2014 10 Comments »

Apple’s iPad and MacBook computers aren’t excluded from the Chinese government’s procurement list, as Bloomberg News claimed on Wednesday, stated the country’s chief procurement centre, via Reuters Apple didn’t apply to be included on the list in the first place.

The Central Government Procurement Centre, the finance ministry and Apple itself refute earlier claims by [...]

China Excludes iPads, MacBooks From Government Procurement List

August 6th, 2014 10 Comments »

Following a report about iPhone loopholes that have left Chinese officials supposedly exposed, China’s autocratic government has (allegedly) excluded Apple’s iPad and MacBook laptops from the government procurement list, reports Bloomberg.
Officials speaking with the news agency said that ten Apple products — which include, but are not limited to, the iPad, iPad mini, MacBook [...]

Buyer's Guide, Reviews, News and Information | Sitemap