Apple has scheduled an online event for April 20 at 10am PST. The event will be live-streamed and available for anyone interested to watch at the Apple Events site on Apple.com. Rumors suggest that Apple may release updated iPad models during the event, and there is mixed speculation about updates to other products as well. … Read More
Apple has announced an event for Tuesday, October 13 at 10:00 AM PDT. While Apple does not state the reason for the event, it is widely assumed to be when iPhone 12,o and perhaps some other products services will be announced.
Apple has sent out media invitations to an event scheduled for September 10. Historically these September events have been when the company launches new iPhone models, and it’s widely assumed that will be what is on offer at this years event too.
Apple has announced that their annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) will take place starting on June 3 and extend through June 7. The developer conference is to be held in San Jose, California, and tickets for attending developers will cost $1599. While WWDC is aimed almost entirely at developers, it also traditionally offers the first … Read More
Apple has scheduled a “special event” for 10 AM PST on Monday, March 25, posting the event notification to their website, and inviting select members of the press to attend. The tagline accompanying the event press invitation proclaims “It’s show time”, which some are speculating pertains to a rumored video service from the company that … Read More
Apple has scheduled an “Apple Special Event” for October 30 2018 at 7 AM PDT / 10 AM EDT in Brooklyn, New York, sending invitations to select members of the press, as well as updating their official events page to include the upcoming event. Most of the rumors and speculation surrounding the October 30 Apple … Read More
Apple has sent out invitations to a “special event” scheduled for 10:00am PST on September 12 of 2018 to select members of the press (and no, we were not invited). Typically, Apple fall events focus on the launch of new iPhones, but many active rumors suggest updated iPad and Mac hardware may appear at the … Read More
The Wall Street Journal is reporting the next iPhone model to debut this year will largely resemble existing iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S in appearance. Instead, Apple will opt for a more dramatic design overhaul with the 2017 model year iPhone.
Apple is targeting a ship date of 2019 for their electric car project, according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal. The accelerated launch schedule is apparently the result of Apple committing to the electric car project, which is code-named Project Titan.
Apple has sent invitations to selected media outlets for a September 9 event at the Bill Graham Auditorium in San Francisco, California. Presumably this event will be where the iPhone 6S is unveiled, perhaps alongside the rumored new Apple TV.
With the next iPhone assumed to launch soon, it’s a good time to review the rumors about the device so that you know what to expect when it debuts. From the rumored specs, to new features, to some of the possible wildcards, let’s take a look at what the new iPhone models are likely to … Read More
Apple will unveil the next iPhone at an event “likely” scheduled for September 9, according to a new report from Buzzfeed. Additionally, the report claims Apple may launch an iPad Pro with a 12.9″ display, and a new Apple TV product at the iPhone event.
Apple has started production of the next generation iPhone models which are to be equipped with Force Touch screen features, according to a new report from Bloomberg. Force Touch is able to detect differences in the amount of pressure placed on the display, offering different interactions as a result.
Apple is planning on releasing an all new Apple TV set-top box this summer, according to a report from Buzzfeed. The new Apple TV is said to feature a redesign, all new hardware components, an App Store, and Siri.
Apple is said to be working on a subscription-based streaming television service, according to two new reports from The Wall Street Journal and the New York Times.
Apple will introduce Force Touch technology on the next models of iPhone, according to a new report from the Wall Street Journal.
If you’ve been waiting to get your hands on a larger screen iPad, you’ll need to wait a bit longer. Apple is said to be delaying the release of a larger screened 12.9″ iPad model until later in the year, according to a set of new reports from Bloomberg and the Wall Street Journal.
Apple is intending to begin production on their rumored electric car project “as early as 2020”, according to a new report from Bloomberg.