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Have a 2014 Honda or Other Vehicle? Wondering About CarPlay?
Posted March 23rd, 2014
CarPlay Availability: CarPlay is available on certain models of 2014 Hondas, Hyundais, Mercedes, Ferraris and Volvos. Apple has stated the following car manufacturers will integrate CarPlay in the future...
Posted March 18th, 2014
Today, Apple released an 8GB version of the iPhone 5C in China, Australia and some European countries: France, Germany and the U.K. The phone ranges from around $60 to $90 cheaper than its 16GB variant...


iOS 7.1 was Released Today     Posted March 10th, 2014
Apple rolled out iOS 7.1 today for devices compatible with previous iOS 7 iterations. A _.x release usually has significant improvements and new features. Let's start with the new interface changes...


Posted February 25th, 2014
Today, Apple released OS X 10.9.2, an update to OS X Mavericks. The main feature of this update was the introduction of FaceTime Audio, first introduced to...


January 24th, 2014 marked the 30-year anniversary for the Macintosh. The original Macintosh was released on that day in 1984, replacing the Apple Lisa, which replaced the Apple II, which replaced the computer hand-built by Steve Wozniak and Jobs and company in 1976, the Apple I. So how is Apple commemorating this occasion?...


iPhone is Coming to China Mobile     Posted December 30th, 2013
One week ago, Apple announced that the long-speculated deal with China Mobile is finally official. China's largest carrier with over 760,000,000 users will start carrying the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C on January 17th, 2014. Pre-orders started on Christmas day, December 25th...


This Tuesday, Apple had many exciting announcements. We'll start with the star attraction, the iPad Air - the 5th generation iPad. This iPad is the first major redesign since...
 
Scheduling a Genius Bar Appointment Now Requires an Apple ID
Posted October 3rd, 2013
If you want to book an appointment at an Apple Store to get tech help, whether it means getting advice, troubleshooting, or repairs, you will now need an Apple ID to do so. Previously, you just needed an email address, but there did not have to be an Apple ID associated...


Apple Allows Downloads of Older Versions of Apps     Posted September 17th, 2013
Previously, iOS users could only download the latest version of apps available on the App Store. So once an app developer decides to make iOS 6 or later a requirement to use their app, for example, you could not...

Apple Increases the Price for iPhone 5 Replacements
     Posted September 15th, 2013
Four days ago, Apple increased the price of an iPhone 5 replacement. If your iPhone is in warranty and is experiencing a defect, it will be replaced for free. However, if it is out of warranty, or it suffered accidental damage, you will need to pay for a replacement...


Posted September 10th, 2013
When Apple sent out invitations last week to an event it was holding today, many people's anticipation of Apple's latest software and hardware releases grew at a geometric rate. Today, Apple announced not one, but two, new iPhone models, the iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5C...


Apple Store Stanford Re-opening a Smashing Success     Posted September 7th, 2013
Earlier this week, Apple sent out an email announcing the grand re-opening of its retail store in the Stanford Shopping Center. It turned out that the re-opening event was very successful. Those who attended got to...


Stanford Shopping Center Apple Store Grand Re-opening    Posted September 4th, 2013
Apple sent out an announcement today stating that the Apple Store in Stanford Shopping Center located in Palo Alto will be having its grand re-opening on Saturday, September 7th at 10:00AM. If you plan to attend, you probably want...


It's Official - Apple Holding September 10th Event     Posted September 3rd, 2013
Today, Apple sent out invitations to its widely anticipated event, officially set for September 10th...

Apple Launches iPhone Trade-in Program
     Posted August 30th, 2013
As of Friday, August 30th, 2013, you can now trade in your iPhone for up to $280 credit at an Apple Retail Store. Previously, one could trade in their iPhone through...

Apple Announces USB Power Adapter Takeback Program     Posted August 6th, 2013
In response to recent reports of poorly designed third party iPhone/iPod/iPad power adapters causing electrocution, Apple has announced a USB Power Adapter Takeback Program. This program will be in effect from...

ITC Ban on Apple's iPhone 4 Overturned
     Posted August 3rd, 2013
In June, the International Trade Commission ruled that Apple's AT&T model of the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 and iPad 2 infringed on a communications patent held by Samsung. The Obama Administration had 60 days to review the decision, and today it was overturned...

Beware HackStore
     Posted July 29th, 2013
HackStore, advertised as an alternative to the Mac App Store, launched in some time around April 2012. If the name wasn't a turn-off for you, then this should be: We have recently seen a report that apps downloaded from this store have an _MASreceipt...

Google Maps Comes to iPad
     Posted July 16th, 2013
Version 2.0 of the Google Maps app was released today. This update brings Google Maps to the iPad. When iOS 6 was released by Apple, Google Maps was replaced by Apple's own Maps, which featured...


Logic Pro X Released by Apple Today     Posted July 16th, 2013
Today, July 16th, Apple introduced the 10th major release of its Logic software, Logic Pro X. Logic is an amazing application providing the instruments, effects and loops you need to create outstanding...

Did you Know that Apple's WWDC has its Own App?
     Posted June 13th, 2013
Originally released about a week before WWDC 2013, and updated with video playback enhancements on the day of, Apple's WWDC app is available on the iOS App Store for download...


At this year's Worldwide Developer Conference, WWDC 2013, Apple has made some dramatic and innovative changes to its Mac lineup, and moreover, its software. Both OS X, which powers Macs, and iOS, which powers Apple mobile devices, received some incredible updates...


Posted May 30th, 2013
The iPod touch 5th generation is now available in a 16GB size, previously only available with 32GB or 64GB. This model has a front facing FaceTime camera, however, unlike its larger capacity models, it does not have a 5MP rear iSight camera - or any rear camera at all...


Original iPhone to Attain Vintage Status     Posted May 15th, 2013
The original iPhone, commonly referred to as the iPhone 2G, will be declared "vintage" on June 11th, 2013. This means that Apple will no longer carry replacement...


Today, May 15th, 2013, the App Store has reached a big milestone: there have been 50 billion - that's 50,000,000,000 - app downloads from the store...

Google Now is Available for iOS     Posted April 29th, 2013
Google has today integrated its Google Now service into the Google Search app. Version 3.0 of the app was just introduced to offer this new functionality. If you don't have a Siri capable device...
 
Apple May be Able to Replace your iPhone Screen     
Posted April 18th, 2013
Some Apple Stores are getting the equipment necessary to replace the front screen of your iPhone. Prior to this, iPhone users with cracked screens would need to pay for an out of warranty replacement phone...
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T-Mobile to Carry iPhone Starting April 12th
     Posted March 26th, 2013
T-Mobile announced in an event today that they will begin carrying the iPhone on April 12th, and will begin taking pre-orders on April 5th. Apple now has all four largest USA carriers on board to offer the iPhone...
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Apple Introduces Optional Two-Step Verification     Posted March 22nd, 2013
Users have the option to take an additional security measure by enabling two-step verification as of yesterday, Thursday, March 21st, 2013. This means that whenever you try to make a purchase on a new device, or you try to edit the...
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MacBook Lineup gets Price Cuts  Posted February 13th, 2013
Today, Apple's MacBook Pro with Retina display and MacBook Air have not only received processor upgrades, they have also received price cuts. Now even more people can get their hands on one of Apple's top-of-the-line notebooks...



Apple announced today, Tuesday, that a 128GB version of the iPad with Retina display would be joining the 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB versions that are currently available. This iPad will be made available through Apple's online and retail stores next Tuesday, February 5th...


iOS 6.1 is Out Posted January 28th, 2013
Today, Monday, Apple released iOS 6.1 to the public. This update is compatible with all the same devices as the initial iOS 6.0 update. We wanted to clear up any confusion, since iOS 6.0.2 was only available for the iPhone 5 and iPad mini...


Apple Releases iTunes 11 Posted November 29th, 2012
Just today, the long-anticipated iTunes 11 was released by Apple. It was originally set to come out at the end of last month, but Apple delayed the release to give them a chance to fine-tune it and provide...

 
Posted November 2nd, 2012
Today, November 2, Apple Stores and other retail stores began selling the Wi-Fi model of the brand new iPad mini. The Wi-Fi + Cellular model will go on sale a week later, on November 9th. Initial...

This past Saturday, October 27th, 2012, the Apple Store in Palo Alto on University Ave. had its grand re-opening with a completely redesigned store. The first 1,000 customers were promised a T-shirt, though there were well over that many attending...


Alongside the all-new iPad mini, Apple also unveiled the 4th generation iPad this Tuesday. Since then, a couple of popular questions have arisen. Why did the 4th generation...


In a number of product releases today, October 23rd, Apple introduced new variants of the MacBook Pro notebook, and the iMac as well as the Mac mini. The MacBook Pro with Retina display was introduced in a 15-inch version this June and it...


Posted September 30, 2012



What is so Great about the New iPhone 5? Posted September 22, 2012
You've heard that it is thinner, lighter, and faster. But isn't every redesigned iPhone? Let's look at the technical side of it. Thinner. There is 
no...


While the star of the show was, of course, the iPhone 5, there are also some very notable new features in the latest generation iPod touch (5th generation) and iPod nano (7th generation). To begin, the iPhone 5...


Apple Holding September Event Tomorrow Posted September 11, 2012
"The most amazing iPhone yet:" the iPhone 4S. That is expected to change tomorrow. Apple has officially...


The pictures are in of the new MacBook Pro with Retina Display! ...


Now both the MacBook Air and the MacBook Pro with Retina display use flash storage. The MacBook Air is configurable up to 512GB, and the new MacBook Pro with Retina display is configurable up to 768GB. But a question that...


Apple Introduces New MacBook Pro, Air, and iOS 6, OS X Mountain Lion at WWDC 2012 Posted June 11, 2012
Apple's annual Worldwide Developers' Conference was held today, June 11th, 2012. And they had new Mac notebooks and new...
AT&T Will Begin Offering Unlocking for iPhones Posted April 6, 2012
AT&T announced that beginning Sunday, April 8th, they will offer unlocking for iPhones, so that they can be used with...
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About the 4G Network Indicator on iPhone 4S Posted March 26, 2012
Many are puzzled when "4G" is displayed on their iPhone 4S, after updating to iOS 5.1. Note that the cellular network speeds...

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Thoughts on Siri Posted March 11, 2012
Here you can read the Apple Club's thoughts about Siri: Will Siri be supported on other iOS devices in the future? Will Siri be supported on older devices? What new features, if any, will Siri have? We will also...
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The New iPad and iOS 5.1 announced Posted March 7, 2012
The third generation of iPad was just announced by Apple in San Francisco earlier today. This iPad features...
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Mac OS X Mountain Lion This Summer Posted February 16, 2012
Mac OS X Mountain Lion (10.8) developer preview is available now, and will be released to the general public late this Summer, Apple says.
With over 100 new features, Mountain Lion will bring the apps everyone loved in iOS 5 to the Mac. The Mac will now have...
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