Apple loves to shroud its upcoming products and updates in mystery, so the above photo is not exactly the long rumored gaming joypad, but it's here for a purpose. Pocket Gamer reports that Apple will release its very own game controller!
Earlier this morning, the Apple sleuths over at AppleInsider lived up to their names, breaching the walled fortress at Cupertino and digging up what appears to be a patent that could point to a product like the Apple Watch.
Now that there are over 1 billion smartphones out there, the time seems about right for there to be a next big thing. If Google's Sergey Bring has anything to say about it, the next big thing is going to be a computer you wear on your face. But what's Apple's answer to Google Glass? There's a lot of speculation out there that it might be some kind of smartwach. Does this mean everyone will get to
Apple will release a 128GB iPad starting Tuesday, February 5th, and this latest model has twice the storage capacity of the current 64GB versions. For memory hounds keeping score, owners of the Galaxy Note, the BlackBerry Playbook, or the Kindle Fire have tablets that can hold up to 64GB. Microsoft's Surface Pro, which hits stores February 9th, is being released in a 64GB and 128GB version.
When the iPad first launched, you could nab one of the more robust models that would afford you 64GB of space. That's a lotta flash memory! But by now, it's gotta be way higher than that, right? Actually, Apple has kept its storage capacities pretty much the same ever since that first generation iPad dropped back in April of 2010. So that's why this rumor according to 9to5Mac is so interesting. It
Apple recently posted an announcement to developers that would change the rules surrounding screenshots and how games are updated on the App Store. Effective immediately, screenshots will be locked after an app is approved and cannot be altered or swapped without going through the whole process again.
According to a report from The Next Web, Apple might already be testing its next smartphone. There are some developers who claim to have uncovered references to new hardware and software in usage logs from IP addresses originating at Apple's Cupertino campus. Does this mean that an iPhone 6 is around the corner?