Apple has sent out invitations for the media to gather at the Apple Town Hall in Cupertino,CA on August 7th at 10 AM PDT.
Archive for July, 2007
In the never-ending game that is iPod rumors, now it seems the previously reported on trimmed down model may actually be the next gen of Nanos, and not the big league 6th generation.
Think Secret is reporting that rumors are abounding in regards to the 6th generation iPods are not only close to release, but not all that different from the current generation.
With the release of the iPhone, Apple may well be moving away from the desktop market to more handheld based solutions, a case in point is the iPhone. The iPhone runs a mobile version of Mac OSX which could pave the way for future devices, like Apple based PDAs, Newton, anyone?
Stockholders can be a fickle bunch, especially the majority holders and fears had spread that the iPhone would not sell as well as Wall Street had predicted. Not only did the iPhone sell well, it went above expectations but those first few hours after launch were a bumpy ride for new iPhone owners.
Looking back on what seems like a long-past release of the iPhone a mere matter of weeks ago, the consumer industry is eating up the iPhone at every turn.Â However, there is a vast distinction between the consumer industry and the corporate industries, where a competitive and constantly fluctuating power struggle exists between smart phone manufacturers and service providers…can Apple secure a hold on the hearts and pockets of the industry executives and corporate big wigs?
In an highly uncharacteristic move for Apple, hints were dropped at a financial Q&A of ‘”some product transitions”.
Apple is now offering 8-core Mac ProÂ power computers, bringing very high performance computing to the Macintosh world.
Though the iPhone is commandeering the attention of every major media news outlet and the entirety of the blogosphere as we know it, there are many, including myself, that say enough is enough.Â As the iPhone has already hit the market with full force, here are 3 good reasons to abandon watch over the newborn device.
So you got yourself an iPhone, but were surprised to find out that it doesn’t support Microsoft Exchange. So kiss your hopes of accessing your corporate email account goodbye? Not yet, there’s still hope, and that hope is with Syncronica Mobile Gateway 3.0.