iLuv's Diary is a black leather folio with a hard-shell frame inside that you snap your iPhone 5 into. The inside flap has two credit card slots, and we were able to fit three cards total comfortably, or four cards really crammed.
Hey, remember a while back when we told you about the custom car dashboard featuring a built-in iPad mini? Yeah, that was kind of amazing. But the team at Carbuzz have taken things even further (albeit virtually). A new tongue-in-cheek post at the enthusiast site asks what an Apple-designed vehicle might look like, right down to the tricky issue of maintenance.
Rounded Rectangles is a design column that runs every Tuesday on MacLife.com. This week's Tuesday is Christmas, however, the one day of the year when nobody wants to read about awesome technology and the ways Apple finds to make it special. So while we aren't normally in the habit of publishing poetry, we humbly present the following for your consideration.
We don't know if there's anything hotter in the hopper than the Frys.com iPhone 5 deal we posted earlier today. But that doesn't mean there aren't plenty of interesting stories worthy of your attention this week. For example, what's up with Instagram? And how do you like the idea of your DVDs--in the cloud? Find out about this and more inside.
The annual TIME Person of the Year cover is kind of a big deal. Since 1927, the magazine has bestowed the honor to some of the most influential people in the world. Among the short-list of eight finalists for the 2012 cover is Apple CEO Tim Cook. Not the first time a Cupertino CEO has been nominated -- but could this be Cook's year?
Between iOS and the Mac, Apple has some of the most easy-to-use products on the market. However, some users may need more guidance than others, requiring additional resources to learn the ins and outs of their favorite products and operating systems. For these users, we present to you our list of the top five resources for Apple users that are current, and up-to-date for 2013.
Initially pronounced the best mobile mapping solution on the planet, the reimagined iOS 6 Maps has become a PR disaster for Apple, leading CEO Tim Cook to publicly apologize for the debacle. Google heard the frustrated cries of iOS users and, like a knight in shining armor, now comes riding back onto the iPhone with its own Google Maps app, a mere three months after being banished from the castle. But this isn't exactly the same app iOS users have loved since its debut in 2007.
The Apple System Status page has received a bit of a facelift. And with the update comes the ability to see more detailed explanations of why an App Store, iCloud system, or service is experiencing an issue. Current -- and recent -- outages are now displayed on a timeline, with an explanation of those affected.
If you were to take all the patent-related Apple news over this past year, end to end, it would stretch to the moon and back. OK, maybe not that much -- but it seems like every time we turn around there's commotion over Apple losing a patent, or suing another electronics maker for infringement. Today, the USPTO has overturned yet another Apple filing, the second in as many months.