Happy iPad mini Day! If you happen to be standing in line somewhere waiting to buy your new little tablet pal, we've got a way to make the time pass just a little bit faster with a handful of stories you might have missed on Thursday. And hey, if you're curious what the iPad mini looks like inside, you'll be pleased to know that's one of the very news items you're about to read...
So it was a big announcement week with not only the long rumored iPad mini, but surprises like the newly redesigned iMacs, Retina Display additions to the MacBook line up, and the fourth generation iPad. One thing Apple never does is disappoint. So a few other stories happened this week too, so why don't we take a look?
The co-founder and CEO of iFixit has a few choice words for the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT) after the registry verified Apple's 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display with a Gold rating.
The ongoing drama between Twitter and its third-party developers appears to have finally taken its toll on Echofon, by far our favorite Twitter client on Mac and iOS. While other users have lamented the demise of Tweetie or how awful the official Twitter and TweetDeck apps are, Echofon was probably our most-used app for both desktop and mobile -- and now one-half of that winning team is headed for the dumpster. Read on to find out the details.
The weekend is here! Okay, so maybe you're reading this first thing in the morning so you've still got a whole Friday to get through, but you can easily kill a bit of that time by reading up on some stories you might have missed on Thursday -- including the release of Zombie Gunner, which is free for a limited time and ready to keep your fingers out of trouble this weekend.
Call it either "ScatchGate" or "ScuffGate," Apple appears to have yet another non-controversy on its hands with the iPhone 5's new aluminum back, which is more prone to scratches or scuffs than the last few models. Of course, those of us who owned an original iPhone back in 2007 remember well how the back side picked up scratches, so we'll just kick back and let the rest of you twist in the wind over it for now. But in case you're curious what Apple has to say about it, read on...
Today's the big day. You've spent the night sitting on a cold sidewalk outside the Apple Store, and months upon months of speculation have led to a shiny, new iPhone 5 in your hands. Well, unless you're like many of us and are just waiting for a package to arrive at the door. In the meantime, how about a look at the inside of Apple's new iOS device?
Apple's new EarPods look pretty fly, but aren't you curious what is inside of them? We were, and thankfully so was the crew over at iFixit, who tore the new earphones apart as soon as they go their hands on them. Come take a look.