The first three months in 2013 have been relatively quiet for Apple, but a new rumor suggests the company is putting its nose to the grindstone on iOS 7 -- potentially even at the expense of the next major OS X update.
Now that most everyone agrees Apple will be introducing the next iPhone in September, the debate seems to now be focused on when the mythical "iPad mini" might make its debut: At the same time or a separate event?
Despite the protests of Apple executives -- most prominently, the late Steve Jobs -- it appears that a smaller iPad isn’t just the stuff of unicorns and fairy tales. Would you believe that a prototype actually exists somewhere in a Cupertino lab?
Steve Jobs's announcement of Apple's up-and-coming iCloud service at last week's WWDC certainly made an impact on the Mac-using community. While the response seems to have been mostly positive, there appears to be dissent among the cognoscenti -- specifically in regard to the apparent lack of a Web interface.
Frequent Apple prognosticator John Gruber of Daring Fireball has chimed in with his last-minute thoughts on WWDC 2011 in the hours leading up to the big event. While he admits that he doesn’t know much about what will be announced, there are a few interesting tidbits on things he’s heard from others.
For the last week or so, the rumor mill has been in overdrive on the subject of the iPad 2 and what kind of higher-resolution display it might have. According to one pundit, those of you waiting for something awesome might be disappointed.
We've all heard the endless onslaught of Verizon iPhone rumors. But lost in all the talk, is what exactly would happen if the iPhone actually sold on Verizon's network. Would it be a big event? Would Verizon's network survive? John Gruber of Daring Fireball offers some insight in his latest column.
As quickly as iPhone OS 4.0 was shown off, developers and critics alike began a debate over the infamous “Section 3.3.1” which appears to prohibit third-party software such as Adobe Flash from creating apps that circumvent the iPhone SDK. At the center of the controversy is Daring Fireball’s John Gruber.