Judging from a "hot off the presses" report straight from Apple's supply chain, prospective iPhone 6 buyers might want to line up even earlier this year, as the smartphone is rumored to suffer a production setback. Meanwhile, the company's iWork apps received minor updates Thursday, and venerable financial software Quicken makes a triumphant return to the Mac in today's Morning Report.
Remember not so long ago when the rumor mill claimed Apple wouldn't be unleashing a phablet-sized, 5.5-inch iPhone 6 this year due to supply chain problems? Turns out assumption may have been the correct one after all.
Apple has finally put the Proview trademark lawsuit behind it, which means the company can start to focus on releasing the new iPad in China at long last. According to one blog in that country, Cupertino may be planning to do just that on July 27.
If you’ve been clamoring to get your hands on Adobe’s new Creative Suite 6 products, today is your lucky day: CS6 is now shipping and available for immediate purchase and download. Unfortunately, the new Creative Cloud service won’t follow until this Friday.
It’s simply amazing how all over the place rumors of Apple’s next handset have become -- what’s news one morning often gets snuffed out later that day with a completely contradictory rumor. Such is the case with the iPhone 5, which may miss its fall debut completely due to production delays.
It’s already one of the worst-kept secrets in tech -- News Corp. titan Rupert Murdoch has an iPad-only newspaper coming called The Daily. A January 19 date had been set to launch the new offering, but it now appears that will be delayed a bit.
The white iPhone 4 is truly as elusive as the legendary Sasquatch (what most folks refer to as “Bigfoot”) -- after popping up for reservation in the Apple Store iOS app earlier this week as well as Apple.com, it’s gone yet again, just like that.
Apple’s iPhone 4 launched in several international markets today, beginning with Australia, where one of the largest publications claims there are “no major reception problems” with the device. Meanwhile, it appears neighboring New Zealand had a little failure to launch at first.
On the eve of 17 more countries getting the iPhone 4 this Friday, a controversy appears to be brewing in the one country originally slated for the same launch date where Apple blamed the delay on government approval.
If The Great White North didn’t already feel slighted by not getting the new iPhone 4 on June 24 along with the U.S. and a handful of international locales, the Canadians may yet have a reason to shake their normally laid-back demeanor, assuming a new rumor is true.