Get out your running shoes, and tighten up that armband for your iPhone! The french iPhone and iPod Touch aficionado website, Blog iPhone, has published what they claim to be screenshots of the Nike+ application for the iPhone.
The taller, skinnier, look will allow for a wider screen, that according to iLounge, will resemble the Zune 4GB/8GB. Blasphemy aside, the new, taller nano would retain its click wheel and users would tilt the device on its side to watch their favorite episodes of Flight of the Conchords.
As with all rumors, you should ingest this with a grain of salt.
Apple is expected to release new and updated iPods in September.
iPhone Software 2.1 has revealed exciting bits o' information like, turn-by-turn directions in Google Maps, the coveted, copy and paste, and now a new bit information. The possibility of a new iPod touch.
Careful checking of the new software's file structure reveals a string with "iPod2,1" in it. The current iPod touch is "1,1."
Will the newest iPod touch have a camera? Maybe it'll have GPS? Or maybe, just maybe, it'll bring 1000 years of peace to the Earth.
Steve and Peter mentioned a mystery product/transition during yesterdays quarterly results conference call. The product is supposed to be soooo cool, that Apple will actually make less money to bringing it to the market.
Since Apple is all hush hush on the matter, we decided to let the wild speculating commence.
Anticipation for a redesigned MacBook Pro circles the globe as rumors spread that Apple could be working on a new aluminum Pro with design features of the MacBook Air and current iMac. MacRumors.com may have uncovered a sneak preview of what the new MacBook Pro’s may look like… or maybe not. The source is Chinese-language blog, Apple.pro which published a photograph of what looks like a prototype of the upcoming redesigned notebook.
The photograph shows the top and bottom housings of the possible prototype side-by-side. Although similar to the MacBook Air, there are enough differences to rule out the possibility that this is simply a photograph of an Air’s casing. MacRumors.com notes for example, that the prototype’s Apple logo is not backlit and the screw configuration of the bottom case does not match the current Air’s casing. The Chinese article also claims that although the keyboard would be the same as in the MacBook Air, the battery for this laptop would be rectangular in shape rather than square.
Fake image made by an eager fan or the real thing? Although some legitimate leaks have come from Chinese sources, it’s good to keep in mind that anonymously leaked photos are more likely to be good fakes than the real thing.
Developers looking to get their last minute iPhone and iPod touch apps on the product roster for the July 11 iTunes App Store unveiling better hurry.
A source for Silicon Alley Insider says that Apple wants all third-party apps in their hands today, supposedly so that testing and approval can be done prior to launch day. Regardless of the impending deadline imposed by Apple, the store will no doubt offer hundreds of useful and engaging apps.
Having a third-party app ready for launch day is beneficial for both parties. Apple gets to tout the hundreds of App Store apps that are ready to go, and the developer gets to ride the wave of excitement expected for the App Store launch.
iPhone Atlas posted an article reporting that an AT&T minion employee spilled the beans on upcoming MMS support coming to the iPhone. You know, the text messages that include pretty pictures instead of the annoying ViewMyMessage.com service AT&T wants you to sign into every time someone sends a MMS message to your iPhone. We're joining the rest of the internet calling shenanigans on this alleged memo. The image above doesn't really help the case. First, the image has the carrier as T-Mobile and secondly, the app on the iPhone in question is SwirlyMMS. SwirlyMMS adds, you guessed it, MMS support to jailbroken iPhones. So lets get back to speculating on the more important issues of the day. Like, where's copy and paste, and what time will I have to leave work to get an iPhone. Come on people, priorities. Via Gizmodo