On the heels of Monday's report about Lightning to 30-pin Adapters beginning to ship to early customers, it now appears that Apple is also starting to ship preorders for the fifth-generation iPod touch as well.
The first week of October is already a memory, but new iPhone 5 owners apparently won't have to wait much longer to get their hands on the new Lightning to 30-pin Adapters that Apple promised to ship this month.
Hope you set the alarm clock and got your iPhone 5 preorder in early if you're hoping to have FedEx or UPS bring it straight to your door, because the shipping estimates from Apple's website have already slipped to two weeks.
Since the introduction of the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display back in June, speculation has turned to when that gorgeous display would finally be heading to other members of the Mac family -- and the answer now appears to be "soon."
If you're the type who wants to be notified of every change in the status of your online orders, Apple has introduced just such a service for U.S. customers, which sends a text message when your order status changes.
Happy Friday the 13th! Be sure to stay away from black cats, ladders, sharp knives and campgrounds with the words Crystal Lake in them, lest you wind up like one of the characters in a Final Destination movie. We've got a rousing start to your mid-July weekend, so let's not waste one precious moment talking about it and dive headfirst into the news for this Friday, July 13, 2012!
It's been just over a month since Apple blessed us with some sweet, sweet Retina Display love on its new 15-inch MacBook Pro, during which time the online shipping estimates slipped to as long as four weeks. That situation is finally improving, but only by a little.
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.
Almost since the debut of the original iPhone in 2007, entrepreneurs have been making quick money by scarfing up as much of Apple’s coveted devices as possible and shipping them back to where they came from: China, where they sell for nearly double -- but those gold rush days may be over with the new iPad.