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Apple iPad (2014) release date, rumours and everything you need to know

Apple iPad (2014) release date, rumours and everything you need to know

By 13 October 2014

Apple has dominated the media lately with the arrival of its new iPhones and although the two devices have now hit the shelves, if you thought you'd heard the last from the company for a few months, think again. The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were both... >>

Is Apple about to lose its sapphire glass supplier?

Is Apple about to lose its sapphire glass supplier?

By 10 October 2014

Apple's sapphire glass supplier is seeking to end its “oppressive and burdensome” contract with the Cupertino company. The Wall Street Journal reported that sapphire manufacturer GT Advanced Technologies will close two plants in Arizona and Massachusetts,... >>

Apple iPad Air 2 may have double the memory and arrive on 16 October

Apple iPad Air 2 may have double the memory and arrive on 16 October

By 9 October 2014

Apple is expected to unveil its new range of iPads including the iPad Air 2 at an event on 16 October. A recent supplier leak suggests the new iPad Air 2 will double the memory of its predecessor. The iPad Air 2 should come with a powerful 2GB of memory... >>

Fitbit doesn't want to play nice with Apple's Health app

Fitbit doesn't want to play nice with Apple's Health app

By 9 October 2014

Fitbit has confirmed it won't support Apple's Health app that released alongside iOS 8 in September. The company makes popular fitness tracking wearables and apps and was even deemed the top seller for activity trackers in the first quarter of this year,... >>

Apple 16 October event now official: 'It's been way too long'

Apple 16 October event now official: 'It's been way too long'

By 8 October 2014

Apple has sent the media invites to an event scheduled for 16 October, roughly one month after it unveiled the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. The event will kick off around 10 AM PST at the Town Hall auditorium on Apple's Cupertino headquarters campus, according... >>

Apple iPad Pro could feature Mac OS X operating system

Apple iPad Pro could feature Mac OS X operating system

By 7 October 2014

Apple's 2015 iPad Pro, which is rumoured to arrive with a 12.9-inch screen, could come sporting the full Mac OS X operating system. According to supply chain rumours, outed by Digitimes, Apple has two prototype versions of the iPad Pro currently in testing.... >>

The Sub could be the ultimate home draught beer kit, from Apple designer Marc Newson

The Sub could be the ultimate home draught beer kit, from Apple designer Marc Newson

By 7 October 2014

Could this be the end of the pub? It's certainly a great alternative. The Sub was created by Heineken and Apple designer Marc Newson to offer home draught beer perfection. The Sub launched on 1 October in silver and is now going to be available in a black... >>

Apple iPad Air 2 leaks: thinner, faster A8 processor, Touch ID and Apple Pay

Apple iPad Air 2 leaks: thinner, faster A8 processor, Touch ID and Apple Pay

By 7 October 2014

Apple is expected to unveil the iPad Air 2 on 16 October, according to rumours. Until now very few details have leaked. According to a report, created from sources inside Apple, the new iPad Air 2 will use a different screen manufacturing technique to... >>

New Apple iPads now expected on 16 October instead of rumoured later event

New Apple iPads now expected on 16 October instead of rumoured later event

By 3 October 2014

Apple's rumoured 21 October event might actually be held on 16 October, it's claimed. According to Recode, a tech site with a great track record when it comes to Apple news, Apple has more new products to unveil in 2015 and plans to debut them at an event... >>

Is the used iPhone you're buying stolen? Here's how to check with Apple's new tool

Is the used iPhone you're buying stolen? Here's how to check with Apple's new tool

By 3 October 2014

Apple has a new tool that can stop you from buying hot iPhones. The iPhone has long supported a kill switch feature that renders the phone useless should it be reported as lost or stolen. While it's a handy feature for people who don't want strangers... >>