• Investors Bullish Ahead of Apple iPhone Announcement

    By: Zain Nabi  |  September 9th, 2013  |  Apple, News

    Apple on September 10 is holding a press conference at its headquarters in Cupertino, California, where it is expected to launch the two new iPhone models widely referred as iPhone 5S and 5C and this development has caused a bullish trend among its investors.   According to some, besides launching the two models of iPhone, the company will also announce its deal with the world’s large...

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  • Apple Invites Media in China

    By: Zain Nabi  |  September 6th, 2013  |  Apple, News

    Apple Inc has invited Chinese media to its upcoming event in Beijing on September 11, said by the company spokesman. The company in this event is expected to mark history of giving near-simultaneous briefings in both the United States and the China. Apple was once considered as the biggest mobile phone com...

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  • Australian Teen Leaks Photos of new iPhone

    By: Zain Nabi  |  September 4th, 2013  |  Apple, News

    Sonny Dickson, a teenager boy who lives with his parents in suburban Melbourne, in order to catch the attention of the world has released the detailed pictures and videos on a new upcoming Apple’s iPhone.   Dickson leaked the detailed pictures of the new model of Apple’s iPhone with...

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  • Apple Launches iPhone trade-in program in US

    By: Zain Nabi  |  September 2nd, 2013  |  Apple

    Good news for smartphone users! Customers from the US can now trade-in their smart phones for credit for buying new models of the Apple iPhone. The California-based technology giant Apple has launched a trade-in program in which it announced to unveil its new iPhone in the next few days, while there is still some rumors on the looks as well as on the price of the handset in emerging markets. &n...

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  • Apple iWatch In Next 12 Months Could Build $63bn

    By: Zain Nabi  |  August 30th, 2013  |  Apple

    Apple has selected two well-known suppliers in Taiwan to build its much-expected “iWatch” to be launched in 2014, according to the analysts and local reports of Taiwan. Quanta and Inventec are the two Taiwan-based suppliers in which the order will split in a ratio of 60:40 and they could be asked to build 38m by the next year, according the Apple daily website. However, analyst of CIMB Securit...

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  • Sources Confirm iPhone Gold To Be Released Soon

    By: Talha Bhatti  |  August 30th, 2013  |  Apple, Business, News, Smartphones

    According to iphoneincanada.com, a recent post on TechCrunch suggests the new gold iPhone is going to hit markets anytime. The Gold iPhone or the Champagne iPhone has remained a hot topic of discussion among technology enthusiasts over the last few months. Multiple sources...

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  • Google Nexus 7 Better than Apple

    By: Zain Nabi  |  August 29th, 2013  |  Apple, Google, Tablets

    Google has fired a new weapon in the tablet market battle field by launching a new 7-inch tablet. The tablet has greater resolution and price of this tablet is much cheaper than that of Apple’s new tablet.. According to some, Apple is considering launching iPad but they will announce it after their next announcement of the iPhone that is now reportedly going to launch on September 20.   ...

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  • Apple Acquires Sweden-Based Data Compression Company Algo Trim for an Undisclosed Amount

    By: Ali Raza  |  August 29th, 2013  |  Apple, Business, iOS, Mobile Apps, News

    According to the latest update, Apple has acquired a Swedish company, Algo Trim for an undisclosed amount of money, as the Cupertino-based company confirmed to TechCrunch by saying that “Apple buys smaller technology companies from time to time, and we generally do not discuss our purpose or plans.” The small time company has ...

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  • Samsung and LG Looking to Introduce Kill Switch Functionality in Their Devices – Report

    By: Ali Raza  |  August 29th, 2013  |  Android, Apple, iOS, News, Smartphones, Tablets

    According to the latest report of the Wall Street Journal, South Korea-based Samsung and LG are considering to introduce a new tool in their devices that would make their stolen tablets and smartphones dead or inoperable. Explaining the reason behind introduc...

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  • Apple Begins Training of Retail Store Employees for Forthcoming iPhone Trade-In Program

    By: Ali Raza  |  August 29th, 2013  |  Apple, Business, iOS, News, O Canada, Smartphones

    MacRumours has just came up with a new report that Apple Inc. has already started training its employees at retails stores in order to make them ready for the forthcoming iPhone trade-in program, as the launch is expected soon. Here is an excerpt from the original report of MacRumours:   “There has been little in the ...

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