When Apple holds events in San Francisco it takes over the entire fronts and sides of buildings with decorations, though the same cannot be said for its headquarters in Cupertino, Calif.
Signage for Tuesday's event there, which is expected to bring two new models of the iPhone, is now up, reports French tech site Igen. There's a top banner above the doors, which looks just like the one depicted in Apple's invite to the media last week, as well as some side dressings with more overlapping colors.
Similar decorations went up when Apple held a special event … Read more
For Apple, Tuesday's looking a bit like a time warp.
Rewind back to October 2011, and the company invited media to its headquarters to introduce an enhanced version of the hit smartphone it launched the year before. The same is expected at Tuesday's event, where all eyes are on Apple to announce the iPhone 5S -- a souped-up version of 2012's iPhone 5.
The big difference this time around is that Apple is expected to roam into new territory, adding on top of that with an entirely new model to the iPhone family: one designed not necessarily … Read more
Mark your calendars for next Tuesday, September 10. Apple has just sent out invites for a news event that day, where we're expecting to see the next iPhone.
This year's tagline is simply, "This should brighten everyone's day."
The event is taking place at Apple's headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., and begins at 10 a.m. Pacific. CNET will be there to bring you all the news, live. Stay tuned for more details on how to watch.… Read more
Don't expect a new iPad 5 or iPad Mini at the expected September 10 Apple event -- that's the consensus of Apple experts and observers.
After rumors surface Wednesday claiming that new iPads would be announced alongside new iPhones, Apple blogs responded: No.
9to5Mac said that "it contradicts everything we've heard thus far about Apple's fall iOS Device launch plans from our sources."
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Countdown to an Event is designed to show you how many days, hours, minutes, and seconds are left until an event of your choosing; but setting, managing, and viewing those events can be a headache. From navigating the sluggish, poorly labeled interface to finding the features you need to actually set up new events, the app makes even the easiest of tasks harder than they need to be.
After installing Countdown to an Event you can see where the countdown should be but no clear method for adding new events to the listing and getting the app started. There are … Read more
Nokia will hold a two-day event in New York on September 26 and 27, according to the folks at Windows Phone Central. No details were spilled as to the nature or topic of the event, but one obvious candidate is a Nokia tablet.
The company has traditionally used New York to unveil major new Lumia devices. In September 2012, Nokia launched the Lumia 920 in New York, and earlier this month, the Lumia 1020 made its debut in the city. With a full lineup of Lumia phones now up for sale, the time may be ripe for a long-awaited tablet.… Read more