Apple‘s forthcoming 7.85 inch tablet, expected to be launched at an event in October, will be named the iPad Mini according to Apple blog site Macotakara.
Component parts manufacturers have been ordered to gear up for mass production of the tablets in September, indicating the launch may be drawing near.
Delta Airlines, American Airlines and Virgin Australia are all gearing up to introduce Apple’s new feature the Passbook as the new mobile boarding pass.
Flagship Australian airline Qantas is ditching BlackBerry for Apple’s iPhone and rolling out in-flight iPad entertainment streaming, dealing a blow to the US firm’s rivals.
Qantas said it was switching 1,300 employee phones from Canada-based Research in Motion’s BlackBerry to the popular Apple device after a “large majority” of workers expressed a preference for the iPhone.
“Transition from the BlackBerry to the iPhone is part of Qantas’ broader mobility strategy and, once complete, will result in significant cost savings,” Qantas said.
A rare surviving first model of the Apple computer — a stripped down, clunky device that bears no resemblance to today’s sleek gadgets — sold for $374,000 at auction in New York on Friday.
The growth of technology in today’s vehicles means that it can be difficult to know where to go for help. You can’t go to an electronics shop, because it’s in your car.
It’s a problem which luxury automaker Lexus has been working on, reportedly hitting upon the answer with the help of the world’s hottest technology brand, Apple.
Bang & Olufsen has introduced EarSet 3i stereo headset designed for use with iPhone, iPad and iPod.
Bang & Olufsen says EarSet 3i is developed specifically with the newest generation of Apple devices in mind.
Its functionality is based solely on Apple products and if compared to EarSet 3, it offers additional functionality.