A couple of images of what seem to be the iPhone 6 and its hardware components have recently spread all over the Internet. But even though the design is quite Apple-esque, these are simply renderings by a certain Martin Hajek.
Despite newer tablets are rolling in, many people still prefer the iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display announced way back in October. Are you buying a new Apple tablet today? Here are the official prices in the Philippines, along with prices from Globe and Smart telecom, for your perusal.
Amazon thinks highly of its new Kindle Fire HDX, which the company is claiming to be even better than Apple’s iPad Air. As shown in their latest ad, this Amazon slate comes packing more pixels, lighter weight, and a more affordable price.
Are you using cellular data more than you’re supposed to? Luckily for iPhone users, there’s a setting in iOS 7 that lets you disable cellular data usage on apps you specify.
Globe Telecom has broken from its iPhone launch tradition of extravagance and instead delivered “a simpler and more meaningful” event intended to raise awareness for the victims of Typhoon Yolanda.
Someone with inside information about Apple’s future plans is claiming the company is experimenting with curved displays and improved sensors as part of new iPhone designs.
With the official launch of the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C in the Philippines, Smart Communications has released their post-plans for the new iPhones. As expected, they’re available in all the types of Smart’s post-paid plans.
Do you love the iPhone and its ecosystem? Are you the type who can’t resist upgrading every year and is burdened by it? Have you been praying that telcos would help you in your quest to have an always-updated iPhone? Then fret not, Globe has heard your prayers!
Apple fans in the Philippines will soon be able to grab a MacBook Pro. As indicated in the company’s online retail store for our country, both 13- and 15-inch models are available to ship later this month.
The iPad mini 2 has arrived and, as with most of Apple’s high-profile devices, does not fall short in features and performance. Its long-awaited Retina display certainly hogged the spotlight, though its other specs are noteworthy, too. But the question in everyone’s mind is: does it really stack up to its fiercest rival, Google’s Nexus 7 2013?
Included in Apple’s slew of product announcements are a number of new models in the MacBook Pro lineup. These upcoming notebooks will for the first time feature the Haswell processors by Intel, which is expected to boost battery life and processing performance.
Officially announced Tuesday in the US, the new iPad mini 2 offers a Retina display just like the concurrently launched iPad Air. While similar in outward appearance to the original mini, the 7.9-inch tablet refresh has increased the resolution to 2,048×1,536, up from 1,024×768, and touts a 64-bit A7 processor for faster performance.
The long wait is over. Apple fans can finally rejoice now that the company has taken the wraps off of its new tablet. Appropriately dubbed the iPad Air, this tablet is thinner, lighter, and more powerful than its predecessor.