By Sebastien Page on Oct 23, 2011
Last week Apple held a special event on its main Cupertino campus to celebrate Steve Jobs’ life. The event was streamed all around the world to Apple employees, but unfortunately, the rest of us were not able to watch.
Apple today posted the video of the full event for everyone to watch… Read More
By Alex Heath on Oct 20, 2011
Apple has announced the 2011 iOS 5 Tech Talk World Tour for developers. The tour offers app developers from around the world a chance to learn from Apple’s experts in nine cities on three continents.
Registered Apple developers are encouraged to attend one of these events and learn from Apple and other developers. The talks will be very technical and focus on the newest innovations in iOS 5. Read More
By Sebastien Page on Oct 10, 2011
Apple CEO Tim Cook just sent an email to his employees to let them know that the company is planning a celebration in memory of Steve Jobs, who passed away last week.
The event will take place at Apple’s HQ on Wednesday, October 19th, at 10am… Read More
By Alex Heath on Oct 4, 2011
Today is a big day for Apple news. If you’ve gotten lost in the growing pile of announcements, here’s a helpful recap of the main highlights from Apple’s “Let’s Talk iPhone” event.
Today Tim Cook and co. talked about iOS 5, iCloud, and the iPhone 4S. Check inside for everything you need to know… Read More
By Cody Lee on Oct 4, 2011
After several months of rumors and speculation, Apple’s long-awaited iPhone event has finally arrived. As expected, Tim Cook has taken the stage to kick off the highly anticipated keynote.
The newly-appointed CEO has started things off by talking about Apple’s major milestones over the last several months. As you may know, it’s been a good year for Apple, so Tim has plenty to brag about… Read More
By Alex Heath on Oct 4, 2011
The world’s biggest Apple store in London has been transformed into a live streaming hall for the UK press to watch Apple’s iPhone event today. Apple announced yesterday that it will not be streaming its event for the public, but a private video feed of today’s event will be streamed to press members across the pond that are gathered in the Covent Garden retail store. Read More
By Alex Heath on Oct 4, 2011
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably know that Apple is holding its “Let’s Talk iPhone” event today. Tim Cook and the Apple executive team will be unveiling iCloud, iOS 5, and a new iPhone. We’ll probably also see updated iPod hardware, and perhaps another surprise.
Apple announced that it won’t be streaming the event today, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t stay on top of everything that’s happening. We at iDB will be brining you breaking news on the event as it happens. Read More
By iDB Staff on Oct 3, 2011
Apple’s “Let’s Talk iPhone” event is happening tomorrow. It’s been 14 months since the iPhone 4 launch, and we’ve all been itching to hear what Apple has planned next for its incredible smartphone.
The iDB team has given last minute predictions and thoughts about tomorrow’s event. Will there be an iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, or both? What about iOS 5′s top secret “Assistant” feature? Will Steve Jobs grace the stage for “One more thing?”
Check inside for our individual thoughts and predictions on all of these topics and more… Read More
By Alex Heath on Oct 3, 2011
Bummer. Apple has officially stated that it will not be streaming tomorrow’s “Let’s Talk iPhone” event, according to 9to5Mac.
Apple streamed live video of last year’s September event, but no such luck this year. UK journalists will get a private stream at the Covent Garden Apple Store in London. Read More
By Zech TesfaYohannes on Oct 2, 2011
Today Apple put up the banner for the “Let’s Talk iPhone” event. The banner shows the same exact icons that were on the invitations sent out a couple of days ago.
The banner was put up outside of Apple’s campus auditorium in Cupertino, California. Apple’s event is scheduled to take place this Tuesday. Read More
By Sebastien Page on Oct 1, 2011
Are you going to be following Tuesday’s special event? I’m not talking about the upcoming iPhone announcement – who cares about that? I’m talking about the other special event. The one held by Adobe at 10am, where the company is supposed to announce new user experiences both in the browser and in apps.
It is unclear who chose the date and time first, but one thing is sure: I doubt many people will be following Adobe’s announcement while Apple is unveiling its next iPhone… Read More
By Sebastien Page on Sep 30, 2011
On October 4th 10 am PST, Apple will finally unveil the next iPhone, putting an end to months of rumors and speculation. At this time, we don’t know if the event will be streamed live, but you can always count on us to report every bit of information about the announcement.
If you’re not in the US, do you know what time the keynote will start in your city and country? We make it easy for you… Read More
By Oliver Haslam on Sep 29, 2011
With Apple holding an iPhone event next Tuesday, 4th of October, the world’s tech press is gearing up for a busy week of announcements and reactions. Apple will be holding its event at its main campus in Cupertino, California, meaning that members of the press living outside the United States are out of luck.
Unless they happen to be in the UK, that is… Read More
By Jeff Benjamin on Sep 27, 2011
Today Apple sent out invites for its October 4th media event where the curtain will be lifted on all things iPhone.
Interestingly, the image that Apple used on the invites may provide a clue as to what we can see come October 4th at 10:00am PST.
The image contains the Apple 1 Infinite Loop campus in the Maps app (where the event will be held), the correct date (Calendar app), the correct time (Clock app), and one more little interesting tidbit… Read More
By Alex Heath on Sep 27, 2011
It’s finally happened, folks. Apple has officially announced its next iPhone event to take place on October 4th. The Loop reports that Apple has sent out invites saying that the event will be held on October 4th at Apple’s Cupertino headquarters campus, as was previously reported.
The message simple says: “Let’s talk iPhone.” Read More
By Sebastien Page on Sep 26, 2011
Mashable just dropped somewhat of a bomb in the iOS world. According to the website, Facebook will be launching its long-awaited iPad app at the iPhone 5 event, which will most likely be scheduled next week.
We wouldn’t normally pay too much attention about what Mashable says, but it’s interesting to note that Robert Scoble has been hearing the same thing, as he mentioned last week on Google+… Read More
By Oliver Haslam on Sep 25, 2011
Instagram has been around for some time now, bringing an interesting concoction of quick snaps and ready-made filters to the crazy world of iOS social networking. The photos created and shared by Instagram both delight and appall, but love or hate it, the world’s favorite photographic networking app isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
As if to drive that point home, one group of budding photographers has come together in London, with the goal putting together an art show aimed at highlighting the very best photos to be fiddled with by Instagram’s filters… Read More
By Alex Heath on Sep 25, 2011
AllThingsD has come back with more news on Apple’s upcoming October 4th media event. In the past, Apple has always held its big events in San Francisco at venues like the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
This year is proving to be different. Apple will be holding its iPhone announcement at its own headquarters… Read More
By Sebastien Page on Sep 24, 2011
Yesterday we asked you to take a poll to help decide where JailbreakCon 2012 should be held. The results are in, and because it was the first to reach 1,000 votes, the great state of California is the winner. Yay!
The organizers don’t know for sure where exactly it’s going to be in California. It seems that San Francisco and Los Angeles are the two main options, although I wish it was in San Diego, right down the street from me… Read More