Apple has revealed the schedule for it’s World Developer Conference. An Apple keynote will take place at Moscone West on Monday, June 2nd from 10am to 12pm. Apple CEO Tim Cook will probably be leading the event with the assistance from SVP’s Craig Federighi and Eddy Cue.
There are many remixed iPhone ringtones out there on the internet, but MetroGnome, an elecronic musician, has created the best remix of the classic iPhone ringtone we have heard.
The video bellow shows a dummy iPhone 6 model running a simulated version of iOS that was made for a 4.7-inch display. A 4.7-inch Moto X is placed behind the bezel of the iPhone 6 dummy to give you an idea of what iOS would look like on the soon to be launched iPhone 6.
Angela Ahrendts has been working for Apple as the Senior Vice President of retail and online stores for three weeks now and already has three major areas she wants to focus on, mobile payments, China and a revamped shopping experience.
Apple’s “Powerful” ad featured an app called Word Lens by Quest Visual that was originally launched on iOS 4 years ago. The app allows users to use their smartphone camera to translate words and displays the translation on the screen in real time. Word Lens and Quest Visual have now been acquired by Google according to a post on Quest Visual’s website.
LA Lakers basketball player, Kobe Bryant along with his wife visited Apples Cupertino campus to meet with Apple’s design chief Jony Ive. The meeting was reportedly to discuss future Apple products.
A new image of the rumored iPad pro has surfaced, the image was discovered by French website NowhereElse.com.
There have been rumors that suggest the new iPad pro will have a much larger screen. Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple analyst, has said that the new iPad with a 12.9-inch display is still in the pipeline, but we are unlikely to see it launch in 2014.
The 9/11 Memorial Museum in New York City is observing a Dedication Period beginning today through May 20th for “9/11 families, 9/11 rescue and recovery workers, active duty first responders, survivors and lower Manhattan residents and business owners”.
CNBC’s Kelly Evans has been told by Dong Nguyen, Flappy Bird developer, that the addictive game will return to the App Store as early as August and will include a multiplayer feature. This time the game will be less addictive, according to Nguyen.