It was reported earlier in the week that Apple is planning to renovate its iTunes Music Store to due to decline in music downloads. Music blogger Robert Hutton reported that Apple may be adding High Definition music downloads as well and Apple may announce this at the June WWDC.
Tim Cook has twitted his opinion on a potential new law that is currently being considered by the United States Congress. He tweeted “The House should mark the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act by passing ENDA”, Cook also tweeted a quote “We shall overcome” and said “Much done but much left to do.”
Don Melton and Steve Jobs were not close but he has been involved with Jobs since the days of NeXT and is the former Safari Chief. Melton has contributed to the Safari browser and WebKit.
A model of the iPhone 6 has reportedly leaked from Elam, a Chinese case manufacturer. Nowhereelse.fr published a photo of the model which can be seen below.
TinyCo and FOX Entertainment have released ‘Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff’ game and is available for free in the App Store. The app is available in a number of languages including English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Turkish!
According to a report from 9to5Mac, KGI Research analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has released a timeline that show Apple is planning a massive rollout for new products in Q3 2014.
Apple will update the iPad, Apple TV, and MacBook line, says Kuo. But the Mac mini and the much rumored Apple-branded television were not mentioned. In the meantime we will only see a minor update in the iMac line.
In a survey from 451 Research show that the percentage of consumers likely to buy the iPhone 6 is significantly higher than was the case with the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s.
Heartbleed bug is a critical security bug that was discovered in OpenSSL. Open SSL is a popular open source encryption software used by a number of websites and it is considered the biggest security threat the internet has seen. Continue reading to see what steps you can take to protect yourself against this bug.
Apple depends on chip makers like Qualcomm but is now planning to develop baseband chips for iPhone and iPads in-house according to a report from Digitimes.