A dose of common sense goes a long way when it comes to Apple rumors.
Bloomberg reports that Apple “is seeking a trademark for ‘iWatch’ in Japan,” stoking rumors that the company is working on a wrist-worn gadget meant to augment certain iPad and iPhone features.
While Google and even Sony have tried to launch their own smart-TV projects, I believe it will be Apple who shows the world how to make a smart TV
Apple may unveil a streaming music service at WWDC next week.
In which I follow up on my May 2012 story on the Taipei-based news site’s famously untrustworthy Apple reporting.
Apple’s design honcho Jony Ive reportedly has quite a drastic change in store for the next version of iOS.
Consider this your routine reminder not to believe every single Apple rumor, especially those based on mysterious supply chain sources.
The odds are looking good that Apple will ditch the textured, bubbly look of its iOS software in favor of something more modern
The Wall Street Journal reports “people familiar with the device’s production” as saying the next iPhone is on its way for “a possible summer launch.”
I see a couple of possible scenarios here.
Release dates for new Apple products have been tougher to predict lately, with the end of the yearly refresh for new iPads and the ever-shifting launch window of new iPhones.
Recent rumors about Apple “experimenting” with a curved-glass smartwatch have escalated, with Bloomberg reporting that the company “has a team of about 100 product designers” working on the project.