Apple has upped its retail store game once again. After recently opening up its first two stores in the UAE, the Cupertino-based company has now announced that it will eventually have an official Apple retail presence in Singapore. As part of Apple's efforts to continually improve its retail experience with each new store, this particular offering in Singapore will once again push the boundaries by integrating solar panels that will provide the operation with 100-percent renewable energy source.
Apple today has published its 2015 gift guide for the upcoming holiday season. The gift guide recommends products such as the iPhone 6s, iPad Pro, new Apple TV and more along with free shipping offer.
Here's our hands-on and first impressions of Apple Watch Sport, Steel and Gold Edition models. For more details, check out the photo gallery and the embedded video below.
Apple's often ignored Apple Store app for iOS will get an update this coming Tuesday, with Apple's current push on trying to get people to buy its hardware from its own stores apparently the crux of the update. Links to content on Apple's app and book stores will also be front and center.
Last week, we reported that Apple Stores were gearing up for a major revamp: either a new product, or as it later became clear, a upgrade to the store itself. Indeed, today stores are re-opening around the world with a major difference: information cards have been replaced with iPads, so users can look up information on a product on the fly.
Now that we're firmly in iPhone 5 rumor season, we're seeing reports both for and against Near Field Communication being present in Apple's next smartphone. While Google's Nexus S currently sports the spangly new payment method, NFC has been slow to catch on outside Japan. Perhaps though, BGR has received the biggest tip yet that Apple is taking the NFC bull by the horns with news the company could be bringing the technology to its Apple Stores.
It looks like Dubai will be getting its first Apple Store on March 16th, according to Stuff Middle East and picked up by 9to5Mac.
Adding a spot of color to an otherwise sparse iPhone home screen is one of the main reasons to jailbreak an iDevice these days, and until today finding the right theme has been a chore. That's where Cydia's new Theme Center comes in.
Since jailbreaking has been declared in United States as 100 percent legal, and now that we have the easiest jailbreak to date (JailbreakMe) which is all web-based and doesn’t require any Mac or a PC to run, some users thought why not to give it a go to jailbreak iOS devices in the nearest Apple Store? All for fun of course!
If you were expecting a full iPhone 4 recall from Apple, you will be disappointed. Buy hey, something is better than nothing right? Steve Jobs today at iPhone 4 press conference announced a free iPhone 4 bumper for every iPhone 4 user. If you have already bought a bumper, you will get full refund. Oh and yea, if you still don’t like your iPhone 4, you can return it within 30 days of purchase.