Apple’s innovative use of the touchscreen was one the main reasons why Apple took the mobile world by storm and became the tech goliath we all know and love. But with Apple apparently preparing a new iPhone just four months after the release of the last – has Apple and many other tech giants lost their ability to really innovate in the mobile space, and are they just going through the motions?
Apple has unveiled its latest quarterly profits and while it missed Wall Street forecasts they did make a healthy £5.1 billion profit.
Apple has just finished their last product launch of 2012 and have unveiled a raft new products. Some we already knew about: the iPad Mini and the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro. But, others were straight out of blue. There were refreshes for the 4th Generation iPad, the Mac Mini and the biggest surprise was the all-new super thin iMac.
With IFA in full swing the world’s technology companies are clambering for attention and with literally hundreds of new piece of tech it can be hard to make an impact. We’ve scoured the Berlin Messe to give you roundup of what we think have been the most intriguing products, from tablets to all-in-one computers, here’s what has caught our eye.
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With Europe’s largest consumer electronics show IFA just around the corner, we’re going to continue our run through of what is going to be hot at this year’s show which takes place in Berlin’s Messe.
Apple is releasing the latest version of their desktop operating system Mac OS X. Mountain Lion looks to right some wrongs from OS X Lion and moves the OS even closer to its mobile cousin iOS. While were still some way off a completely unified OS there are quite a few changes – so let us give you a guide on what you can expect.
With the dust finally settling on yet another E3 we thought we scour Youtube and the like for every conceivable game the was shown at E3 and give you round up of what were the killer games from this year’s show – a few of them won’t be available this year, but are more of a window into the future next generation gaming.
Not only were Apple on hand to show off their latest MacBook and iOS 6, the Cupertino company detailed what you can expect from their next version of OS X, called Mountain Lion. Here is a rundown of some of the top new features that you’ll find in the 9th release of the Mac operating system, which is expected to be release in July via digital download.