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Tech company Kanex recently showed off their new DualRole USB hub and Ethernet adapter at the MacWorld conference this year. The highly portable accessory works great with the latest generation retina display Macbook Pros, offering three USB 3.0 ports, as well as a Gigabit ethernet adapter.
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According to various sources citing an article from the Wall Street Journal, Apple recently cut its order for iPhone 5 parts by 50%. We aren’t exactly sure why, but it could be to adjust for the new 6 month cycle of releasing new devices that Apple has been going by recently, as opposed to the company’s old habit of releasing new products once a year. However, some investors felt that this could be due to weak demand for the latest generation iPhone, and just briefly, the company’s stock dipped below the $500 mark.
On January 13, 2013 By Charles Tian
According to a new report by analyst Brian White of Topeka Capital Markets, the next generation iPad and iPad mini could be released as early as March of this year, less than three months away. Previously, Apple maintained the tradition of releasing a new generation model of a product roughly once per year, but broke tradition by unexpectedly releasing the iPad 4 late last year.Read More →
Exactly twelve years have passed since Apple first announced its revolutionary media download and management software, iTunes 1.0. The release of the original iTunes, along with the iPod, were perhaps the two biggest contributing factors to Apple’s turnaround from its struggles in the 90′s. And now, just a little more than a decade later, Apple has become one of the biggest companies on the planet, and arguably the most influential.Read More →
It’s been about three weeks since Apple last released OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.3 12D44 to developers on December 20th, 2012. Just yesterday, Mac developers got access to 10.8.3 build 12D50. We’re not sure what’s different about this Mountain Lion build compared to the previous one, but Apple is asking developers using the OS to focus on AirPlay, Game Center, Graphics Drivers, and Safari. You can check out the full release notes after the break.Read More →
iPhone5Mod.com is a website that designs and sells accessories/modifications for the iPhone 5. Amidst all of the other announcements this week, including rumors of a new iPhone in the works, iPhone5Mod released a mod for iPhone 5 owners, allowing them to replace the traditional back and side covers of their iPhone with translucent ones instead. With this mod, users can see right into the interior of the iPhones. Check out their promo video after the break.Read More →
On January 8, 2013 By Charles Tian