• WWDC Starts Tomorrow – Here Are Our Predictions For The Keynote

    WWDC Starts Tomorrow – Here Are Our Predictions For The Keynote

    Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference starts tomorrow and as always all eyes will be on San Francisco as Apple announce new software, products and services during the event’s keynote. This year Mitchell, Marc and I are putting forward our predictions for likely announcements tomorrow. Also tomorrow we’ll be live-tweeting the whole event on the @yourtechreport twitter account, as well as full coverage here on the site. Then afterwards you can join us for a post-mortem Google Hangout on our YouTube channel or embedded right here on the site. Check after the jump for our predictions for tomorrow’s event.

     
  • Apple Offers USB Power Adapter Trade-in Program

    Apple Offers USB Power Adapter Trade-in Program

    Responding to reports that third-party power adapters “may not be designed properly and could result in safety issues,” Apple has announced a USB Power Adapter Takeback Program which lets you pick up original Apple adapters for the iPad, iPhone and iPod for just $10 (saving $9) if you return a third party adapter in the process (the offer is limited to one adapter per device that you own). If you think you have a third-party adapter, head to your nearest Apple Store between August 16th and October 18th.

     
  • Adobe Ups the Ante with Photoshop Touch for iPhone/iPod

    Adobe Ups the Ante with Photoshop Touch for iPhone/iPod

    Adobe has just upped the ante for mobile device photo editing with the new Photoshop Touch for iPhone / iPod touch. With new features such as scribble selection and camera fill, users of the iPhone/iPod Touch will be treated to features formerly available only on the iPad edition. Check it out in the AppStore now: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/adobe-photoshop-touch-for/id589440659?mt=8

     
  • Bounce Along with Apple’s new iPod Ad

    Bounce Along with Apple’s new iPod Ad

    Apple wants you to get bouncing with its new ad for the iPod Touch and Nano. Announced just a bit ago at its iPhone 5 keynote, the new iPod lineup is just appearing in stores and shipping to consumers worldwide. If you haven’t seen the ad on tv yet, here it is in all its colorful glory:

     
  • New iPod Touch & Nano Now In Stores & Shipping

    New iPod Touch & Nano Now In Stores & Shipping

    If you have been itching to check out the new iPod Touch or iPod Nano, now is your chance. The fifth gen Touch is now shipping and now available in Apple retail stores across North America, while the Nano is starting to pop up as well. The seventh generation Nano comes complete with 16GB of storage and a multi-touch screen for $149, while the Touch comes in higher storage capacities (with prices ranging from $299 to $399), as well as its colored back plate. Check em out and let us know what you think

     
  • New Apple Earpods Feature New Design, 3-years in the making

    New Apple Earpods Feature New Design, 3-years in the making

    Apple has introduced a new set of ear buds for its mobile devices – EarPods. The new buds feature both inline control and microphone for use with your iDevices, while its direct speaker port points forward into your ear canal for higher quality sound resonance. The new EarPods will be a stand alone accessory available today. However, they will also be included with the new iPhone 5 and iPod lineup.

     
  • Apple Announces New iPod Lineup at iPhone 5 Media Event, iPod Touch Gets Sirious with Siri

    Apple Announces New iPod Lineup at iPhone 5 Media Event, iPod Touch Gets Sirious with Siri

      The iPhone wasn’t the only new piece of hardware that took the stage in San Francisco today – Apple was proud to also unveil its new collection of iPod’s – ranging from the new iPod Touch with Retina Display (4-inch display that is), to the newly redesigned and re-accessorized iPod Nanos. 7th Generation iPod Nano The new iPod nano has been completely reinvented. Its thinner, yet has a larger touch screen. Big buttons for volume as well as play/pause and track advancing are on the side, while the multi-touch display gives fingertip controls for everything. Available in seven colors (aluminum, black, purple, green, blue, yellow and red), it has an FM tuner with Live Pause to go back and listen to something again (think of it as Tivo for your music). There’s a pedometer built-in as well as Bluetooth, photos, video, and wireless streaming. The new Nano features the […]

     
 
 

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