How the iPad Helps Create Spectacular Bollywood Dance Numbers
Buster Hein, cultofmac.com
Apple has already shown us how the iPad is used to explore the deep­est oceans and tallest moun­tains, but in for its newest seg­ment of the ‘Your Verse’ cam­paign the iPad has gone total­ly Bol­ly­wood.Famed Bol­ly­wood chore­o­g­ra­ph­er Fero…

How the iPad Helps Create Spectacular Bollywood Dance Numbers
Buster Hein, cultofmac.com

Apple has already shown us how the iPad is used to explore the deep­est oceans and tallest moun­tains, but in for its newest seg­ment of the ‘Your Verse’ cam­paign the iPad has gone total­ly Bol­ly­wood.

Famed Bol­ly­wood chore­o­g­ra­ph­er Fero…

Today is Apple’s 38th birthday
by John-Michael Bond Apr 1st 2014 at 1:30PM, tuaw.com
On Thurs­day April 1, 1976 Steve Jobs, Steve Woz­ni­ak and Ronald Wayne start­ed Apple Com­put­ers. Their first prod­uct was the Apple I com­put­er kit, built by hand by its design­er Steve Woz­ni­ak. The Apple I con­sist­ed of just a moth­er­boar…

Today is Apple’s 38th birthday
by John-Michael Bond Apr 1st 2014 at 1:30PM, tuaw.com

On Thurs­day April 1, 1976 Steve Jobs, Steve Woz­ni­ak and Ronald Wayne start­ed Apple Com­put­ers. Their first prod­uct was the Apple I com­put­er kit, built by hand by its design­er Steve Woz­ni­ak. The Apple I con­sist­ed of just a moth­er­boar…

6 Apple products that were better off as April Fools’ jokes
by Mike Wehner Apr 1st 2014 at 2:00PM, tuaw.com
Com­pa­nies are typ­i­cal­ly remem­bered for their suc­cess­es as opposed to their fail­ures — and the same is true for Apple — but the com­pa­ny has still had plen­ty of mis­steps that, while poten­tial­ly frus­trat­ing at the time, can now be…

6 Apple products that were better off as April Fools’ jokes
by Mike Wehner Apr 1st 2014 at 2:00PM, tuaw.com

Com­pa­nies are typ­i­cal­ly remem­bered for their suc­cess­es as opposed to their fail­ures — and the same is true for Apple — but the com­pa­ny has still had plen­ty of mis­steps that, while poten­tial­ly frus­trat­ing at the time, can now be…

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Apple engineer Greg Christie discusses the process of creating the original iPhone
Mike Beasley, 9to5mac.com
Apple made Greg Christie, one of its orig­i­nal iPhone engi­neers, avail­able before yet anoth­er round of patent fights with Sam­sung, allow­ing Christie to fur­ther expand on the sto­ries of the iPhone’s secre­tive devel­op­ment under then-CEO…

Apple engineer Greg Christie discusses the process of creating the original iPhone
Mike Beasley, 9to5mac.com

Apple made Greg Christie, one of its orig­i­nal iPhone engi­neers, avail­able before yet anoth­er round of patent fights with Sam­sung, allow­ing Christie to fur­ther expand on the sto­ries of the iPhone’s secre­tive devel­op­ment under then-CEO…

This iPhone Saved a Soldier’s Life in Afghanistan
8bitjay, ismashphone.com
Above is a picture of an iPhone 5. It’s ruined, but at least the man who was carrying it in his pocket is alive today.

This iPhone Saved a Soldier’s Life in Afghanistan
8bitjay, ismashphone.com

Above is a picture of an iPhone 5. It’s ruined, but at least the man who was carrying it in his pocket is alive today.

Introducing the iClipboard
by Mike Wehner Feb 19th 2014 at 9:00AM, tuaw.com
I’ve often won­dered if there was a way to make the iPad even more use­ful. Now I have my answer. OS X + a fash­ion­able metal clip.[Image cred­it: Andy­On­Flickr]

Introducing the iClipboard
by Mike Wehner Feb 19th 2014 at 9:00AM, tuaw.com

I’ve often won­dered if there was a way to make the iPad even more use­ful. Now I have my answer. OS X + a fash­ion­able metal clip.

[Image cred­it: Andy­On­Flickr]

There’s nothing wrong with homemade Apple gear
by Mike Wehner Feb 18th 2014 at 2:00PM, tuaw.com
Love Apple prod­ucts but can’t squeeze a new one into your bud­get? Here’s a rel­a­tive­ly cheap solu­tion.[Photo cred­it: Yum9me]

There’s nothing wrong with homemade Apple gear
by Mike Wehner Feb 18th 2014 at 2:00PM, tuaw.com

Love Apple prod­ucts but can’t squeeze a new one into your bud­get? Here’s a rel­a­tive­ly cheap solu­tion.

[Photo cred­it: Yum9me]

What can you buy with Apple’s Q1 profit? | TUAW - The Unofficial Apple Weblog
by Mike Wehner Jan 31st 2014 at 9:30AM, tuaw.com
In Apple’s Q1 earn­ings report, the com­pa­ny report­ed a prof­it of $13.1 bil­lion. That’s a whole lot of money, but it can some­times be dif­fi­cult to real­ly wrap your head around a fig­ure that large. So to help put it in per­spec­tive, here …

What can you buy with Apple’s Q1 profit? | TUAW - The Unofficial Apple Weblog
by Mike Wehner Jan 31st 2014 at 9:30AM, tuaw.com

In Apple’s Q1 earn­ings report, the com­pa­ny report­ed a prof­it of $13.1 bil­lion. That’s a whole lot of money, but it can some­times be dif­fi­cult to real­ly wrap your head around a fig­ure that large. So to help put it in per­spec­tive, here …

Tim Cook says mobile payments were ‘one of the thoughts behind Touch ID’theverge.com
Apple CEO Tim Cook says his com­pa­ny is intrigued by the mobile pay­ments space, and that its inter­est there is one of the rea­sons for cre­at­ing Touch ID. “The mobile pay­ments area in gen­er­al is one that we’ve been intrigued with,” Cook sai…

Tim Cook says mobile payments were ‘one of the thoughts behind Touch ID’
theverge.com

Apple CEO Tim Cook says his com­pa­ny is intrigued by the mobile pay­ments space, and that its inter­est there is one of the rea­sons for cre­at­ing Touch ID. “The mobile pay­ments area in gen­er­al is one that we’ve been intrigued with,” Cook sai…

Opinion: What approach will Apple take to deliver a larger-screen iPhone 6?
Ben Lovejoy, 9to5mac.com
Con­cept image: Niko­la CirkovicI wrote in an ear­li­er opin­ion piece that 2014 is the year when I expect Apple to final­ly give in and opt for a larg­er iPhone dis­play. Assum­ing I’m right, the ques­tion then becomes: what approach will Appl…

Opinion: What approach will Apple take to deliver a larger-screen iPhone 6?
Ben Lovejoy, 9to5mac.com

Con­cept image: Niko­la Cirkovic

I wrote in an ear­li­er opin­ion piece that 2014 is the year when I expect Apple to final­ly give in and opt for a larg­er iPhone dis­play. Assum­ing I’m right, the ques­tion then becomes: what approach will Appl…