After our friends at the mighty ‘Beeb’, commonly known as the BBC, produced a rather chilling report on Apple’s workforce; Tim Cook has come out and declared his offence at the matter.
Ironically, the year that Apple discontinues its oldest iPod product, is the year that everybody wants one.
Join us live for live coverage of Apple’s September event. On the cards could be a possible launch of the next iPhone, iPad or even the iWatch… We will find out and bring all the latest news straight to you!
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Apple is prepping major debit/credit card companies for the launch of an upcoming payment system, believed to be launching on the next iPhone.
It is now official. Confirmed, straight from the horse’s mouth. Apple will hold an event on the 9th September 2014.
As we gather speed in the rumour mill, nearing that sacred month of September – hype continues to grow around Apple’s next iPhone. This time, fuelled by reports on the Chinese social media site, Sin Weibo, posted by analyst Sun Chang Xu.
Four months ago I reported that a group of Brony programmers were looking for help to make a Ponified Linux Operating System. Well, now a second group have started to design a Windows 7-esque OS called “PegasOS“.