• Apple: 'It's Been Way Too Long'

    Fresh from Apple’s recent iPhone 6, Apple Watch and iOS 8 media blitz, the Cupertino, California-based tech giant is gearing up to make headlines once again next week. On Wednesday, Apple began distributing invitations to media for an event next Thursday, October 16th. Although the invite simply states “It’s been way too long,” the characteristically …   Read More

  • The Commercial Times: iPad Air 2 Coming October 21st

    The Commercial Times is reporting out of Asia today that Apple will introduce its next-gen iPad Air on October 21st. This is consistent with previous reports about Apple refreshing its tablet line before the 2014 holiday shopping season. “The company is planning to hold its next event on Oct. 21, where it will unveil two …   Read More

  • Apple Preparing to Make Headlines Again in October

    Fresh from Apple’s recent iPhone 6, Apple Watch and iOS 8 media blitz, the Cupertino, California-based tech giant is purportedly gearing up to make headlines once again next month. Mid October, we’re told, is when the iDevice maker will attempt to wow the mobile world again, this time with a refresh of its tablet line-up. …   Read More

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    Mobile Rumor Shot Down: Chinese Sources Deny Anti-Apple Sentiment

    In recent days, reports surfaced that Chinese officials have banned government agencies from procuring Apple’s various mobile products. That means no iPhones, iPads, or even Macs. Or so we thought.   Read More

  • The Year's Hottest New Mobile Hardware May Be Delayed

    It’s a bad, horrible, disgusting word to use around a mobile tech junkie — “delayed.” If you know what’s good for you, you’ll avoid using that word whenever possible. However, it’s a word we must use to convey the latest speculation from Apple’s supply chain inside of Asia. It looks like some of the hottest …   Read More

  • IDC: iPad Giving Up Ground Globally

    Earlier this week, as Apple reported earnings for its third fiscal quarter of 2014, analysts were quick to pounce on the Cupertino, California-based tech giant in response to the slacking sales of the company’s once industry-dominating tablet, the iPad. But amidst growing global competition from the likes of Samsung, Amazon, and Microsoft, Apple’s market share …   Read More

  • Mobile Commerce Driven by iPad Usage

    The global tablet landscape may be more competitive than ever, but that doesn’t mean Apple has given up much ground in eCommerce. New industry data shared with MMW on Tuesday morning reveals that most transactions on mobile originate from Apple devices, especially the iPad. The freshly published E-commerce Pulse Report from Custora declares that “Apple’s …   Read More

  • Apple Picking Getting Easier in China

    China is the new Apple of Apple’s “i.” That is, iPhones, iPads, and iPods are about to be more plentiful than ever across the most populous mobile community on the planet. Bloomberg reports that Apple is opening a multitude of new retail stores in China. The proof? Apple is hiring a full slate of new …   Read More

  • Apple Making Healthier Choices in Mobile

    Apple is making a major move in mHealth as evidenced during the keynote for WWDC 2014 this week. On Monday, the venerable Mac maker showed off “HealthKit,” which mHealthWatch describes as a new app bundled with iOS 8 that focuses on fitness and tracking solutions while unlocking almost limitless potential for added convenience from today’s …   Read More

  • NTT DOCOMO Bringing iPad to Japanese Subscribers in June

    In what comes as the best news for Apple in Japan since the nation’s largest carrier announced plans to cover the iPhone earlier this year, NTT DOCOMO announced yesterday that iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display will be available on the DOCOMO network beginning on Tuesday, June 10. “With the addition of iPad …   Read More