Category: Apple


So long, iPad 2; welcome back, iPad 4

Apple has quietly retired the iPad 2, which was selling at the bottom of its tablet lineup starting at $399. It has been replaced with the iPad 4, also known as the iPad with Retina display, the second-generation product that replaced the first iPad with Retina display in October 2012. Still with us? The iPad with



iOS 8 may focus on fitness and wellness with new Healthbook app

We’ve been hesitant to post any rumours of the upcoming iOS 8 update due to lack of convincing evidence, but we’re fairly confident in the authenticity of 9to5Mac’s latest leak. According to sources close to the website, Apple will debut a new feature called Healthbook, similar in scope to Passbook but aimed at consolidating health,



Update: Apple releases the 8GB iPhone 5c across Europe

Update: Apple has started to sell an 8GB version of the iPhone 5c in Europe (UK carrier O2 and SFR in France have also listed the 8GB version on their sites). This is available in all colours — white, red, yellow, blue, green — and retails for £429 unlocked ($785 CDN). No indication yet on



iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s coming to Videotron March 28th

Videotron announced they ended 2013 with 503,000 wireless subscribers. The Quebec-based carrier announced plans that might dramatically increase this number as they’ll officially start selling both the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s on March 28th. To-date, Videotron customers have been able to purchase a nano-sim for $5 and hook it onto an iPhone as it



Apple: 83% of devices are using iOS 7

For those interested in keeping track, Apple has updated their pie chart that shows 83% of devices are using iOS 7. This stat is based on the number of users visiting the App Store and was dated March 9th. In addition, 14% of users who visit the App Store are still on iOS 6, while



HTC’s fortunes flag as Apple rumoured to be poaching its engineers

HTC posted another poor showing in its February 2014 consolidated earnings details. The company posted approximately $238 million in revenue, down 36% from the same time a year ago, and 25% from January. The Taiwanese company is trying to weather the storm as it waits for the introduction of its newest smartphone, the all-new HTC