These new cases come to use from TVC-Mall, and look to be based of the rumors we've been hearing over the past few months. Such as a smaller dock connector, a taller (but not wider) screen, and the repositioned headphone jack. Head inside for a couple more cases.
One thing that I always wonder about Apple is what our devices looked like when they were in the early design phase. What did the first prototype of our devices look like? Well, now we have an answer, at least when it comes to the iPad. NetworkWorld has uncovered an early prototype, designed by Jony Ive sometime between 2002 and 2004 that was rejected by Jobs. Head inside for a full gallery of pictures and see just how far Apple has come.
One of the most wanted features users have been asking for is the ability to FaceTime over their cellular network connection, which finally comes to us in iOS 6. Though just like with the personal hotspot, it looks like AT&T will be charging and managing this feature. Head inside for a statement by AT&T.
Yesterday Apple released the third beta of iOS 6 which brought with it not only some bug fixes, some new features to 3GS users, and more. Head inside for the full list!
We recently reported about a rumor that Apple was using in-cell display panels on the next generation iPhone. In-cell touch screens combines both the touch sensors and color filters in one single layer, making the display much thinner. This would make more room for new hardware that is expected in the upcoming iPhone. However, this was only rumor up until now, but it looks like it may actually have some truth to it…
Once again in no time at all The Dev Team has updated their jailbreaking tool to support the newly released iOS beta 3. Head inside for a note from the developers and download links.
Two months ago AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson pretty much confirmed that AT&T would be offering shared data plans, but had no word on a launch date. However, users are already seeing mentions of the new plans, which suggest it could be right around the corner.
Apple has just released iOS 6 beta 3 for registered developers. As of now it hasn't made its way to the Developer Center, but is available for download via OTA. Apart from the typical bug fixes and improvements, we've found a couple of new features in this build. Head inside to check em out.