Last night AT&T broadened its horizons by expanding its LTE connectivity services to 14 new locations. This announcement was made in a sequential series of press releases on the carrier’s official website, but you can see which locations are now supported in the list below.
The announced locations to receive the LTE service include:
Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers, Arkansas Fort Smith, Arkansas Fresno, California Palm Coast, Florida Lakeland-Winter Haven Florida Fort Pierce, Florida Mount [Read More...]
Apple has flipped the switch on the iTunes Store in a grand total of 56 new countries around the world, including key emerging markets like India. Russia, a country where Apple is expected to hold a small celebration event, also now has access to iTunes music and movies.
The iTunes Store is now available inÂ 119 countries in dozens of currencies. Here’s the full press release from Apple:
MOSCOWâ€”December 4, 2012â€”AppleÂ® today announced [Read More...]
Is Apple running out of room in Cupertino proper? Perhaps, as new details have emerged that show Apple planning to occupy a new site that could contain 1,200 workers or more in Santa Clara, CA. Developer Peery Arrillaga has made a deal with the Cupertino-based tech company to custom tailor a two-building office campus, currently under construction at the north side of Stevens Creek Boulevard, just a few minutes from Cupertino city [Read More...]
AT&T appears to be rolling out FaceTime over cellular connections to more iPhone users on their network. MacRumors was first to discover the quiet change in AT&T policy, and the potentially eligible devices include iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPad 3, and iPad 4, with at least a 3G HSPA+ (AT&T’s so-called 4G) connection. Typically, FaceTime over cellular requires LTE on AT&T’s network, but some users have reported they [Read More...]
On October 26th, MMi reported that Apple had officially initiated its new pilot program that allows customers to pick up orders placed through the online Apple Store in one of the company’s brick and mortar retail stores. As of last week, however, this option was only available in the San Francisco, California region. Today we can confirm that the program has been extended to Apple retail stores in the New York City area. The Apple website continues to [Read More...]
It’s now easier than ever to buy the latest Apple gadgets in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and the United Arab Emirates, thanks to the company’s expansion of its online store.Apple is advertising the new stores on the home page for its website in those countries, with fancy banners littered with confetti that matches each country’s national colors. [Read More...]
There’s a lot to like about Iomega’s Mac Companion Hard Drive, an external drive designed for flat-screen iMacs. It’s the fastest way to charge an iPad, for example. Apple was so impressed by the Mac Companion drive, it ordered the first two production runs exclusively for its stores. It won’t be available anywhere else for several weeks, Iomega says. The Good: Our family iMac is only a couple of years old, yet its [Read More...]
Apple recently launched the iTunes Match beta test, but overwhelming demand caused Apple to shut the program down. Well it looks like Apple’s ramped up the back end so that it can support more beta testers. They’ve re-opened iTunes Match enrollment to more developers in the U.S. According to a message Apple sent to developers: iTunes Match stores your music library in iCloud and allows you to enjoy your collection [Read More...]
The intelligent people at Intelliborn are picking up Apple’s slack and making it easier than ever to print to most network printers directly from your iDevice. Thanks to TruPrint, available now for download/install through Cydia, the $ 9.99 app enables your jailbroken device to work around the grossly limited iOS printing functionality, which largely excludes from printing just about everyone without one of only eight select printers. Yet another great example of how creative devs and jailbroken devices can make [Read More...]