Tag Archive: expected


iCloud Patent Different Than Expected

Click the image to open in full size. Wading through the recently uncovered iCloud patent an interesting tid bit emerges. In the patent there is the option to "Sync partial music." This feature likely refers to the "local caching" of music stored on Apple’s cloud based servers. What this means is when a playlist or group of songs is synched to your iDevice a small portion of each song, usually the beginning, is stored  [Read More…]

iPhone 5 Expected Release Date [21st November]

I have caught the hotest rumor regarding iPhone 5. According to T3, that iPhone 5 is expected to hit sotres across the UK on November 21st.   Source of this rumor is a representative of retailer Phones4U : Speaking exclusively with T3.com, a customer sales representative at the St Albans branch of  [Read More…]

Apple Expected to Sell at Least 500,000 iPad 2s This Weekend

Click the image to open in full size.  As the MMi crew and company join the broad Apple customer base today in anticipation of the iPad 2’s arrival later today, there’s no shortage of interesting projections emerging this afternoon with regard to just how big this debut weekend could be for Apple’s second generation tablet. Watching the stock ticker above my office door, shares of Apple are presently trading $ 4.49 higher @ $  [Read More…]

Apple CFO Tim Cook Widely Expected to Present iPad 2

Click the image to open in full size. Contrary to the hopes of many Apple fans and creatures of habit, Apple CEO Steve Jobs will not be on hand Wednesday at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, California. Apple, on March 2nd, is expected to introduce the second generation iPad. As of this writing, however, reported plans call for Apple CFO and acting CEO Tim Cook to lead the presentation,  [Read More…]

Apple’s Tim Cook expected to present the iPad 2

We’re only about few days away from the iPad 2 event on March 2nd and as most of you know Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ health is getting very bad so he might not present the iPad 2. Los Angeles Times reported that Apple CFO Tim Cook who is acting as a CEO is going to the presentation, effectively taking over the ceremonial duties typically reserved for Steve Jobs, who left the company he helped found last month on medical leave.[Read More…]