In the coming weeks, Apple could be hosting not one, but two really big events to unveil new products. Here are just a few of the stories on the Apple front that were making news this week.
Time for the rumors to end, … and the fun to begin
While those of us in the United States celebrate the long Labor Day weekend, the rest of the world waits patiently for two months packed full of Apple product announcements.
But don’t worry, because we’ve got all the news covered.
Apple Gets Ready To Raise The Curtain On New Product Launches: Think the new iPhone will be the only game in town? Think again, as Apple could be ready to unveil new Macs, a refreshed iPad, and much more.
Apple, Where’s The Invitation?: For Apple to hold an event, they need to send out invitations. Unfortunately, that hasn’t happened yet. Still, that shouldn’t be surprising given Apple’s past history.
Everything You Need To Know About Apple’s Next Handset: Based on the latest rumors available, we offer our take on what the new iPhone will look like.
The music has begun
The 2012 Summer Olympic Games might be over, but London remains a popular choice for visitors and Londoners alike. In addition to this month’s Paralympic Games, the British capital is playing host once again to the iTunes Music Festival. From now until Sept. 30, Apple will offer live entertainment at The Roundhouse in North London, and through a free app.
Remember, iOS 6?
Much of our attention in recent weeks has been on covering iPhone news. However, this doesn’t mean we forgot about iOS 6, the software that will run on Apple’s new handset.
This week, I suggested, Five Features That Are Missing In iOS 6, But Shouldn’t Be.
- Flipboard Introduces Curated TV Channels Powered By YouTube by Brent Derks shows off Flipboard’s new video features.
- I Spy The iPad mini: Instapaper Developer Log Suggests Existence Of Long-Rumored Tablet by Aldrin Calimlin offers proof that the iPad Mini is real!
- TiVo Stream Will Change Your Mobile TV Experience Sept. 6 by yours truly previews a new service arriving from the company that started the DVR revolution, TiVo.