Apple release iOS 6.1.1 on Monday, a rush release to fix, "an issue that could impact cellular performance and reliability for iPhone 4S." This appears to be in response to some problems with 3G networks in Europe that surfaced with iOS 6.1.
Apple's brand new 128GB 9.7-inch iPad showed up on the company's online store Tuesday morning, giving users a higher storage capacity option than was previously available. Apple announced the new model at the end of January with a promised February 5 availability date.
Apple released OS X Server 2.21 on Monday with improved support for managing Time Machine backups and Mac App Store downloads. OS X Server is an add on package for OS X Mountain Lion that adds server features.
SAN FRANCISCO - Swedish firm myFC was showing the company's new PowerTrekk fuel cell charger that allows users to charge an iPhone or other portable device without access to an electric socket, or even the sun. You will, however, need a tablespoon of water.
SAN FRANCISCO - Connected Data launched Transporter this week, the company's private data sharing and storage solution. The company first made waves with a Kickstarter effort in late 2012 to beta test Transporter, and the device is now available to the general public.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- John F. Braun checks out Daylight Viewfinder, a system to help take photos with iOS under bright conditions at Macworld/iWorld 2013. Daylight Viewfinder is a combination of hardware and software to help you take photos on your iOS device.
Apple has revealed that it will stop selling the Mac Pro in European Union after March 1. Apple explained that the Mac now fails to meet evolving regulatory requirements there. But there's more to the story.
Parallels unveiled its new Parallels Management plug-in for Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager on Tuesday. The plug-in lets Microsoft-based IT departments manage the Macs and Parallels virtual machines on their networks without investing in additional hardware.
Apple announced its new 128GB iPad on Tuesday, confirming rumors that a higher capacity version was on the way. The new model shares the same specs as the other fourth generation Retina Display models and is available in Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi plus LTE versions.
As promised, Pebble began shipping its iPhone-connected watch on Wednesday, but in a very limited capacity. Only about 500 units are on their way to early Kickstarter backers, and only the black model is being manufactured right now.
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