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Apple invites press to new iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2 event
Cupertino is strongly expected to unveil a new version of its full-sized iPad next week, along with a new iPad Mini.
iPad and Surface 2 clash as Apple reveals new product date
Cupertino will host an invitation-only event on October 22, when it is believed the tech giant will announce new products including the iPad 5 and Mac Pro.
No surprises as new iPhone sales rises
Shipments of Apple's new iPhone 5S and 5C indicate Cupertino enjoyed a healthy first month since release - with sales up as high as 10%.
Top 10 Steve Jobs quotes…
Revolutionising an industry in creating technology rivals could only look at with amazement, here is a collection of inspirational quotes from the late, great Steve Jobs.
"OK whoever said iOS 7 is waterproof GO **** YOURSELF"
For all you iPhone and iPad owners out there, no, iOS 7 doesn't make your devices waterproof.
Is this the new iPad 5…?
Yes it's another leaked video, yes it's packed with rumours and yes, we are still intrigued…
Microsoft: Office for iPad and Android tablets nearing…
"We don’t have our heads in the sand," was Steve Ballmer's response, when asked if Microsoft would shift products to non-Windows platforms.
New game to help autistic students
A free iPad and Android game is delivering fresh observations about children with Autism and Asperger Syndrome.
Apple iPhone event: The world is waiting...
"Apple needs to demonstrate in the coming months that it has other product lines which can start to make up for slowing growth and falling margins in iPhone and iPad."
iPhone death forces Apple charger re-think
Death of a young Chinese woman last month prompts Apple to launch new Trade-In deal for iOS phone chargers.
iPrefer the iPhone to socialise online, do you?
Mobile web users are twice as outgoing than desktop users, with the iPhone the most social device of them all.
Apple profits down 22%
Although Apple's iOS developers in China have risen rapidly (now 500,000 - 70% year on year growth), iPad sales have started to slow.
30 million iPhone sales saves Apple
Tech giant beats third quarter expectations posting US$35.3bn in revenue, largely in part to strong iPhone sales.
Will Apple's Q3 earnings be a snooze fest?
Many believe Apple's latest financial report will be drama free. And with no iPhone or iPad update expected - are they right?
Will Apple's new iPhone live it Large?
Company tests larger screens for iPhones and iPads with Asian suppliers, as a super-sized smartphone option becomes a potential reality…
Bad timing Microsoft takes aim at iPad
A whopping US$900m hit on Surface RT sales hasn't stopped Microsoft from launching an "Surface vs. iPad" advert, in what many are calling a case of severe bad timing.
Fastest fingers in the west
There are many note taking apps available for iPads and iPhones, but one New Zealand-developed app is proving popular in the education sector.
Everyone can get an iPad... at Warehouse Stationery
The Warehouse Stationery has become an Apple authorised reseller of iPads, with The Warehouse saying it aims to work closely with Apple ‘on our progress and extending our offering in the future’.
Apple smacked with US import ban
As ongoing turf war with Samsung continues, an American courts decision to ban Apple gadgets in the country could cost the company as much as one billion dollars.
Apple iPad set for July production
New report claims Apple will produce the fifth-generation iPad in July, with the iPad mini set to follow suit in November.
Apple bows to investors after beating Wall Street
Tech giant reports strong second quarter results, topped by plans to double capital returns to shareholders.
Microsoft hunts down Apple in iPad Mini market
Redmond company building smaller tablets in a bid to challenge Apple's iPad Mini and Amazon's Kindle Fire.
Geeks on Wheels are the real IT deal
Mobile computer support task force drives across New Zealand to fix troublesome computers and IT problems.
Apple issues apology over apparent Chinese cut-backs
CEO Tim Cook forced to offer a signed apology after the company were accused of offering second-rate repair service on iPhones and iPads.