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Apple says excessive iPhone battery drain caused by manufacturing defect, will replace some units
By Andrew Kameka on Wednesday October 30, 2013

Since the release of Apple iOS 7 and the iPhone 5S, many have said that Apple created a phone with staying power that was not as noteworthy as previous models. Apple says a small group of devices represented that problem more than others.

Apple fails once again with iOS Daylight Savings Time bug
By Andrew Kameka on Monday October 28, 2013

Apple iOS 7 was supposed to revolutionize Apple's mobile operating system, but iPhone owners have discovered that one old problem - a failure to properly handle Daylight Savings Time (DST) - is still messing up their day.

Apple iPad Mini with Retina display now official, original iPad Mini drops price
By Andrew Kameka on Tuesday October 22, 2013

The Apple iPad Mini quickly grabbed attention as Apple's answer to the rise of smaller Android tablets, but the popular iOS tablet trailed its rivals when it came to display resolution. Apple today rectified that shortcoming with a new iPad Mini successor with retina display.

Apple iPad Air announced with new processor and $499 price tag
By Andrew Kameka on Tuesday October 22, 2013

The Apple iPad Air will debut shortly with quite a few enhancements, many of which have appeared in recent leaks for the device. Here's what to expect from Apple's latest iOS 7 tablet.

Apple has sold 170 million iPads that use 475,000 tablet-specific apps
By Andrew Kameka on Tuesday October 22, 2013

"Everybody seems to be making a tablet," Apple CEO Tim Cook said at today's iPad announcement, "Even some of the [initial] doubters." Despite the onslaught of tablet competition from Microsoft, Amazon, Google, and other tablet manufacturers, Apple remains the most used and best selling device line, Cook claims. He also noted that the iPad has more than 475,000 apps in the App Store built specifically for the iPad. With a new line of products being announced in a few minutes, expect the numbers of tablets sold to climb soon.

Apple iPad livestream video starts at 1 PM ET / 10 AM PDT
By Andrew Kameka on Tuesday October 22, 2013

Apple rarely broadcasts its product announcements, but the folks in Cupertino have decided to make today's iPad event one of the rare occasions at which the cameras turn on. In traditional fashion, only Apple devices will be able to access the stream. Video will go live at 10 AM PDT / 1 PM ET on Apple TV, an iOS 4.2 or later device, or a Mac running Mac OS X 10.6 or later computer. Users can visit Apple's websites from a Safari browser shortly before the event kicks off.

Apple says it cannot read iMessages, despite what researchers say
By Andrew Kameka on Friday October 18, 2013

Apple has fired back at claims from security researchers who suggest that it's possible for Apple to intercept iMessage correspondence and read user messages, or perhaps show them to the government, without user consent.

Apple confirms Oct. 22 event, likely for new iPads
By Andrew Kameka on Tuesday October 15, 2013

As recent rumors have suggested, Apple will host an event in San Francisco next week to unveil new products. One month after unwrapping its latest iPhone, Apple has confirmed that "We still have a lot to cover" and it has sent media invites to discuss what's new.

iOS 7 app crash rates are higher for iPhone 5S than other Apple smartphones
By Andrew Kameka on Friday October 11, 2013

App crashes are a common and expected occurrence for Apple iPhone users once they upgrade to iOS 7. Those app crashes happen more often on an iPhone 5S, according to Crittercism, an analytics company that provides crash reports and monitoring tools for app developers.

Apple iPhone 5S Review
By Andrew Kameka on Tuesday October 08, 2013

Apple's innovative streak really only rears its head in alternating cycles, so the "S" follow-up tends to be just an improvement on the last device before things really change the next year. The Apple iPhone 5S does nothing to buck that trend, and that's not necessarily a bad thing.