RED or dead? Apple’s best and worst PRODUCT(RED) devices

I also don’t like the fact that Apple left the RED iPhone face white. I would much rather have had the jet black finish on the front side. With that said, we’ve finally got a PRODUCT(RED) iPhone. Not since the iPod nano (PRODUCT)RED Special Edition has ... ( read original story ...)

Did Apple change its iPhone line-up? Well, sort of

Apple has been supporting (RED) as far back as 2006, when it unleashed a special edition iPod Nano. Through the years, the company has given more than $130 million to the cause, making Apple the single largest corporate donor. There are several other (RED ... ( read original story ...)

Apple iPod Touch 6th Generation

The model I am using has 128GB, meaning there is plenty of space for music, and videos and apps too. The iPod also comes in 16, 32 and 64GB sizes. The beauty of the 6th gen iPod touch, of course, is that it runs iOS and has the same A8 processor found on ... ( read ...

Apple ipod 7th generation

Ultra-slim, ultra-light and with a massive battery life, the Nano is a reliable if rather expensive MP3 player The death of the dedicated audio player has been greatly exaggerated. There are plenty of people who still want to play music from a source that ... ( read original story ...)

apple ipod mini

iPad mini 2 has a beautiful 7.9-inch Retina display, yet it’s only 7.5 mm thin and weighs just 0.73 pound. It features the powerful A7 chip with 64-bit desktopclass architecture, iSight and FaceTime cameras, Wi-Fi and LTE connectivity,¹ and up to 10 ... ( read original story ...)