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Mobily releases Multiple SIM cards service

Mobily has launched the Multiple SIM cards service to customers in Saudi Arabia. Multiple SIMs allows you to share the same number across multiple devices (iPhone, iPad and Blackberry for example). This service was already available from STC for a few years. Unfortunately Internet (3G data, Connect) can only be active on one SIM card. Making it almost useless for ...

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Free iPhone 4 cases from Apple using an App

As promised, Apple has started giving free cases for iPhone 4 owners and to make things easier for customers Apple released an app. Just launch the app and select the case that you want. The cases currently available are: • Apple iPhone 4 Bumper • Incase Snap Case for iPhone 4 Smoke • Incase Snap Case for iPhone 4 Clear ...

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Apple donates MacPaint source code to Computer History Museum

Apple has donated the source code for MacPaint to the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA. MacPaint was developed by Bill Atkinson. MacPaint was one of the first applications with a graphical user interface. Released with the first Macintosh in 1984. With MacPaint Apple also included the source code for QuickDraw which was used to build the Macintosh user ...

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Apple begins refunding iPhone 4 bumpers

Apple has started sending emails to customers who bought an iPhone 4 bumper notifying them that they get a full refund. In response to antenna concerns Apple has announced last week that customers who bought a bumper are eligible for a full refund. Here is the email that I got from Apple US online store: Dear Apple Customer, Apple recently ...

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Points and Numbers from Q3 2010 Conference Call

Following yesterday’s Q3 2010 profit and revenue news here are some important points and numbers from the conference call. The following chart shows the revenue from Apple’s major products: From The Mac Observer: • Apple’s Mac unit sales increased 33% year over year to 3.47 million units, well ahead of IDC’s numbers for the overall PC market, which grew 22% ...

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Apple reports $3.25 billion profit for Q3 2010

Apple has announced their financial results for fiscal quarter Q3 2010. The company had a profit of $3.25 billion and a record revenue of $15.7 billion. Mac sales were 3.47 million units, 33 percent unit increase over the year-ago quarter. As for iPhones: 8.4 million units, 61 percent unit growth over the year-ago quarter. iPod sales were 9.41 million units, ...

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iPad to be released in 9 countries on July 23

Apple has announced in a press release that they will release the iPad on July 23 in the following countries: • Austria • Belgium • Hong Kong • Ireland • Luxembourg • Mexico • Netherlands • New Zealand • Singapore Apple will release the iPad in more countries later this year. Sources: The Mac Observer – Apple’s press release. Arabic ...

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Notes from the Apple iPhone 4 Press Conference

• Apple sold 3 million iPhone 4 in 3 weeks. • Apple will provide a free case for everyone who bought an iPhone 4. • If a customer bought a bumper case from Apple they will get a refund. • Customers not satisfied with the iPhone 4 can return it for a full refund. • White iPhone 4 will be ...

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Apple sold 3 million iPhone 4 units in 3 weeks

During the iPhone 4 press conference Apple CEO Steve Jobs has announced that has sold 3 million iPhone 4 units in the first 3 weeks. Apple sold 1.7 million iPhone 4 units in the first 3 days. iPhone 4 has been released in 5 countries: US, UK, Germany, France and Japan. Arabic version of this post on SaudiMac Arabic Edition. ...

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iOS 4.0.1 does not fix iPhone 4 reception issues

We would like to emphasize that the iOS 4.0.1 update for the iPhone that Apple released does not fix the iPhone 4 “antenna issues” that some faced. The update only mentions that it does the following: “Improves the formula to determine how many bars of signal strength to display.” So it only changes how the signal strength is displayed. The ...

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