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Evomail+ 2.0.1 update brings iPad support, bug fixes

EvomailPlusiPadFollowing the app’s launch last week, Evomail+ has been updated to version 2.0.1 today. The standout feature of this release is iPad support; though not a dedicated experience – for now the iPad UI is a blown-up version of the iPhone app – the app now runs fullscreen on an iPad, and Evomail believes it still delivers users a “quality experience” for the time being. The company is planning a customized iPad UI for a future update. Furthermore, Evomail says they are busy improving their EvoCloud backend, noting that they’ve added a number of new servers since launch. A good sign that will hopefully help improve their server-side infrastructure, as I noted some issues with EvoCloud in my review last week.

The update also includes your standard bug fixes and other improvements. Evomail+ for iOS 7 is available for free on the App Store.

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The Segue, Episode 7: Ace Apple Analysis

art_smallMark Gurman, Senior Editor at 9to5Mac, joins Eric and Micah for a huge show of Apple analysis and opinions. Of course we cover all the announcements from Tuesday’s big Apple event – OS X Mavericks, iLife & iWork, new Mac hardware, and the new iPads – followed by a discussion about Apple’s future plans for 2014 and beyond, including the rumoured iWatch and the mythical Apple TV.

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The Segue, Episode 6: The Great Purge of ’97

art_smallEric and Micah are joined by Alex Heath of Cult of Mac to discuss a big week of Apple news. We talk Apple hiring Angela Ahrendts as their new head of retail, next week’s iPad event, iPhone 5C sales, Google being creepy again, Godzilla, Justin Timberlake, and a whole lot more. Plus we ponder the most important question of all — tucked or untucked?

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Apple’s Fall Schedule [Updated]

Update: First reported by AllThingsD, multiple sources have indicated the event date is September 10.

Apple will hold a press conference to announce the newest version of its iPhone on September 18, according to my sources. The next iteration of the iPhone will be released on September 27. Prior to the release of the new iPhone, iOS 7 will be released to the public on September 25, my sources stated.

Apple is planning another event, according to my sources, that will follow the September iPhone event, similar to Apple’s format from last year. A new version of the iPad and iPad mini, along with updates to the Macbook Pro line are scheduled to be announced.

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Apple Q1: $54.5B Revenue, 47.8M iPhones sold, 22.9M iPads sold

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In what may be the most anticipated earnings release in recent memory, Apple has unveiled their first quarter numbers, and they are huge. Apple posted its largest quarter ever, with $54.5B in revenue, and $13.1B in net profits, compared to revenues of $46.3 billion and a net profit of $13.1 billion year over year.

The world’s largest company sold a record 47.8M iPhones in the quarter, up 10M from 37M in the year-ago quarter, although they came up short when compared to the Streets’ expectations of 50M iPhones sold. 22.9M iPads were sold, meeting the Streets’ expectations, and up from 15.4M in the year-ago quarter.

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2012 in Review: Apple

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Join Current Editorials as we take a look back at the top trends, gadgets, and companies of 2012 in our year-end series “2012 in Review.”

2012 was a tumultuous year for Apple filled with triumph and tribulation. As the first full year without Steve Jobs comes to a close, we are looking not at a company standing still as so many had predicted, but at a company who has revised virtually every product that it sells in the midst of a controversial misstep and a management shakeup.

The year got off to a rocky start as harsh criticism was leveled at Apple’s assembler, Foxconn for their labor practices. Enter Tim Cook – who gathered the data, made changes, and now looks to do more of its manufacturing in the United States.

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