We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more . Rivalry match Adam Oram 6 Mar 2021 Bundesliga leaders and defending champs Bayern Munich host bitter rivals Borussia Dortmund in this season's second installment of Der Klassiker. Follow along with all of the action wherever you are with our Bayern Munich vs Borussia Dortmund live stream guide. Source: Android Central Today's hosts Bayern Munich are chasing a record ninth consecutive Bundesliga title and currently sit at the top of the table. Die Roten have, however, seen form slip somewhat in recent weeks with a shock 3-3 draw at Bundesliga strugglers Arminia and a defeat against Eintracht Frankfurt, one of only three losses this campaign. Hans-Dieter Flick's side appeared unshaken by those results, though, getting back to winning ways against FC Köln in the league and trouncing Lazio of Serie A in the Champions League. Dortmund are seemingly out of this season's title race … [Read more...] about Bayern Munich vs Borussia Dortmund live stream: How to watch Der Klassiker online
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Six months ago, Apple's chief financial officer Peter Oppenheimer promised that the company and its customers would be in for " a very busy fall ." Apple made good on that: two new iPhones, two new iPads, a new iMac and the new Mac Pro all went on sale in the three months between mid-September and mid-December. On Monday, we finally get hear some of the results for this deluge of new products. Apple will report its first-quarter earnings for 2014 shortly after the market closes at 4 p.m. ET on Monday. Expectations are high. The consensus on Wall Street is that Apple will post earnings of $14.09 per share on revenue of $57.5 billion, according to analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters. That would represent an increase of 2% and 5%, respectively. See also: Apple's App Store Sales Topped $10 Billion in 2013 for First Time Beyond that, the two key numbers to look for will be iPhone sales — by far Apple's largest business — and iPad sales. Most analysts expect that Apple will … [Read more...] about Apple Q1 Earnings Preview: What to Expect
Oct. 23, 2001: The iPod The very first iPod launched with "1,000 songs in your pocket." It had 5GB of storage space, weighed 6.5 ounces, featured a 160 x 128 pixel display and FireWire connectivity and cost $399. July 2002: Second Generation iPod As well as an increased capacity topping out at 20GB, the second generation iPod got an important new feature -- Windows compatibility. This came not via iTunes, but through MUSICMATCH Jukebox, with software called "iPod for Windows." April 2003: Third Generation iPod 2003 was a big year for the Apple iPod. In April, the third generation model was introduced. Thinner and lighter, this complete redesign now boasted a touch-sensitive interface, dock connector and 30GB capacity. USB syncing and the launch of the iTunes Music Store solidified the early iPod ecosystem. These elements helped Apple hit some milestones in 2003 -- one million iPods sold (which rose to two million by the end of the year) and 25 … [Read more...] about Rest in Peace, iPod
By this time next month, the rumors about a new, larger iPhone will be put to rest. By next year, if those rumors hold true , we’ll also have the super-sized 12.9-inch iPad alongside the regular 9.7-inch model and the mini. It’s a product I don’t fully understand, but there are scenarios in which a bigger iPad is truly better. See also: 5 Apps to Improve Work Productivity It's not the first time we're heard the giant iPad rumor, and it won't be the last, either. If you listen to analysts and supply-chain snoops, Apple is always building a 12- or 13-inch iPad, but have never delivered one. Apple soothsayers tend to hedge their bets by predicting delivery sometime next year. I do believe Apple is working on something larger, but then again, the company has a history of testing all kinds of design variations. There’s no guarantee anything will ever make it to market. “This time, it's different,” some industry-watchers will say. Most are pointing to the apparently … [Read more...] about What Will We Do With a 12.9-Inch iPad?
Rumors about a long-desired upgrade to the Nintendo Switch have been swirling for some time, and this week, Bloomberg reported that this fabled new Switch might actually be coming soon . This upgraded Switch will apparently have a 7-inch 720p OLED screen that can output 4K graphics when connected to a TV, according to the report. An OLED screen would be a major upgrade from the Switch and Switch Lite’s LCD, likely providing deeper colors and darker blacks. And the 4K output would be a big jump, too; right now, the current Switch tops out at a 1080p resolution when hooked up to a TV. But a lot of us here at The Verge still like our existing Switches quite a bit, even those of us with the launch model that debuted four years ago this week. The changes we’re clamoring for aren’t necessarily an OLED screen or additional performance. (In fact, it might be annoying if additional horsepower led to Switch Pro-exclusive games like when Nintendo introduced the New Nintendo 3DS.) … [Read more...] about What we actually want from an upgraded Nintendo Switch