Apple has not been progressing much in the past few years in terms of innovation, and with the passing away of Steve Jobs, things have been tough for the company and its users. There isn’t really any difference in Apple’s success between the time when Steve Jobs was here and today, because there isn’t any major difference in Apple between the two eras. There will be major changes but there won’t be the Steve Jobs factor that will make people fall in love with Apple’s innovation. There are Apple fans who will stick with Apple no matter what, but there will also be a large number of people who will agree with me that Apple needs to innovate in order to stay in the game. Read More
Do you consider yourself to be a tech savvy individual? Do you absolutely love getting your hands on the latest gizmos and gadgets? If you answered yes to these questions, there is a good chance that you love Apple. If not, you’re really missing out. Apple just happens to be one of the leading manufacturers of smartphones, tablets and even computers. There are tons of good reasons to invest in Apple products. For your consideration, some of the most notable reasons will be explored in greater depth below. Read More
The holiday season is almost coming to a close, but it seems that Apple is making the most of it. The App Store saw a sharp increase in App purchases this New Year shooting over $300 million and over $890 million spent in the week of Christmas Eve.
Apple surprisingly didn’t expect such a massive response from the users since the week after Christmas is usually a lazy one. The company hasn’t shared much details on this, but reports say that the mobile spending has been up about 12% from the last year. Read More
Apple had discarded the 3.5mm audio jack last year on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus and had replaced them with the new AirPods. These are completely wireless and one can use it without the hassle of wires. Now sources say that Apple might be upgrading these AirPods which will be available in India in the later half of 2018. Read More
Apple is set to launch a cheap version of the 9.7-inch iPad which will have similar features and design compared to the 2017 iPad model. This is good news for fans who can grab their iPad’s at a very reasonable price of Rs.16,678($259) down from the current price of Rs.21,185($329). Read More
New reports are suggesting that Apple is on its way to design its own Power Management Chips. Basically, this means that Apple will be cutting out its third party chip manufacturer Dialog Semiconductor, who have been their supplier since many years. Read More
Apple seems to be working on a new design for its next flagship device. The latest image circulating on social media shows a design of a book-like foldable device and as far as the sources are to believed, Apple has already filed a patent for this design. Read More
Goood news for Apple fans as Apple devices are going to be cheaper this Black Friday. Many fans have been eagerly waiting for this day when they can finally grab their favourite Apple device at a resonable price.
Some advertisers are showing their discontent against the new feature, which Apple incorporated in Safari 11. This discontent have been in the form of an an open letter to Apple. The new feature, which have been incorporated to Safari 11 is named Intelligent Tracking Prevention or ITP in short. Some of the advertising associations, which took this step against Apple, are, 4As, Association of National Advertisers and Interactive Advertising Bureau. Read More
After it’s recent feud with China, Apple is onto Iran now. Apple recently removed VPNs from the App Store in China and now it have been removing Apps made by Iranian developers, from the App store. The reason? They were blocked due to the US sanctions in Iran. Apple, in a message to the developers affected by such act, precisely informed them the reason, as to why they have to do so. The message in the online petition, to bar the decision went like, ‘Under the US sanctions regulations, the App Store cannot host, distribute, or do business with apps or developers connected to certain US embargoed countries’. Read More