Apple is planning to be the new top gun in the film and television industry. The recent report by The Wall Street Journal states that, Apple is planning to invest $1 billion to have its own streaming of, original TV series and Films. The $1 billion investment clearly states that it can produce as many as 10 new shows. Apple has also hired two new extravagant people, for the upcoming venture. Jamie Erlicht and Zack Van Amburg, the former presidents from Sony Pictures Television; hopped onto Apple to monitor video content production. Read More
In a recent report by Bernstein’s Toni Sacconaghi, a huge chunk of Apple’s revenue comes from the Tech Giant; Google. Sacconaghi and his team, came to the conclusion that, Google may pay Apple around $3 Billion this year, as the part of the deal. This is a huge amount, no doubt; but eventually what Google pays Apple, is the profit amount which Google makes via the usage of the consumers on the Apple devices. Apple have many sources of revenue, including their sales of numerous devices, also through the purchases made on iTunes and Apple’s App Store. But eventually, Google pays a lot to Apple, and clearly is a huge part of the revenue. Read More
Telecom Regulator Trai launched the Do Not Disturb App in June, in India last year. The App allows a customer to report calls from spammers and messages from the same, directly to the telecom regulator, on which further action will be taken. However, Apple have been not allowing the App to be made available on their platform. R S Sharma, the chairman of Trai, have attacked the Tech Giant. The matter have not been looked into, for a year and the frustration has come out in the form of accusations.
Voila! Apple is now secretly working on electric car batteries. According to reports by Yicai Global, Apple Inc. is currently into a secret arrangement with Contemporary Amperex Technology Ltd. (CATL), a China based battery manufacturer. Apple, though entered into the automotive industry way back, but it was focused on making self-driving software for automobiles. Recently though, we don’t know what got into their minds. Electric batteries for electric automotives. Read More
In the top rankings for all brands of laptop for the year 2017, Apple has surprisingly dropped to the fifth position after its reputation took a serious hit in 2016 because of the USB C-port. Apple has always sold its laptops at a premium, but in 2017, it wasn’t considered quite worth by the customers as reported by Laptop Magazine. Read More
Bungee Girl, developed and published by the Outerbridge Ventures, is an app recently launched on the iTunes App Store and fabricated especially for the women of today’s gen who love to travel solo.
Bungee Girl connects solo female travelers who either have an equal interest in visiting each other’s city or live in the same city and have a shared interest in traveling to the same location.
The app is compatible on the iOS platform and requires iOS 8.0 or later to run. Read More
The digital technology these days is nothing short of extraordinary, in terms of both entertainment as well as infotainment. Smartphones today are not just used for communication anymore, but to play games on, surf the web, write, interact on social websites and now even for sports betting. Your smartphone can take you to whole new levels of ‘taking the world on your fingertips’. Read More
To provide specialized support for its developers, Apple has announced the opening of its first App Accelerator in Bangalore, India, where the company is all set to begin the production. The first one of its kind facility would include tools and some of their best practices to set up the skills and transform the design, quality and performance of apps on their iOS platform.
Apple always has some or the other product ready to be debuted for users all across. The new one, which was formerly a rumor, the ‘Red’ iPhone is now ready to be launched in the official online store today at 8.01am PDT. The new range of iPad too, will be launched at the same moment. Read More
Apple launches its very own app for those who’d like to create and edit videos on the go, through their iPhone and iPads. The app will let the users share the video on various social platforms like Snapchat, Instagram and Facebook. Clips will be available to download, starting April for absolutely no cost. Read More