Apple To Dominate 2017

2016 was not a very influential year for Apple. The iPhone 7 was not as astounding as expected, hence the sales didn’t do well and if rumors are to be believed, future production cuts by 10% are to be observed. The iPhone 7 Plus is still popular, but a shortage of sensors for its camera has prompted Apple to scale back because it can’t meet demand. Also, Apple’s premium notebook lineup failed to earn recommendation from Consumer Reports, the reason being the poor battery fitted in the new Apple MacBook Pro devices of 2016. The models with the Touch Bar in the Apple MacBook Pros seemed to have a battery that is lower in capacity, when compared to the batteries in the Apple MacBook Pros of 2015.

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The yearly sales didn’t inspire a lot of confidence in the company going forwards. Regardless of that, since a new year begins, we continue to expect a lot more from Apple since after all, there are a ton of potential new products the company is set to release.

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Apple To Now Manufacture iPhones In India

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The year 2016 started off on a promising note for Apple. During his maiden visit to India, Mr. Tim Cook, the chief executive officer, announced the setting up of an app development centre in Bengaluru and another one in Hyderabad for maps. The news has now been confirmed officially. The facility will start production from next April, according to industry sources.

Mr. Cook met the Indian Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi earlier this year and discussed sensitive issues relating to cyber-security, data encryption, the possibility of fabricating the production in the country and extracting India’s young talent.  The Apple CEO appreciated the breadth of young talent in India with significant skills that Apple would like to acquire and the immense potential for ‘app-development’ in the country.

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Porche’s Technical Director Joins Apple

Rumors of Apple’s car initiative began back in early 2015 when a report claimed that Apple had been speculating the effort for quite some time. Steve Jobs himself admitted to considering building a car in 2008, but put the plans on hold to focus on development of the iPhone. Over the course of a few months, however, it’s been more clear that Apple is indeed working on a car of some sorts.

In the wake of reports that Apple has shifted its focus towards developing self-driving automotive software, Apple  the technical director of Porsche’s race car program earlier this year, hiring a project manager who helped engineer the sports car company’s victorious return to the Le Mans endurance race. Alexander Hitzinger is the latest auto specialist to be recruited by Apple as it explores building its own car.

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CASINO.COM – The Latest Gen Casino, Now On iOS

 

1200x630bfThe latest generation casino application, Casino.com, developed by the Mansion Limited, is fabricated exclusively for the iOS users (available on the iPhone and the iPad, compatible with iOS 7 or later).

Casino.com, which is now available on mobile devices (previously only on web), pledges to guarantee you fun, choice, and convenience, with a huge range of casino games and services for you to enjoy. As for what we have experienced, the game is the best amalgamation of innovative game design, unique and generous promotions, state of the art graphics, as well as friendly and professional customer care.

If you are already registered at the website, you can download the app and simply begin playing with your current balance. Read More

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Apple’s AirPods Finally Out For Sale

Apple, today announced that the AirPods are available to order online now from Apple.com and will start delivering to customers and arriving at Apple Stores, Apple Authorized Resellers and select carriers next week.

AirPods are Apple’s flawless attempt to bring a better, brighter wireless future to us now, today. They look like the ends of Apple’s current, wired EarPods, but with the cord snipped off at the stems.

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An Interview with PlayPlayFun – Monday Night Monsters Football

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We all know how exhausting your average Monday nights can be. After a long day of work, finally people have something fun to come home to. The game that is Monday Night Monsters Football puts player in the shoes of some of the finest monsters a football field has ever seen. We at TheAppleGoogle got an opportunity to speak with the people behind this awesome concept and game. Here is what they had to say- Read More

An Interview With Ron McInnis From Locolist

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‘Necessity is the mother of invention’ has proved to be an effective formula for Gates, Zuckerberg, Jobs and countless others in the world of technology. Considering the fact that their success stories have become a part of the folklore of the IT sector, an astonishing amount of space is occupied by redundance. We bring to you a story that seems to have followed the formula to a T. The success of Locolist in universities in the United States has led to a partnership with Amazon.com, a plan (and its execution) of taking the App to more students in countries across the globe and in general, a pleasant and an optimistic time for the creators. We got to pick the brains of Ron McInnis who is at the helm of it all and we have for you an inspiring and informative interview. Read More

An Interview Kamcord Inc. – Developers Of Kamcord For iOS And Android

Kamcord Logo If you are one of 1 billion of the world’s gamers, Kamcord is the App for you. It enables the users to watch live streams of their favorite games and interact with other gamers. We got in touch with the team at Kamcord Inc. and talked to them about their inspiration, how they got started and more about their awesome App. Read More