Apple Turns 40 – Continues Killing It

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On April 1st 2016, Apple inc turned 40 years old. Yes, that’s correct, the tech giant from Cupertino, California along with all their employees are having the biggest birthday party of the year, celebrating Apple’s 40th birthday. On 1st April 1976, three men namely, Ronald Wayne, Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs revolutionized the computing industry by co-founding Apple Computers, now Apple Inc by introducing their first computer Apple 1 in 1976. Read More

Apple Suppliers Miffed As iPhone Sales Drop

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Earlier this year in January, Apple’s Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook reportedly said that Apple’s growth in terms of sale will not be as high as the previous years in the first quarter of 2016. Yes, Apple will be seeing a decline in sales in the months of January, February and March in 2016. And,  according to a new report, things won’t be picking up pace in April to June either. Read More

Apple Launching New iPhone And iPad On March 21st Event

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According to Re/Code, Apple’s rumored media event which was going to take place sometime in the 2nd week of March has been pushed to 21st March for reasons which are quite unclear. The event will most likely will take place at Apple Town Hall in Cupertino. At the event, the company will be introducing the new iPhone SE, a smaller version of the iPad Pro and some minor enhancements to the Apple Watch. Read More

Apple Dominates New Device Activation With 49% During Christmas

Apple1According recent reports by the analytic firm Flurry, Apple iPhones and Apple iPads in aggregate comprised 49.1 percent of new device activations from Dec. 19 to Dec. 25. This is however slightly lesser than last year’s 51.3 percent.Samsung came in second with their new device activations going up from 17.7 percent in 2014 to 19.8 percent this year. Samsung’s rise in sales according to Flurry is due to its large smartphones like the Galaxy Grand Prime, Core Prime, and S6. Nokia stood third with a 2 percent share of the market, while LG and Xiaomi rounded out the top five with 1.7 percent and 1.5 percent, respectively. Read More

Art Authority for iOS — A Portable Art Museum

art authorityConfused between a Monet and a Manet? Want to know when Boticelli painted The Birth of Venus? Can’t recall the name of George Seurat’s painting which you use as the wallpaper on your iPhone? To satisfy the curiosity of art lovers all around the world, Open Door Networks, Inc. have designed the brilliant new App — Art Authority. Now all your art-related questions are only a tap away. Read More

New iPad Images Leaked By Apple Itself

newipadApple has done something that we can never expect from the company, they mistakenly updated their iTunes store’s iPad User Guide for iOS 8 with images for “iPad Mini 3” and “iPad Air 2”. Apple has now reverted the page back to the normal iOS 8 update with the current iPad images. iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 are being launched on October 16 at Apple’s Town Hall in Cupertino. The mistake atleast confirms what Apple plans to announce during the upcoming event. Read More

Next-Gen iPads Go Into Mass Production

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According to a report by Bloomberg, Apple has started the production of next-gen iPads. Bloomberg, which got the report from “people with knowledge of the matter”,  says that Apple’s suppliers have started the manufacturing of “iPad Air 2” and “Retina iPad mini 2″. Both iPad Air 2 and Retina iPad mini 2 are expected to be launched by the end of this year. Read More

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Analysts Predict Slight Increase In iPhone Sales And No Increase In iPad Sales

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According to a report by Philip Elmer-Dewitt of Fortune, most analysts “expect to see steady iPhone growth” and “slightly more expecting iPad sales to be lower this quarter than they were the same quarter last year.” It’s almost nine months since iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPad Air and Retina iPad Mini have been launched and the new models are expected to be launched in September. Read More