Less than a few hours ago, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook was seen holding the first billionth iPhone at an employees meeting in Cupertino, California headquarters. Apple recently announced that they have sold a billion iPhones so far and have completed a major milestone in their to-do list. This is indeed the news, we iPhone lovers would love to celebrate and can be considered as a major encouragement for the release of their latest iPhone model later this September. Read More
There are some rumors flying around that the Apple iPhone 7 will most likely be called the Apple iPhone 6se. Although Apple has not yet confirmed on anything as of now but with a planned September release, this might be a tough news to digest for some people. The benefit of doubt would definitely go towards this as the new device only features minor changes both internally and externally instead of a major redesign. Read More
Apple, at WWDC last month that their payment service called Apple Pay will be expanded and be made available across Europe. Only a month and a few days later, Apple made that announcement come true by launching Apple Pay in France. This makes France the eighth country to support Apple’s wireless payment service and the second one to hit Europe. Other countries include United States of America, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, China, Hong Kong and Singapore with many more coming on their global map. Read More
Apple is launching the iPhone 7 this September and rumors are that they are dropping the headphone jack and the new headphones would either require Bluetooth connectivity or the lightning cable attachment. Apple also plans to launch the Apple Earpods which would be powered by the lightning cable and can serve as a alternate to the expensive Bluetooth headphones. Although it’s not confirm if these would have to be bought separately or will come with the device.
In recent revelations, Apple has announced to completely remove the 16 GB and 64 Gb variants for the iPhone 7. This may be a good thing for consumers as the iPhone 7 will now be $100 cheaper than what it was announced earlier. The device will now only come in 32 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB, the 32 GB one being the new entry model for the flagship device. This news has certainly turned some heads towards Apple after Wall Street Journal confirmed it. Read More
Apple’s iPhone 7 is one of the most talked about smartphones to arrive in stores this year, there were many rumors regarding its design and new features. Some features are great while some are at par with other competitor devices. Either ways, being a waterproof device works great for many users all around the world. Read More
India which is one of the fastest growing smartphone market as of today reportedly delivered a massive blow to Apple in terms for their plan to sell iPhones in India. Right after Tim Cook’s visit to India last week and a number of ideas and proposals flying around, it all comes down to how Apple will sell their devices and tap in to the Indian Market.
New leaked images for the Apple iPhone 7 have surfaced on a Chinese social media site called Weibo. With the new iPhone 7 being prepped for launch this September, it’s not a surprise that a few images of the device have surfaced. This is a good preview and great way to know what to expect from the much awaited iPhone 7. Read More
As Apple’s iPhone 7 Just around the corner, Apple’s top Taiwanese suppliers have started a mass recruitment campaign to start building the device and its variants. On the website for Foxconn’s Zhengzhou, China, factory, a job advertisement on the homepage reads, “Foxconn Zhengzhou is hiring a large number of ordinary workers. Welcome to join Foxconn: Age between 18-40. Overall monthly salary: 3,800 renmimbi. Start working immediately.” Read More
Google recently launched a new keyboard application called “Gboard” for iOS. A few months ago, it was reported by The Verge that Google had been working on a new keyboard for the iPhone with features like no other keyboard offers. Gboard released 4 days ago with features that were not available with your regular iPhone keyboard and also incorporate features that you would generally expect to have in an App developed by Google.