“We’ve got incredible new technologies for iOS and OS X to share with developers at WWDC and around the world, and can’t wait to see the next generation of apps they create.”
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Turns out that someone pressed the button a touch too early on apples website, momentarily leaking the AppleCare+ pricing
In 1968 the Beatles founded Apple Records, a record label intended as a creative outlet for the Beatles. This got us wondering, what if Apple Record and Apple Computer were the same thing? To answer this question we’ve restyled some iconic Beatles vinyl as if they were designed by Apple.
Here was I thinking what was the point of Tim Cook coming out as in this day and age is it such a big thing. Shows how wrong I was and it’s a big issue, especially in Russia.
Messages has been given a royal workout in the latest incarnation of iOS 8. Here’s some of the nice cool features to play with.
If you follow Apple, even in the remotest sense, you might just be chomping at the bit to get your hands on the Beta of OS X Yosemite. Before you take the plunge think hard and fast as not everything will be smooth. Brush up on the meaning of what a Beta is and the potential pitfalls.
Next something entirely different it’s called continuity. So now at Apple we believe you should you use the right device for the moment maybe your phone when you’re on the go,
Safari in Yosemite been able to pack all the power of the Safari UI into a single bar.
OS X Yosemite is set to include a neat little feature called Markeup. Have you ever been working on an email message and realize that if you could just maybe circle something, to write something on the message maybe doodle a little something to get your point across so much more clearly?
So mail Yosemite has an elegant new Yosemite style UI but we really focused on the basics reliable synching, fast switching between mailboxes, quick fetches of your new mail the basics
Looks like we might be heading closer towards the iOS ification of OSX as we know it with the upcoming release of OSX Yosemite. Phil Schiller has definitely been to the school of Johnny Ive when it comes to his product demonstrations.
Apple didn’t exactly release the mighty 17 billion dollars by back plan as they only.. released 12 billion for the share buy back.
Monday 3rd March Apple introduces CarPlay, a new way to use the iPhone in your car. CarPlay allows the user to access Maps, Messages, Music, and make phone calls with a touch of the screen in your car. You can even press the voice button in your car to activate Siri. Please tell me there could be a separate head unit for my VW…
Let’s sort one thing out that none of this is revolutionary or the next big leap in car technology, instead Apple is launching a product that should actually work and make life more enjoyable whilst driving.
Getting speech recognition to work in a quiet room or with no wind whilst out walking is one thing but the tech that has to go into noise cancelling microphones so Siri would accurately work with voice commands is a whole other area.
So might look at this as an even more cut down iPhone display with mirroring for the controls but as with all things Apple it’s about getting it right so it works effectively and simply. There have been cars before with touch screens yet Ford has gone back a step to implement switches so there’s still a tactile contact area to refer to when driving.
The wall street journal as publishing extracts from “Haunted Empire: Apple After Steve Jobs” that just happens to be curated from an ex WSJ reporter Yukari Kane. Haunted Empire is to be taken with a pinch of salt given WSJ’s manipulation of stocks and views to suite their agenda.
A historic moment indeed and who would of thought anyone would see the day where Apple sell’s more computers* than global Windows PC’s.