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Posted On June 13, 2016By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

WWDC 2016: iOS 10

Apple unveils iOS 10 at WWDC 2016:  Read More

Posted On June 13, 2016By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

WWDC 2016: macOS [Photos]

Apple unveils all new macOS with Siri and many more new features at WWDC 2016:Read More

Posted On June 13, 2016By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

WWDC 2016: tvOS

Apple unveils the latest tvOS at WWDC 2016:Read More

Posted On June 13, 2016By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

WWDC 2016: watchOS 3 [Photos]

Apple unveils watchOS 3 at WWDC 2016:Read More
A new purported image of the iPhone 7 shows that Apple has redesigned those hideous antenna bands currently seen on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s. The new design highlights that the antenna bands will sit closer to the bottom and top of the iPhone aluminium case, which makes it more aesthetically pleasing. The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus is widely rumoured to launch later this year while the 4-inch iPhone SE is expected to be unveil at Apple’s special event on 21st March. SourceRead More
According to the latest rumor from NowhereElse (via MacRumors), the yet t0 be announced 4-inch iPhone SE will not feature 3D Touch. The latest revelation came courtesy of Steve Hemmerstoffer (Editor of NowhereElse), who compared the display of the purported iPhone SE with that of the iPhone 6s. The results show that the iPhone SE display is missing a 3D Touch sensory. The iPhone SE is widely expected to be announced during a March 15th media event.Read More

Posted On December 22, 2015By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

Alleged iPhone 7 Prototype Leaked In Video

A new video of an alleged iPhone 7 has surfaced online. According to a new report from NowhereElse, the video was published two days earlier by a YouTube channel – (ViralVideoLab), supposedly captured in a Foxconn plant. The leaked images shoulds a device without any bezels at the side in an all metal casing. The rear camera has also moved to the centre of the device. While the absence of Touch ID might be a case for alarm, earlier reports have suggested that Apple is working on integrating Touch ID in theRead More
The 4th-generation Apple TV is not even a year old, however, a new report suggests that the 5th-generation Apple TV is on the way. Digitimes is reporting the fifth-generation Apple TV will come into trial production in December and volume production in the first quarter of 2016. The new Apple TV will allegedly adopt a heat-dissipation solution for the set-top box to handle the device’s new CPU. The new will CPU will dramatically improve the device’s hardware performance and will add new functions to help it no longer serve only as aRead More
According to the latest report from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) via RCRWirless News, Apple is stealing Android customer at a record rate. The latest CIRP report shows that 26% of consumers who bought the iPhone 6s in the first month it was released were former Android users. That is up 12% from last year and 23% since the launch of the iPhone 5s in 2013, according to the study. “The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus launch attracted a greater percentage of Android owners compared to a year ago,” saidRead More

Posted On November 10, 2015By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

Apple Announces Apple TV Tech Talks

Apple shows that they are serious about revolutionizing the TV experience by announcing Tech Talks for their new streaming device in various countries over the next few months. According to the press release, developers can get in-dept technical information on building and designing for tvOS by attending these sessions by Apple experts. Potential attendees are asked to register before November 13, 10:00 am PST for an opportunity to attend one of the seminars. Toronto December 7, 2015 Los Angeles December 10, 2015 Austin December 14, 2015   Seattle December 16, 2015 Cupertino DecemberRead More

Posted On October 24, 2015By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

Apple Internet of Things Strategy

Writing for the Motley Fool, Chris Neiger outlined Apple’s Internet of Things (IoT) strategy to beat its competitors. With the launch of Homekit, Apple Watch, CarPlay and a rumored automated vehicle expected in 2020, Apple’s IoT strategy is heading in the right direction. “Apple is using its HomeKit system, Apple Watch, and new automotive pursuits to advance the company’s position into a future where nearly everything around us is connected to the Internet,” Chris Neiger reports. What is Apple’s Internet of Things Strategy? from The Motley FoolRead More
Apple unveils their next-generation iPhones with a new Rose Gold colour, live Photos and 3D Touch as the new stand out feature. This new input looks pretty cool and I can’t wait to get my hands on one.Read More