At the top of the corporate world, Apple and Google are in a back-and-forth battle to be number one.It's not clear which of the two Silicon Valley giants will emerge on top in a contest which highlights the contrast of very different business models.For a brief time early this year, Google parent Alphabet overtook Apple as the world's largest company by market value.Apple then regained, lost and recovered the leader position in May in a battle that appears set to continue for some time.
He came. He saw. But Apple CEO Tim Cook is yet to get the biggest bite into the huge consumer base in the country, of which every tech player -- from China to Korea to Taiwan -- is trying to get a bigger share.If we look at why, in the first place, Cook came to India in this sweltering heat, it would not be wrong to interpret his first visit to the country as an exploratory mission rather than as one with a clear-cut investment agenda.
“It just works.”These three words stood smugly behind Steve Jobs at many press conferences during his second stint at Apple. It represented his desire for Apple to create simple, easy-to-understand products. It was this promise that was behind the cutesy advertising campaign “I’m a PC, I’m a Mac” that started running 10 years ago, which aimed to convince PC owners that Mac computers were more accessible.
Leaked images suggest Apple could replicate the stereo system of iPads in the iPhone 7.
New reports claim to show the dual-camera module that Apple will introduce in iPhone 7. It was also learnt that the company could bank on LG and Samsung for supply of dual-camera modules.
Apple stores will soon be getting a facelift with new designs and elements into its core architectural design. The tech giant has just opened its redesigned San Francisco store with less techy environment and more of a place to socialize with others in the community.
New reports suggest OS X support for Touch ID, Retina display and Siri on the MacBook Pro 2016 which is likely to release next month at Apple's WWDC.
Every week seems to bring another indication from the supply chain about Apple dropping another key feature from the upcoming iPhone 7. With many popular features from rival handsets not expected to arrive until 2017′s presumptively titled iPhone 8, it’s nice to read about one technology that I hope Apple will bring to the iPhone 7. With so much ‘gee whizz’ delayed a year, could wireless charging be the big attraction of this year’s flagship iPhone launch?
Leaked images and renders show unibody metal design, differences in placement of antenna, a fatter camera module with laser autofocus, second speaker and absence of headphone jack.
Most of the rumors around the upcoming phone have been vague and often contradictory.For example, last year KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claimed that Apple was aiming to significantly reduce the thickness of its next-generation iPhones. However, there have been other reports suggesting that the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will retain virtually identical physical dimensions to the prior-generation iPhone 6s/6s Plusa significant contradiction to the earlier leaks.Additionally, aside from the strong rumors that Apple will employ a dual-lens camera in the iPhone 7 Plus, very little is known about the device's specifications.
Apple is far from confirming any rumors detailing buttonless iPhones, but even Apple can’t keep everything a secret, no matter how desperately it may try.Now, there’s yet another clear hint that the home button is doomed. Filed on March 5th, 2015 and awarded to Apple on May 17th, 2016, a patent called Man-machine interface for controlling access to electronic devices doesn’t sound that exciting.
Everyone has a digital assistant these days. Microsoft has baked Cortana into the heart of all its software and Google has just announced a major revamp to what it now calls Google assistant. Apple, on the other hand, has seen its digital assistant Siri fall behind the competition in recent years, but the company is now set to make the biggest overhaul to the feature yet by bringing it to the desktop.
Apple today announced a major update to its GarageBand music creation software for Mac and iOS, adding a wide range of Chinese instruments that are designed to celebrate the "rich history of Chinese music." Today's update also includes "extensive Chinese language localization." In a press release, Apple says the update adds traditional Chinese instruments like the pipa and erhu, plus Chinese percussion offerings that include drums, wood blocks, cymbals, and gongs. 300 Apple-created Chinese musical loops have also been added to the apps.
According to a new report, Android smartphones seem to suffer from a significantly higher number of failure rates than iOS devices.
Apple on Monday released have released an update for their iTunes with the new version being 12.4. Simplifying some of the complex navigation features that have been criticized, have been rectified in this version of the media management app.
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