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Friday, April 27, 2007
Europeans Highly Skeptical About The iPhone

In the very unscientific poll I took while attending the S60 Summit in Madrid this week, most Europeans I spoke with said the iPhone is “worthless without 3G.” They are also unconvinced that the touchscreen interface will allow them to send SMS messages quickly. Will the iPhone be DOA overseas?

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Thursday, April 26, 2007
Apple Shares Rise After Blowout Earnings

Shares of Apple Inc. rose more than 6 percent early Thursday, continuing to soar above $100 for the first time after the company walloped Wall Street expectations with quarterly profit that jumped 88 percent on strong sales of its iPod players and Macintosh computers.

Apple shares rose $6.25 to $101.60 in morning trading Thursday on the Nasdaq Stock Market. The earnings results were released after the market closed Wednesday, and the stock leaped to $102.40 in after-hours trading.

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Cingular’s smartphone sales dip ahead of iPhone

Cingular retail stores are already experiencing a slow down in sales of their high-end handsets ahead of iPhone, according to investment research firm PiperJaffray, which on Thursday raised its price target on shares of Apple to a new high of $140.
“We believe that the iPhone will benefit from this pent-up demand,” analyst Gene Munster told Apple investors after conferring with fellow analyst Mike Walkley, who covers the mobile space for PiperJaffray.

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Accounting for iPhone, Apple TV’s future

Apple is paving the way for free enhancements to the iPhone and Apple TV by making its accounting methods clear from the start.

The company will gradually recognize a portion of the revenue from each sale of those products as new features are delivered, Chief Financial Officer Peter Oppenheimer said Wednesday. This accounting method prevents Apple from having to endure a repeat of the backlash over its $1.99 fee for activating the 802.11n chip in Macbook Pros earlier this year.

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Wednesday, April 25, 2007
5 Reasons Why Apple’s iPhone is Better Than the Rest

Paul Kedrosky submits: Having now wandered in the wilds of various cellphones over the last few months, I am re-reminded why Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone is underestimated. I have a Palm (PALM) Treo 700, a Research in Motion (RIMM) Blackberry 8800, and a Samsung TV phone, and they all suck. Here are five things that bug me about the abovementioned trio, and that favor the iPhone:

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Apple’s iPhone and The Future of Nokia

Sramana Mitra submits: We have been discussing the impact of Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone on the rest of the cellular handset and laptop ecosystem. Frank Levinson wrote an important piece when the iPhone was first announced, which you should read for context.

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Apple accepting applications for iPhone tech support reps

Wanna become one of the first telephone tech support representatives fielding questions on the iPhone? Well Apple recommends you submit your applications promptly, as training classes begin in May.
An official Apple job listing posted to AfterCollege.com seeks a Sr. iPhone support representative who will be responsible for answering questions for Apple customers and partners at the company’s existing facility in Austin, Texas.

“Viewed as an escalation point, the candidate should be able to provide prompt, reliable, and accurate information to customers while maintaining effective communications during conversations by adjusting to the pace and technical level of the customer,” the company says.

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AT&T to target iPhone to enterprise

AT&T Inc. plans to market the iPhone to business users in addition to consumers but analysts aren’t recommending that enterprises supply workers with the phones.
Cingular, which was acquired by AT&T, recently decided that the iPhone will appeal to business users and the operator is now working hard to ensure that its backend enterprise billing and support systems will accommodate the device when it ships, said a source familiar with the company’s plans, who spoke on condition of anonymity.

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Monday, April 23, 2007
iSkin Officially Announces New CERULEAN Wireless Accessories for iPod, iPhone and Beyond

TORONTO—(Business Wire)—iSkin today announced three sophisticated, yet simple to use stereo Bluetooth(R) audio accessories to join the company’s expanding line of innovative products. Designed with the iPod in mind, CERULEAN wireless accessories are easy to use, sleek and powerful.

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iPhone to become a cult classic predicts pollster boss

The iPhone will gain a cult following its launch, according to the Vice President of Harris Interactive’s Technology Practice Joseph Porus. Porus made the prediction after Harris Interactive recently surveyed more than a 1100 Internet users and found that 47% were aware of the iPhone and 17% expressed an interest in purchasing it.

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Sunday, September 21, 2014

Apple has updated its privacy policy as part of the rollout of iOS 8, announcing that devices with the latest version of the operating system installed can no longer be accessed by the company itself. Previously, as we reported in May 2014, if law enforcement came to Apple with a seized device and a valid warrant, it was able to access a substantial portion of the data already on an iPad or iPhone.

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TouchPal, a world leading keyboard app developer with over 200 million Android users, announced today that TouchPal Keyboard for iOS is officially launched along with iOS 8. It is available for download in Apple’s App Store as one of the first third-party keyboard apps for iOS.

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Third-party developers of iOS apps today urged iPhone and iPad users not to accept Apple’s offer to upgrade iCloud storage to iCloud Drive after they install the new iOS 8. Although Dropbox was not one of those app makers, it also warned customers about iOS 8 today, telling them a “compatibility issue” would prevent photographs and videos—but only those files—from properly uploading and syncing to its service.

Read more www.computerworld.com


iOS 8 comes with a Google Now like feature called “Hey Siri. It allows you to invoke Siri without pressing the Home button. But there is a catch. The feature only works when your iPhone is connected to a power source, most likely to conserve battery life.

Read more www.iphonehacks.com


The telco suspended orders for the new iPhones on Monday evening (Sep 15), hours after a customer highlighted that he discovered a “security loophole” and could access other M1 customers’ information. Pre-orders have now resumed.

Read more www.channelnewsasia.com


When Verizon launched its “Advanced Calling 1.0” feature earlier this month (read: voice over LTE), it only worked with two phones: The Samsung Galaxy S5 and the LG G2. Now the company can add the iPhone to that list, well, at least the iPhone 6.

Read more www.engadget.com


A filmmaker documents the wait, the switch and the payout — plus a bit of NYPD rough stuff. Anybody who has stood in line waiting to buy a new iPhone knows the score: Many, if not most, of your fellow line sitters are paid to be there.

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On paper, Apple’s new iOS 8 upgrade works with iPhones as old as the iPhone 4S. In real life… not so much. The iPhone 4S is an older phone, released way back in late 2011.

Read more time.com


Here’s everything you need to know about iPhone, in a handy digital format. Get to know iPhone and discover all the amazing things it can do, and how to do them. It’s the definitive guide for getting the most from your new iPhone, straight from Apple.

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Saturday, September 20, 2014

Last week I decided to test the most secretive, hotly anticipated smartphones on earth in a place where there was no danger of them being recognized or damaged or both: Disneyland. Both my wife and I are Disneyphiles of sorts, and visit a dozen times a year or more. I have an appreciation for it because my daughter loves to go, but also because of how carefully the place is planned, constructed and run. Disneyland is the Apple of theme parks.

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Monday, September 15, 2014

While the big news still remains with the fact that Apple recently launched two new iPhones: iPhone 6 with 4.7-inches and iPhone 6 Plus at 5.5-inches, the fact that the new devices will run on the iOS 8 platform makes it more intriguing. iOS 8 is the eighth major release of the iOS mobile operating system designed by Apple Inc. as the successor to iOS 7.

Read more www.gizbot.com


Hordes of people lucky enough to have secured pre-orders for the first iPhone 6 shipments are now flogging their prizes on eBay in a bid to rake in more than $1000 in profits. Pre-orders for Apple’s latest flagship smartphone opened at 5pm AEST on Friday.

Read more www.theland.com.au


Saturday, September 13, 2014

Calling Dick Tracy! Your Apple Watch is ready, 80 years later. Owners of Apple’s $349-and-up smartwatch, which is due in stores early next year, will be able to take and make calls by speaking into it in the fashion of the 1930s comic-strip detective.

Read more www.usatoday.com


Apple’s new iPhones went up for pre-order this morning, and for those who stayed up late to get their order in, it turned out to be a very long night. The vast majority had to wait until past 12:30 a.m. before the had any joy loading the Apple Online Store, and when it finally went live, many iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus options were “currently unavailable.”

Read more www.cultofmac.com


Two key iOS 8 features—SMS Continuity and iCloud Photo Library—have been pushed to October. The delay was quietly mentioned in a press release from earlier this week. Even when Photo Library does appear, it will only be in beta form.

Read more www.macnn.com


Friday, September 12, 2014

If you tuned in to Apple’s keynote, you will know that it did not go so well at the start. Everything went wrong - the live stream dropped out, the webpage went offline, a translator was picked up by a live mic for nearly 20 minutes and the video kept on looping at very odd moments.

Read more www.neowin.net


Thursday, September 11, 2014

Miss Apple’s big presentation on Tuesday? Don’t worry, you can now catch up on one of the most important parts of it with a six-minute video that shows off both the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus, Apple’s two large new flagship smartphones.

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Apple announced Apple Pay, a new category of service that works with iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus through a NFC antenna design, a dedicated chip called the Secure Element, and the security and convenience of Touch ID. Apple Pay supports credit and debit cards from the three major payment networks, American Express, MasterCard and Visa, issued by the most popular banks including Bank of America, Capital One Bank, Chase, Citi and Wells Fargo.

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A decade ago, a group of Johns Hopkins University grad students tried to hack one of the first commercially popular Near Field Communication payment systems - the kind of technology at the heart of Apple’s new mobile payment system. It took a few thousand dollars in gear and a few months of work.

Read more www.nzherald.co.nz


The folks over at WonderHowTo came up with a pretty ingenious method to determine which of the new iPhones—the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 or 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus—is right for you. Strictly from a physical perspective.

Read more www.cnet.com


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