Monday, November 16, 2015
Don Norman’s best-selling book The Design of Everyday Things popularized the user-centric design ideas now embodied by the Macintosh. Bruce “Tog” Tognazzini was Apple employee No. 66 and wrote the first eight editions of Apple Human Interface Design Principles, the company’s design Bible.
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Friday, November 13, 2015
People would often feel the need to sell iPhone when they are getting ready to get the new iPhone. This love that Apple gets from its loyal customers is something that most other businesses long for. It is not to say though that iPhone has always been praised by its users and it has never let the users down. In the past 2 years many iPhone users were not happy with what they received for the price they paid.
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Last month I bought a new iPhone as I do every other year. I decided to go with the bigger iPhone 6S Plus rather than the 6S which Tim Brookes checked out and loved. This time, however, I did something a little differently. Rather than buying from my carrier, I bought it straight from Apple themselves.
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Thursday, October 29, 2015
Apple is a phenomenal company. Its market capital nearly doubles its next closest rival, Google, and it profits are the third greatest of any company in the world, according to Forbes. Its so-called “war chest” – the money it has in liquid assets – is now over $200 billion. Even the largest banks and petroleum companies struggle to keep up.
Read more www.digitaltrends.com
Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Apple Inc. said Tuesday that quarterly profit rose 31% on demand for the iPhone, even as the company faces questions over how it will maintain growth for its flagship product. Booming iPhone sales have propelled the company to a string of strong results while withstanding a slowdown in the global smartphone market.
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Monday, October 19, 2015
Whether you’re an Apple fan or not, you have to admire the care and attention to detail that the company puts into its high street retail stores. A case in point: The new 3D Touch-compatible display units that have recently been installed in stores in San Francisco and New York, tables which react every time you press down on the iPhones on top of them.
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Wednesday, September 30, 2015
One of the mantras of last year’s iPhone 6 reviews was that the iPhone 6 Plus was amazing when it comes to battery life, while the iPhone 6 had better battery life than predecessors but not necessarily enough to meet daily heavy usage needs. This year, the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus have similar designs to Apple’s 2014 smartphone, but that doesn’t mean they have identical batteries.
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Tuesday, September 29, 2015
On numerous occasions over the past year Apple has highlighted key differences it sees between Google and itself in the way it’s bringing personalisation to iOS without giving users the sense their privacy is being invaded or traded for advertising dollars.
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Monday, September 28, 2015
Apple said on Monday it sold more than 13 million iPhone 6s and 6s Plus during the first weekend on the market, a new record for its marquee product. The company improved its previous record of 10 million iPhones sold in the first weekend of 2014, benefiting from the inclusion of the Chinese market, where the gadget’s debut was delayed last year by regulatory issues.
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Sunday, September 27, 2015
I’m here to praise Apple again. Sorry. I have to do it. It’s not in my contract nor am I paid to do it – imagine if we were! We’d be rich! – but after manhandling the iPhone 6S Plus it’s abundantly clear that Apple has discovered another breakthrough. And they are surprisingly nonchalant about it.
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Friday, September 25, 2015
Apple last year introduced a brand-new aluminium design with its iPhone 6 – however the new all-metal frame caused a headache for a number of iPhone owners after the smartphone warped in their pockets without warning. Dubbed Endgate, the furore triggered a slew of popular YouTube videos showing people desperately trying to bend their smartphones.
Read more www.express.co.uk
Wednesday, September 23, 2015
The first reviews for Apple’s iPhone 6s and 6s Plus have been revealed - and they universally call it the best iPhone ever.
They reveal the new handset is radically faster than previous versions, and hail the new 3D Touch screen as a big step forward.
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Monday, September 21, 2015
Apple has confirmed launch details for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus — unsurprisingly the new phones go on sale Friday at 8 AM. Apple says that customer response to the iPhone 6s has been “incredibly positive” although the company is yet to release concrete preorder figures.
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Both the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will be available to purchase at Apple retail stores, carrier stores, and select authorised resellers starting this Friday, Apple has announced.
Walk-in customers who hope to get the iPhone 6s lineup should arrive at a store early for Friday’s launch, the company said in a press release on Monday.
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Sunday, September 20, 2015
CUPERTINO, Calif. — Even Apple employees wait in line to get into an Apple Store sometimes. It’s a Friday afternoon and I’m outside an Apple Store next to a line of people that stretches out far enough that I can’t quite make out the end. While crowds outside Apple Stores are nothing new, this line at the company headquarters is comprised entirely of Apple employees who are queued up in the 85-degree sun to get a first look at the newly redesigned company store.
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Thursday, September 17, 2015
Apple has recently unveiled its newest flagship devices, the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus and demands for the models are reportedly through the roof. The newest iPhone models are set to officially go on sale on the 29th of September but Apple and several sites are already offering pre-orders in a bid to stem the deluge of demands and to give the company time to ensure that customers get their orders. Shipping of orders will allegedly start on Sept. 25.
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Thursday, September 10, 2015
Apple’s move to sell its newest iPhones on an instalment plan is the latest blow to the smartphone pricing used and frequently reviled by consumers for years: the two-year cellphone contract. When Apple unveiled its new smartphones Wednesday, it said the iPhone 6S would start at $199 with a new two-year contract and the 6S Plus would cost $299 on contract.
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“The only thing that’s changed is everything,” Apple said about the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus at Wednesday’s Apple event. That’s both true and untrue. The case looks pretty much the same, the screen sizes didn’t change, and the entry-level model still has a paltry 16GB of storage. But inside it’s an all-new iPhone with some impressive new capabilities.
Read more www.pcworld.com
One of the mysteries of the iPhone 6S launch has been solved, with the apparently official confirmation that it uses a smaller battery than the iPhone 6. Apple didn’t answer every question concerning the iPhone 6S at last night’s launch. For example, where’s the camera OIS?
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Wednesday, September 09, 2015
Apple CEO Tim Cook took the stage Wednesday to convince consumers to open up their wallets yet again for two new smartphones—the iPhone 6S and the 6S Plus. “While they look familiar, we have changed everything in the new iPhones,” said Cook. At the core of the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus is a new pressure sensitive technology called 3D Touch, which allows touch screen to detect different levels of force, enabling new controls and touch gestures, such as shortcuts and the ability to peek into messages and emails.
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