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Apple Expands App Size Limit to 4GB
By Luke Jones on Friday February 13, 2015

If you own a 16GB iOS device you should be prepared for many frustrating times ahead, times where you will be juggling apps to find space. That's because Apple has just increased the allotted size for developers to work with. Since the App Store made its debut in 2008, apps have been limited to 2GB in size, but Cupertino has now doubled that, giving developers 4GB to play with.

Apple CEO Tim Cook Says Most iPhone 6 Users came from Android
By Luke Jones on Thursday January 29, 2015

Apple is riding the crest of another huge wave with the announcements that the iPhone sold 73.4 million iPhones and recorded the best ever quarterly profit in business history. According to Cupertino CEO Tim Cook, the huge success of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus did not come from Apple fans, but instead came from Android users.

Apple Posts Huge Profit
By Luke Jones on Wednesday January 28, 2015

The frankly unheard of demand for the iPhone through the last quarter propelled Apple to a rare thing in business. The company managed to achieve a triple whammy of selling more products, selling them at higher prices, and increasing profit margins.

Apple Sold 74.5 Million iPhones in Q4
By Luke Jones on Wednesday January 28, 2015

Yesterday we wrote how one KGI analyst said that Apple would announce sales of 73 million units of the iPhone through Q4, topping general predictions. As it turned out, Apple announced its earnings call last night and the company surpassed even Ming-Chi Kuo's top end prediction with a massive 74.5 million iPhones selling through the Holiday Season quarter.

Apple Sold 73 Million iPhones in Q4
By Luke Jones on Tuesday January 27, 2015

It has been well documented that Apple has sold phenomenal amounts of iPhones since the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus launched back in September. However, the extent of sales through the Holiday Season seem to be on another level entirely according to noted KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

Apple Records Massive Growth
By Luke Jones on Wednesday January 21, 2015

Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus has been hugely successful even for a company used to smashing records through each new version. They have pushed Cupertino to new heights, especially in Asian markets where Apple has enjoyed massive growth thanks to the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

Apple Records Growth in India
By Luke Jones on Monday January 12, 2015

Apple is used to mammoth sales all around the world, but there are still some markets where Cupertino is only making fledgling steps. For example, India is still a growing market and Apple has yet to make a massive impact, but there are signs that the iPhones popularity in the country is growing. Through the fourth calendar quarter Apple sold 500,000 iPhone units in India.

Interactive Graph of Apple and Samsung Flagship Cost
By Luke Jones on Saturday December 06, 2014

Apple and Samsung have been locked in a war over which company dominates the smartphone market for years, with Samsung's slew of Galaxy devices topping market share while Apple's iPhone steal the thunder for an individual handset. Neither the iPhone 6 or the Galaxy S5 are cheap devices, they occupy the flagship area and offer premium appeal and high end specs. However, how much does it cost to actually source the components for these smartphones?

Apple Cuts Waiting Time for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus to Days
By Luke Jones on Thursday December 04, 2014

Apple has enjoyed enormous success with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, two devices that have been so popular that they even rode the "bendgate" saga. They have sold in tens of millions, dominated the Thanksgiving Holiday and will be the big selling devices of Christmas too. The demand is so high that there is still a waiting list for orders of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus over at Apple's official website.

iPhone 6 Plus Dominated Phablet Sales
By Luke Jones on Thursday December 04, 2014

Apple was once dead against large screen phones, but with the iPhone 6 Plus the company climbed down from its pretty high horse. Cupertino's 5.5-inch device entered the phablet market very late, an area of the smartphone world dominated by Android devices, especially those made by Samsung, the Galaxy Note series. However, Apple can feel pretty jolly about the result as the iPhone 6 Plus has swept all before it, including Samsung's fantastic Galaxy Note 3 and Note 4.