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Apple Takes Bulk of Enterprise Activations in Q3
By Luke Jones on Wednesday November 25, 2015

Apple is continuing to make significant strides in the enterprise market and through the third quarter of this year (June 1 to September 30) the company was responsible for 66% of all enterprise devices activated. The company's iOS platform, which includes iPhones and iPads, led the way in the market and rose 2% compared to the 64% enterprise activations in the second quarters.

Apple Debuts Charging Dock for Apple Watch
By Micah Bartos on Thursday November 19, 2015

Apple has launched a new accessory for its Apple Watch, a dock that lets you wirelessly charge the wearable by placing it magnetically on the dock. Apple has made the accessory available from today via its online store and should be making its way to bricks and mortar Apple locations in due course (November 20).

Apple Made 95% of all Mobile Profit in Q3
By Josh Dasey on Tuesday November 17, 2015

When you look at smartphone sales charts you will see Samsung leading Apple at the top of the market by a significant margin, while the result is even more emphatic if you compare Android sales to those of iOS. However, in terms of making cold hard cash (which of course is the reason why all companies are in the industry) Apple is simply unstoppable.

iPad Pro Selling Out Says Apple
By Josh Dasey on Friday November 13, 2015

Tablet sales are in what seems to be a terminal decline and even Apple, the market leader, is suffering dwindling sales of the iPad. However, the iPad Pro could be a much needed shot in the arm for the company's tablet output and through its first two days on sale the oversized slate has saw demand that exceeds supply.

Apple Closing Beats Music
By Ang Torres on Friday November 13, 2015

When Apple bought Beats Electronics in a multi-billion dollar deal last year, plenty of eyebrows were raised. Was Cupertino really interested in Beats' admittedly sought after headphones and peripherals, or did Apple really have its eyes on the Beats Music streaming service? The latter is the most likely, but Beats Music will cease to exist on November 30th, when Apple will close its doors for good.

Apple Working with Banking Giants on PayPal Rival
By Pablo Jimenez on Thursday November 12, 2015

Last year Apple put itself into the finance sector with Apple Pay, the company?s mobile payment system that has been well received by consumers. However, according to the Wall Street Journal, Cupertino has wider aspirations and is going to launch a rival to PayPal during 2016.

Firefox Browser Lands on iOS
By Pablo Jimenez on Thursday November 12, 2015

Users have been able to run Firefox on Android for some time, but those on Apple's iOS have been waiting for the browser to land on that platform. Mozilla has been running a beta app on iOS recently and now the company has officially rolled out Firefox for the platform, meaning iPhone and iPad users can now use the browser.

Apple CEO Tim Cook takes Aim at Surface Book
By Micah Bartos on Wednesday November 11, 2015

Apple launched the iPad Pro today and CEO Tim Cook took the time to offer a dig at the Pro's biggest rival, Microsoft. Speaking Philosophical Society at Trinity College in Ireland, Cook gave a timely assessment of Microsoft's Surface Book, a laptop/tablet that Redmond launched last month.

Apple iPad Pro Available Now
By Josh Dasey on Wednesday November 11, 2015

Apple's giant iPad Pro is now available to buy the United States. The 12.9-inch slate is Apple's most decked out tablet and is the company's take on a true PC alternative. Launched two months ago, the iPad Pro is now available in a number of configuration and with optional accessories such as the Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil.

Apple Interested in FDA Approved Wearable
By Josh Dasey on Tuesday November 10, 2015

The Apple Watch is a solid piece of kit, and it has become comfortably the biggest selling smartwatch on the market. However, it is probably not the seismic shift in the market that we expected it to be and in terms of some areas (health and fitness) there are more robust wearable options. Apple is definitely interested in the health sector though and Tim Cook says the company is working on an FDA approved product that is not a smartwatch.