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Apple Watch Debuts with 3,000 Apps
By Luke Jones on Friday April 24, 2015

The Apple Watch has finally landed and is available in nine countries (good luck getting one though) and with the wearable the company has also opened the App Store for smart watches. Apple stores around the world are dealing with lines of customers waiting to get Apple's first ever wearable, but the devices are extremely scarce at this early stage.

No More YouTube App for iPhones Below iOS 7
By Luke Jones on Wednesday April 22, 2015

While the smartphone world operates in an upgrade culture, there are still plenty of people rocking older handsets. This is even true with Apple's iPhone. Sure, the company has huge adoption rates to new builds of its software, but there are still some 100 million iPads and iPhones on less than iOS 7, which means the iPad 1, and everything before the iPhone 4s.

Apple Watch Enjoys Impressive Pre-Order Sales
By Luke Jones on Tuesday April 14, 2015

The Apple Watch has been available for pre-order since last Friday and we are now starting to see some raw data about Cupertino's first ever wearable. The device is expected to become comfortably the best-selling smartwatch so far, and according to Slice Intelligence, the Apple Watch is off to a good start.

Apple Could Struggle on back of iPhone 5s Sales Increase
By admin on Thursday April 09, 2015

Apple has huge success, stands atop the tech world, and then analysts get all worried and start spelling doom for the company. It is a cycle that has been playing out for years and now we are getting our first spot of doom mongering regarding the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Andy Perkins, an analyst from Societe Generale says an increase in sales of the older iPhone 5s could be worrying for the iPhone 6 range.

Sprint Brings Free Wi-Fi Calling to iPhone
By Luke Jones on Thursday April 09, 2015

Good news for iPhone users on Sprint today as the Now Network has revealed that those rocking Apple's smartphones will now get free Wi-Fi calling. The third largest carrier in the United States says that an update will be rolling out to the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, and iPhone 5c during the next week.

Apple Watch Review Roundup
By Luke Jones on Wednesday April 08, 2015

The Apple Watch is getting ready to roll out to consumers, which means the reviews are coming in for Apple's first wearable. It is widely expected that the device will become the first smartwatch breakout sales success and will sell in millions of units. However, according to early reviews, the Apple Watch falls into the same problems of other smartwatches, you simply do not need this product like you do a smartphone or a tablet.

Apple Will Beat Analyst Expectations
By Luke Jones on Friday April 03, 2015

Apple had a blistering fourth quarter where records simply tumbled consistently. Of course, not that the iPhone 6 has been out in the wild for some time and other companies have launched smartphone flagships, it is expected that iPhone sales will decline. However, as has been the Apple way of late, the company is now predicted to best analyst predictions once again.

Apple Working on iPhone 6c 4-inch Smartphone
By Luke Jones on Monday March 30, 2015

There have been growing rumors over the last week that Apple will launch three iPhone mobiles this year, an iPhone 7 (possibly iPhone 6s), iPhone 7 Plus, and a new small 4-inch handset. Unlike most iPhone rumors, this one seems a little more credible considering the iPhone 4c is now a couple of years old and is need of a refresh.

Apple Watch Edition: Get the Star Treatment
By Luke Jones on Monday March 30, 2015

For a smartwatch, Apple's standard Apple Watch is pricey, but the Apple Watch Edition is on another level entirely, with a price tag starting at $10,000. So, what exactly do you get for that money? The same features and specs as the normal Apple Watch, but you also get premium materials such as 18k gold and leather. On top of that Apple has revealed more details about the Edition.

Apple Dominated Enterprise Activations in Q4 2014
By admin on Wednesday March 25, 2015

It is public knowledge that Apple dominated the fourth quarter of last year, the all-important Holiday Season. However, the extent of Cupertino's success is still providing stunning statistics, with the latest numbers coming from Good Technology. The company?s Mobility Index Report for the fourth quarter of 2014 shows that the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were the runaway smartphone leaders throughout the period.