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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 to Defy Steve Jobs with Stylus Packing iPad Pro
By Luke Jones on Monday January 19, 2015

Former Apple Supremo Steve Jobs left a huge impact on the company and the tech world. So much so that when Apple goes against one of his ethos, the company is lambasted as if it should hang on every word Jobs said. A great example of this is the fact that Jobs was not particularly enamoured with the idea of a large screen stylus packing device, something Apple are now going to make this year.

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.

Apple Raises App Prices in Europe
By Luke Jones on Friday January 09, 2015

Apple announced yesterday that its App Store crushed all previous records recently, accumulating $500 million in sales through one week and having the best day ever on New Year's Day. It is clearly the customers who propelled that greatest of successes, so you can color us surprised that Apple decided to stick it to the consumer today.

App Store Makes $500 Million in One Week, Breaks Records
By Luke Jones on Thursday January 08, 2015

Apple's 2015 could not have gone any better so far with the company dominating the Holiday Season with 69 million iPhone units sold. However, the good news does not stop there for the company as it was not just a record breaking few weeks in terms of smartphone sales. Cupertino also recorded a record for its App Store, with almost $500 million in sales for apps (and in-app purchases) over the first week of 2015.

Apple "Deeply Offended" by Accusations of Poor Working Conditions
By admin on Monday December 22, 2014

The BBC's recent expose on working conditions in Chinese factories employed by Apple to build its products has put the company in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons. Cupertino insists it has the best working practices in the industry, and while Apple is under scrutiny right now there is little doubt that other companies are guilty of similar. The company has responded to the report with a bullish attitude to the content.

Morgan Stanley Predicts 67 Million iPhone Sales through Q4
By Luke Jones on Friday December 19, 2014

Morgan Stanley is a massive investment firm, so when the company looks at a market it does so with plenty of care. In the world of tech their predictions are normally bang on the money, which is why I tend to believe their latest guides for iPhone performance through this current fourth quarter, which happens to include the Holiday Season.

Apple Watch to Drive Wearable Sales in Canada
By Luke Jones on Tuesday December 16, 2014

IDC is one of the most prominent market researchers and the organization has turned its attention to the Canadian market and is looking forward to 2015. While Canada is not necessarily a hot bed for tech activity, the data for the country seems to point to a similar worldwide trend that will happen in the coming 12 months. IDC says that wearable sales will increase sharply on the back of the Apple Watch, something that is widely predicted on a global scale.

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.