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Rumour: Could we see three iPhone devices this year?

Published by on Mar 27th, 2015, No Comments

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Another day, another Apple rumour. As we inch closer and closer to the fall (or, Spring for us Southern Hemisphere beings) when new Apple products usually make their debut, rumours are starting to spread about the company’s proposed new devices.

This latest rumour comes from Digitimes, who are citing ‘industry sources’. These ‘industry sources’ are claiming that Apple is planning on releasing three iPhone devices this fall.

Expected to launch in the second half of 2015, if the rumours turn out to be true, Apple will release three new flagship iPhone models; the iPhone 6S, the iPhone 6S Plus and, much to our surprise, a new iPhone 6C model.  (more…)

iOS 8.3 betas continue to reveal new features

Published by on Mar 25th, 2015, No Comments

22246Apple has upset the apple cart a bit with their upcoming iOS update. The tech giant surprised the world by giving users public betas for iOS with the launch of iOS 8.3 beta. What’s more is that the next iOS update won’t be a dot-equivalent update (few bug fixes) but a much more substantial update.

The initial beta release only revealed some small updates, but the newest available beta proves that it was all just the tip of the ice berg. (more…)

Apple to Debut New A8-Based Apple TV Box With App Store and Siri at WWDC

Published by on Mar 25th, 2015, No Comments

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Apple plans to announce its next-generation Apple TV set-top box at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in June, according to BuzzFeed News. The report, citing sources familiar with the plans, claims that the new Apple TV will be a “significant overhaul” of the streaming TV box, featuring both Siri and an App Store with an SDK available for developers to create apps. (more…)

Could there be an Apple drone in the works?

Published by on Mar 24th, 2015, 1 Comment

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We know that drones are slowly but surely taking over the world. The influx of drone use over the past year and a half has been nothing short of a phenomenon and almost everywhere you look, a drone is sure to hover.

Many tech giants have also started dipping their toes in the drone pool. Amazon wants to deliver your packages via their Prime Air delivery drones, and Facebook and Google want to connect more people to the internet by using drones.

One tech company that has been keeping mum on drones, however, is the almighty Apple.

Until now, that is. (more…)

Apple’s new ‘spaceship’ campus is coming along nicely

Published by on Mar 23rd, 2015, 1 Comment

Apple Spaceship Campus

When you’re the biggest company in the world and the money just keeps rolling in, you most certainly deserve massive, grand-scale, completely-over-the-top headquarters.

Apple’s so-called ‘Spaceship Campus’ has been under construction for over a year now, and by the looks of things, the mega tech company is definitely not playing around with construction and looks set to meet their deadline.

The plans for Apple’s huge new campus was only approved a mere 18 months ago, but by the looks of things you would think that the grounds have been under construction for much longer. The company has said that they hope to officially open the doors to Apple’s new home in 2016. (more…)

Apple alledgedly developing a TV subscription service

Published by on Mar 17th, 2015, No Comments

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While Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, has pegged the company’s set-top box – Apple TV – as a hobbyist product many times, rumours pinpoint that the Cupertino company is developing a TV subscription service for release at year end.

The rumour also follows another speculation – that Apple will unveil a brand new Apple TV box at some point in April.

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Tim Cook offered Steve Jobs his liver

Published by on Mar 17th, 2015, No Comments

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There’s a new Steve Jobs book coming out later this month, written by Brent Schlender, a reporter who interviewed Jobs several times throughout his life. The book is called Becoming Steve Jobs, which will be released March 24th.

Some eagle-eyed observers did spot a couple of interesting titbits of the book on an Amazon page that was quickly changed. One of the best parts is a story about Steve Jobs and Tim Cook, which took place when Steve Jobs first got sick. (more…)

Apple’s new ResearchKit is designed to further medical research

Published by on Mar 10th, 2015, No Comments

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At Apple’s ‘Spring Forward’ event yesterday, the company announced that they are taking a step in an all new direction, one that they haven’t been involved in yet – medical research.

While Apple has had their fingers in almost every pie over the last few years, the medical field is something they have only briefly touched on with last year’s launch of HealthKit. Yesterday, however, the tech giant revealed plans to help medical researchers find so-called ‘test subjects’ easier – thus helping the medical world to do their research more efficiently.

ResearchKit is an all new software platform that is aimed at helping medical institutions do more thorough research by collecting medical data from iPhone users.

The platform integrates with Apple’s existing HealthKit tool to essentially turn your iPhone into a tool that will provide medical researchers with informative diagnostics.  (more…)

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