Apple’s event yesterday unveiled a few new products, at least one of which was a surprise. There’s also an update to iOS which brings some great new functions. Read all the news and our opinion on the Apple products for 2016 here.Continue reading
Apple opens the store on the new 4th generation Apple TV today. But many of us don’t really ‘get’ Apple’s TV offering and most of us aren’t sure if it’s worth the price – or whether we need this from Apple at all! So, here’s what you need to know.Continue reading
There was a lot of anticipation about this weeks Apple Keynote event. And there’s some great new products about to hit the store. Here’s our round up of all the news from the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.Continue reading
Apple is reknowned for wowwing its audience time and time again at the annual Spring developers conference, and this year speculators wondered if they could do it again…and the answer? Of course they have. They’re Apple! While there may be less focus on new features, and more focus on improvements in functionality and quality, there are a number of new launches which just may well change the world in which we live…again.Continue reading
A review of ‘Becoming Steve Jobs: The Evolution of a Reckless Upstart into a Visionary Leader’ by Brendt Schlender and Rick Tetzeli. Find out what we think of the book, what differences it has with the Isaacson Steve Jobs Book, and how it compares to other portrayals of his life.
Today was the long awaited, much anticipated Apple event ‘Spring Forward’ which hailed the launch of the Apple Watch, a gold Macbook, HBO streaming to your iPhone and news on the incredible expansion of Apple Pay. Todays event blew our minds, and we urge you to check out these insane new features, products and innovations that Apple has brought us this time.Continue reading
As reported by Beijing News, the Chinese State Information Office is concerned that Apple devices could be used by foreign governments to gather intelligence. At a meeting last month between Chinese State Information Officer Lu Wei and Apple CEO Tim Cook, Apple agreed to having its devices tested. “Products must pass the inspections done by our network safety officers,” said Lu Wei. […]Continue reading