Category Archives for Apple

Apple Agrees to Chinese Network Security Inspections

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. […]

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January 23, 2015

How to fix your Smartphones and Gadgets Yourself!

As you may or may not already know, Will at iCloudlogin is always dropping his iPhone and smashing his screen. The cost of repairs is getting him down. So this time he has vowed to fix it himself. He’s done loads of research on the best routes into doing it and he came across this […]

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January 14, 2015

Apple Abuse of Workers Rights

Workers rights have again been exploited by a Multinational Corporation, but this time, it’s Apple. Apple say they have done more than any other company to prevent the exploitation of migrant workers rights. The entire business model promotes innovation and perfection. But these reports suggest it’s just ‘business as usual’ for a multinational corporation. Exploitation […]

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December 19, 2014

You’ll Never Believe What Apple Is Announcing!

In less than 1 week, Apple will return to the Flint Centre for Performing Arts in Cupertino to announce the first new product release since Tim Cook took over from Steve Jobs three years ago. This keynote is the most exciting one since the release of the original iPhone! The iWatch Described as a ‘wearable […]

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September 5, 2014

Apple’s Next Huge Event

Hallelujah! All the most exciting Apple products are almost upon us! Apple traditionally launches new iPhones at their annual September event, but then again, the events are usually held at Apple’s campus, or at the Yerba Buena Centre in San Francisco. But this somewhat special year, the event will be held in the Flint Centre […]

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August 29, 2014

Is Apple Really Diverse & Innovative?

After publishing Apple’s workforce diversity numbers online, CEO Tim Cook wants to see Apple advancing its innovation with regards to diversity. The Technology giant in a moment of surprising transparency, published its diversity figures online. And the results show the white, male dominated company may not be as innovative and forward thinking as we’d all like […]

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August 13, 2014

Cloud Wars – Apple Vs Adobe

The big players in the Cloud game are up against eachother, with some really slick designs from very different processes drastically changing the way we manage our photo’s. Both Apple’s iCloud and Adobe’s Lightroom allow you to view and edit your data on any device. Apple has dumped Aperture and iPhoto turning its attention to […]

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July 2, 2014

Developer Complaints Lead to Key Apple Improvements

At this year’s WWDC event, the entire approach was different to the usual Apple approach – instead of promoting the user-centric features at the Keynote speech, Tim Cook this year dedicated the majority of his speech to covering improvements in design to iOS 8 – improvements which seemed to take developer complaints into account. 1. […]

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June 27, 2014