Apple has just taken the veil off iOS 8 bringing several new (to iOS) changes, including 3rd party keyboard support and a new predictive typing keyboard.
Apple will keep Beats Music for Android. “It’s all about music,” told Cook the Financial Times, while Cue was a little more reassuring in saying, “It’s on Android now, and we want to keep it that way.”
Why is Apple buying Beats? This questions will be answered in due time, but now we are certain this deal is to go through for $3 billion.
While Apple is already set to use more of sapphire glass in its upcoming devices, Samsung and LG are also exploring the technology.
According to mobile marketing automation firm Swrve, Android users spend 17 percent more time in any given app due to a greater number of app sessions in the month. The company released their first App Monetization and Engagement Report, which examines the relative rates of retention across platforms using data collected during the month of April.
Google, through its Nest division, may be looking to buying security camera startup Dropcam. The deal, according to The Information’s Jessica Lessin (paywalled) was on the table at some point in the past, but the current status of the discussions is not clear.
Why are Chinese manufacturers like Xiaomi and Huawei still mimicking Apple? The Mi Pad is embarrassing. It’s time for something different.
The issue, which surfaced as early as 2011, prevents text messages sent to some former iOS users from reaching their intended recipients. Apple has moved to fix the issue that prevented its support staff from manually fixing the issue for affected users.
Google has beaten Apple for the #1 spot in the BrandZ Top 100 list of companies with highest brand value. This is all thanks to Google seeing an appreciable 40% increase to $159 billion in estimated brand value.
Apple and Samsung lead the smartphone market. In fact, no other manufacturer is making profits. What will be of the smartphone market if this continues?