Tag Archive: Embraces


Apple embraces fashion world by sponsoring 2016 Met Gala

Apple is taking its next step into the fashion world by sponsoring the 2016 Met Gala, the annual star-studded event held in New York to benefit the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute. The theme of next year’s event — set to take place on May 2 — is “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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Forget Trash, it’s ‘Rubbish’ now! iOS 9 embraces local slang

In addition to offering Siri in an ever-increasing range of accents, it seems that Apple is making a few more nods to localization with iOS 9. Spotted by a user in Australia, Apple has renamed the Trash folder the “Rubbish” folder in its latest local version of the mobile operating system. It’s not clear how […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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Dam It: Apple Embraces Hydroelectric Power For Oregon Data Center

Remember when Tim Cook said he wanted Apple to be a “force for good” in the world, in terms of sustainability? In keeping with Apple’s plans to use 100% renewable energy to power all of its facilities, it has recently…

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Angela Ahrendts Embraces Apple Culture In Online Post

The question of whether she lives up to her enthusiastic advance billing as “the most important hire Tim Cook has ever made” and even the “future Apple CEO” is yet to be answered, but one thing’s for certain: outgoing Burberry…

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Apple Quietly Embraces The Business To Business App Market

Business to business app development is likely to be a growing enterprise trend. Apple has a solution, even if it isn’t yet a perfect one.

According a study released earlier this month, Apple’s iOS is becoming the most popular platform for enterprise app development – with 53.2% of developers picking iOS for corporate app development compared to 37.4% of developers standing behind Android. RIM’s BlackBerry, the old guard of enterprise mobility, came  [Read More…]

Alaska Airlines Goes Green Embraces iPad Flight Manuals and Distracted Pilots

In an effort to save money, and weight, Alaska Airlines is issuing iPads to their pilots instead of the 25 pounds of paper flight manuals they are required to carry when they fly.

So does that 25 pounds of paper count as carry-on or what?

AA will be the first major domestic airline to make the switch to completely electronic manuals. Now don’t think this is some custom made app that AA had developed to run  [Read More…]