Tag Archive: Fall


MacOS Mojave Release Date: Fall

macOS Mojave 10.14 may be the most hotly anticipated Mac OS system software release in quite some time, thanks largely to the beautiful new Dark Mode interface option, along with various convenient features that are set to improve the Mac computing experience, from desktop Stacks, to dynamic wallpapers, a handful of new apps from the … Read More

iOS 12 Release Date Set for Fall

Many iPhone and iPad users are hotly anticipating the eventual release of iOS 12, with its notable performance improvements and optimization focus, along with dozens of refinements and new features. iOS 12 is sure to be a nice software update to devices that will support the latest and greatest iOS ever made, but the obvious … Read More

WatchOS 3 and Next tvOS Announced, Release Set for Fall 2016

WatchOS 3 and the next version of tvOS have been announced by Apple as the next major system software updates for Apple Watch and Apple TV. WatchOS 3 Overview The next version of WatchOS offers a variety of new features, and is intended to offer dramatically improved performance which is said to be 7x faster … Read More

MacOS Sierra Announced with Siri, Release Date Set for Fall 2016

Apple has announced the next major version of Mac system software, dubbed macOS Sierra. MacOS Sierra offers improvements to Continuity, iCloud, Apple Pay, tabs improvements, a cross Apple platform clipboard, and perhaps most notable is an inclusion of Siri. Here’s a quick look at some of the new features in macOS Sierra (and yes, Mac … Read More

iOS 10 Debuts with New Features, Release Date Set for Fall

iOS 10 has been announced in what Apple says is the biggest update to the iPhone and iPad ever. With many new features and enhancements, including a revamped lock screen, redesigned control center, smarter photos abilities, major improvements to Siri, and enhancements to Maps, there is much to be offered. Here’s a quick overview of … Read More

Apple Watch shipments predicted to fall 25 percent this year

Apple Watch shipments may fall by more than one-quarter this year as compared to 2015, claims well-connected KGI Securities Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. In an investment note to clients, Kuo writes that he thinks Apple Watch shipments will top out at fewer than 7.5 million units this year; representing a significant drop from the 10.6 […]

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2016 iPhone shipments may fall well below expectations

According to well-connected KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is likely to disappoint on its total number of iPhone shipments this year — with numbers set to fall below 200 million, compared with 232 million handsets last year. Kuo predicts Apple’s total number of iPhone shipments will be between 85 mill and 95 million handsets in the […]

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New reader will let you Apple PayAnywhere this fall

The updated version of the PayAnywhere mobile credit-card reader is set to launch next month, and it will be all about Apple Pay. This new partnership will help make good on some of Apple head Tim Cook’s bold claims during the company’s most recent earnings report. PayAnywhere‘s new reader will launch exclusively for sale on […]

New reader will let you Apple PayAnywhere this fall

The updated version of the PayAnywhere mobile credit-card reader is set to launch next month, and it will be all about Apple Pay. This new partnership will help make good on some of Apple head Tim Cook’s bold claims during the company’s most recent earnings report. PayAnywhere‘s new reader will launch exclusively for sale on […]

Android Pay to launch alongside LG’s new Nexus 5 this fall

Google will finally launch Android Pay, its brand new mobile payments service, alongside a refreshed Nexus 5 from LG in October, a new report claims. The Apple Pay competitor will take advantage of Android M’s native support for fingerprint scanners. “LG Electronics is partnering with Google in launching Android Pay, a simple payment service associated with the Android […]