Apple will consume 18 percent of global sapphire ingot output making the displays for the Apple Watch, according to a new report coming out of China’s supply chain.Â This adds up to a whopping 30.8 million millimetres of two-inch (diameter) sapphire… Read more ›
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Microsoft has copied (or “been inspired by”) many, many Apple innovations over the years, and now it’s set to copy the location of its most famous Apple Store of all. That’s right: the Windows maker is set to open up… Read more ›
The Apple Store on New York’s Fifth Ave has become nearly as iconic as the other shinny glass and aluminum beauties it sells, and now Microsoft is readyÂ to take on Apple in the Big Apple with a Fifth Ave store… Read more ›
According to numbers from analyst firm IDC, Apple is now the fifth-largest cellphone maker in China, with 7% of the overall market share. Apple jumped an entire 1 percent in the last quarter of 2013, based on the success of… Read more ›
Apple has gone and topped the J.D. Power rankings for smartphone satisfaction. Again. This marks the tenth straight time Apple has dominated the likes of Nokia, Samsung, HTC, and Motorola in the bi-annual poll, and with the iPhone 5s shattering…
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As the App Store’s fifth anniversary approaches, a whole host of developers have begun makes some of their most popular apps and games for iOS completely free. Some of the titles included in the sale areÂ Infinity Blade II,Â Disney’sÂ Where’s My Water?,Â and Traktor DJ, which is usually priced at $20. It’s unclear whether the giveaways are to […]
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Apple is having some trouble with its signature store on 5th Avenue in NYC. The company rebuilt the glass cube above the store so it will have less seams, but ever since theÂ renovationÂ was finished Apple has had not one, but two leaks.
A rain storm hit New York City yesterday, and just like two weeks ago, the roof of the 5th Ave store began toÂ bulgeÂ with large deposits of water that then [Read More…]
Philips has joined the likes of JBL by selling Lightning-compatible speaker docks for Apple’s latest iOS devices. Today Philips announced not one, but four new speaker docks with Lightning connectors. Each speaker set serves a different purpose, ranging from a nightstand dock with alarm to a portable speaker.
These speakers should start hitting retail channels this month, but Philips hasn’t given any pricing info yet.
In case Apple needed more of a pat on the back, comScore has reported that the company was the fifth most-visited retailer on Black Friday. Apple is the only individual product brand to make it so high on the list. Sitting behind the likes of Target, Best Buy, Wal-Mart and Amazon, Apple’s success on Black Friday is unprecedented.