Tag Archive: Numbers


Apple is already making the next Apple TV in small numbers

The new, fourth generation Apple TV is still settling into its home next to our television sets, but already Apple is hard at work on its successor, according to a new report. Apple’s suppliers are said to be putting a limited number of the new Apple TV into limited, small-scale “trial” production, ahead of volume […]

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

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Tim Cook: We don’t believe in the law of large numbers

How does Apple defy the law of large numbers as the company posts ever-increasing iPhone sales? That’s one of the first questions Apple CEO Tim Cook was asked at today’s Goldman Sachs technology conference. While Apple posted a record 74.5…

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“We Have Different Phone Numbers, Why Are Our iPhones Ringing at the Same Time?”

Many iPhone users have discovered that since updating a few of the household phones to the latest versions of iOS, suddenly when one iPhone rings, so does another completely different iPhone with a different phone number. This is often the case with spouses and partners who find their iPhone ringing when their wife or husbands … Read More

Numbers don’t lie: New insight about Apple’s killer pipeline

There are a lot of reasons to be excited about Apple right now, but if you believe Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty, we’re just getting started. Based on Apple’s quarterly SEC filing, Huberty believes Apple’s revenue is set to explode…

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Why Beats Music’s surprising numbers make it a prime target for Apple

Beats Music is in an interesting spot as a new service, mainly because we don’t know when (or if) it will be swallowed by Apple. After it was revealed last week that Apple plans to buy Beats for billions, the…

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How to Password Protect Pages, Keynote, & Numbers Documents in iOS

The iWork suite of productivity apps include Pages, Numbers, and Keynote, and each of them allow users to password protect individual documents. In practice, this means that a document created within iWork in iOS, OS X, or iCloud, can be safely locked with built-in encryption, and the document can not be opened or viewed without … Read More

PopClip Extension Adds Up Numbers For You

Remember Brett Terpstra’s Total Numbers service from last week? Good, because now it’s available in and even more useful and labor-free form as a PopClip Extension. Now all you need to do is highlight a bunch of numbers with the…

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Fixing a Scratched iPhone or iPad? Find Device Model Numbers in Settings

If you ever need to identify what model number an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch is, typically the easiest thing to do is just flip the device over and look on the lower back panel. Alongside the trampstamp of regulatory details, FCC ID, IC, and the various symbols, you’ll find the devices model number. But … Read More

‘Total Numbers’ Service Adds Up Numbers So You (Or Your Cat) Don’t Have to

Ever looked at a column of numbers on your Mac’s screen and wished that they would just add themselves together already? I do. Ever since my “special” cat died, I’ve been adding things up manually. My cat, who was called…

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How the iPad Helps Create Spectacular Bollywood Dance Numbers

Apple has already shown us how the iPad is used to explore the deepest oceans and tallest mountains, but in for its newest segment of the ‘Your Verse’ campaign the iPad has gone totally Bollywood. Famed Bollywood choreographer Feroz Khan…

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