The United Arab Emirates hasn’t even gotten its first Apple Store yet, but that hasn’t stopped AppleÂ from ranking no. 1 in a list of the “Top 10 Most Intimate Brands in the UAE.” In doing so, it didn’t just beat tech rival brands like Samsung and Google, but also auto-makers Lexus and Mercedes, chain coffee […]
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Newark International Airport is renounced for its habitually tardy flights, but in an effort to woo (and distract) flyers, United Airlines announced today that it’s planning to give its main terminal an iPad makeover. The airline is investing $ 120 million… Read more ›
President Obama, sadly, does not have an iPhone 6. But he totally wants one, leading him to openly lust after Apple’s newest handset in a meeting Tuesday at the United Nations. According to a report by The New York Times,… Read more ›
After launching first in Japan on July 15th, Apple has brought its iTunes Pass functionality to the United States. The feature allows you to store iTunes Store credit on a digital gift card in Passbook that can reloaded by an… Read more ›
Not all of Apple’s new iMacs are being assembled by Foxconn.
When you open up a new Apple gadget â€” whether it be a new MacBook Pro or an iPhone 5 â€” the packaging will almost always tell you it’s been “designed by Apple in California”Â and “assembled in China.” But Apple’s new iMacs are an exception to that, because some of the all-in-ones are being assembled in the good old United States [Read More…]
Delta was the first U.S. airline to deploy the iPad, with 22 devices replacing weighty flight bags for a number of its pilots. Now United Airlines is also taking Apple’s device to the skies, but with a slightly larger roll-out that will see 11,000 of the tablets handed out to all United and Continental pilots. Just like those used by Delta, United Airlines’ iPads will replace 40-pound flight bags, that typically include [Read More…]