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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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Dive into this deep well of digital developer knowledge [Deals]

If you’re considering making the smart move of expanding your skillset to include digital development, today’s your lucky day. SitePoint Premium is a massive library of courses, videos and e-books aimed at web developers, designers, and other digital professionals looking to learn or refine their chops. Their web development books are known for being written […]

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We’ll pay cold, hard cash for Apple’s latest products (broken or not)

Because even the newest devices get stepped on and dropped in toilets, Cult of Mac’s buyback program has been updated to include the latest Apple products. We’re proud to announce that the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, the iPad Pro, the iPad mini 4 and the 12-inch MacBook are now included in our buyback catalog, […]

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Could Apple Watch soon track weightlifting as well as cardio?

As a fitness tracker, Apple Watch is currently little more than a fancy pedometer. It only tracks distance and calories — the quantity, not the quality, of your movement. That’s a problem because fitness is about more than burning calories. However, an interesting patent from Apple — plus a new technology claimed to be “Siri for […][Read More…]

Apple admits the Watch doesn’t work well with tattoos

Apple has issued a statement on its website confirming that rumors about a so-called “tattoogate” are accurate. Reports that the Apple Watch ran into problems when being worn by a person with dark tattoos cropped up earlier this week, when…Read more ›

We’ll be back: Apple Store goes down ahead of today’s event

As expected, the Apple Online Store has gone down hours ahead of today’s special event. When it returns later today (likely shortly after the conclusion of Apple’s keynote), we expect to see new details about the Apple Watch, and whatever…Read more ›

Google is kicking butt with apps as well as market share

Who says iOS has all the apps? According to new data, Google isn’t just kicking butt when it comes to market share, but also mobile apps as well. The search giant’s Play Store now offers a great selection of titles…Read more ›

Well over half of users have now upgraded to iOS 8

iOS 8 adoption rates have been a bit of a disappointment for Apple up until now. Things may be starting to turn around, however, with the company’s latest figures showing that its latest mobile operating system is now running on 56%…Read more ›

‘Call it the iWatch and we’ll kill you’

Having written about the Apple Watch for many months before it was announced, I’ll admit that it was difficult for me to stop referring to it as iWatch. It seems that I was far from alone in this, too. Even…Read more ›

The Blue Screen of Death is still alive and well on Windows Phone

Window’s Blue Screen of Death was the tech world’s joke du jour for poking fun at Microsoft’s crash-friendly software, and while many believed the blue screen had finally died, it looks like Windows Phone is carrying on the proud tradition…Read more ›