Every year at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, demand for the event outstrips the amount of tickets available.
Up until now, various reports have indicated that Samsung will be supplying Apple with the majority of A9 chips for the next-generation iPhone and iPad. However, according to KGI Securities’s Ming-Chi Kuo, TSMC will be supplying Apple with 30% of the A9 chips.
An extremely rare and working Apple-1, the very first computer built by Steve Jobs in his parents’ garage, has popped up on eBay. It includes an even rarer Cassette board accessory, along with a clamshell case, a date-stamped keyboard, and a period Sony TV monitor.
Apple’s partnership with IBM grows even stronger today after IBM announced a new service called Watson Health Cloud. The platform gives doctors, researches, insurers, and more a secure solution for storing health data, and it supports both HealthKit and ResearchKit when combined with Apple devices.
At the very end of 2014, Apple began a new ad campaign entitled “Start Something New,” which would eventually expand into Apple Retail Stores as well.