Following reports of Apple working on making the iPhone a ‘one-stop shop’ for one’s medical reports, a new report from CNBC details that the company is working with a new start-up called Health Gorilla on this feature.
Apple Working with Young Startup Health Gorilla To Make iPhone a ‘One-Stop Shop’ for Medical Records
Apple has announced that it has hired Jaime Erlicht and Zack Van Amburg in newly created positions to lead its video programming efforts. They both will report directly to Eddy Cue.
Wikileaks has freshly published its newly hacked documents from the CIA. Filed under the “Vault 7” series by Wikileaks, this leak talks about CIA’s methods of hacking into network routers from leading companies like Asus, Belkin, Buffalo, Dell, DLink, Linksys, Motorola, Netgear, Senao, and US Robotics. Surprisingly, Apple’s own AirPort Extreme router is missing from this list.
Back in July of 2014, Apple and IBM officially announced a partnership that would see both companies working to push iOS further into the enterprise market.
Scott Forstall was the Vice President of iOS beginning in 2007 (before it was iOS!) and all the way up until 2012, so he has some keen insight into the creation of all things iPhone.
Apple has a secretive team working on making the iPhone a health repository for every iPhone owner out there. It wants the iPhone to act as a hub for one’s health information and data including tracking their hospital visits, lab results, and more.
The Apple Financial Services program, which sees a specific credit card/account activated for individuals to get new Apple products, is shutting down in Canada.
The iPhone 8 is rumored to be announced later this year, and while the rumor mill has been deafening when it comes to certain aspects, actual parts of the rumored phone have yet to leak out. Until now.
According to a report that emerged this morning, Apple is reportedly allowing Indian retailers to slash the prices of older iPhones drastically. India is a market where devices like the iPhone 5 and the iPhone 5s are still in good demand. Keeping this in mind, it makes sense for the company to offer discounts in order to move more units of the products.
Foxconn-led Consortium Backed by Apple, Dell, and Potentially Google to Bid for Toshiba’s Chip Business
Foxconn’s CEO had previously revealed that Apple and Amazon would be chipping in funds to help the Chinese company’s bid to acquire Toshiba’s lucrative chip business. Now, Terry Gou, Foxconn’s founder and CEO, has said that both Apple and Dell will be joining a Foxconn-led consortium to that will be bidding for Toshiba’s chip business.