Apple has used its “Shot on iPhone” ad campaign for a variety of uses, but keeping the focus on the spectacular images and videos iPhone owners can capture.
In 2011, I switched over to the beautiful world of OS X after being frustrated with just how unstable Windows was. Things have been rosy for me inside Apple’s walled garden over the years, and I was happy paying the ‘Apple tax’ for its hardware since it worked flawlessly and without any issues.
Financial Times reports that Japanese company SoftBank will be acquiring ARM Holdings for $32 billion deal. The all-cash deal is expected to be announced on Monday. SoftBank is an internet and telecommunications conglomerate in Japan that is best known for investing money in startups in China and India.
Amidst a military coup, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan gave an interview to the press via FaceTime. With the Turkish military declaring martial law and censoring media networks, Erdogan appeared on CNN Turkey using FaceTime as a reporter held her phone towards the camera.
Despite a onslaught of more powerful and bigger Android phones six months after its release, the iPhone has always stood tall and remained more than a formidable competitor to them. This time around, things have been different. The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus offered relatively modest improvements over their predecessors, and six months later, Samsung managed to hit a home run with the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge.
It hasn’t even been available for two weeks yet, and Pokémon GO is already the most popular mobile game in U.S. history. The title now has over 21 million active daily users, which breaks the previous record of 20 million set by Candy Crush Saga in 2013.
The Supreme Court will be hearing Samsung’s appeal in the never ending legal battle between the Korean company and Apple for a $548 million patent dispute settlement, which the former has been ordered to pay. As per the October 2016 term of the court, the hearing will take place on October 11, 2016.
Apple has posted an open casting call for its first original TV show Planet of the Apps. As previously revealed, the show is about the app economy, apps, and the developers behind these apps. The show will feature will.i.am, Ben Silverman, and Howard Owens as their executive producers.