Apple’s latest lineup of iOS devices helped the Cupertino company regain enterprise marketshare during the third quarter of 2015, according to the latest data. iPhones and iPads accounted for 66 percent of all enterprise activations, up 2 percent from the second quarter.
Few days back Tim Cook told The Telegraph that for general consumers it does not make sense to buy a PC anymore, and that the iPad Pro will act as a replacement for a “notebook or a desktop for many, many people”.
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has announced major improvements that are coming to Bluetooth in 2016, and you can expect to see them making their way to future Apple devices like the iPhone 7 — and some existing ones as well. Not only is Bluetooth going to get faster, but it will also boast better range, and become more intelligent for smart devices.
Apple announced its Q3 2015 earnings on Tuesday, and as always, there is lots to take away. So that you don’t have to trawl through all the reports to catch up, we’ve put together a handy list of 15 interesting facts that’ll teach you all you need to know.
Apple seems to have silently discontinued the original iPad mini — originally unveiled in October 2012 — as the tablet is no longer available for purchase through the company’s online store.
Despite the sales of iPad slowing down, Apple remains the world’s largest tablet vendor in the world. According to the data compiled by IDC, the overall tablet market in itself is seeing a decline in sales, with the market shrinking by 5.9 percent in Q1, 2015.
An issue with the onboard iPads used by American Airlines pilots grounded “a few dozen flights” on Tuesday night, leaving hundreds of passengers stuck on a runway for several hours. The devices were unable to retrieve flight plans, and many flights had to return to the gate to access a Wi-Fi network.
Having the right device when you need it can be tough, especially if something like an iPad is suddenly very convenient but buying one isn’t.
After raising the prices of digital content like apps and games in many markets late last year, Apple followed yesterday’s event by hiking the prices of its hardware, too. In numerous countries, Macs, iOS devices, iPods, and more are now a little pricier than they were yesterday.