Tag: Apple

A Few Annoyances Apple Needs to Fix in the Apple Ecosystem

A Few Annoyances Apple Needs to Fix in the Apple Ecosystem: in-app Purchases, News, Apple Cash, and Password Management with Keychain. I pay for my Apple hardware and I pay to be a member of the Apple ecosystem. So unlike reviews where I get loaned hardware or temporary access to SaaS applications for analysis, I.

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Serious Insights Virtual Reality Digest: February 8, 2016

Serious Insights Business VR Weekly February 8, 2016 by Daniel W. Rasmus Serious Insights, Principal Analyst Serious Insights Business VR Weekly – February 8 2016 All Abuzz About Apple VR The Internet was all abuzz about Apple’s apparent entry into the virtual reality market. Serious Insights views most of the “insights” as pure speculation. Re/code’s Eric Johnson suggested.

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Business Implications: iPad Pro, iPhone 6s and new Apple TV

Business Implications: iPad Pro, iPhone 6s and new Apple TV A day after Apple made is September announcements, it is clear that they still hold THE technology leadership position. No company’s announcements create more buzz than Apple’s. Here’s a quick look at the potential business impacts of the September 9, 2015 Apple announcements. iPad Pro. While.

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Apple Event: I Waited Too Long For You To Only Cover Things that Were Leaked

The Apple Event Tim Cook and company, as expected today, announced a bunch of stuff they already announced for about 30-minutes (iPhone 6, Yosemite, iCloud, iOS 8 updates, Apple Watch, etc.), and then announced a number of products for which features were already leaked.  This Apple Event included: iPad Air 2 iPad Mini 3 iMac.

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Apple’s New Buzz Marketing Isn’t New

Back on May 2, Apple posted a job around “Buzz Marketing,” as reported in MacRumors (Apple Expanding ‘Buzz Marketing’ Team Focused on Product Placement). I always find the lack of historical perspective on the Internet amusing, amazing and saddening. Apple was one of the first to place it products on television. Jerry Seinfeld’s apartment always.

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Apple’s SnappyCam Acquisition and Industry Camera Strategy

Toward the end of the year, burst mode camera app developer SnappyLabs disappeared from Apple’s App Store, along with its app, SnappyCam, only to reappear on the pages and posts of industry merger and acquisition analysts. SnappyCam one-upped Apple’s iOS 7/iPhone 5s burst mode image capture with 20 photos per second to Apple’s 10. The.

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My 8 Hour Ordeal with iOS 6

As far as I could tell, my day-to-day work was unaffected by the iOS update. And then Friday night my wife asked me to play “Your Move” by Yes. I opened Music on my iPad 2 and found it empty. I went to System Preferences and discovered that iTunes match was turned off. I flipped.

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Weeds Finale Reveals the Last iPhone

Cross-posted at iPhone Life. In the Weeds Finale there was only one phone: the iPhone 10. Jenji Kohan and her Weeds team weren’t trying to forecast the future, they were just trying to tell a story. They spent some time, however, imagining the world in which Nancy Botwin existed, and in doing so, they revealed the final iPhone phone design:.

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So far this month over at iPhoneLife

LightWedge Verso Series Offers Stylish iPad Protection   An iPhone Power Boosting Trifecta from Qmadix MoPix Video Service Transforms Independent Films into Apps The world of film has become increasingly democratized with the advent of the Internet. People can create films and distribute them with ease. Unfortunately, posting a video to YouTube may generate hits,.

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How Innovation Is More Poetry Than Science now up at Fast Company

In a recent conversation with Phil McKinney, former HP Chief Innovation Officer and author of Beyond the Obvious: Killer Questions That Spark Game-Changing Innovation, we discussed innovation and theory. McKinney said that much of the literature about innovation comes from theorists, not practitioners. I responded that some of us assert practical innovation insights informed by.

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