Apple has released another new iPhone 5s commercial in the same “you’re more powerful than you think” theme as their recent ones. In the new commercial, Apple shows off how the iPhone is being used by people with different professions around the world, and the various apps and accessories that allow for it. Check out
Beats might be in stages of being acquired by Apple, but it looks like both companies are going to have a bit of legal trouble. According to a report by CNBC, it appears that popular audio company Bose has filed a legal suit against Beats over five different patent. The patents in question are related
So this was hilarious. Late night tv host Jimmy Kimmel put an Apple sticker on the back of a $20 Casio Watch and carried it around town, asking people on the street what they thought of the new Apple “iTime Watch.” As you can pretty much guess, they loved it! Check out the hilarious video,
Apple announced their Q3 2014 financial results today and it looks like things are going along pretty well considering there were no new product launches to drive sales. Apple sold 35.2 million iPhones, 13.3 million iPads, and 4.4 million Macs, with $7.7 billion made in profit. As such, they’ve improved year-on-year in almost all results.
Rumor has it, Apple is announcing an iPhone with a larger display this year, and while the company has yet to confirm it, Samsung has decided to make fun of it anyway! In their new commercial, Samsung shows a man who is excited about the upcoming iPhone 6′s larger screen size but this friend, who
Apple and IBM announced a new partnership today, to help push iOS devices in the enterprise. IBM and Apple were huge competitors back in the day, with both trying to dominate the personal computer market, so this partnership is particularly interesting. IBM has stated that they will be developing over a 100 enterprise-grade apps for
Samsung’s at it again. In their new commercials for the Galaxy Tab S series of tablets, the Korean company mocks the iPad (again), highlighting how it cant multitasking with two apps running at the same time on one screen, and how it’s screen quality isn’t as high as Samsung’s AMOLED offering. This has worked for
Apple released a new video today, highlighting the many employees, friends and families that took part in the San Francisco Gay Pride Parade on June 29th, 2014. Apple raised the pride flag at their headquarters in Cupertino, and took part in the parade, handing out t-shirts, caps and even iTunes gift cards to the people.
Apple announced an updated version of their affordable $199 iPod Touch today, ditching the 16GB model which only had a front-facing camera, with a regular 16GB iPod Touch model that has a rear camera in addition to all the bells and whistles as the rest of the current iPod Touch models. Apple has also dropped
Earlier this week, Apple announced iOS 8 at their WWDC 2014 developers conference in San Francisco. Announced alongside a very iOS7-inspired OS X Yosemite for Mac users, iOS 8 brings a whole bunch of new features, along with new services like iCloud Drive which syncs across devices, including iOS and Windows devices. Apple has also
Apple is running a new TV commercial called “Strength” that focuses on wearables and fitness apps that are available on iOS. Set to the tune of Robert Preston’s song ‘Chicken Fat’ the commercial shows how iPhone owners use their phones for fitness, from running with Nike+, to weighing themselves with a WiThings scale, or using
Apple released two new iPad commercials today, continuing with their “Your Verse” campaign. Today’s ads come with their own new mini-sites and videos, and once again tell the story of how an iPad can help enrich a user’s life which can then inspire others. It’s way more serious than Apple’s other commercials for the iPhone