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New purported images of the iPhone 6s have been leaked. iPhone 6s has the same design language as the iPhone 6, however, lots of internal changes are expected. 9to5 Mac has posted images of the next-generation iPhone 6s today. According to the images, the iPhone 6s will feature the same outer body shell of the current iPhone. However, Apple is expected to make major changes  to the internals of the device. “A proven source familiar with Apple’s supply chain has provided us with the most extensive look yet at Apple’sRead More
Apple’s values are now aligned with those of Tim Cook. Taylor Swift’s letter and Apple Music fiasco illustrate that he needs to be more assertive. While the world applauded Taylor Swift for taking on Apple and winning, I’m more concern about why it even came to this. I believe Apple is the best pro-consumer company in the world, creating products with care and quality that delights most of us. It’s clear Apple had two choices – cut a deal with the music industry that makes business sense for the company spreadRead More
Cult of Mac has published an excellent piece profiling Ming Chi Kuo, who is widely recognized as the best Apple analyst in relation to predicting future products and services. Kuo currently works as an analyst for KGI Securities, the second-largest securities firm in Taiwan. Ming-Chi Kuo has been with KGI since January 2012, according to the report. Previously, he worked as an analyst for Concord Securities –  another Taiwanese financial firm and DigiTimes – a daily IT newspaper which is also based in Taiwan in 2010. Here’s a list of Kuo’sRead More
The usually bullish Apple analyst, Ben Thompson, believes that Apple recent WWDC Keynote was a tale of two halves. The first segment was very good, the presenters were able to deliver a coherent and purposeful message while the last part of the keynote left a lot to be desired. Ben Thompson: WWDC went in the other direction. The first 90 minutes were excellent: very tight, with excellent clarity and momentum, well-rehearsed speakers delivering mostly iterative announcements with the occasional surprise. The final 60, on the other hand — the “oneRead More
Writing for Recode, Walt Mossberg posits that based on Tim Cook’s recent comments and what he saw from at WWDC, Privacy has become a key product, and a key marketing point, for Apple, as much as the Apple Watch or the skinny new MacBook. According to Walt Mossberg: Don’t get me wrong. I don’t think Apple is being phony here. Based on multiple conversations with its top officials, I think the company really does believe in bolstering privacy, and has considered this important since at least the debut of the iPhone inRead More
On Monday Apple unveiled their latest iOS and Mac OS X operating systems. There were more evolutionary improvements rather than revolutionary. In some cases, Apple was clearly taking cues from Android and Windows mobile operating systems. Noteworthy features in iOS 9: Android migration – Wirelessly transfer your contacts, message history, camera photos and videos, calendars, web bookmarks, email accounts, wallpaper and DRM-free songs and books from your Android device to iOS. iCloud Drive app – Managing iCloud is easier with the new iCloud Drive app. Longer-lasting battery – New low power savingRead More
To those who managed to get their hands on an Apple Watch (or any smartwatch), you probably heard this question before: “Is that an Apple Watch on your wrist?” Now there is an official answer. In a post on Medium, Apple Analyst had this to say: …… Can’t wait to get mine.Read More
According to a new report from Digitimes, Apple will use smaller LED backlighting chips measuring 0.4t (dimensions of 3.0 x 0.85 x 0.4mm) in the next generation iPhone (iPhone 6s). Comparatively, the LED chips for backlight units (BLUs) on the exiting iPhones is 0.6t (3.0 x 0.85 x 0.6mm), according to the report. “Considering patent issues and stable production, Apple will still have Japan-based Nichia and Toyoda Gose supply the 0.4t LED chips for the BLUs,” Siu Han and Adam Hwang report for Digitimes. “As such LED chips are smaller withRead More
In another very insightful piece, Ben Thompson – Apple analyst suggests the impact of the Apple Watch is being underestimated based on the numerous reviews he has read so far. I am confident that many critics of the Apple Watch as it stand today, will find a valid reason to buy one in the future. Read more..Read More
Writing for TechCrunch, John Biggs – a self-confessed mechanical watch lover, is sticking with his Apple Watch. “It’s the saddest thing in the world for me to say but, after years of calling each and every smartwatch nice but not necessary,  “I’ve finally succumbed to this shiny bauble for a number of reasons,” Biggs writes. According to Biggs, here are the key reasons why the Apple Watch has won him over: It gets notifications right It’s beautiful It replaces my other wearables – and my phone It is new Can’t wait toRead More