Yearly Archives: "2015"

Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images According to a new report from Billboardbiz, Apple is not looking to place catch up with the likes of Pandora and Spotify in the music streaming business, the company wants to be the “music business”: Source Image Credit: BillboardRead More
Rumors that Apple is at least contemplating an entry into the automotive industry with a self driving car has been rampant for weeks. But now we have two reputable news outlets in the Financial Times and Reuters reporting that this might be the case. Reporting for the Financial Times, Tim Bradshaw and Andy Sharman reveal that Apple is recruiting experts in automotive technology and vehicle design to work at a new top-secret car project that is expecting to go beyond the dashboard. FT: Reuters is also reporting that the Cupertino-based Technology giantRead More
Shipments of iPhone Devices To Top 50 Million Units In 2Q15 Apple is expected to set another record for iPhone sales in its fiscal 2015 second quarter. According to a new report from Digitimes, Apple is expected to ship over 50 million units in its fiscal 2015 second quarter, an increase of 14.4% from 43.7 million units shipped in the same period last. The company has recently sold 74.5 million iPhone units in 1Q15, which is a new record. These numbers are fueled by the huge demand for the iPhone in China.Read More

Posted On January 26, 2015By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

What If The Apple Watch Flop Like Google Glass?

Writing for The Motley Fool, Leo Sun asked the question many pundits are complempating as the launch of the Apple Watch draws closer – will the Apple Watch flop like Google Glass? Leo Sun: . Agreed. The Apple Watch looks like a long term bet by Apple to move into the wearable computing spaces, even if the first generation sales fall short of analysts expectations. SourceRead More

Posted On January 15, 2015By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

Apple Watch As A Mobile Computing Facilitator

With the Apple Watch set to go on sale early this year, many people will be contemplating whether it’s worth shelling out hundreds of dollars for a device that is not as “timeless” as a Swiss Luxury watch. However, Neil Cybart believes that this shouldn’t be a problem for Apple since the company is positioning the Apple Watch as a “mobile computing facilitator worn on the wrist.” Neil Cybart: SourceRead More

Posted On January 11, 2015By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

Apple: Great Companies Don’t Have Any Competition

Just over a year, I linked to this piece by Ben Bajarin is which he posits that “Apple has customers not competition.” Some may find this absurd given Apple many battles with the likes of Mircosoft, IBM and more recently Samsung. However, Horace Dediu latest article, The Monopolist,  supports Ben Bajarin’s theory on Apple and competition. Horace Dedu: SourceRead More