Eight tech giants have joined hands Monday to reform the US Government’s surveillance practices. To start the public campaign, the web firms- Google, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, AOL, Yahoo and LinkedIn- have set-up an alliance called Reform Government Surveillance group.
Apple has put a full stop to an array on speculations and rumors that were circulated few days back that it has sealed the deal with Prime Sense, the 3D sensor company based in Israel. While the reports earlier conveyed that the transaction would cost anywhere between $300 million to $350 million, the actual figure of the transaction was a whopping sum close to $360 million though the real money involved in the deal is not disclosed.
More trouble haunting the iPhone 5S! After complaints about motion sensors, frustrating screen crashes and reboots, Apple’s recently launched iPhone 5S is now plagued with battery issues!
As it faces a battered tablet market share and increased competition from rival gadget makers, Apple Inc. is refreshing its iPad lineup ahead of the lucrative holiday shopping season.
A forecast by Jefferies analyst Peter Misek has somehow brought glint in the eyes of the iPhone lovers, who’ve always wanted bigger screen for the product.
At the first stage the battle is fought between the manufacturers; Apple Inc. and Samsung. At the next level, the challenge is to make the get the product on the retailer’s shelves. Thereafter, it is left to the retailer to pass on the gadget to the ultimate consumer.
It appears that the colorful phone’s splashing colors!! Apple’s iPhone 5c has entered the Best Buy market, which has started to offer a discount on the product, and the same has begun from Oct 3, and would continue till Oct 7.
According to the company Apple its sales of the iPhone 5S and 5C had beaten previous launches of new phones. It sold 9 million units of its newly launched 5C which is termed as the lower cost or 'budget iphone' which comes in several colours which is a descend from the traditional black and white colours which the previous generation iphones had.
Apple launches two phones simultaneously, the inexpensive Apple 5C and the high end Apple 5S, but why? That is unusual strategy for Apple. Then the company goes a step further – Apple decided to go mum on its 5C preorder numbers. Why this secrecy?