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We are arriving fashionably late with this information, but it is still important to know. So my fellow consumer, prepare to arm yourself with the power of a refreshed intellect. If you are like me, and for some reason have not yet upgraded to iOS 9.3.5, you will soon have two reasons for doing so....

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iOS 9: Everything You Need To Know

Posted by jnolan | Posted in Apple News, Consumer Electronics, New Products, Rumors, Uncategorized | Posted on 09-06-2015

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9There are going to be a lot of awesome things that come along with iOS 9. Siri is getting a lot of huge improvements, there is a new split screen feature that allows you to run several different apps at the same time, better battery life, and a new Low Power mode are all things we have to look forward to.

A lot of people out there are wondering when they will be able to get their hands on iOS 9, or if their devices will even be compatible. Every year there is a new list of devices that aren’t able to get the new update. Some people are also scared that they might have to delete a ton of stuff to even be able to download the new operating system like many did when iOS 8 came out. That was a catastrophe. Well, if you have any of this on your mind, we have the answers. So don’t worry.

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iOS 9 release date
Apple is going about this release a little bit differently than in the past. Now there will not only be a Developer Beta, but there will also be a public beta that you can get before the official release. Even though that is super cool, and it would be awesome to get a crack at it before everyone else, you should keep in mind that the OS will be unstable until the official release. So think for a bit before you commit.

Here is the release schedule:

Developer Beta: Available now
Public Beta: Available in early July
Official release of iOS 9: September

Will my device get iOS 9?
Like I said earlier, every year there is a list of devices that don’t make the cut and don’t get to have the new operating system. This makes sense though. Outdated devices sometimes have a lot of trouble running new features and codes that they weren’t designed for, and creating a stripped down version of the operating system wouldn’t make any sense because of how many key features would be left out. BUT, you should be glad to know that this year’s list is exactly the same as it was when iOS 8 came out. If you got the update then, you’ll get it this time around as well.

Space requirements
Ah, the moment you have all been waiting for. With iOS 8, lots of people had to tragically delete almost everything on their device to fit it. And then, didn’t have much storage space to do anything else with. The update last year was 4.6GB, which is ridiculous. This year, you will be pleased to know that iOS 9 will only take up 1.3GB of space. That is 350% less. So we all have that to be happy about.

 

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Check Out The Green Video Apple Released 4/20/15

Posted by jnolan | Posted in Apple News, Consumer Electronics, Uncategorized | Posted on 20-04-2015

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This video came out today on Apple’s YouTube page. After it was up for only two hours, it already had 20,000 views and currently has almost 80,000. The main point to the video is to show off that they are using clean energy. They are building a 40-megawatt solar farm in China that will power all of their offices across the country, all of their offices are powered with clean energy already, and they are generating 12 million kilowatt hours of energy in Oregon using hydropower.

This is one of the most genius marketing tactics for Apple. It may not seem that significant, but there is a lot to this whole idea. Across many different developing countries, there is a huge wave of consumer consciousness that includes issues like sustainability. This is a bigger factor than ever right now. 55% of global respondents in Nielsen’s survey say that they are willing to pay more for products and services from companies that dedicate themselves to creating a positive social and environmental impact. That is an increase in 50% in 2012 and 45% in 2011. Regionally, respondents in Asia-Pacific (64%), Latin America (63%) and Middle East/Africa (63%) exceed the global average and have increased 9, 13 and 10 percentage points since 2011. So knowing that, you can see why this is such a big deal, and why the video is absolutely genius on Apple’s part. Check it out!

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Apple Could Be Breathing New Life Into The iPad With The Help Of A Huge Display

Posted by jnolan | Posted in Consumer Electronics, New Products, Uncategorized | Posted on 27-08-2014

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According to most of the speculations and rumors that have been going around for most of this year, late 2014 and early 2015 is going to be a huge time for Apple. They have the iPhone 6 that is expected to drop, different variations of the iPhone 6 that are expected to drop, and there have already been rumors and leaked photos of the next installment of the iPad Air.

When it comes to tablets, Apple pretty much invented the tablet market. Not only that, but they have always dominated it as well. In order for Apple to stay in their position as top dog in the tablet market, they are going to have to keep things as fresh and exciting as they did when they launched the original iPad.According to new reports, it looks like they are planning to launch their biggest iPad to date. As early as next year, we could be seeing a 12.9 inch iPad.The report comes from Bloomberg. They say that the company is currently working on a new iPad that will be much larger than any of the previous models. Right now we only have the 7.9-inch iPad mini and the 9.7-inch iPad. The Bloomberg report cites a few sources that have proven to be trustworthy in the past. They say that Apple has been working on this brand new iPad variation for over a year with different suppliers.

As stated earlier, this is a big time for Apple. This news is coming right as the company is getting ready to launch the next generation of the smartphone that started it all, the iPhone 6. The iPhone 6 is rumored to be coming in two different sizes, a 4.7-inch model and a larger version that comes with a 5.5-inch display. That launch is rumored to happen on September 9th.

The idea behind putting out a larger iPad would be to reintroduce the excitement that has always surrounded the iPad line of devices. Sales have really been slow for the iPad lately compared to previous years. Most consumers have focused more on upgrading their smartphones instead of upgrading their tablets. So, by giving people a huge display on an iPad, it gives them something to look forward to because you really can’t get a smartphone with an almost 13-inch screen. That would be crazy.

A larger iPad also means a more productive iPad as well. Apple has been trying to expand their business at the enterprise level, and this might just be one of the things that does it for them. A bigger iPad could have a huge role in the workplace. They are also going to be offering iPhones and iPads to businesses along with preloaded enterprise specific apps.


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Apple’s New Patent Could Change Navigation Forever

Posted by jnolan | Posted in Consumer Electronics, New Products, Uncategorized | Posted on 30-07-2014

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I know you have all thought about this a million times, because I know that I think about it and even complain about it on a daily basis. What if a navigation app could not only give you the shortest distance or quickest general route… but could actually give you directions based on how many traffic lights, stop signs, and just generally annoying obstacles were along the path. Well, my friends, Apple’s new patent is just for that. It seems they are trying to make our lives easier and better.

On Tuesday the US Patent and Trademark office granted their new patent. It is called “Routing based on detected stops”. It is basically crowd-sourced navigation but taken up a few levels.

It’s not like different companies haven’t already attempted to do things like this. The problem is just that the result is always ineffective and doesn’t really work right. Waze and Google Maps both have crowd-sourcing things going for them, and it is really nice because we can get some real time data on where we are going and what is happening along the way. The problem is that there is just no way to be in depth enough to be incredibly useful. There is no way they are going to detect stop signs or stop lights or anything like that and take them into account when calculating your route. This idea is for a smarter system that will be much better, more productive, and will let us know about as many obstacles as possible.

The patent that Apple filed basically explains a navigation system that is going to use the GPS in whatever device you are using to collect any sort of stops that it detects you are making. This includes every stop sign, light, traffic jam, anything. After it collects the data from your GPS, it is analyzed to determine what kind of stop it is (stop sign or traffic light), and then it is uploaded to a remote server and shared with anyone else who is using the same GPS app.

This will allow you to ACTUALLY choose the quickest route to your destination. It will also greatly improve the estimated trip times and make them way more accurate. This could also even be able to tell you the best time of day to make your trip based on traffic data that it has collected.

Now, just because a patent has been filed and granted doesn’t always mean that an actual product is ever going to see the light of day. BUT, this is a REALLY good idea. And I feel like if anyone has the power and resources to make it a reality, Apple would be the company to make it happen.

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Be Productive With Your iCloud

Posted by eblasko | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 02-07-2014

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When iCloud was first introduced back in 2011, many users were confused of all of its features and how to properly store information off their Mac, iPhone, iPad and iTouch. It works as a way to store and save any personal information from contacts, notes, photos an apps. Although iCloud is compared to other digital services such as Dropbox, Google Drive, and Microsoft’s SkyDrive, iCloud has many unique features that other services might not have. Many users do not know how to keep up with iCloud or use it to its full potential. Here are a few ways to be extra productive using your iCloud.

1. iCloud Keychain
Beginning with iOS 7, Apple introduced a brand new way of keeping passwords and important information synced between Safari on the Mac computers and iOS 7. The best part of this keychain feature is that it makes it easy to store any passwords you create for all the websites you visit daily. The iCloud Keychain can store login information for any specific applications, that means instead of having to write down any login information on a notepad, or even worse forgetting your password and having to go through the recovery process; iCloud Keychain lets you fill in any details on the Mac and iOS 7.

2. Share Documents With iClouDrive
The free iCloud app, iClouDrive, makes it easy to create a new folder that synces with iCloud and is stored on your Mac computer. The app works by creating a special folder where all your iCloud files are stored on your Mac, then puts an alias to that folder where it is then stored inside your computer’s documents folder.

3. Keep Track Of All Your Devices
Did you know that Find My iPhone and Find My Mac are built into iCloud.com? Logging in to the special service lets you locate any of your Apple devices, send messages and request that the device plays a sound to locate it.

4. Use iWork To Create And Collaborate
Good news, Apple is now offering all of its iWork apps for free on the Mac and iOS with any new device purchase. Even better, iWork for iCloud brings the experience to the web. You can create and edit any documents by logging in to iCloud.com Users without an iCloud account can be invited to collaborate on an existing document. Signing up for an iCloud account is totally free as well. Think of iWork as something like Microsoft’s Office 365, but with Apple’s system.

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InIcon Set to Debut Steve Jobs Action Figure in February

Posted by Zack | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 03-01-2012

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Steve Jobs action figuresIf you are really into collecting things like action figures, you may want to listen up. It has recently been discovered that a completely unauthorized replica of the late Steve Jobs is planned by Chinese manufacturer InIcon. The figure is extremely lifelike and will be a highly collectible product that includes the former Apple co-founder and CEO’s signature black turtleneck, rimless glasses and jeans.

The figure, which stands 1 foot tall, will also come with a stool and a backdrop that reads “One More Thing…”, a reference to the trademark phrase Jobs would use to unveil Apple’s latest product at the carefully orchestrated press releases that Apple is famous for.

If you don’t think that this is going to be a popular product then think again. The sheer amount of traffic that hit the company’s website today was enough to slow the site to a crawl which just goes to show you that anything related to Apple or Steve Jobs is destined to sell. The interesting part is that it is still uncertain as to whether or not this product will actually ever make it to store shelves.

Apple’s lawyers, famous for their fierceness, are reportedly completely aware of the product with most of them taking issue with InIcon’s appropriation of Jobs’ likeness. According to a statement released by Apple’s lawyers, “Mr. Jobs has not consented to the use of his name and/or image in the product.”

Well, good luck getting that. InIcon has not responded to any requests for information on the product from multiple media outlets. In addition to the figure, the company has planned an entire cornucopia of accessories for the figure, including two apples (one with a bite taken out) and three pairs of hands.

A note on the company website states that the pictures seen are only of prototypes with the final appearance and colors subject to variation. In addition, the mini Mac, iPhone and iPad seen in the pictures will not be available. If released, the figure will cost $99.99, although InIcon has already stopped pre-orders for the product which is set to debut in February.

Source: Fox News – Incredibly Lifelike Steve Jobs Action Figure Due in Feb.

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Apple’s iTunes Movie Rentals May Soon Be Facing Competition from Google and YouTube

Posted by Zack | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 26-04-2011

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iTunes movie rentalsWhether you love it or hate it, whether you think it is incredible for the music industry or running it into the ground, Apple’s iTunes IS one of the biggest things to happen to music in recent years. One thing that stands out about iTunes is that you can get more than just music. You can buy movies or even apps off of iTunes and you can even rent movies. However, it is in that field, movie rentals, that iTunes may be getting its first real opponent.

Since supposedly finalizing deals with multiple major movie studios, Google is all primed and ready to start a Video on Demand movie rental service via YouTube that is said to challenge the dominance of Apple’s iTunes movie store in the market of Video on Demand.

YouTube began offering movie rentals about a year ago but has yet to rent out mainstream movies. Instead, YouTube offered movies from mostly independent studios. Google, however, plans to build the service with the imminent launch of a movies on demand service that includes major Hollywood studios.

Mainstream movies have been quietly added to YouTube with rental prices ranging from $1.99 to $3.99. According to a YouTube spokesman, “We’ve steadily been adding more and more titles since launching movies for rent on YouTube over a year ago, and now have thousands of titles available.” The spokesman declined to comment on the rumored launch of major studio films.

According to one executive from a Hollywood studio that has already signed with YouTube, “We think we will start with VOD, but broaden to include sell-through over time. We are pretty excited because we are happy to see new entrants come in transactionally rather than a subscription model.”

The report has stated that movies will become available on YouTube the same day they can be rented at video stores or on iTunes, which is ahead of subscription services like Netflix. “What’s really good about their approach is rather than another subscription offering, they’re going into a fresh area where there have been fewer leaps forward,” said one studio executive.

At a seminar earlier this month, Google executives seemed to hint at a YouTube VOD store. YouTube Vice President of TV and Film Entertainment Robert Kyncl stated, “Imagine if you had a video store on YouTube, where you could rent or buy the movie without being sent elsewhere.” However, when Kyncl was asked about specific details, he replied, “Obviously, there are things coming, but we can’t talk about them yet.”

Apple began offering movie rentals via iTunes back in 2008 with a major launch that included all of the major Hollywood movie studios. The initial rate for a movie rental was $2.99 with HD versions and new releases costing more. After their purchase, customers had 30 days to begin watching the movie and 24 hours to finish once playback had begun.

After Apple launched their second-generation Apple TV last year, they began offering $0.99 TV show rentals. However, the only two studios that were on board at launch were ABC and Fox. Apple CEO Steve Jobs, at a media event to unveil the set top box, suggested that the other studios would soon relent and begin offering TV show rentals. Jobs stated, “We think the rest of the studios will see the light and get on board pretty fast.”

Research group IHS revealed earlier in the year that Apple had maintained a 64.5% market share of the online VOD in 2010 while also losing some share to Microsoft and Sony. In 2009, Apple controlled 74.4% which does not count subscription services like Hulu or Netflix.

Apple generated $1.4 billion in revenue from the iTunes online store in the most recent March quarter, however, it is unclear what portion of those earnings consisted of movie rentals.

Source: Apple Insider – Google to take on Apple’s iTunes with mainstream movie rentals on YouTube

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