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Despite the hype, 2013 was actually a pretty calm and quiet year for Apple. 2014 should be a much different and bigger year for the company, who says they have big plans in the works. During the earlier part of 2013, Apple kept dropping strong hints about new product categories and expanding on the...

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Tim Cook Set to Give Entire Fortune to Charity

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Apple CEO Tim Cook is, as one would expect, very wealthy. However, money doesn’t seem to be what is important to him. Cook has decided to use his money to pay for his nephew’s college education and then donate the rest of it to charity. There is a long list of wealthy philanthropists who donate most of their money to charity, and now he is joining in to make the list a little longer.

CNN says that his wealth is close to about a billion dollars. That is a ton of money to earn just to give it away. But, this goes along with what Steve Jobs and Apple have been about all along. Apple started out as a little indie company full of love with the desire to break down the boundaries and limits, to think outside the box, and to keep things simple and give back whenever they could. Tim Cook gave this statement on Jobs’ attitude toward everything in a recent interview with Fast Company:

“Steve felt that most people live in a small box. They think they can’t influence or change things a lot. I think he would probably call that a limited life. And more than anybody I’ve ever met, Steve never accepted that. He got each of us [his top executives] to reject that philosophy. If you can do that, then you can change things. If you embrace that the things that you can do are limitless, you can put your ding in the universe. You can change the world. That was the huge arc of his life, the common thread. That’s what drove him to have big ideas. Through his actions, way more than any preaching, he embedded this nonacceptance of the status quo into the company.”

There have been plenty of former CEOs that have given away a huge chunk of wealth to charitable causes. Bill Gates and Warren Buffett both did the exact same thing. The most famous, and probably the first was Chuck Feeney, the former CEO of Duty Free Shoppers. He was famous for saving his money, wearing cheap clothes and flying coach when he obviously didn’t need to. He put $4 billion into his Atlantic Philanthropist charitable trust which will be completely depleted before his death. After he did that, he has lived quietly and modestly ever since.

According to CEO of New York City nonprofit Living Cities Ben Hecht, “We’re seeing all this new wealth, especially West Coast wealth and technology wealth, which doesn’t necessarily have a place tied to it. They just have very different sensibilities. Many of them don’t have any interest in building a perpetual institution. I think it’s not in their culture. They want to give it away, and they want to be active in giving it away.”

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What Apple is Planning for the Rest of 2015

Posted by admin | Posted in Consumer Electronics, New Products, Rumors | Posted on 10-03-2015

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After being a little more quiet than they have been in the past, Apple has come back stronger than ever. They spent a whole year without even having a new product category, which isn’t like them at all. Launch events were feeling bland and forced, but in 2014 all of that changed.

The rollout event for the iPhone 6 was a huge deal. It was exciting, entertaining, and even sparked up some controversy that was actually really good for the company as a whole. After a year of nothing, Apple sprang right back to the top and owned the entire tech market once again.

Like anything though, the excitement of the iPhone 6 has finally worn off. But that’s ok because Apple is excited about what they have in store for the rest of this year.

Apple announced their partnership with IBM. This is a big deal. Apple really isn’t any stranger to the enterprise world, but a lot of the devices end up there just because employees prefer to use them and bring them in. It has been a slow process because they need to develop all of the necessary apps, but the Apple/IBM partnership is going to be seriously huge for both companies. Especially with the release of the infamous 12 inch iPad Pro coming out.

They were supposed to release the iPad Pro last year, but put it on hold to keep up with iPhone 6 demand and production. It’s almost guaranteed to come out this year, but rumor has it that it won’t really be available to the regular customer. It will probably be exclusively sent to companies to use and replace a lot of computers.

That’s not the only thing Apple has going for them this year. We all know that the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus are going to come out by the end of this year. They will probably look exactly like the current models but come with a way faster processor, a better camera, and some new software. This is cool because when Apple put out the current processor in their phones, it was the best and fastest on the market by a lot. Are they going to crush the competition again this year with a crazy new chip? Probably. Hopefully. Almost certainly.

Let us also not forget that Apple bought Beats By Dre. No one really knows exactly what they are going to do with the company, but everything will be revealed later this year. With the Beats music streaming, it would seem like it would be a conflict with iTunes and iTunes radio and all. It will be very interesting to see what Apple does with this and how they integrate the two music services.

 

All of the Apple Home and Health stuff that we have been hearing so much about will finally come into existence this year as well. Right now we only have a Health app, which isn’t really enough to give us any huge clues as to what to expect.

Either way, one thing is for sure: it is going to be a huge year for Apple, and there is a ton to be excited about.

The Truth About The iPhone 6 Plus

Posted by eblasko | Posted in New Products | Posted on 19-11-2014

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Ever since Apple released its latest model, the iPhone 6 and 6 plus, rumors have been crowding the internet with videos, blog posts and reactions about the iPhone 6 plus bending. So what’s the deal? Does the iPhone actually bend easily?

The answer is simply no. All of the videos and claims about the new iPhone 6 bending are over dramatized to a point where it makes the phone look bad to consumers. A major problem with the new iPhones is that people are continuing to bend their new iPhones to deliberately prove the point.There is absolutely no need to intentionally spend hundreds of dollars on a cellphone just to create a video to make Apple look bad. Dramatic force has to be applied for anything to bend or break of course.

Because of the uproar, Apple has directly responded to their consumers about the issue: “Our iPhones are designed, engineered and manufactured to be both beautiful and sturdy. iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus feature a precision engineered unibody enclosure constructed from machining a custom grade of 6000 series anodized aluminum, which is tempered for extra strength. They also feature stainless steel and titanium inserts to reinforce high stress locations and use the strongest glass in the smartphone industry. We chose these high-quality materials and construction very carefully for their strength and durability. We also perform rigorous tests throughout the entire development cycle including 3-point bending, pressure point cycling, sit, torsion, and user studies. iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus meet or exceed all of our high quality standards to endure everyday, real life use.

Looking at the iPhone 6 Plus as a whole, there is a pressure point near the center of the phone that may not been tested properly due to the thin design. 

With normal use a bend in iPhone is extremely rare and through our first six days of sale, a total of nine customers have contacted Apple with a bent iPhone 6 Plus. As with any Apple product, if you have questions please contact Apple.”

With that being said, all cellular devices must be handled with care, but the design of the new iPhone 6 plus is noted for design imperfections if treated incorrectly. Looking at the iPhone 6 Plus as a whole, there is a pressure point near the center of the phone that may not been tested properly due to the thin design. But, it all breaks down to the simple common sense statement of; things will bend if you bend them.

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Apple’s Recent Mobile Releases Have Left Some With Mixed Reactions

Posted by mluciano | Posted in Consumer Electronics, New Products | Posted on 27-10-2014

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Apple is known as the tech powerhouse that no one can beat. This idea happens to be one that it held by many, and with good reason. Apple, over the past 10 years it feels like, has released tech device after tech device that have shaped the mobile market. It’s gotten to the point now that Apple is more known for mobile technology than its desktop computers. The iPod changed everything when it first came out. It was the MP3 player that outdid the Walkman and had every other developer scrambling to make their own version of it. Now skip ahead to the present and you can find iPads and iPhones anywhere you look. Recently, however, it seems like Apple might be losing their luster.

The New iPhones

The big thing that you will see on commercials just about everywhere now, is the new iPhone 6 commercials. The big deal with the new phones is that well.. they are big! Much bigger in fact. Now, Apple has finally stepped into the world of the “phablet”. For those that are unaware of this term, it’s exactly what it sounds like; a phone and a tablet essentially together. The reason for the name is that its too big to be a phone, but too small to be a normal tablet. The new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are just what everyone has been waiting for if you think about it. A phablet to compete with Samsung and have more power and better features. The only problem is the dreaded “bendgate”. Yes the phones can bend and break that way, but that will happen with just about any phone that is 5.5 inches and really thin. The new iPhone however may have hurt Apple in a way that they didn’t mean to have happen.


The New iPads

The newest iPads that were released at Apple’s iPad left everyone feeling a little less than excited. The reason being the fact that the new iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 didn’t really offer anything too crazy! The new iPad Mini 3 didn’t even come with an upgraded processor. It, in fact, has the same processor as the iPad Mini 2. The only real upgrades to the new tablet is the upgraded cameras and an updated paint job. The iPad Air 2 got a bit more of an upgrade. It’s now working with eh A8X chip, which just so happens to be the same chip that is used in the new iPhone 6. It’s more powerful, and it’s thinner. It also comes with the same iSight cameras that are used with the new phones. Even with these though, it’s giving some people mixed signals on how they feel.

SEE ALSO: Apple’s New 5K Retina iMac Sure Looks Impressive, But Is it Worth It?

 

There Might Be An Issue

There are so many sizes of iPads now, that having a small “phablet” as part of their product line might hurt the sales of the iPad Mini 3. Tablets are a way to have a powerful computing device that’s more mobile than a laptop. The success of them can speak for itself. The new iPhone 6 is basically a pocketable tablet that you can take anywhere now, and has the capability of a phone. This could easily affect the sales of new iPads. Yet another issue is that people don’t “renew” their tablets like they do with their phones. Instead of getting rid of the tablet, many people will just hand them down because of how expensive they are. This is hurting tablet sales all around. Apple’s continued push of new iPad with slightly better chips and cameras isn’t really giving the same excitement that it used to.

So is this really bad news for Apple? Will their tanking iPad sales ruin their business model? It can all be explained simply in just one tweet:

 

It seems like Apple is running out of ideas, and is just resorting to making their devices thinner or larger. What will happen when Apple finally runs out of ideas?

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Just A Few Things About iOS 8 That We Could All Do Without

Posted by mluciano | Posted in Consumer Electronics, New Products | Posted on 24-09-2014

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So Apple users out there! In case you have been living under a rock for the past few days, the new iOS 8 update has finally released. Naturally, with just about any update from Apple, we can expect a menagerie of different things that we don’t like or problems that we encounter. Luckily, there haven’t been too many issues that have caused a lot of headlines. Usually after every iOS update, we can expect an X.0.1 update to fix whatever ailments are being discussed over the internet. Regarding this new update however, Apple seems to have gotten things under control more so than usual. That being said though, there are still some aspects of the new iOS 8 update that people are not necessarily enthused about.

Texting

Let just take some time to talk about the one thing that we use our phones for the most; Texting. We’ve all seen plenty of memes involving the horrors of autocorrect. There is now something else that we can worry/laugh about involving our texting habits. As if autocorrect wasn’t enough, now there’s now something called “QuickType” that we can concern ourselves with. For any Android users out there, you are more familiar with this than us Apple users. “QuickType” is essentially a feature to replace the autocorrect that we’re used to. Instead of you just hitting the “space” button in order to have your correct place, now there are a myriad of words that the texting app predicts that you could mean. All you need to do is hit that word and it will take it’s place in the text you’re righting. It’s not the worst thing, but we can expect some of the word suggestions to be annoying or funny enough that we’re all waiting for the funny Facebook pictures to surface.

The Overall Download

Whenever we Apple users have downloaded our new updates, we’ve known that they’ve been pretty huge, but this new update is a bit ridiculous. Just from the few people that I know that have downloaded this new update, I’ve heard many a horror story of deleting hundreds of pictures, different videos, and even some of their favorite apps. This new update only requires 1.2 GB of free space on your phone. That being said, then why does it require you’re phone have 5.7 GB of free space??? What the heck Apple? This is where things don’t really make sense in an over-the-air download. Mind you, that if you decide to use your computer to download the update, you can sync up your iPad or iPhone and it won’t take up any space on your mobile device. It will just download. *I would highly suggest this option. It’s much better than dealing with all of the deleting that you’d have to do.

The Infamous “Privacy Problems”

This biggest talk of the new update is the “Key Contacts”. This feature allows you to double tap the Home button and see all of the people you’ve recently had a conversation with.  This could be good on one hand. Mainly just to make things a bit quicker in the long run. That being said, it could definitely make things a bit… complicated. What I mean by this is it could cause some problems. Allow me to paint a picture for you. You’ve recently broken up with an ex. You double tap the home button to close an app, and you see that you just recently were texting her, even though the deleted the conversation. Now all those feelings rush back, and you’re tempted to talk to that person again. That and then there is the “Recently deleted photos” issue. Instead of having the photos that you delete be, well… deleted, there is now a “Recently deleted photo” album in your “Pictures” app. Thanks for the reminder Apple, but if we deleted the picture or text conversation, it was more than likely for a reason.

This app is still a welcome update, as the iOS 7 update has been out for a while now, and having this new update accompany the OS X Yosemite update just makes sense. There are still plenty of aspects to love about the new update, but just in case Apple is reading this, these are our complaints. An iOS 8.1 update fixing the issues mentioned would be very welcomed.

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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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The New iOS 8 Is Taking A Few Shots At Android And Making Us More Connected Than Ever

Posted by mluciano | Posted in Consumer Electronics, New Products | Posted on 04-06-2014

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Just in case you’ve not been on the internet at all with the past couple of days, Apple just recently had their WWDC 2014 event. Let me just be the first to say that I was quite impressed with what I saw. While there may not have been any new hardware announced (does the iWatch even exist???), there was still quite a lot that was shown off. Obviously the two biggest parts of the keynotes, again in case you missed it, were the announcements of the new OS X 10.10 Yosemite, and the new iOS 8! Yes, the next big iOS update is here, so for all of us iPhone and iPad users, this is the part where you pay attention.

The biggest addition that I saw to the new iOS is a little feature called “Handoff”. Handoff is basically a new way to continue working on something from one device to another. Seamless continuity if you will. Lets say for example you’re viewing a spreadsheet or working on an email from your computer but you need to go somewhere. Simply pick up where you left off via another Apple device that’s synced up. All you need to do is swipe up from the bottom left corner if you’re continuing on a mobile device, or click a button if you’re continuing on your Mac. This isn’t really like working with your iCloud. Although you can still sync data, this type of seamless transition is strictly based off of location proximity and your mobile Apple devices. There’s no waiting or loading the data from the cloud. It’s just there!

The next thing that I saw coming with the new update was the HealthKit. Now this is essentially two different app platforms, but it controls the new Health fitness tracker app, and the new HomeKit. This is where Apple has Android beat. Apple owns the iPhone. They have all of the rights. They own the technology that has all of the sensors needed to gather the health data. Android does not. Android still needs separate manufacturers to come up with their own initiatives as they don’t own that type of technology. Samsung has been the only real taker for that sort of app project, with their “S Health”. Needless to say, Apple has the one up on Android in that department.

The HomeKit is the part of the app platform that truly impressed me. This is where virtually EVERYTHING became connected. It’s Apple’s idea of the completely connected home. Once everything is set up correctly and synced together, all you need to do is tell your old pal Siri to “get ready for bed” and a number of crazy things will happen. Your thermostat lowers the temperature. Your garage door gets closed. Your door could even lock for you! It’s the things like this and the Handoff app that show me just how connected Apple is trying to make everything, and personally, I’m totally fine with it!

Android isn’t necessarily a bad OS, and they don’t make necessarily bad products. I’ve seen my fair share of people walking around with them and I even owned a Droid phone for a while (I wasn’t exactly pleased). Even though they remain popular and have their own following, I feel that Apple has just tremendously outclassed them with this new update and its features. Good work Apple, good work.

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The Apple iWatch Is In Production Right Now! (So Say The Reports)

Posted by mluciano | Posted in Consumer Electronics, New Products | Posted on 07-05-2014

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It’s way too easy to get hung up on new tech. All facts aside, can you really be mad at someone for getting pumped up on new technology. Take the iWatch for example. It seems as if this particular product has been nothing but a rumor for quite some time now. Having said that, the rumors have continuously piled up. Naturally, as rumors begin to escalate and progress, it’s easy to get caught up in the hype and start to believe it all. I’m not saying that the iWatch isn’t coming out. In fact I’d say that it is almost definite, although there’s not been any confirmation on it yet.

So where would I get an assumption like this from? Well from our good friends over in China of course!

There have been no official announcements yet, but the China Times recently reported that the device’s production is now underway. Again, it’s still not confirmed that this is what the new device will be, but it’s still pretty safe to assume that it will be an iWatch.

The production of the device is already looking pretty promising with some of what it will reportedly include. So far the reports have shown that the device will include a few SiP modules. SiP stands for “system-in-package”. These little modules can contain some pretty nifty things. Everything from DRAM, flash memory, and even a processing unit all in one. The fact that reports are saying that the new devices will be housing these is still up in the air, as everything is still speculation, but it could be entirely true. These modules are used already in some of our every day devices that we use. Everything from your MP3 playter to your iPhone include SiPs. These particular modules could eventually pave the way for a wearable computer for all we know. It’s all up in the air. Aside from the modules, however, there have been no other technical specs discussed yet.

As far as release dates go, we should expect to see the new device during the end of 2014. Apple talked of starting production for their new product during the second quarter of this year. Wouldn’t you know it, that time has come now. Up the 3 million new tech toys could be (and are more than likely) in production right now as you’re reading this. Again there is no certain answer from Apple yet, pertaining to what the “new category” of device is that they will be releasing.

About 1 in every 2 people think that this whole wearable trend is just that; a trend. Many believe that it will come to pass, as it just doesn’t seem practical. This is where the challenge for Apple is really going to start. There are already smartwatches available for the consumer market today. That being said, they aren’t really selling like hot cakes. I know that I’ve not seen anyone walking around with the new Pebble or Nike Fuel band. I haven’t even seen a Galaxy Gear yet, aside from in store.

Apple is known for pretty much turning anything with their logo on it into gold. Even so, there is no telling how well the iWatch’s reception will turn out, especially if they decide to tack on a pretty price tag as they have been known to do.
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