Apple's first attempts at the Apple Watch failed to impress industry analysts. But other big Apple products, like the iPhone and the iPod, also took a couple years to reach product sales. A boost in sales for the watches would be a boon for Apple headed ... ( read original story ...)
Now Apple had, in iTunes and the iPod, a combination of software and hardware that would coax new users into the Apple ecosystem. Allowing either to work with Windows seemed like giving up an advantage. Jobs correctly pointed out that both iTunes and the ... ( read original story ...)
Apple changed the smartphone landscape with the iPhone, ushered in a new era of tablets with the iPad, and before all of that, redefined the MP3 player with the iPod. Yet a large amount of criticism aimed at Apple claims its innovation has slowed ... ( read original story ...)
Everyone with an iPhone, iPad, iPod, or Apple Watch has an Apple ID. It’s essential to getting the most out of Apple’s services, including the iTunes Store, the App Store, Apple Music, and iCloud. An Apple ID isn’t the only account with credentials ... ( read original story ...)
Apple historically has a track record of coming out with industry-defining products, whether it's the Mac or iPhone or iPod. But over the past decade, there's a been perception that the pace of innovation and the pace at which Apple has come out with game ... ( read original story ...)
Apple has built and offered a wonderful FM app in their iPod Nano for many years. They know how to make FM work, and work well, in their mobile devices. Apple even wrote its own Nano app that allows the user to pause live radio and buffer up to 15 minutes ... ( read original ...
The biggest disappointment for anyone with an Apple TV is the sheer disregard that the UK channels have paid to it. With the exception of the BBC, which made iPlayer available as an app for the 4th generation Apple TV in December 2015, not one UK channel ... ( read original story ...)