Opinion: Why the Comixology Debacle Shows That Apple Needs to Change its Consumer-Unfriendly App Store Policies

On April 28, 2014, in IPhone App Reviews, by admin

Are you angry about the new Comixology app, which removes the ability to buy comics from inside the app itself? If so, you should be just as angry at Apple for their policies making such an absurd situation, where an app can offer the ability to consume the content it sells without actually selling it, [...]

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Apple Updates iWork Apps to 1.7 – Inching Closer to Parity with Desktop

On December 5, 2012, in IPhone App Reviews, by admin

Apple Updates iWork Apps to 1.7 – Inching Closer to Parity with Desktop Posted by Jeff Scott on December 4th, 2012 [ permalink ] Universal App – Designed for iPhone and iPad Apple today released updates to version 1.7 for Pages, Numbers, and Keynote for iOS. These updates bring the iOS versions even closer to [...]

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The Changes in the Collaboration Policy of Apple

On December 3, 2012, in IPhone App Reviews, by admin

The well known and very famous company in the telecommunication market, that is, the Apple. Inc has announced some recent changes in their administrative and functioning policies. These alterations have been made keeping in mind the company’s collaboration between various departments within the company. The Apple Inc. has been progressing amazingly in recent years, proving [...]

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Mountain Lion OS Initiated by Apple

On November 19, 2012, in IPhone App Reviews, by admin

The major and notable launch by Apple is the OS * mountain lion of 10.8 version. It is an operating system for desktops designed by a company. These desktops are named as Macintosh, popularly called as Macs. The recent version of this server system has been launched in July, 2012. It has been reinvented with [...]

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Some Reviews for iPhone5 by Apple

On November 19, 2012, in IPhone App Reviews, by admin

The recently launched product by Apple have created a lot of buzz in the telecommunication market. People were awaiting the release of this phone, especially after the disappointment caused by iPhone4 . The product was released in September 2012. Financially, the sale figures have created an overwhelming picture. However, for a critical analysis of this [...]

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Apple Unveils iOS 6, Our Thoughts on The Next iOS

On June 12, 2012, in IPhone App Reviews, by admin

At the Apple World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) today, CEO Tim Cook started with a quick recap of some really impressive numbers. 400 Million App Store user accounts have been created. This is the largest known retail ecosystem. By the end of the month the App Store will expand to over 150 countries and will [...]

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iPhoto Nets Apple $5M in Revenue in just 2 Weeks

On March 28, 2012, in IPhone App Reviews, by admin

According to AllThingsD, iPhoto for iOS passed the one million download mark last week. That’s quite an impressive figure, particularly when it implies Apple has earned more than five million dollars from the app in less than a two week period. Apple released the final piece of its popular iLife suite of user-friendly creative apps at the Apple Event [...]

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Why Apple Needs an iPhone 5 not an iPhone 4S

On October 2, 2011, in IPhone App Reviews, by admin

Is this the next iPhone? I hope so. (photo credit: This is my next…) Earlier this week, Apple announced their next major media event entitled “Let’s Talk About the iPhone.” Nearly 18 months after the announcement of the iPhone 4, Apple is expected to unveil the successor. The rumors this time around have been all [...]

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Apple Brings Big Fall Releases to The iBookstore

On September 12, 2011, in IPhone App Reviews, by admin

Readers, rejoice! Fall is here and Apple is celebrating the return of cold weather and variably colored foliage with a ton of pre-order books in the iBookstore, available via iTunes on the computer or through the free app download, iBooks. Here’s a quick peek at what’s on offer, as well as a few we’re looking [...]

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Did Apple Just Backdoor Their Way Into the Game Console Market? Yes.

On June 7, 2011, in IPhone App Reviews, by admin

In one of the smaller announcements today, Apple announced that iOS 5 on the iPad 2 will support a feature called AirPlay mirroring. This feature is something that I’ve been telling people would eventually come to the iOS world and basically backdoor Apple into the console market. If you aren’t familiar with HDMI mirroring on [...]

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