Tim Cook on The Second Part of His Interview with Charlie Rose: “Do Not Try to Collect Data from Our Users”

After the Keynote on Tuesday, exactly one week ago today, Tim Cook has been preparing the ground with a series of interviews. Apple has just created a new product category within Apple and have to give face to present the product. Today we have the second part of his interview with Charlie Rose and more point goes to the privacy of the user. Continue reading “Tim Cook on The Second Part of His Interview with Charlie Rose: “Do Not Try to Collect Data from Our Users””

ICloud Drive and Settings Already Available in Beta ICloud.Com

Apple has updated the beta version of iCloud.com (our site) with two new icons: iCloud Drive & settings, providing access to the files and folders stored on this new service of storage in the cloud presented during the WWDC June 2014, and giving more visibility to iCloud and configuration devices accessing our account. Continue reading “ICloud Drive and Settings Already Available in Beta ICloud.Com”

Apple and U2 Will Continue Working to Change The Way We Listen to Music

The famous iPod “U2 edition” and the funny story that took place behind the scenes with Jonathan Ive negotiating with bond between a few pints of Irish beer. Now we have the receipt of bonus to Tim Cook on stage as “Guru of the Hardware and the Software” Continue reading “Apple and U2 Will Continue Working to Change The Way We Listen to Music”

Apple Could Acquire The Network Social Path

Path It is a social network that gave much to talk about in past years. It was a new concept of community where each user could only have 150 friends and they communicated among them through an application giving many turns to existing in design and usability issues. Unfortunately, serious failures and bad advertising strategy made that Path were about to disappear. But these bad times could be far behind because Apple could buy Path If the rumors are confirmed. Continue reading “Apple Could Acquire The Network Social Path”

The Ambitious Venture of Apple Pay Mobile Payments [Updated]

Apple yesterday introduced three new products, new models of iPhone 6, Apple Watch and Apple Pay. While the first two represent new hardware, in the case of Apple Pay Wissler is a mobile payment service. To convince us the benefits of his proposal, Tim Cook threw only a few numbers to the stage.

The first of them is occurring every day more than 12,000 million dollars in transactions between debit and credit in the United States, in a total of 200 million daily transactions. If we do accounts they leave us $60 each. The volume of money that moves electronically does any company that has tried to solve the puzzle of mobile payments to want a piece of the pie. Although a tiny percentage of the transactions, it would be very appetising money flowing.  Continue reading “The Ambitious Venture of Apple Pay Mobile Payments [Updated]”

Apple Watch Will Have an App Store and SDK Own Thanks to Watch Kit

We already know what is the Apple Watch, the bet wearable of the company directed by Tim Cook. Also wanted to devote a few minutes to a fundamental part of any platform: developers. Apple has not disappointed and we know that the Apple Watch will feature a Own an SDK and App Store. Continue reading “Apple Watch Will Have an App Store and SDK Own Thanks to Watch Kit”

Apple Pay Versus Google Wallet and The Future of Implementation of NFC Technology in Our Country

What is Apple Pay?, and what is Google Wallet? These two questions sure many know the answer and know more or less general features of both platforms. Both arrive to provide us the future, make easier our card payments and that the two large offer solutions is good for us as users.

But what many ask you insurance When will see as normal micropayments through mobile phones. And we can say that it will be before what we imagine. We are on a ground that is paying from 2011 and at the Mobile World Congress, which takes place at the beginning of every year in Barcelona already many bases were laid for final deployment. Continue reading “Apple Pay Versus Google Wallet and The Future of Implementation of NFC Technology in Our Country”

6 Videos of Apple Watch, The IPhone and The IPhone 6 Plus

Apple has posted on his YouTube channel all the videos shown during the presentation of the iPhone 6, 6 Plus iPhone and Apple Watch, which also includes a new video half way between a declaration of principles and an ode to those who think differently (his words, not the mine) like last year and the announcement of U2 on the occasion of the launch of his new album exclusively for iTunes users.

If you have had so many problems like us to follow the presentation live and you want to go directly to the grain to give a visual review of Apple’s latest innovations, you’re in luck. In contrast to the Apple website, YouTube is fine as a Swiss watch. Continue reading “6 Videos of Apple Watch, The IPhone and The IPhone 6 Plus”

Will Sapphire Screen Increase The Price End of The IPhone? Its Cost If That Thing Will Make

We are at a turning point that will be revealed completely the next nine September (presumably). Apple moves over the last year they are running that Sapphire Crystal will be a very important component for the Cupertino company.

Until now, we knew that the Sapphire Crystal was used to protect the sensor of the camera of the iPhone and the iPad. And also the sensor for the 5s iPhone Touch ID. But it seems that Apple wants to increase the hardness of the next iPhone screen. What it would mean this? Continue reading “Will Sapphire Screen Increase The Price End of The IPhone? Its Cost If That Thing Will Make”

We Already Have The First Official Confirmation of The Two Upcoming IPhone Models Thanks to The… Government of Thailand

Well, if anyone in the room had any doubts about the possible emergence of two models of iPhone with different screen sizes, We just see how to dissipate any hint of it. And no, it has not been any top-secret filtration at the risk of the safety of the filter… It was simply a statement of the Government of Thailand. Continue reading “We Already Have The First Official Confirmation of The Two Upcoming IPhone Models Thanks to The… Government of Thailand”

Apple Launches ITunes Pass to Recharge Balance Using Passbook… But Only in Japan

Apple has launched a new way to load balance in our user, called accounts iTunes Pass, Although it has done so exclusively in the Japanese Apple Store. Thanks to him, customers can use the Passbook application on your iPhone and iPod touch to get balance without having to buy gift cards and enter long alphanumeric codes. Continue reading “Apple Launches ITunes Pass to Recharge Balance Using Passbook… But Only in Japan”