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Apple reveals screen resolutions of Apple Watch displays

Apple revealed screen resolutions of its upcoming Apple Watch timepieces to software developers in the WatchKit SDK [software development kit] that was released this week as part of the iOS 8.2 SDK beta. Both 38mm and 42mm versions of the company’s smart-watches will feature retina-class displays, but with different resolutions. …

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Tim Cook: Apple Watch will need to be charged daily

Apple continues to be extremely tight-lipped about its upcoming Watch timepiece, even though the product has been formally introduced and is about three months away from mass availability. Fortunately, the company lets at least some details out. One of the key concerns about wearable electronics in general is battery life. Since …

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Apple won’t be disclosing Apple Watch sales figures

A lot of market analysts are eager to see how many Apple Watch timepieces will be sold in the first quarter of availability and onwards. In a surprising move, Apple announced it is not going to reveal exact sales numbers of its Watch devices, at least early in their lifecycle. …

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Apple CEO speaks out on iPad’s continued lack of sales growth

Apple had its quarterly earnings call last night, showing growth in the iPhone and Mac markets, the company also earned $42.1 billion in revenue and $8.5 billion in profit. However, unfortunately for Apple, while the iPads are still selling, they aren’t showing any growth, something that Tim Cook has to …

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12 Inch iPad delayed due to high iPhone 6 Plus demand

Rumors of a larger 12 Inch ‘iPad Pro’ have been circulating for some time now. However, new reports are suggesting that the larger tablet has been delayed due to unforeseen iPhone 6 Plus demand. The iPad Pro is still set to be revealed at Apple’s event on the 16th of …

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Pokemon TCG now available on iOS

Trading and collectible card games have shown impressive growth over the past few years, thanks to the expansion of Magic The Gathering on consoles and PCs, the birth of Hex and its contemporaries through crowd funding and perhaps most of all, the explosion in popularity of Blizzard’s recently released Hearthstone …

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Apple to charge thousands of dollars for premium Watch timepieces

Apple’s computers, smartphones and tablets are often considered too expensive when compared to similar devices from other manufacturers. In the world of technology, specifications, software and some other factors determine the “fair” price. With its forthcoming Watch timepieces Apple is going to enter a new market of luxury devices, where …

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Apple to unveil new iPad tablets in late October

Apple plans to announce its next-generation iPad and iPad mini media tablets at a special event in late October, a media report claims. It is interesting to note that the new iPads will be launched almost exactly one year after the current-generation tablets from Apple. The consumer electronics giant plans …

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Apple’s iWatch to feature NFC mobile payment system

Apple’s upcoming smartwatch devices will include the company’s payment system that will allow their owners to pay for goods in certain stores. The technology will significantly expand usage of the iWatch and will greatly improve buying experience. The Wall Street Journal reports that the addition of NFC tap-to-pay technology will reflects …

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Apple reveals common reasons for app rejection

One of the things people like about Apple’s app store is that it has its content curated, the company reviews every app submitted to its store to check that it meets a predetermined set of standards and now we get to see what developers tend to slip up on the …

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Tablets are ‘crashing’, PC business is ‘reviving’ – chief exec of Best Buy

In the recent years it became common for high-technology industry leaders to complain about slow PC sales and praise booming sales of tablets and smartphones. Apparently, the situation changed drastically in the recent months. After Microsoft ceased to support its Windows XP operating system, not only enterprises, but also consumers started …

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