Anticipation for the new iPhone models reflect an addictive culture.
Apple takes new iOS feature to the streets.
The Los Angeles Unified School District made a very poor financial decision when investing in this expensive Apple product.
Instead of dreading the new operating system, consumers should embrace the changes.
Let me start by saying this: Apple is not going under. Even though Apple’s stocks are nearly half what they were worth just a year ago, let’s not forget that earlier this year, Apple disclosed that it currently has $137.1 billion in cash. That’s certainly not chump change. But it’s still hard to think that […]
Students and researchers agree: millenials prefer smartphones over smart watches.
We are all aware of Apple’s flawless track record when it comes to creating new gadgets. Their web services, however, have not fared quite so well. Now, with the demise of the company’s social media experiment, Ping, Apple is finally acknowledging its own deficiencies. In choosing to integrate with preexisting social networks Facebook and Twitter […]
The iPhone 5 has officially arrived on campus. Many students have their new toys on display in classrooms and dining halls, some still with the protective plastic wrap in place. Students with the “old” iPhone 4 are debating the relative merits of the new model. But what about those students with no iPhone at all? […]
Apple has been up to a lot recently. In addition to releasing the iOS 6 update with a revamped map and a “do not disturb” option, Apple has people clawing to get the new iPhone 5, so much so that pre-orders for the iPhone 5 sold out in less than an hour of its public […]
Steve Wozniak, cofounder of Apple, prank-called the Vatican with Steve Jobs.