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Can iOS 8.0.2 Save The Day For Apple?

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To fix up the wrongs of iOS 8.0.1, Apple has now released iOS 8.0.2. It is now very much available to users. It is designed basically to tackle issues  that affected users who downloaded iOS 8.0.1. (The latest iOS 8.0.2 includes bug fixes and improvements same as in iOS 8.0.1). An Apple representative informed that issues associated with the 8.0.1 ... Read More »

What 5 Thumbs Down Did iOS 8 Get?

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The unmatched cheer and excitement of iOS 8 unboxing is slowly melting away. With a host of not-so-useful features and annoying bugs, Apple is busy perfecting its act. iOS 8 was supposed to lead the way but it seems to be coming in the way of already peaceful ecosystems. Users are fed-up, frustrated and throwing rants, as they seem a ... Read More »

Why U2 & Apple Created Disruptive Marketing?

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In a marketing tactic gone wrong, Apple’s offering free U2’s new band album Songs of Innocence, has created quite a negative stir. Guy Oseary, the band’s manager says, ‘it is a gift from Apple.’ Though, the recent backlash is not something Apple may have anticipated. There are some who have simply loved it while some may just go ahead and ... Read More »

What You Must Know About The Battery Life of iPhone 6?

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Amidst all the celebrations, there is much speculation about the intended battery life of iPhone 6. As per a survey conducted by Toluna Quick Survey on most common, improved features they want to see in their smartphones; 66% of poll participants stated they wanted a better battery life. Participants said they are willing to go for enhanced battery life, than ... Read More »

How To Avoid iPhone App Crowding in 3 Sure-Shot Ways?

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Most Apple enthusiasts find it rather appealing to download many apps from the App Store, as possible. Shortly, only to realize not all of them can be used. This results in app-crowding – a number of unwanted apps using phone space. It is always good to once in a while review and refresh your app list. The more you keep ... Read More »

How To Smartly Sort The iPhone App Chaos?

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Do you know how many apps are running in your iPhone? Have you ever realised, that you actually, don’t get to use each one of them? Is there a better way to handle the app-chaos? Well, I would say, yes, definitely. At a time, a user can have up to 11 pages of iPhone apps, on their screen.  This means ... Read More »

What Are 5 Things To Consider Before You Grab The New iPhone 6?

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It’s a great feeling to have the most coveted iPhone 6 in your pocket. With bigger size and sharper screen, the iPhone does give a kick! Apple is strategically offering a bigger, faster, sharper and slicker iPhone. It aims to not only overtake competition but to offer its users a smarter engaging and intuitive experience. With a 64-bit Application Processor ... Read More »

Facebook & Twitter in Race for ‘Buy Button’. Who Will Win?

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With Flurry Analytics confirming that 17% of user-action is found on Facebook, followed by 11% on Twitter. Social sites have all the more reason to join the e-selling band-wagon. Imagine if you could log on to Facebook or Twitter. Find the pair of shoes you were looking for and directly purchase them, with just a single click. Wouldn’t that be ... Read More »

What Does iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus Have In-Store for Developers?

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Apple confirmed rumours of its iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus launch. With a size of 4.7 and 5.5-inches, respectively, both iPhones sport Apple’s trademark style of sleekness. Let’s take a look, at what amazing news it brings to its developers? With the iPhone 6 (4.7 inch screen and 1334 x 750 pixels) and iPhone 6+ (5.5 inch screen and ... Read More »

Has The Time of Standalone Apps Arrived?

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This is the app generation; enter into the modern technical world. With a steady increase of apps in today’s world, standalone applications are creating a niche for themselves. Standalone apps haven’t had it that easy, with criticisms being thrown their way very casually. Introducing ‘Paper’ was one of Michael Reckhow’s (product manager of Facebook) killer arrows into this territory but ... Read More »

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