Attachment 53893 The official formula 1 App for iOS users has been available on the iTunes store for a while now, but only now the app optimized for the 2014 has been pushed live. It is available for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users who have iOS 6.0 as a free download, but the season pass will cost users $11.49. The season pass includes the following features: official live timing of all F1 sessions, in-corner analysis comparing drivers’ entry, apex and exit speeds, team radio transmissions, Drag Reduction System (DRS) usage indicator, race control messages, live tyre information, text and audio commentary, and other personalisation options Quote: The Official Formula 1 App is available for free download and offers leaderboard, lap times, sector classification, news stories and session commentary from Formula1.com throughout the 2014 season in a brand new interface.
Attachment 53857 When the battery on our iPhones and iPads reaches a low level, we usually get 20% and 10% battery warnings to remind us to recharge the device, but what if you’re not near your iDevice in that moment but in front of your computer or Mac? Meet iBetterCharge, a handy utility which will remind you to plug in your iPhone or iPad with warnings that will pop up as desktop notifications on your Mac or Windows system.
Attachment 53832 Apple and Samsung are rivals and partners in the same time, as they are currently involved in a number of patent battles around the world but they still collaborate on the production of hardware needed for the making of iPhones and iPads. According to Taiwanese financial newspaper Commercial Times, first reported by AFP, the next generation of Apple’s custom system on a chip for mobile devices will be manufactured by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company. Thus, if the report turns out to be true, Samsung will lose a highly lucrative deal which was bringing in quite a lot of money for the Korean company.
Attachment 53831 According to the MarketWatch publication, which compiled Euromonitor International’s findings, Apple’s market share among specialty electronics retailers – like RadioShack, BestBuy and others -, has expanded from 3.8 percent to 15 percent six years later in 2013. Apple’s market share has been steadily growing since the company released the iPhone back in 2007, and it has reached $15.6 billion last year, getting increased by $12.1 billion during this time. Journalist Andria Cheng says the following with regards to other players in the market: Quote: RadioShack’s steep fourth-quarter loss on Tuesday is raising concerns about its survival
Attachment 53830 Target, the second-largest discount retailer in the United States, will be having some trade-in deals for the purchase of an iPad Air, iPad mini with Retina Display and also for the iPhone 5c and the iPhone 5s. Customers who will trade-in a iPad 2 or a newer version are said to get at least $150 toward the purchase of a new iPad. The program starts this Sunday, and will run through next Saturday, March 15.
Is Apple trying to be more like Google? It seems that might be a possibility, at least as far as generating advertising revenue is concerned. According to a new rumor, Apple is gearing up to start adding video iAds to their iAd platform they started in 2010
Attachment 53809 Andrea Grant, a 59-year-old woman from the UK, passed away due to cancer and she left her sons Josh and Patrick as the co-executors of her will and estate. Grant wanted her estate to be equally split among her five boys.The brothers decide that the eldest son, Patrick, should receive the iPad that she was using. However, neither one of the brothers did not know the Apple ID and password needed to unlock the iPad.
Attachment 53808 According to the Australian Financial Review publication, Apple has moved almost $9 billion in untaxed profits to Ireland from its Australian operations in the past 10 years.
A few days ago, Apple has finally unveiled CarPlay , the much rumored “iOS in the Car” which transforms your iPhone into the central piece of your in-car information and entertainment purposes. But there are ingenious folks that can think of their own solutions when it comes to integrating Apple’s products inside cars.
Attachment 53774 By now, you have probably heard about the incredibly simple Flappy Bird game that has become an instant hit among mobile gamers. You might also recall that the game was pulled last month by its creator, Dong Nguyen, who said his game has become too addictive. When he removed his game, it was estimated that it was bringing him $50,000 per day from advertisements.