The current time whenever an iPhone or iPad is featured in a commercial or print ad, is always 9:41. It an innocuous choice, but there's actually a deeper meaning behind it. The time used to read 9:42 because in 2007, Steve Jobs announced the ... Epoch Times, 1 week ago
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The latest iPhone comes with the iOS 8. The operating system is now scaled up the OS for the relatively bigger screens. It comes with plenty of refinements and new features. The notification area has become more interactive. You can reply a messages right ...Techtree, 2 weeks ago Four iPhone 6 features you probably didn't know about ABP Live, 1 week ago
(Marketingmagazine.com.my) - Steve Jobs was a man of many inventions. He was also one hell of a keynote speechmaker, some going as far as calling him a maestro, the keynote his symphony. The moment he stepped onto the dais he would own it. He ...Marketing Magazine Malaysia, 2 weeks ago
Have you ever wondered why AppleiPhones and iPads have their clocks set at precisely 9:41/42 mark in their ads? The answer may be simpler than you think. Scott Forstall, senior vice president of iPhone software reveals the answer below: We design ...T-Break Tech, 2 weeks ago Here's why iPhones and iPads are always showing 9:41 a.m. in Apple's ads Phone Arena, 2 weeks ago Here's Why The Time Is Always Set To 9:41 In Apple Ads (APPL) Silicon Alley Insider, 2 weeks ago Why the Time Is Always Set To 9:41 In Apple Ads Slashdot, 2 weeks ago
Apple Has Been Accused Of 'Intercepting' iPhone Texts In Violation Of The Federal Wiretap Act (AAPL)
BI / Stefano Pozzebon Three American consumers have filed a federal lawsuit against Apple, alleging that faults in iMessage, the iPhone's texting service, amount to wiretapping because iMessage "intercepts" and retains messages that should be ...Business Insider, 2 weeks ago Apple Has Been Accused Of Intercepting iPhone Texts In Violation Of The Federal Wiretap Act Yahoo! Malaysia, 2 weeks ago
See Also Steve Jobs did not like Android, or the guy that ran it, Andy Rubin, according to a new book on the Google-Apple smartphone wars. Jobs told friends that he thought Rubin was a "big, arrogant f**k," according to Fred Vogelstein's, . When ...Business Insider, 3 weeks ago Remembering Steve Jobs Motley Fool, 1 month ago 3 Years Later, Remembering Steve Jobs Nasdaq, 1 month ago How Tim Cook revitalised Apple Abu Dhabi National, 2 months ago
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28th October 2014 Oh Dear. Apple does seem to be accident prone. Now iPhone 6 users are reporting blue screens of death, random re-boots, multi-hundreds of apps appearing on their phones and assorted crashes. Thereve been reports of phones ...Electronic Weekly, 3 weeks ago Apple maps and 8 other times Apple got it wrong TheJournal.ie, 1 month ago Apple's IPhone Software Snafu Has Links to Flawed Maps Bloomberg, 1 month ago
It has been a busy year for Apple, although one could argue it has been more of a busy few months. The yearly updates formost of Apple's productsnow occurin September and October, and as a result we've seen the release of a number of new products ...AnandTech, 3 weeks ago
Apple’s new devices work best as part of a team. But it can be a mistake to subscribe to only one tech platform, says Farhad Manjoo. Late in 2012, when Tim Cook was relatively fresh on the job as Apple’s chief executive, he made a sudden ...Deccan Herald, 4 weeks ago
Late in 2012, when Tim Cook was relatively fresh on the job as Apple's chief executive, he made a sudden and potentially risky shuffle in the firm's executive ranks. He fired Scott Forstall, who had been in charge of Apple's mobile operating system, ...Business Standard, 1 month ago
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