The most worrying aspect of Apple’s thriving business at the moment is the iPad, which has suffered sales declines for the last six quarters. However, the device is merely following an overall market trend that has saw sales of tablets decline on the whole for the same amount of time. Yes, Cupertino’s slate is declining rapidly, but then it has further to fall and is still comfortably the best-selling tablet on the market. Read More »
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The consensus is that the Apple Watch is a good products, but it is so reliant on the iPhone that it is hard to see it as a standalone item.
Bloomberg summed this up nicely, suggesting that the Apple Watch is merely an extension of the company's flagship handset.
Re/Code points out that this reliance on the iPhone will mean that the Apple Watch will no appeal to everyone, even if they are rocking the smartphone.
The Verge followed the general trend, calling the Apple Watch the best smartwatch on the market, but used the review to point out that the wrist wearable is still nascent and in fact it is hard to see the real purpose of any smartwatch.
The New York Time also praised the product while saying the device has a steep learning curve, something that is not like Apple.
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If you own a 16GB iOS device you should be prepared for many frustrating times ahead, times where you will be juggling apps to find space. That’s because Apple has just increased the allotted size for developers to work with. Since the App Store made its debut in 2008, apps have been limited to 2GB in size, but Cupertino has now doubled that, giving developers 4GB to play with.
The file size limit for downloads over cellular connection still sits at 100MB, which seems very low these days with many apps higher than that. Apple says the increase to 4GB for Wi-Fi downloads means developers can use “more media in your submission and provide a more complete, rich user experience upon installation”.