Tim Cook Talks Steve Jobs, iPhone 6, Apple Watch and more With Businessweek
Businessweek have just published a new interview with Tim Cook and it’s very interesting. Tim explains that Steve Job’s office remains his office, the room is untouched, not that it’s a shrine but a place that ‘Cook sensed no one could or should ever fill’. “It felt right to leave it as it is,” he says. “That’s Steve’s office.” This interview is packed with interesting snippets of Apple corporate information, one that we’re sure you’ll love to read, go here to do so.
An Autographed 4th Gen iPod Shuffle, Signed By Steve Jobs, For Sale On Ebay
Well even the biggest Appleophile is going to have to be deeply serious to purchase this iPod Shuffle. Currently now on at $10,300.00 with 5 days still to go before bidding ends. You’re going to want to know the story behind this one, here it is: The owner of the Shuffle was invited to attend an Apple event, in conjunction with the ‘innovators of tomorrow’ program, when he decided to pluck up courage and ask Steve Jobs for his signature. Apparently, he said, “I hear you’re not really one to give autographs, but I just gotta ask…. will you sign my iPod? It’s fine if you don’t want to. I’m…
Gone But Never Forgotten – Steve Jobs – 1955-2011
A very sad day, Steve Jobs lost his huge battle with pancreatic cancer yesterday and passed away peacefully with his family by his side. We all knew it was coming, but it’s still so shocking and upsetting. Quote from Apple.com site: "Apple has lost a visionary and creative genius, and the world has lost an amazing human being. Those of us who have been fortunate enough to know and work with Steve have lost a dear friend and an inspiring mentor. Steve leaves behind a company that only he could have built, and his spirit with forever be the foundation of Apple".
Apple’s Forgotten Founder Pens Autobiography
Best known as the third forgotten founder of the Apple Computer Company, Ronald G. Wayne has written an autobiography that is now available at booksellers everywhere. Ron was instrumental in the creation of the formation of the company, but walked away from the tech start-up just weeks after it was established. "Adventures of an Apple Founder" offers insight into the experiences that informed his decision to participate, as well as to leave a short time later. It is widely known that in the late 1970s Steve Jobs & Steve Wozniak founded Apple Computer in a garage in Northern California. What is less known is that Apple was founded twice,…
Exclusive Interview With A+ Signature App Development Team
A+ Signature is a multi-usage photo annotation app for iPad, iPhone and iPod which allows you to make your marks on any photograph: Add a signature, a simple watermark or create a fun photo-card. Annotate pictures of friends reunions, family parties, weddings, classmates or meetings. Add any autograph to your photos. This is a very popular app and rightly so, we are currently evaluating this app and the review will be published soon but first we wanted to find out more from the developers to try to gain a greater understanding and background to this app. Read our exclusive interview, we’re sure you’ll love it. If you would like to…
iQuit – Good News For Sony, Nokia And Samsung
With the latest news that Steve Jobs has resigned as CEO of Apple going viral around the web, it has had a negative effect on Apple’s share price, currently sporting a 5% drop. Meanwhile, according to Bloomberg, Sony, Nokia and Samsung were among Apple rivals whose shares advanced during Asian and European trading amid speculation Job’s withdrawal may increase their ability to compete in products ranging from smartphones to tablet computers. Bloomberg report, “It’s going to give competitors a bit more of a lease of life to go out and compete harder,” said Richard Windsor, global technology analyst at Nomura International Plc. “It’s been thought about, talked about endlessly for…
Photobucket Joins Twitter To Offer Photo Integration
Twitter announced earlier today that their users will soon be able to attach pictures directly to tweets and that this capability will be coming soon to its official mobile apps and Twitter.com. Twitter is partnering with Photobucket, an image hosting company that was founded in 2003, to host users’ photos. Currently, Twitter users rely on a 3rd-party image hosting service, like Posterous, TwitPic, yfrog and others, to save tweeted pictures and video. Twitter also announced a revamped search feature for the micro-blogging service that is promised to provide more relevant search results plus related photos and videos. Twitter’s announcement today comes on the heels of a report by Techcrunch…
iPad And Thunderbolt Support Coming To Apple’s Final Cut Pro Update
Apple is expected to announce the new Final Cut Pro update tomorrow, April 12 and the excitment and rumors are building up consdierably. The latest and one of the most interesting to emerge comes from Mark Raudonis, Head of Post Production at Bunim/Murray Productions, who was given an advance look at the anticipated software update. Raudonis’s comments were collected by FilmMaker Magazine, and were discovered by MacRumors. Speaking at the PreNAB Editors’ Lounge 2011, Raudonis recalled a famous quote from hockey legend Wayne Gretzky, in which he said he would "skate to where the puck will be" — a comment also cited in the past by Apple Chief Executive Steve…
Return Of The Woz?
Steve Wozniak Segway and Apple extraordinaire was interviewed by Reuters in Brighton, England this week. Wozniak was attending the SQLbits conference to present awards to winners as his position as Chief Scientist for storage company Fusion-io affords. He was quoted as saying ‘I’d consider it, yeah’, when asked if he would consider returning to an active role within Apple if asked, according to AppleInsider. "There’s just an awful lot I know about Apple products and competing products that has some relevance, some meaning," he went on to say. "My thinking is that Apple could be more open and not lose sales," said Wozniak, while adding, "I’m sure they’re making the…
Tesco Mobile Reports Android Outselling iPhone
Tesco Mobile, one of the UK’s leading networks has confirmed that their sales of Android smartphones have surpassed Apple iPhones for the first time. There has been a shift as before Christmas, Tesco Mobile witnessed Apple iPhones outselling Android smartphones by two-to-one. However, January saw a rapid increase in Android smartphone sales which resulted in like-for-like sales, and in February this year Android smartphones overtook iPhone sales on the Tesco Mobile network. Tesco Mobile attributes the rise of Android smartphones to affordability, fueled by Tesco Mobile’s wide range of competitive deals on Android handsets. Perhaps also, customers are waiting for the iPhone 5 to hit the shelves and will…