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The company from Cupertino on Thursday released the fifth OS X 10.9.2 Mavericks beta to developers for testing purposes. Over the past few weeks, Apple has seeded several OS X betas, which means that the final version is nearly ready and the public release will take place soon.
Apple has heated the rumors about iWatch by posting a employment advertisement seeking a 'User Studies Exercise Physiologist' to design and run user studies related to cardiovascular fitness & energy expenditure.
Apple presents a new video called 'On the Runway With iPhone 5s'. This time Cupertino company boasts the possibilities of iPhone 5s camera by filming the Burberry's September 16th runway show held in London. Apple has already had some dealing with the fashion company. In October Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts was hired to work as Senior Vice President of Retail and Online Stores in Apple.
It is the second video showed by Apple to feature the possibilities of iPhone 5s camera. The Mac 30-anniversary video was also filmed with the new iPhone.
You can enjoy the Burberry runaway video right here.
A research firm Canalys has published a report which states that in Q4 2013 Apple remains the market leader of the combined PC and tablet market in shipments. Apple occupies 19.5% of the market by shipping 30.9 million Mac and iPad units. Lenovo is the market follower with 11.8% share. It has increased the result by 25.5% and jumped over HP to become second best.
Before joining Apple, Raymann served as a senior scientist at Philips Research working as a lead on various sleep related research projects. He founded the Philips Sleep Experience Laboratory, a non-clinical sleep research facility, and also lead projects researching various aspects of sleep and activity monitoring through the Philips’ Consumer Lifestyle Sleep Research Program and the company’s Brain, Body, and Behavior group. Raymann’s research covers many projects related to monitoring and modulating sleep patterns through non-medical means.
According to the recent report from The Economic Times, Apple has resumed the production of its discontinued iPhone 4. The company from Cupertino plans to sell these handsets in the developing markets i.e. in India, Indonesia, Brazil and probably some other countries.
Following today’s rumor claiming that the would-be iPhone 6 will get an 8 megapixel camera, another report from Chinese website IT168 indicates that Apple’s next generation handset will be equipped with at least 10MP sensor with an aperture of f/1.8 and and new lenses.
Capturing the essence of the moment and it being truthful as seen through the prism of this device is really rather lovely.
Its biggest anniversary project was one done in secret. The company spent the actual day of the anniversary — January 24 — making a short movie. Filmed in 10 countries on five continents (over 36 hours, given the time differences), the movie focuses on all of the things people are doing with Apple products. It was filmed entirely on iPhones and edited over the past week — on Macs of course …
Tim Cook is currently in the United Arab Emirates. Yesterday he was spotted posing for photos at Virgin Megastore at the Al Wahdi Mall in Abu Dhabi and today, people say, he visited Dubai Mall.
It’s Sunday again. Like every Sunday, I’d like to share with some of the most important and interesting stories of the last week. Many worth mentioning events took place, so if you think you missed something, don’t waste your time and take a look at our top posts.
According to IHS analyst Rhoda Alexander, the company from Cupertino won’t release an iPad with a 12.9-inch display in the third quarter, as was reported earlier. With reference to the supply chain sources, she claims that Apple is currently testing larger screens, however, not in the quantities required for the Q3 2014 launch.
The company from Cupertino is again the leader of the U.S. smartphone market, CIRP reports. Back in Q3 2013, Samsung was a leader with 38% share and Apple was falling behind with 34%. As we can see now, thanks to the new iPhone 5s and iPhone 5C releases, the guys from Cupertino managed to regain leadership. Take a look at the picture below.
Apple on Thursday seeded the fourth OS X Mavericks 10.9.2 beta to developers. What is interesting is that this release comes just a week after the third OS X beta. Looks like the guys from Cupertino plan to finalize the new version of the operating system for Macs as soon as possible. Well, that good, I guess.
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