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As you probably know, the guys from Cupertino have recently started a new iPhone ad campaign. The main idea of this campaign sounds like “If it’s not an iPhone, it’s not an iPhone”. Apple has already shown us two commercials shot for the new campaign, namely, “Loved” and “Hardware & Software”. Both short videos are available at link.
Now the time has come for a new ad. It is called “Amazing Apps” and as you might have guessed, it tells us about the applications developed for the iPhone and the place where these applications are stored - the App Store. The commercial is available below and on Apple’s official YouTube channel.
Hi there! It is Sunday today, which means it’s high time for me to tell you about the most interesting posts of the past seven days. If you have time and wish, you can take a look at them below.
According to the latest report from usually-reliable DigiTimes reporters, Apple partners, Samsung and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, have recently started the mass production of the A-series chips for the upcoming iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, which are expected to be officially released as soon as in September. In addition to the processors, TSMC will also supply Apple with fingerprint sensors and audio chips for the next-generation handsets, sources claim. The start of mass production of one of the most important iPhone component indicates that Apple plans to release new devices this fall, in accordance with the usual release schedule. It should be noted, however, that TSMC is currently not working at full capacity.
Apple Music service works great, however there are numerous disabled albums with E label. Let's find out what's going on and how to enable these albums.
For example new Muse album Drones is anavailable. Metallica great albums Garage Inc, Load, Reload are closed as well. My first guess was that Apple did not negotiate with album owners. The right answer is that some albums (many rock ones) have Explicit raiting, so they are disabled by default. You can change that easily. Here's how:
1. Go to Settings - General - Restrictions - Enable Restrictions. If this is your first time there create a password, or enter previously entered password.
2. Choose Allowed Content and then Music & Podcasts. Enable Explicit content switch.
3. You're done, now all albums are available. You might need to close Music app and run it again. Have fun listening.
According to the latest report from Canaccord Genuity, Apple takes 92% of the entire smartphone market profits with only 20% share of smartphone sales. As noted by the analysts, back in 2007, when the guys from Cupertino introduced the iPhone, two-thirds of the smartphone market profits were taken by Nokia. In 2012, the profits of Apple and Samsung were nearly equal, however, since that time, the situation has changed and now we see that Apple is far more successful that its South Korean rival.
According to the latest report from DigiTimes reporters, Apple will officially unveil the long-awaited iPad with a larger screen in November. The device will reportedly feature a 12.9-inch display and stereo speakers. It may also get a screen resolution of 2732×2048 and iOS 9 as an operating system.
It is Sunday today, which means it is time for me to tell you about the most interesting posts of the past seven days. If you are ready to take a look at the articles about Apple and its products, let’s start.
According to the latest report from people familiar with the matter, Apple supplier Pegatron has recently begun hiring workers for the assembly of the next-generation iPhone. As noted by DigiTimes reporters, the supplier plans to hire as many as 40.000 employees. They will be engaged in the production of the upcoming iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, which are expected to be released this September. The work on the smartphones has already begun as several iPhone parts including the logic board with a number of updated chips and the casing of the would-be handset have appeared on the Internet not long ago.
As you probably know, Apple has recently released iOS 8.4 with a brand new Apple Music app and a bunch of other improvements and bug fixes. Within just several hours, both Taig team and PP released tools for jailbreak of this version of Apple’s mobile operating system.
While the release of such utility by Taig team looks quite obvious as the hackers have been working on it for a long period of time, it appears that PP has simply stolen the Taig jailbreak. According to the latest screenshots showing the vulnerabilities used in Taig and PP tools for iOS 8.4 jailbreak, the hackers from PP team have indeed stolen the technology developed by Taig. You can take a look at these screenshots below.
Taig team has recently updated their jailbreaking utility for iOS 8.3 to fix a number of issues that caused problems while hacking the device. If you have a jailbroken iPhone or iPad or if you plan to jailbreak your handset or tablet in the nearest future, you can take a look at this article and download TaiG 2.1.3 for iOS 8.3 from
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According to a recent performance test conducted by Tom's Guide reporters, Apple’s iPhone 6 is no longer world’s fastest smartphone. As proved by the results shown in the chart below, the device manufactured by the guys from Cupertino managed to get only the third place. The first and the second spots are occupied by Samsung Galaxy S6 and LG G4.
Samsung has recently released a new Galaxy S6 commercial mocking Apple’s iPhone. This time the South Korean tech giant focuses our attention on iPhone’s lack of wireless charging capabilities.
iPhone users are shown as people always having a power cord in their bags. Samsung shows that it’s very difficult to deal with cables and power adapters, although it’s not. The short ad is available either on our website, or on Samsung’s official YouTube channel. You can take a look right now.
According to the latest report from people familiar with the matter, the guys from Cupertino will pay record labels 2 cents for each song streamed by Apple Music users during the the three-month free trial period. Initially, Apple did not plan to pay artists during the trial period, however, after some of them began to complain about such state of things, the company executives changed their plans and reconsidered the payments policy.
Software developer Nick Lee has recently shared a new interesting video showing Macintosh OS 7.5.5 running on the recently-released Apple Watch. The video, which is available below, demonstrates how many things have changed in the computer industry over the last twenty years. In case you don’t know, the version of Apple’s operating system for Macs running on the wearable device was originally released on September 27, 1996. Quite an old build, I must admit.