Ahead of the iPhone’s 10 year anniversary, Shutterstock has outlined how the iPhone has revolutionized design and photography in 10 trends shaped by the iPhone. Read more at NetImperative.
Augmented reality is one of Apple’s big new areas of focus. But how will Apple use AR, which involves using a screen to overlay digital objects onto the real world? A new report from UBS Securities offers some interesting possibilities…. Read More ›
A new report from MomentFeed argues that “over 80 percent of consumer time on mobile devices is now spent on the apps, websites and properties” of just five companies: Facebook, Google, Apple, Yelp and Bing. According to comScore, more than… Read More ›
Imagine turning to your iPhone for all your health and medical information — every doctor’s visit, lab test result, prescription and other health information, all available in a snapshot on your phone and shared with your doctor on command. Apple… Read More ›
“The role of the iPad was probably vaguer than any product Apple launched,” said Jan Dawson, chief analyst at Jackdaw Research. “It wasn’t well defined.” And Apple is still trying to figure it out. Read more at Business Insider.
Soon, Apple will introduce a new iPhone feature that will do away with that annoying — and dangerous — urge to look at a text message while you’re driving. Read more at CNN Money.
OK Google. Listen up, Alexa. Siri may soon have a say in the future of smart speakers. Read more at USA Today.
As Apple prepares to show off new features for the iPhone and other devices at its developer conference, the company is grappling with an uncomfortable issue: Many of its existing features are already too complicated for many users to figure… Read More ›
The reality is augmented reality is slowly seeping into everyday technology use by millions of Americans. It just needs an iPhone power boost. Read more at USA Today.
Apple appears to be in the very early stages of readying a 5G-capable iPhone. The company filed an application for an “experimental radio service (other than broadcast)” with the Federal Communications Commission, to conduct wireless tests in two locations. Read… Read More ›