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Tag Archives: apple

Highlights from Apple’s WWDC: Siri, Apple Music & Watch revamp

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The Worldwide Developers Conference kicked off yesterday in San Francisco, where Apple’s CEO Tim Cook walked (and talked) the crowd through his keynote. He described, platform by platform, how each has been overhauled, announcing the new iOS 10 as well as changes to Music, News and HomeKit. But here’s what really caught our attention: Siri is about to get a […]

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2015 in review according to YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and Apple

Twitter year in review 2015

This week the world’s social networks have released their picks of the biggest moments 2015. With the New Year approaching, these reviews give a great insight into how we consumed and shared media this year, and perhaps why the impression of how 2015 went down is different depending on the social network you favour. It shows trending […]

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How Apple’s social media strategy with fashion bloggers is taking aim not at the watch, but at the wrist

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Those following brand social media trends will find last night’s launch of the Apple Watch and iPhone 6 of interest, not just for the shiny gadgets that were launched, but for how Apple courted social media influencers from the fashion industry for the first time and in unprecedented numbers. As reported here in Reuters, Apple […]

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How your digital health and digital home are about to go Apple-mainstream

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Apple has announced that it will release two new major additions to its iOS software this autumn. Called HealthKit and HomeKit, they will arrive with iOS in September 2014 and will herald a new era of mainstream Digital Health and Digital Home / Internet of things control. I have been a follower of the quantified self […]

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Is Apple resurgent following iOS 7, iPhone 5s and 5c announcements?

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Three or possibly even two years ago, depending on how you look at it, Apple was unquestionably the champion of the smartphone industry.  By 2011, it had left Nokia in the dust to claim the title as the largest mobile handset by revenue in 2011. Poor Nokia never recovered and ended up being gobbled up […]

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