In case you may have missed it Apple is giving away apps, books, songs and more on a daily basis right now, for their annual 12 days of gifts.
Apple has released their new holiday commercial. This isn’t really like the other Apple commercials, it has a really personal feel to it and it manages to not be blatantly obvious about what the product is or how it’s even being marketed. Read more
Apple has updated their App store search algorithm and it has had wide sweeping affects on developers. The changes appear to have happened around December 11th or 12th with developers noticing an average move in position of 40 spots, either up or down.
We are proud to announce our new tutorials section. It is an area we will be focusing a lot of attention on. We aim to produce useful videos with tips and tricks showing you how to unlock the full power of your Apple devices. Come check it out here.
In a show of solidarity, Apple has changed their homepage to reflect Nelson Mandela’s passing. Reaction is coming in from all over the world and Apple’s leader Tim Cook tweeted this out.
700 million more people will now have access to the iPhone lineup. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple signed a deal with China Mobile today.
There are more rumors about the iPad Pro/Max. This time Pad news is reporting that the 12.9 inch screen will feature a 2K or 4K display. We reported before that Apple seemed to be working on a larger version of the iPad, possibly for the professional market.
Apple has again shown support for December 1st, World AIDS Day. They have even changed the color of Apple logo at some of their flagship stores. Apple is famous for supporting the project. Steve Jobs worked with Bono to get Apple products behind the cause and available to the masses.
Every day, 900 babies are born with HIV. (RED) works with companies like Apple to fight for an AIDS‑free generation by creating (PRODUCT)RED merchandise. A percentage of gross profits from the sale of those products goes to the Global Fund to help fund AIDS programmes in Africa. Since its introduction, (PRODUCT)RED has generated more than $215 million for the Global Fund — more than $65 million from Apple alone. You can help make an impact by purchasing a (PRODUCT)RED iPod or (PRODUCT)RED accessories for iPhone and iPad.
Recently, Jony Ive worked with Marc Newson on different products not only from Apple but other manufactures to be auctioned off at a one of a kind event. Hoping to raise as much as possible for the (PRODUCT)RED cause.