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Parents’ Guide To Keeping Their Kids Safe On iOS

For Apple using parents who still do not have the faintest idea, there actually are parental controls built into the iOS mobile operating system. They are called Restrictions, and generally let moms and dads protect their kid’s privacy, limit access to inappropriate content, and protect their credit card from their child(ren). 

So What Can We Expect From Apple In 2017?

In recent times, Apple never really managed to go as high as the heights it soared back in 2014 when it released the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus. In that year, it held the distinction of being the most profitable company in the planet.

US Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Samsung In Patent Dispute With Apple

The United States Supreme Court has decided in favor of Samsung in its highly publicized patent case against fierce rival Apple. With this ruling, the case has been sent back to a lower court in order to ascertain the amount of damages to be paid.

Fitness Bands Remain Better Sellers Compared To Smartwatches

It is true that wearable devices have become more popular than ever. The relatively recent release of high profile smartwatches have contributed immensely in having consumers talk or develop an increased awareness for wearables. But on closer inspection, it appears that smartwatches are not as big a hit as previously thought. The real best sellers seem to be fitness trackers. 

Projected Smartphone Sales Growth For 2016 Only At 0.6 Percent

Market research firm IDC has published its latest projections for 2016, and it appears that this year will end having accumulated smartphone shipments of around 1.45 billion units around the world. However, this volume only represents a 0.6 percent improvement over last year’s numbers, indicating a massive decrease from the 10.4 percent growth rate the global smartphone industry registered between 2014 and 2015. 


Apple Pay Partners With 24 NPOs

Apple has joined forces with 24 nonprofit organizations in order to let mobile users make full use of Apple Pay, the tech giant’s mobile operating system, in donating money to charity. Beginning this week, people can make their donations by way of Apple’s contactless mode of payment to charities that include the American Red Cross, Doctors Without Borders, Save the Children, and the World Wildlife Federation.

Apple’s Made For iPhone Program: Making Handsets More Accessible To The Hearing Impaired

When Apple officially rolled out its iOS 7 mobile operating system about three years ago, it also launched the Made for iPhone hearing aid program, which aimed to make mobile devices more accessible to users with hearing impairments. This is done in various ways, including making full use of Bluetooth technology (to stream audio) and a special protocol technology from Apple in order to better connect hearing aids to iPhones and iPads.

Farewell, Free iPhone 7 Deals

Nothing lasts forever, and that includes those free iPhone 7 special offers for mobile users who were willing to trade in their old iPhone model.

Apple Pay Can Now Be Used In Purchasing Electronic Train Tickets in New York

Over the past few months, Apple has been signing deals with various banks and retail establishments so they can provide their Apple Pay service to their customers. Today, however, it seems like Apple is ready to hit a new direction with Apple Pay as it has tapped on transportation companies to adapt the payment option. 

New JD Power Survey Ranks Apple Music As Number One Music Streaming Service

JD Power conducts a yearly survey on paid music streaming services out there, and in this year’s installment, the marketing firm has named Apple Music as the most dominant. Fresh from reaching 17 million in terms of the number of subscribers in September, Apple’s music streaming offering did really well in JD Power’s study, especially in the areas of performance, reliability, content, and ease of use.