In this era of giant media corporations swallowing one another, another major acquisition might be on the horizon. Industry analysts are predicting that an influx of Apple cash might soon lead to a flashy purchase for the tech giant; with Netflix itself painted as a prime target.
Every year Apple announces a new iPhone at a big keynote event. Sometimes it’s an incremental update, like the iPhone 6S announced last September. Other times, like this year when Apple will announce the iPhone 7, it’s a big leap forward in technology. While there have been many rumors around the upcoming iPhone 7 (including no more headphone jack and wireless charging), none will be as exciting to movie and TV fans as this news: Apple is expected to make their official foray into original programming when the iPhone 7 launches, competing with both Netflix and Amazon.
Apple unveiled two new iPhones, the 5S and the 5C, on Tuesday afternoon, in addition updates to iTunes and its mobile operating system, iOS. Here's what's new (updated with pictures from the presentation below):
Yesterday Apple showed off the latest iPad and Apple lovers went ga-ga. In fact, a new survey showed that 42% of the current iPad owners will replace that "Oh, so old iPad" they have as soon as the new one hits the stores next Friday (March 16th).
Here’s a quick rundown of the announcement.
Apple Co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs passed away earlier today at the age of 56. Jobs battled cancer in 2004, underwent a liver transplant in 2009, and just six weeks ago stepped down as CEO of Apple.