Free Press Journal
  • iWatch

    Leaked data shows Apple has 6 million watches ready to ship

    Melbourne: Leaked details about the Apple Watch have revealed that the tech giant has already ordered five to six million watches to be ready to ship when the device hits the markets in April, a report said. According to News.com.au, the revelation indicated Apple’s “ambitious plan” to quickly dominate the thriving smartwatch market.

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    Apple breaks records with iPhone 6 sales

    Los Angeles: Technology giant Apple closed 2014 with a record breaking quarter thanks to the sales of iPhone, particularly the new iPhone 6, which raised its net profit to $18.02 billion, a 37.8 percent year-on-year increase, the company said.

  • Apple Luring Shoppers With Ipad Covers That Open Automatically

    Washington  : Apple is trying to lure shoppers into its Regent Street store in London by showcasing upright iPads with smart covers that open and close automatically, without any human interaction, reports ANI.

  • Apple Faces Lawsuit Over Ios 8 Update Storage Size

    Washington : Apple has been sued for allegedly misleading users about the size of the iOS 8 update, reports ANI. According to Mashable, two individuals from Miami have been named in the class action suit filed in the United States District Court in San Francisco.

  • Apple Phones

    Apple suspends Russia sales

    LONDON: US technology giant Apple has stopped selling its products in Russia online due to volatility in the value of the rouble. The company stopped its sales after the Russian currency fell more than 20 percent this week, BBC reported. This is despite the Russian government’s decision to raise interest rates from 10.5 percent to 17 percent to contain the free fall of the currency. By Wednesday afternoon, after the government intervention,

  • Apple 1 which Jobs himself built sells for $365000     

    New York : A rare Apple-1 computer personally sold by the company’s co-founder Steve Jobs nearly 40 years ago has fetched a whopping $365,000 at an auction here. Jobs himself worked on the computer and sold it from a garage in California in July 1976 for $600. One of about 60 from Apple’s first line of machines, the computer was sold to an undisclosed buyer by Christie’s in New York. A rare Apple-1

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    Google, Apple world’s most ‘in-demand’ employers: LinkedIn

    New Delhi: Google is the world’s most sought after employer in the world, followed by Apple and Unilever in the second and third places, respectively, according to a report by professional networking site LinkedIn.

  • Apple unveils ‘world’s thinnest tablet’

    Washington : Apple Thursday unveiled its new iPad Air 2 calling it as the “world’s thinnest tablet” along with the new iPad Mini 3 while introducing a new Mac operating system. Apple CEO Tim Cook, while launching the new gadgets, called the new iPhones the fastest selling in the company’s history, reports IANS.

  • Apple recruits renowned designer Marc Newson

    New York : Apple has recruited renowned Australian designer Marc Newson, whose creations have been featured by museums such as New York’s famous MoMA, reports AFP. “Marc is without question one of the most influential designers of this generation,” Jonathan Ive, Apple’s senior vice president of design, told Vanity Fair magazine’s website. “He is extraordinarily talented.

  • Apple working on biggest-ever iPad?

    Washington : Apple is reportedly mulling an iPad with 12.5-inch display, which the company reportedly plans to begin manufacturing early next year, reports ANI.

  • Apple’s iPad loses share to Samsung in China

    Beijing: China’s best-selling tablet computer iPad saw its shipments drastically halved as Apple Inc’s Android competitors, mainly Samsung, grabbed the lucrative market.