So the current hot topic on the iPhone 8 is price. It is being speculated that the newest iPhone will cost over $1000 (£950 at current price Apple difference). Do you think you would pay that for the latest and greatest iPhone?
I think we all agree, Apple really need to get this right in order for us to shell out that kind of money for a Smartphone. I mean let’s put it into perspective, a top end iPad Pro is $999 (£909), a MacBook Air starts at $999 (£949), you can get an entry level iMac for $1099.00 (£1049) and a top end Mac Mini for $999 (£949). The new iPhone has to be really special.
Only time will tell, and unfortunately nowadays the released rumours towards the release of a new Apple product tend to be near to correct, so no major surprises normally which is a real shame. You never know though, maybe this will be the break through moment for Apple where they come back from what is often referred to as a lull period.
Check out Forbes report on why and how they think the iPhone 8 will be so expensive:
Credit iPhone Featured image: iPhone 8 Concept Martin Hajek
That’s right, Google Assistant comes out on top! Apple have needed to improve Siri for a long time. You are often not given the answer you need or are simply referred to a Bing search, really, what use is that!
CNBC set the following challenges for each of the assistants:
- Translate a line of English into Spanish
- Ask how long it will take to get home
- Where is the nearest petrol station
- Play a music video on YouTube
- Send a text
- Ask about a market cap
- Ask who won a sports game
- Ask how tall a bridge is
- Turn on lights
- Show pictures of a location
Are you surprised about the results? Let us know in the comments section below!
Check out CNBC’s full report here:
There is a massive security flaw in iOS 9 which can be fixed by you updating to iOS 9.3.5. It is very important that you do this as soon as possible.
For more information on the iPhone’s first remote jailbreak exploit, read The Verge’s article here:
We’re sure you’re all updating your iPhone’s and iPad’s with the latest iOS 8, but there are reports that due to space issues, some of you are having issues. Check out this helpful guide from Mashable on ways round getting your device updated without deleting apps, pictures and video.
Java for Mac OS X 10.6 Update 12 delivers improved security, reliability, and compatibility by updating Java SE 6 to 1.6.0_39.
On systems that have not already installed Java for Mac OS X 10.6 update 9 or later, this update will configure web browsers to not automatically run Java applets. Java applets may be re-enabled by clicking the region labeled “Inactive plug-in” on a web page. If no applets have been run for an extended period of time, the Java web plug-in will deactivate.
Please quit any web browsers and Java applications before installing this update.
See http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5575 for more details about this update.
See http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1222 for information about the security content of this update.
Apple has updated iTunes, and word on the street is, update now!!!
Here are the details:
Introducing the new iTunes. With a dramatically simplified player, a completely redesigned Store, and iCloud features you’ll love—this is the best iTunes yet.
• Completely Redesigned. iTunes makes it more fun to explore and enjoy your music, movies, and TV shows. You’ll love the beautiful edge-to-edge design, custom designs for each album, movie, or TV show in your library, and getting personal recommendations any time you click In the Store.
• A New Store. The iTunes Store has been completely redesigned and now features a clean look that makes it simpler than ever to see what’s hot and discover new favorites.
• Play purchases from iCloud. Your music, movie, and TV show purchases in iCloud now appear inside your library. Just sign-in with your Apple ID to see them. Double-click to play them directly from iCloud or download a copy you can sync to a device or play while offline.
• Up Next. It’s now simple to see which songs are playing next, all from a single place. Just click the Up Next icon in the center display and they’ll instantly appear. You can even reorder, add, or skip songs whenever you like.
• New MiniPlayer. You can now do a whole lot more with a lot less space. In addition to showing what’s playing, MiniPlayer now includes album art, adds Up Next, and makes it easy to search for something new to play—all from a smaller and more elegant design.
• Improved search. It’s never been easier to find what you’re looking for in iTunes. Just type in the search field and you’ll instantly see results from across your entire library. Select any result and iTunes takes you right to it.
• Playback syncing. iCloud now remembers your place in a movie or TV show for you. Whenever you play the same movie or episode from your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Apple TV, it will continue right where you left off.
For information on the security content of this update, please visit: support.apple.com/kb/HT1222