Apple Has Sold 600 Million iOS Devices So Far

Apple Has Sold 600 Million iOS Devices So Far

When it comes to the smartphone and tablet arena, Apple continues to be the undisputed champion. The company may have lost to Samsung in numbers recently, but its overall performance and revenues still trump all else. At WWDC 2013, Apple has now revealed that so far, it has sold some 600 million iOS devices.

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iBooks Finally Comes To Mac Users

iBooks Finally Comes To Mac Users

Although Apple’s WWDC 2013 event was primarily focused on major announcements regarding the iOS 7 and OS X releases, the company also made other announcements which were very significant. For instance, Apple announced that it is finally bringing the popular iBooks reading app to the Mac machines.

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Apple Brings iWork To iCloud, Offers Real-Time Editing

Apple Brings iWork To iCloud, Offers Real-Time Editing

When it comes to cloud services, Apple may be trading behind its competitors. Although the company has tried to turn the tables in its favor with iCloud, that doesn’t seem to be working. Now, Apple is bringing iWork to iCloud, in a bid to make its cloud offerings somewhat more enticing.

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Apple Finally Unveils Its Music Streaming Service – iTunes Radio

Apple Finally Unveils Its Music Streaming Service – iTunes Radio

We have been hearing rumors of a possible music streaming service from Apple for some time. First it was reported that Apple was gearing up for the service and later, we were told that the company was speeding up the signing of licensing deals. Confirming these speculations, Apple has unveiled iTunes Radio.

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iOS 7 App Store Gets Automatic Updates, Location-Based Recommendations

iOS 7 App Store Gets Automatic Updates, Location-Based Recommendations

Apple’s apps marketplace, the App Store, is the top collection of best apps around the entire smartphone ecosystem. However, iOS users have been asking Apple for certain updates and features to be added to the Store. With the changes brought to iOS 7 that Apple just unveiled at WWDC 2013, the App Store has also been equipped with automatic updates and other features.

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Apple Overhauls The Looks And Theme Of iOS 7

Apple Overhauls The Looks And Theme Of iOS 7

For long, users have pined for Apple to visually update its mobile operating system, the iOS. Apple has finally heeded these demands, unveiling a major design overhaul in iOS 7 at WWDC 2013. With these changes, iOS 7 appears far more clean, easy-on-the-eyes and visually appealing.

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Apple To Bring iOS Maps, Messaging, Music In Cars

Apple To Bring iOS Maps, Messaging, Music In Cars

Apple is unveiling its upcoming products and OS features at WWDC 2013 non-stop. Besides unveiling new MacBook Air, Mac Pro and OS X Mavericks, few minutes ago Apple confirmed that it is working with a slew of car manufacturers to bring the iOS experience into cars.

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Apple’s Tim Cook Unveils iOS 7 At WWDC, Check Features

Apple’s Tim Cook Unveils iOS 7 At WWDC, Check Features

Apple has introduced iOS 7 at WWDC 2013. It will make the new version available to iPhone 4 and later, iPad 2 and later, iPad Mini, and 5th-gen iPod Touch. Check all the announced features below.

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Apple Unveils OS X Mavericks At WWDC 2013

Apple Unveils OS X Mavericks At WWDC 2013

Apple’s WWDC 2013 is running at full speed. The company is spontaneously unveiling its upcoming products and iOS features. Few minutes ago, Apple showed off its latest Mac operating system, OS X Mavericks.

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Apple Unveils Mac Pro At WWDC 2013

Apple Unveils Mac Pro At WWDC 2013

Apple’s WWDC 2013 is running on. Apple is unveiling its upcoming products and iOS features one by one. Few minutes ago, Apple unveiled new MacBook Air. And now Apple has given developers a sneak peek of an updated Mac Pro desktop PC.

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Apple Unveils New MacBook Air At WWDC 2013

Apple Unveils New MacBook Air At WWDC 2013

Apple’s WWDC 2013 has started. The company has begun unveiling its upcoming products and iOS features. Few minutes ago, Apple has unveiled new MacBook Air.

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[Rumor] iPhone 6 Will Pack 4.8-Inch Display

[Rumor] iPhone 6 Will Pack 4.8-Inch Display

Apple is yet to unveil what is being touted as ‘iPhone 5S’, the next anticipated smartphone release from the company. However, analysts are already speculating about iPhone 6, which will not arrive until late next year. According to Citi Research, iPhone 6 may pack a 4.8-inch display.

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Apple May Launch iPhone Trade-In Program Soon

Apple May Launch iPhone Trade-In Program Soon

Since 2011, iPhone users have been able to ship back their older iPhone to Apple under the ‘Reuse and Recycle’ program and get paid for it. Now, Apple is planning to launch a similar iPhone trade-in program which would allow iPhone users to trade in their smartphones at actual brick-and-mortar stores.

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Apple Expected To Launch Free iRadio Service At WWDC 2013

Apple Expected To Launch Free iRadio Service At WWDC 2013

Apple’s WWDC event is just around the corner. And many rumors have surfaced regarding the possibility of Apple launching an online radio service of its own at WWDC 2013. According to a new media report now, the service will stream music from major publishers for free.

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Amazon Was Given Ultimatum By Publishers To Give Up E-Book Pricing Rights

Amazon Was Given Ultimatum By Publishers To Give Up E-Book Pricing Rights

Justice Department’s case against Apple over alleged e-book price-fixing scandal, are still ongoing. As part of the case, an Amazon top executive, Russell Grandinetti, has testified that the e-retailer was forced by the publishers to give up control of e-book pricing.

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