http://www.appleitis.com - Who said that the plastic model wasn’t selling? Word is that iPhone 5C sales are still strong, and Apple is on track to move tens of millions of these models of its cheaper handset. So much so that the assembling company is struggling to meet yield requirements. Sure comes as stark contrast to previous reports […]The post iPhone 5C Sales Still Strong, Expected To Grow In 2015 appeared first on Appleitis.
http://www.appleitis.com - The Apple Watch website has just received a redesign, though launch of the anticipated wearables is still a few leagues away. It is set for an early 2015 debut, sometimes in spring. That is, if Apple does not delay it. Been known to happen. In any case, the company has just given the Apple Watch […]The post Apple Watch Website Redesigned, New Documentation appeared first on Appleitis.
http://www.appleitis.com - Apple has packed in a lot of intuitive features into iOS 8, one of these being voice messaging. This brand new iPhone 6 ad demonstrates this new option, or at least tries to. Fact is that not many people are using this feature. And while the Cupertino based company has aired a bunch of new […]The post New iPhone 6 Ad Demoes The Voice Messaging Feature appeared first on Appleitis.
http://www.appleitis.com - Technology has advanced by leaps in these past few years, but when it comes to sketching nothing beats a silky pen and a crispy paper. Loose Leaf is an app that tries to emulate that experience. And remarkably, it get close. Sketching out ideas on your iPad screen or just doodling around is a pleasant […]The post App Review: Loose Leaf appeared first on Appleitis.
http://www.appleitis.com - Work on Apple’s massive new spaceship campus continues, and the company has published a new photo this week, showing how the development is coming along. The aerial photo of Campus 2 was published on Cupterino.org. Along with the image, the company has also unveiled a map to mark some of the key locations that have […]The post Apple Releases New Photo Of Spaceship Campus Site appeared first on Appleitis.
http://www.appleitis.com - Carrying on with the mantra of if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, arrives Kingdom Rush Origins HD. It is the latest title in the Kingdom Rush series, and is pretty much more of the same. But this, in this case, is a good thing. An excellent thing, even. This time around the focus on […]The post App Review: Kingdom Rush Origins HD appeared first on Appleitis.
http://www.techmalak.com - Seen by over 100 million Facebook users in its first day of release earlier this month, the Candy Crush Saga is a hit among mobile devices users on the popular social media network to say the least. King.com’s puzzle games series is one of the most popular Facebook games in a long time, with people spending all kinds of time on the game. And with 864 million Facebook users, it makes sense that King.com went all out in an advertising campaign on epic scales that saw the game being promoted everyday.But I can’t stand all the invites I’ve got from people whom I haven’t spoken to in years, on FB about the game, which countless Crush Candy ads in my news feed. I haven’t played Candy Crush, and I’m not interested in its Saga either. I’ve never got
http://www.appleitis.com - The Cupertino based technology giant has positioned the world’s most exciting shopping event with one of the most important charity drives. The (PRODUCT) RED sale is on. As part of the World AIDS Day 2014, Apple has revealed Gift Card values for eligible products that yield donations to the Global Fund. Everything from the iPhone, […]The post Apple All In For Charity With Black Friday (RED) Gift Cards appeared first on Appleitis.
http://www.appleitis.com - Foxconn Technology Group has outlined plans to spend $2.6 billion (NT$80 Billion) on a new factory in Taiwan to produced displays for Apple exclusively. The project, Bloomberg says, is expected to be completed in the next two years. Although Foxconn has been a longtime manufacturing partner for Apple, primarily handling the final assembly of its […]The post Foxconn To Set Up A Dedicated Display Plant For Apple appeared first on Appleitis.
http://www.appleitis.com - Which is to say that the Beats Music streaming service will be pushed to all iOS devices in early 2015, though it will remain a paid subscription, in case you were wondering. Apple acquired Beats not too long ago, but ever since the transaction was completed earlier this year, there has been no shortage of […]The post Apple Reportedly Plans To Bundle Beats Music Directly Into iOS appeared first on Appleitis.
http://www.appleitis.com - While Apple’s iPhone 6 continues to outsell the iPhone 6 Plus around the world, it appears that customers in Asia have a special affinity for the larger model. The phablet was outsold by the regular model by an 80:20 ratio in the first 45 days of availability. But while sales figures in Europe, North America […]The post The iPhone 6 Plus Is A Certified Hit In Asian Markets appeared first on Appleitis.
http://www.appleitis.com - The word free is not what it used to mean. More so in the mobile arena, with the app repositories like Google Play and the App Store. An overwhelming majority of Android and iOS apps are free. But most of them come with locked features. The correct technical term is freemium — in the sense […]The post Purchase Buttons For No Cost Apps In The App Store Now Read ‘Get’ appeared first on Appleitis.