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Chris Maxcer
Take Your Apple Watch Face and Love It!
04/23/15 3:04 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 904 Words

... Apple is known for fantastic product design, it's not known for customization. For instance, the first iPhone hit the world nearly eight years ago, and yet our "customizable" home screen options are limited to the organization of app icons and some wallpaper...

Chris Maxcer
The Apple Watch as Bullsh*t Filter? We Can Only Hope
04/03/15 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1169 Words

... "iPhone Killer: The Secret History of the Apple Watch," Wired's David Pierce doesn't reveal any serious secrets -- because Apple never does -- but he does illuminate the early days of the Apple Watch, centering on an interview with Kevin Lynch, Apple's...

Chris Maxcer
Whoa, Maybe Apple Really Is Serious About Enterprise IT
12/12/14 3:05 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 935 Words

The apps are the first proof point in the "unprecedented" partnership, which IBM and Apple announced this summer with few details and vague promises, such as forging Apple's "legendary user experience" with IBM's "unmatched position in enterprise computing." While those phrases seem hyperbolic,...

Chris Maxcer
Apple's 'Way Too Long' Invite Lands With a Thud
10/09/14 7:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 995 Words

This year, Apple's hint is this: "It's been way too long." That is the worst teaser I've ever heard.

What Haven't You Been Doing Lately?
Consider the phrase: It's been way too long since... what? Since we've seen...

Chris Maxcer
The One Apple Watch Thing That Really Matters
10/03/14 7:07 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1222 Words

... the cellphone, with its constantly updated and accurate clock, nearly killed the wristwatch, the Apple Watch gizmo actually will revive it. In fact, I think the attention that the Apple Watch will bring to our wrists will spark sales of traditional watches.

Chris Maxcer
The Pain of an Apple Enthusiast: When Will I Be Wowed?
08/14/14 6:24 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1042 Words

It's cleaning up its supply chain, both environmentally and through better labor practices. Apple produces the best-selling MacBook Air and MacBook Pro with Retina display, which have helped to increase its PC market share in 32 of the last 33 quarters, despite generally...

Chris Maxcer
The iPad Keyboard: When Will Apple Get Real?
08/07/14 7:13 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1316 Words

... keep wondering when Apple is going to hear the alarm and respond to the real iPad keyboard wakeup call. Apple can point to touch-based apps all it wants -- even going so far as to partner with IBM to help the company...

Chris Maxcer
Despite Apple's Aperture Fumble, the Photos for OS X End Goal Could Win It All
07/03/14 7:14 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1083 Words

... a lot riding on Apple's new Photos for Mac OS X app. At WWDC, Apple briefly showed off an early version of its upcoming Photos app, which will integrate with iCloud and the iOS 8-based Photos app with the iCloud Photo...

Chris Maxcer
The Real Reason Apple Bought Beats: Addiction
05/30/14 6:49 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1352 Words

... get the sense that a good many Apple enthusiasts are confused by its acquisition of Beats Electronics. Sure, many are nodding their heads, saying that Beats is good for Apple and makes total sense. The headphones are selling well. With 250,000 paying...

Chris Maxcer
Apple May Connect the Smart Home of Your Dreams
05/27/14 3:22 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1013 Words

... hottest tech rumor of the week already happened, and it's only Tuesday: Apple is finally breaking into home automation. That's right -- connected lights, thermostats, security systems and home appliances. And the key? the iPhones that already are carried by millions of...

Chris Maxcer
Apple's Story: Passion, Patience and Pressure
04/25/14 6:38 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1078 Words

... market-changing, life-changing innovation comes from three key elements: passion, patience and pressure. Apple is the poster child for this view of innovation. Especially now. Especially when Apple is simply selling millions of profitable iPhones and MacBooks and iPads, quarter after quarter (after...

Chris Maxcer
Apple Will Light the Wearable Tech Fire
03/21/14 6:11 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 913 Words

It's the Marketing, First and Foremost
Here's what I see happening in 2014: The Android crowd will continue to release smartwatches and wearable jewelry, making progress, but even with the impressive Moto 360, none of it will hit any sort of true tipping point of mass adoption until Apple ...

Chris Maxcer
Apple's CarPlay Gambit: Retract One Claw to Hook With Another
03/07/14 12:26 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 883 Words

... CarPlay initiative is a profoundly new tactic for Apple. Compared to its behavior in recent years, when Apple has focused intense control over every element of its product environment -- from packaging, hardware and operating systems to the submission process for...

Chris Maxcer
Amazon and Apple's 'Tough Slog' on Madison Avenue
02/21/14 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 911 Words

... and Apple just can't seem to catch a break with the advertising elite on Madison Avenue. In fact, advertising sales are a "tough slog" for both companies, mourns a feature in the latest Advertising Age . The problem? Apple and Amazon won't...

Chris Maxcer
Amid Shrinking Market Share, Apple's 2014 Challenges Loom Large
01/09/14 7:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1235 Words

... my mind, 2014 is shaping up to be Apple's wildest year in the post-Jobs era. Last year, we saw a lot of incremental innovations from Apple but no thunderous new products. Sure, the new Mac Pro is insanely small, quiet and...

Chris Maxcer
Apple, Oct. 22 and the Fading Element of Surprise
10/10/13 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 755 Words

... traditional autumn iPad announcement event is slated for Oct. 22 this year, and while we don't know exactly where the event will go down, it seems pretty clear to just about any Apple-watching newshound that Apple will announce new iPads with the...

Chris Maxcer
Apple's Shrewdly Radical iPhone Trade-In Program
09/05/13 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 743 Words

... new iPhone trade-in program has the potential to radically amp up Apple's control of its iPhone customer base and even has the potential to change how iPhones are sold. On the surface, it's just a play for customer convenience, a move...

Chris Maxcer
Watch for an Apple Sneak Attack on Living Room Gaming
06/20/13 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1374 Words

... all the cool updates Apple promised to bring the world at its Worldwide Developers Conference -- iOS 7, OS X Mavericks, a new Mac Pro -- the most tantalizing new possibility wasn't described at all: games. Gaming. An Apple-made gaming console. A...

Chris Maxcer
Apple Brings Back Sexy at WWDC
06/11/13 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1721 Words

... Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference focuses on developers who create applications and services around Apple's products, the company always reveals something new for everyday consumers, too. At this year's keynote address, Apple delivered a little love for everyone: a new flat...

Chris Maxcer
When Apple Whispers to Devs, Consumers Read Lips
06/06/13 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 857 Words

... Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off next week in San Francisco, it won't just be application developers watching. While the company speaks to business partners and professionals who use core Apple tools every day, the rest of the Apple enthusiast world...

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