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Posts made in February, 2018

Apple Leak ‘Confirms’ Secret iPhone Design Changes

By on Feb 28, 2018 in Mobility Strategy | 0 comments

I’m ready to call it. Following leaks from two of the most reliable Apple tipsters, we now have a third from arguably the biggest of them all confirming Apple ’s 2018 iPhone line-up will feature its most radical changes yet…  In a new report, Bloomberg’s rightly acclaimer leaker Mark Gurman both backs up and expands upon the recent discoveries from KGI analyst...

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Mobile App Development Future with HTML5

By on Feb 28, 2018 in Mobile Design | 0 comments

Over the recent years, one major technological trend that has witnessed a major rise across the globe is the use of mobile devices. As such, the mobile app development industry is becoming quite a rage in the recent times. With the presence of a vast pool of top app developers out there, the leading mobile app development companies are looking out to design and...

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iPhone X Plus Leak Reveals Apple’s Old-Fashioned Gamble

By on Feb 27, 2018 in Mobility Strategy | 0 comments

How do you make up for an under performing smartphone that should have boosted sales on the tenth anniversary of your debut? In Apple’s case – as it reportedly cuts the number of handset sales being ordered in Q1 2018 by fifty percent – the answer appears to be the same old-fashioned gamble it made with the introduction of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus…...

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How Tiny Red Dots Took Over Your Life

By on Feb 27, 2018 in Mobile Design | 0 comments

The prototypical modern dot — stop-sign red, with numbers, round, maddening — was popularized with Mac OS X, the first version of which was released nearly 20 years ago. It was used most visibly as part of Apple’s Mail app, perched atop an icon of a blue postage stamp, in a new and now ever-present dock full of apps. It contained a number representing your unread...

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Ford adds Waze to its Sync 3 AppLink for iOS users

By on Feb 26, 2018 in Mobility Strategy | 0 comments

While some carmakers and others worry about Google’s domination in mapping and how that will play out in the auto industry, we are continuing to see announcements that point, if not to Google’s influence growing, its place in the market and how some may be testing the waters for more. Today, Ford announced that it is integrating the Waze traffic and navigation app...

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