The interest in iPhone 5S / 5c purchases is low in the U.S. as the study by Piper Jaffray shows. People are waiting for iPhone 6 new release date and don’t wish to buy an older model right now even though Apple offers trade-in programs for a lot of consumers from across the country. Continue reading “iPhone 6 Launch News: Delays in New Smartphone Purchases” »
Now Apple has their own cloud storage – iCloud Drive. Not quite, Dropbox and Google does not Drive, but a completely native and integrated the iOS and OS X Yosemite. That’s just bad luck, so easy on mobile gadgets don’t look for this store. Continue reading “iCloud Drive on iOS 8” »
The Cupertino-based giant has decided to stop accepting iOS app refund requests from customers. It was previously possible to purchase an application or game from the official App store and later send Apple a refund request taking an advantage of this option. It is no longer possible to do so. Continue reading “iOS App Refund Policy Changes: No Refunds for Downloaded Applications / Games” »
Sprint offers its iPhone customers a new protection plan with extra security options.
U.S. users are offered the new Sprint iPhone security plan that is designed to bring smartphone security to a new level. The company promises to deliver a comprehensive solution to its customers protecting both data on your handset and your iPhone 5S or other model. Continue reading “Sprint Improves iPhone Security Plan with Extra Options” »
Would You Pay over $330K to Have Lunch with Tim Cook?
Charity auctions are popular across the world. Businesses are eager to pay a lot of money to have lunch with Tim Cook from Apple and other famous people. This year’s lunch with Apple CEO raised over $330,000. The information was obtained by AppleInsider as this side followed the auction and got a screenshot of its pricing.
The launch with Tim Cook is pretty expensive. Find out how much people are eager to pay for this charity auction.