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Tom Hain AKA Mr Macintosh, has been supporting Apple Macintosh clients in the Byron Shire for the last 16 years.
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Well finally it's here, after weeks of the drip feed rumours. So what's the big deal with this one? Just another number in the line?
For the first time Apple have had to listen to what the buying public want and have changed their tactics accordingly. The consumers want…
Apple moves it's design up a gear. Possibly this signals the company moving into 'lifestyle' products other than computers and i-devices.
Better design has always been what sets them apart from the other tech companies like Samsung and HTC. Obviously they can't sit on their laurels for too long.…
Recently I had a client with a Mac and an HTC smart phone, trying to connect the two and not succeeding. She was most annoyed and claimed she had bought the HTC because she didn't like Apple 'forcing her to buy their products to be compatible'. She loved her MacBook…
Older iPhones are being sold into developing countries, like India, rather than the latest models. Makes a lot of sense because we all know that older models were just fine!
As someone in the story says "You flaunt an iPhone, but you don't flaunt an Android,"!! Apple's models are seen…
The run in to the new iPhones has begun. Rumour, speculation and wish lists...they will for sure have bigger screens because there is a lot of data that says that 40-50% of Android users would switch to an iPhone if the screen was bigger. Plus the usual faster, thinner lighter better....
Getting there...slowly. It has been consumer pressure that has caused Apple to be a leader in using renewable energy in it's data centres.
Keep the pressure up guys! They are still a huge company who's excuse is that they have to be mindful of their shareholder's profits. But this shows that consumer pressure can have a big influence.
People keep coming up with brilliant apps, and they aren't games!
When Belle Gibson was told she only had a few months to live it spurred to set up a business to help others in a similar situation. She created The Whole Pantry which has been such a success that it has spawned many immitators and now is undergoing a rewrite.