Apple added support for ad blocking software on iPhones and iPads a few weeks ago. Brian X. Chen wrote a piece in the New York Times about testing ad blocking software on his iPhone to see if websites loaded faster and if his battery lasted longer.
Several big announcements have been made at Apple’s annual conference for software developers in San Francisco. The big one is that Apple is overhauling its music products. Apple is also releasing new versions of its software systems for iPhones, iPads and Macs. As well, and of special interest to marketers, Apple Pay will now include loyalty and rewards programs.
72% of Americans are walking around with high definition cameras and high-speed internet connections in their pockets. Is your brand photo ready? Is your brand even photo friendly? Do you still try to communicate with your audience with words? Do you think of visuals as just decoration for your copy?
comScore released their latest data reporting key trends in the U.S. smartphone sector for October 2014. While the overall market for new user adoption remains flat, the Google Android platform share appears unchanged -- even after the introduction of Apple iPhone 6 models.
Apple’s Fall season has been less-than-stellar from a social sentiment perspective, and social media channels have been lit up with everything from rants about U2 to competitor ad campaigns. This is bad news for Apple, of course, but it’s also good news: if people didn’t care, they wouldn’t bother talking about it.
The iPhone 6 has arrived. Many people queued to get their grubby mitts on one and the feedback has been generally positive, although the bendy iPhone6 Plus has raised a few eye-brows. It takes a lot to get these phones into people’s hands though – this infographic intrigued us, so we though we’d share it with you.
Twitter released an update to their mobile app that finally brings easy support for multiple Twitter accounts. For many Twitter users, this is likely not a big deal. If you're like me though, you may have a personal Twitter account and a business Twitter account, and managing both from your iPhone was a bit challenging.
We guess Scott Adams put it best when he said “It’s a wondrous human characteristic to be able to slip into and out of idiocy many times a day without noticing the change or accidentally killing innocent bystanders in the process.”