ADATA launches line of certified accessories for the iPhone, iPad, iPod and Mac — ADATA Technology has launched an Apple Series of connectibles in North America. The accessories are designed specifically for iOS and OS X devices, including the iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Mac. The initial five products are: the Lightning card reader, i-Memory flash drive UE710, i-Memory storage expansion card, USB type-C OTG flash drive, and Lightning cables.
Famous people have app ideas, too … and sometimes they’re brilliant — From Tom Hanks to Snoop Dogg, here’s what happens when famous people make an iOS app MacWorld can’t help but love.
Apple loses exclusive rights to ‘iPhone’ trademark for non-smartphone products in China — Adding to the company’s problems in the region, Apple has lost exclusivity on the use of the “iPhone” trademark in China, and must now share it with Beijing-based leather products maker Xintong Tiandi Technology, reports said on Tuesday.
DM Martins Research: iPads are the new iPods — The iPad is the new iPod – but with an even shorter life span, according to DM Martins Research. In fact, the tablet (and tablets in general) is a fast-declining product category that “most Apple analysts and investors don’t even seem to care too much about anymore,” adds the firm.
Apple’s Tim Cook is playing a very smart game With Apple Watch — The scuttlebutt on the internet is that the Apple Watch isn’t selling very well. Add to that the voices of some people who haven’t taken a liking to the Apple Watch, and one might fall into the trap of thinking that it’s a failure. But it isn’t, and Apple’s wise choice to not reveal sales numbers and roll it out slowly is turning out to be incredibly clever. [Or at least, that’s what John Martellaro thinks.]