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Your favorite apps reimagined for Apple Watch

Wondering what popular iOS apps will look like on Apple Watch? Well, digital agency Huge has decided to mock up several of the world’s favorite apps for the small screen taking into account the both the new interaction possibilities and limitations the device presents: The Apple Watch is not like existing interfaces. Its potential lies in its limitations:…

App Store developers open up about sales numbers for popular apps Monument Valley, Crossy Road and Overcast

A number of popular App Store developers have opened up about sales numbers for 2014, each showing how different business models can succeed in there App Store. It’s always interesting to get a glimpse into the business side of app development and usually pretty rare because no one really likes to talk about money. The devs behind two quality and hugely…

Would you buy a new 4-inch iPhone?

It’s one of the 12 months of the year, meaning that Apple rumors can and will happen. During December, rumors started to circulate that Apple might be reintroducing the 4-inch iPhone. With Apple having just introduced two new iPhone sizes, it may seem like a backwards move to head back to the smaller size. After all, most smartphones are sporting larger…

iBooks gaining 1M users per week since becoming stock iOS app

At today’s Digital Book World Conference, Apple’s Director of the iBooks Store Keith Moerer made an appearance and gave a few details about how well Apple’s iBooks Store is doing. He stated that Apple has been adding approximately 1 million new iBooks users every week over the past few months. The growth in users stems from the fact that Apple began…

Rumor: iPhone 6s to feature 2GB RAM

Apple has opted out of the smartphone spec-sheet battle for the most part with its iPhone models. While other manufacturers have boasted, 2GB, 3GB and even 4GB of RAM in their phones, Apple has stuck with with 1GB ever since the iPhone 5 debuted in 2012 all the way to the current-generation iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. According to a report by Taiwan’s Tech…

Apple suing Ericsson over LTE patents

Apple is suing Ericsson after failing to reach an agreement regarding the pricing of LTE wireless-technology patents used by iPhone and iPad make and owned by Ericsson, reports Reuters. Apple is alleging that the Swedish company is demanding excessive royalties and has asked a federal court in California to rule that Ericsson’s patents aren’t…