Providing perhaps the first real-world glimpse at the photographic capabilities of its just announced smartphones, as highlighted by Broussard, Apple CEO Tim Cook has begun the week by publicly sharing the first set of photos to be taken professionally using the -now available to pre-order- iPhone 7 Plus.
Officially the store’s most popular genre … as players eagerly await the global launch of App Store first: Super Mario Run, (alongside the public release of iOS 10, now just days away), mobile game developers everywhere are stepping it up – striving to secure prominent feature space for their wares, just in time for launch day.
As the public releases of iOS 10, watchOS 3, tvOS 10 and macOS Sierra inch ever closer, Apple sent out a new mailshot to developers – at the end of last week, calling for them to begin submitting their app updates for each of its four main app platforms.
It’s perhaps all too easy to watch one of Apple’s media presentations and be in total awe of the spectacle. The highly orchestrated magic show designed to be unquestionably consumed by the masses.
But look a little further, beyond all that ‘pizzazz’ … and you start to see a glimpse of dedication.
Rumours finally came to an end on Wednesday when Apple publicly unveiled its totally-wireless audio solution built for use with the just announced, iPhone 7.