If there’s one aspect of Jobs’ approach to Apple’s PR that Tim Cook appears to have adopted, it’s the ability to make a statement … while not saying much at all.
In an exclusive published over the weekend, Mac4Ever reported that sales of the Apple Watch at the company’s own pop-up shop in France’s high-end Galeries Lafayette department store, have slowed – causing the Cupertino firm to rethink its overall strategy when it comes to dedicated outlets.
Engadget ran a rather interesting article on those Podesta emails recently leaked to Wikileaks.
Although not yet confirmed by the company itself, fairly reliable source Re/code reports tonight that Apple could be planning to introduce the next in its line of desktop and portable Macs – on the morning of Oct 27.
Publicly sharing a phone call that he’d recorded whilst in contact with the Cupertino company, on Monday – Kapeli’s developer Bogdan this week put an end to the controversial story that had taken up the Apple wire for most of last week, by announcing that Dash would not return to the App Store “anytime soon.”
Starting this week those in the U.S who may have have been looking to get their hands on the company’s latest smartphone upgrades, can do so on a SIM-free basis – meaning that choosing which carrier you wish to use with either the iPhone 7, or 7 Plus, when purchasing the device directly from Apple Online is now (finally) possible.