How Apple’s Announcements Are Influencing My Buying Decisions

The Press at Apple Park This week, Apple held its annual September keynote where a slew of new products were announced. Among them, the iPhone, an updated Apple Watch and a few surprises. Some are influencing my buying decisions in unexpected ways. Here is why I reconsider a few buying decisions. This will be the... Continue Reading →

Apple’s Keynote Day – A Few Thoughts Before The Event

Today is the day, September 10th. Apple’s new products announcements will create buzz in the industry. On the eve of the upcoming keynote, here are a few thoughts on this widely expected yearly circus. The obvious: new iPhone The iPhone will be, yet again, the center of this event, no surprise here. Speakin1. It seems... Continue Reading →

When Small Victories Were Crucial

British Airways announcing important investment in Apple’s iPhone: As part of British Airways’ £6.5bn investment for customers, the airline has announced that all of its 15,000 cabin crew will be issued with iPhone XRs to help them offer a more personalised service to the more than 45 million customers that travel with the airline every... Continue Reading →

On Vacation With iOS 13 – Using My iPhone 7

As you probably already know, I'm currently on vacation in Hawaii. As I'm writing this blog post, I'm on the big island, close to the small town of Hilo. For my photography needs I'm using my big Nikon D750 camera and my iPhone 7. But you might be interested to know when and why I... Continue Reading →

Is The iPhone Killing Apple?

Another product line from Apple: their stores A question comes to my mind often these days: is the iPhone killing Apple? Apple was "for the rest of us" and the underdog for about half of his history. Apple was marching on a fine line dividing relevancy from extinction. Apple’s energy was focused, highly concentrated on... Continue Reading →

Replacing Your iPhone

Replacing your iPhone shoudn't be a bad experience, especially after buying a new and expansive one. M. G. Siegler, writing: First: But as it turns out, restoring an iPhone does indeed still suck. While you can do everything via the cloud, there are still a whole slew of things that are no better than a... Continue Reading →

Apple Is An Ecosystem Company

Apple is no longer the iPhone company, it never was. Apple is an ecosystem company. Services are the natural extension to this. Mark Spoonauer writing for Tom's Guide: Apple has long been synonymous with the iPhone. But after 12 years that era is starting to come to an end. https://twitter.com/DetroitBORG/status/1123678876188778496?s=20 Gene Munster, a managing partner... Continue Reading →

On Apple’s Second Quarter Financial Results

Apple's second quartier financial results are in. Here is a few of my own observations. Services revenues increasing iPad sales are up 22% which shows that the iPad Pro are very appealing and selling well. Why? Because the recently relased iPad Air was too late in the quarter. Same thing for the iPad mini. I... Continue Reading →

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