New information has surfaced about the stock of Apple, which has been rising steadily over the past few months, and has picked up some mighty speed. This boost started after the company posted record opening weekend sales for the new iPhones in September, and investors responded positively to the Apple Watch, and other new products Tim Cook and Company unleashed as part of the big Fall product refresh.
OneCue aims to bring and connect your Apple TV, or other media streamers and smart home devices, while simply using hand gestures similar to other devices like the Xbox one. Which would explain why Apple last year acquired PrimeSense, the company behind Microsoft’s ‘Kinect’ technology, indicating their intent to add motion gestures to a future Apple TV.
Apple has recently hinted at their new interesting ideal, and is looking to test and develop these apps for virtual reality experiences, by hiring engineers to assist in this special effort. The traces and evidence were found by 9To5Mac, which they had found a ‘new job listing‘ that Apple posted over the weekend, seeking app engineers who are experienced with 3D graphics, and virtual synthetic reality.
While Apple has not directly advertised their new payment system ‘Apple Pay’ in any television commercials, several Apple Pay partners have done so, this includes companies like MasterCard and now Chase. The new commercial shows Jack Antonoff (lead guitarist of Fun) and his band the ‘Bleachers’ using Apple Pay around different places. This significant ad campaign was made to focused on the service, and get people to know what Apple Pay is and how it works.
Apple is planning to offer automated iAds which were leaked earlier this week, when one of their partners (Rubicon Project) had accidentally set out a press release earlier than planned. But, those plans and partners are now official which was announced on Friday, when the new automated system came out and was debuted.
A recent report had rolled around about Apple, and according to this report from prominent KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, quarter-over-quarter Apple iPhone shipments are said to increase 82% in the fourth quarter of 2014. Given Apple’s current situation, Kuo foresees a big slip in iPhone sales for the first quarter of 2015, mostly due to poor off-season demand. The analyst puts shipments at a combined 49.4 million units, this also includes 21.6 million iPhone 6 handsets and 10.2 million iPhone 6 Plus units.
Apple has recently updated their iCloud.com Photos app on November 21st, this now enables the ability to upload photos. This feature, which developers have been testing on the iCloud beta site for the past two weeks or so, now lets and allows users to upload images to iCloud Photo Library.
Recently a report has been done by CNN Money on Square, and why they announced that they are accepting support with Apple Pay. The report goes on to say “Square founder Jack Dorsey — who also famously launched Twitter told CNN that he wants to help businesses accept all forms of payments, and Apple Pay is no exception.” They also go on to say, “Apple Pay and Square have generally been viewed as competitors in the mobile payment space, but Dorsey doesn’t see it that way.”
Simply beginning on November 20th, America First Credit Union members can enjoy the benefits of a simple, safe and secure and private way to pay with their America First Credit Union Visa card with Apple Pay. In addition, customers can also use their Visa Business credit and debit cards with Apple’s mobile payment service.