BuzzFeed recently announced that Apple is in fact not making a switching tool for iOS users migrating over to Android, which was confirmed by an Apple spokesperson — Trudy Muller. This means Apple will not make a tool for folks to leave their platform, which only makes sense. Read more
In a new report by the Telegraph, it has been noted that Apple will make it easier for iPhone users to transfer their data and information over to an Android device. This concept had a lot of iOS users questioning why Apple would promote this feature? Read more
Early this year, OnePlus launched their OnePlus Two and noted that they were going to ship another flagship later in the year. Well, later in the year has arrived, and as of this writing, folks will have some days before they can get their hands on it. And, with a special deal going on, you just might get one for free. Read more
Apple recently debuted their Beats Pill+ speaker for iOS and Android devices. In addition, they also debuted the app for the speaker. The app allows users to manage and control their Beats Pill+ Bluetooth speaker for both iOS and Android devices.
That’s right, close to 30% of Android users switched to buy an iPhone during the Q4 run according to CEO Tim Cook on Tuesday. This is by far the highest ratio that Apple has recorded in a single three-month span.
HTC recently introduced their new phone called the One A9. The phone currently holds a price of $399, and sports Android Marshmallow. The company notes that the new handset was inspired by nature, but it also seems to have taken some notes from the iPhone 6s design.
Just a few days ago, Apple launched its first Android Application, “Move to iOS” as a way to help Android users move their information over to an iPhone or iPad. We first learned about the new app back in June at Apple’s official website, where they announced their plans on bringing “Move to iOS”, and Apple Music to the Playstore. Read more
After being rumored for months and then confirmed last week, Google finally announced on Monday that Android wear is now compatible for iPhones. Read more
Back in February, Android and Apple’s iPhone accounted for 52.8% and 41.7% shares, this was documented by analyst firm comScore. Microsoft’s Windows Phone dropped from 3.5% to 3% by May, while Blackberry seen a similar 0.5 percentage drop from 1.8% to 1.3%.
Telling stories has been around as a past time hobby since the start of time and has evolved ever since; from oral, to paper, to the big screen and now for your iPhone. Read more