4 iPhone Tricks for the Hearing and Vision Impaired

Apple’s accessibility options for iOS devices make using the iPhone and iPad easier for people with hearing and vision disabilities, and impaired physical and motor skills.
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Review: iCloud ‘just works’ for songs, so far

photo Syncing music from your iPhone or iPad across computers has got to be one of the least enjoyable experiences in Apple’s computing ecosystem. The advent of iCloud was meant to lift the headaches of this cord-reliant process into the upper atmosphere and usher in what the late Apple guru Steve Jobs called the post-PC world.

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BERNSTEIN: Apple Is Going To Be A Single-Digit Growth Company In 2015 (AAPL)

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When it rains, it pours.

Bernstein analyst Toni Sacconaghi is also cutting his price target on Apple. He’s at $750, down from $800, says Eric Savitz, who has his report.

Overall, Sacconaghi is very positive on Apple, though he warns that the company’s growth rate is going to slow to single digits in 2015.

He’s calling for sales growth to go from 22% for fiscal 2013 to 15% for fiscal 2014 to 8% for fiscal 2015.

He is not modeling in any mystery products like a TV that could boost sales.

As bad as it sounds, it’s not like investors have really been treating Apple like a growth stock lately. Its PE is at 12. So, this is kind of priced into the stock, as they say.

That’s the bad news. Let’s look at the good news from Sacconaghi.

By 2015, even with slow growth, Apple will have $49 billion free cash flow. The tablet market is “a rocket…an absolute juggernaut,” and if you were to spin out Apple’s iPad business alone, it would be the 11th biggest U.S. tech company with annual sales of $32 billion today.

He says that Apple has “option” value, which means there’s a potential for it to release a miracle product like a television or a cheap iPhone that would send earnings soaring and thus the stock, too.

Considering how universally bullish the world has been on Apple, reducing it to “option” value now is a bit of an insult.

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Finnish vendors had 4 of the top 10 highest-grossing iOS apps in November

AppAnnie just published its November statistics about global app sales and the results indicate that the Finnish surge in the app market continues. Supercell’s Clash of Clans and Hay Day were the top two iOS games in revenue generation during the month of November. Rovio grabbed the #7 slot with Angry Birds Star Wars and #10 with Angry Birds Star Wars HD. This is fairly fascinating, because it demonstrates that the $3 iPad version of Angry Birds is generating nearly as much revenue as the $1 iPhone version. This is the first month in which Finland spawned the most titles in the global list of the biggest iOS revenue generators. Finnish companies Rovio and Supercell had four titles in the
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iPhone 5, iPad mini users report iOS 6.0.2 is a big drain on battery life

Apple’s (AAPL) recent iOS 6.0.2 release had one major purpose: to fix Wi-Fi connection issues. But according to TidBITs and many other iPhone 5 and iPad mini users on Apple’s discussion forums, the update is draining battery life quicker than usual. According to TidBIT’s Michael Cohen and Adam C. Engst, the issue may be related to the updated devices now working harder to scan for Wi-Fi access points. It’s unclear how widespread the battery drain issue is. BGR didn’t notice any unusual battery drainage on one of our iPhone 5s running iOS 6.0.2. This also isn’t the first time Apple’s iOS devices have suffered from battery issues after a software update, and likely won’t be the last.
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Ambur iPad Point of Sale’s Marketing Manager Speaks With Community Leaders About Marketing for Restaurants in 2013

The Marketing Manager at Ambur iPad POS, Jeff Pollock, spoke with community leaders in Buffalo last week, Tuesday the 11th of December, about how restaurants should re-position their marketing strategy away from the traditional and toward more relevant, contemporary tactics.Buffalo, NY (PRWEB) December 20, 2012 On Tuesday, December 11th, the Marketing Manager at Ambur iPad POS, Jeff Pollock met with restaurant owners, general managers and many other leaders in the community to discuss the future of marketing for the foodservice industry. …
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How times have changed: Microsoft now eagerly courting Apple developers for Windows Phone 8

A decade or so ago, Apple (AAPL) was the company that had to work its tail off trying to get developers to port their Windows-based games and applications over to its desktop operating system. But with the rise of mobile computing, it seems that the tables have turned and Microsoft (MSFT) finds itself in the same place with Windows Phone 8 that Apple once did with OS X back in the days when it was still codenamed “Jaguar.” Technology Review reports that Microsoft last week invited several iOS app developers over to its Mountain View campus in an effort to persuade them to port their iPhone and iPad apps over to Windows Phone 8 and Windows RT devices. The good
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