By Christian Zibreg on Jun 14, 2012
Phil Schiller, senior vice president of all marketing at Apple, talked to The Wall Street Journal yesterday about the app ecosystem, how the upcoming iOS 6 mobile operating system helps third-party developers get better exposure for their software and why Apple’s brand new app called Passbook is not meant to become a full-blown mobile payment solution… Read More
By Christian Zibreg on Jun 12, 2012
Apple really stick it to Google by supplanting Google Maps in iOS 6 with in-house mapping service, didn’t it? But more than anything, yesterday’s WWDC keynote has proven that Apple is just as merciless without Steve Jobs.
As both tech giants fight tooth and nail for mindshare, Cupertino is now adamant to go thermonuclear on everything Google, not just Maps.
The iPhone maker demonstrated its incredible agility and willingness to fight Google on multiple dimensions yesterday. To that extent, iOS 6 could be viewed as the biggest step yet in the de-Googlification of iOS.
Here’s why… Read More
By Cody Lee on Jun 11, 2012
In line with previous rumors, Apple has just announced a new application called Passbook. The tagline of the app is “The simplest way to get all your passes in one place.”
Passbook will organize all of your gift cards, tickets and other passes for you, allowing you to pull them up and use them at a moments notice… Read More