Tap to Pay ‘Officially’ coming to Microsoft Wallet (US)

After being leaked to the point where it could even have being installed, Microsoft have finally officially announced that their Microsoft Wallet on Windows 10 Mobile will be getting ‘Tap to Pay’ Contactless Payments. Microsoft have adopted the same standard of which is being actively used and deployed worldwide using Apple Pay and Android Pay,Continue reading “Tap to Pay ‘Officially’ coming to Microsoft Wallet (US)”

Apple sends Press Invites for June 13th WWDC 2016 Keynote at 10am / 6PM UK Time

Apple today sent invites for members of the Press to attend this years Keynote event, as usual, WWDC, Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference. The keynote is set to take place Monday June 13th 2016 and begin at 10AM, which translates to 6PM UK Time, and will be able to be streamed out live on the usualContinue reading “Apple sends Press Invites for June 13th WWDC 2016 Keynote at 10am / 6PM UK Time”

Apple could finally be dropping 16GB storage option from the iPhone 7

We hear countless rumours of the iPhone 7, too many to take too seriously in most situations, from a Smart connector that may then may not be there, a headphone jack which itself may or may not be there, to rumours which are so desperate they stretch out to the iPhone after that saying all-glassContinue reading “Apple could finally be dropping 16GB storage option from the iPhone 7”

Lightning to 3.5mm headphone adapters appear, ahead of suspected iPhone 7 Launch

It’s a familiar talking point of the next iPhone, a rumour which is a constant contradiction, however the possibility is of course there, in that Apple could release a future iPhone minus it’s 3.5mm headphone jack to a very unprepared world. Such solution of using the Lightning port on the iPhone as the headphone portContinue reading “Lightning to 3.5mm headphone adapters appear, ahead of suspected iPhone 7 Launch”

Could Google really be considering using Apple’s ‘Swift’ programming language for Android?

According to growing reports, Google could be considering making Swift, Apple’s object-oriented programming language forward as a “first-class” (first choice) language for the Android platform. Such move wouldn’t be an attempt to completely replace Android’s current “first class” programming language of Java, or at least short term, but the option could come to it. TheContinue reading “Could Google really be considering using Apple’s ‘Swift’ programming language for Android?”

Barclays Bank finally joins the myriad of others to Apple Pay in the UK

When Apple Pay launched in the UK, one of the main Banks not included on that list was Barclays Bank, who was adamant the service wouldn’t take off, or be worth the consideration. One of the ironic things in regards to Barclays Bank, is that Barclays are the main parter of Apple when it comesContinue reading “Barclays Bank finally joins the myriad of others to Apple Pay in the UK”

Could Apple introduce an iPhone with a Curved “Edge” Display

If rumours are to be believed, perish the thought, Apple could be on the verge of releasing an iPhone remeniscent to Samsung’s Edge series of Smartphones, with full wrap around displays. The patent highlights a potential 5.8 inch iPhone display with an odd, but workable resolution of 1920 x 1310, the likely 230 extra pixelsContinue reading “Could Apple introduce an iPhone with a Curved “Edge” Display”

Apple iPad Pro – Possibilities and Missed Opportinities

When Apple announced the iPad Pro at their Apple Event last year, the announcement brought great surprise, however did bring some level of disappointment in how Apple approached bringing the “pro” to the iPad. Whilst Apple got a lot of things right, they definitely missed out on a lot of opportunities. From building iOS with helpContinue reading “Apple iPad Pro – Possibilities and Missed Opportinities”

Apple iPhone 6 “bricked” by ‘Error 53’ code if not repaired by Apple

Whilst it’s not incorrect, it’s something we wish to adjourn. The Guardian, as well as many others, posted a post in relation to the iPhone 6 becoming “bricked” if the Home button had being “repaired” by a non-Apple reseller or repair program after installing the latest iOS update. A lot of what was posted inContinue reading “Apple iPhone 6 “bricked” by ‘Error 53’ code if not repaired by Apple”

Could your choice of SmartWatch limit your Smartphone purchase in the future?

Whilst Android Wear has done many things in terms of the world of Smartwatches, still the Apple Watch remains the only Smartwatch really on the radar of most people. Whilst Smartwatches remain a novelty item and not a requirement, those who have purchased a SmartWatch may soon notice when it comes to purchasing their nextContinue reading “Could your choice of SmartWatch limit your Smartphone purchase in the future?”

Apple unveil new 21.5 inch Retina iMac as well as new accessories and more in latest updates!

We had a feeling it was coming, whilst Apple have been widely renowned for their 5K 27 inch iMac, their was always going to come the time when we asked, what about the 21.5 inch model, and today Apple have the answer for us. Alongside a wide variety of updates to the iMac category, AppleContinue reading “Apple unveil new 21.5 inch Retina iMac as well as new accessories and more in latest updates!”

Apple “Hey Siri” September Event 2015

“Hey Siri” was the event teaser, which ironically linked to a product which probably won’t be the one most remembered by Apple at this September event. Apple did make some very interesting announcements however in iPhone, iPad as well as TV of all things, but nothing in relation to the Mac which was a bitContinue reading “Apple “Hey Siri” September Event 2015″