Another alleged Apple television sighting kicks off the rumor mill again

For years, analysts have predicted the coming of an Apple television. Although their prophecies have never come to pass, newly leaked photos indicate that an Apple TV may be in the works.

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Tech Q&A: Local weather forecasts, unsend emails, print from your phone and more

The weather app shows me general conditions. I would like to know the current and predicted weather where I am located.

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New 4" iPhone predicted to drive $5.5B in sales for Apple in 2016

Article Image Apple’s refreshed 4-inch iPhone is predicted by one analyst to add 10 million units to Apple’s total handset sales this year, resulting in an additional $5.5 billion for the company in fiscal 2016.

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Samsung warns it will have a tough year in 2016

Article Image While a cadre of Apple watchers have predicted doom for the iPhone maker this year, Samsung has actually warned that it faces stronger than predicted competition this year and that it expects 2016 to be a particularly difficult business environment. That’s due in large part to fierce competition and reduced business from its number one competitor and supplier: Apple.

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CRM to Get Emotional in 2016


Temkin Group on Tuesday predicted 2016 will be the year of emotion. That’s one of 11 customer experience trends to watch for in the coming year, managing partner Bruce Temkin wrote in a blog post. “Emotion is the component of customer experience that has the largest impact on loyalty, but it is also the area where companies are least adept and often seemingly ignore.” Temkin Group examined the connection between the three elements of an experience — success, effort and emotion — and multiple loyalty factors across 20 industries.

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The search for Apple's next big thing

Article Image For years, Apple’s detractors have predicted that the company’s industry-leading profits from Macs, iPods, iPhones and iPads would erode away as cheaper products from high volume competitors–and more innovative disruptors–emerged to knock it from its profitable perch, forcing the company to constantly invent new product categories just to stay alive. But that hasn’t happened. Instead, Apple keeps increasing its profitability while also expanding into new market segments.

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How Apple's new Retina Flash — 5 years in the making — brightens up selfies on the iPhone 6s

While more than one rumor predicted that Apple would add a front-facing flash to its newest iPhone — an increasingly common feature among high-end handsets –?nobody considered that the company would do so in a way that alleviated the need to build in extra hardware, despite evidence that Apple has been exploring such a solution for years.

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German investment firm Berenberg predicts doom for Apple, sets price target of $60

Berenberg Bank believes Apple’s financial model is too reliant on the iPhone, and has predicted that the company’s shares will plummet more than 50 percent to $60 — a price target so extreme that it seems more of a statement than an actual, plausible forecast.



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Apple iPad sales slumped 18% in Q1, but Cook still sees 'bright future' for platform

As many industry analysts predicted, iPad sales saw a steep year-over-year decline for the first fiscal quarter of 2015, but CEO Tim Cook is optimistic and sees great potential in Apple’s upcoming hardware pipeline.



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Morgan Stanley ups Apple price target to $110, sees sales of up to 60M 'iWatch' units in first year

Strong customer loyalty for Apple’s iPhone is predicted by Morgan Stanley to drive a so-called “halo effect” for sales of the company’s rumored “iWatch,” prompting the investment firm on Monday to increase its price target for AAPL stock to $110.



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In 2015 tablet sales will finally surpass PCs, fulfilling Steve Jobs’ post-PC prophecy

Steve Jobs and the original iPad
Back in 2010, a few months after the iPad’s release, Steve Jobs predicted that tablets would eventually overtake PCs. Now, according to updated figures from Gartner, after five years of rather crazy tablet growth and slowly declining PC sales, 2015 will be the year that Jobs’ post-PC dream is finally realized. In 2015, Gartner predicts a total of 320 million tablet sales, versus just 316 million PC sales (desktops and laptops) — and that’s an optimistic figure, too, that presumes businesses will continue to upgrade to Windows 7, and that Windows 9 (probably due in 2015) will drive increased PC sales.

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