Saturday, February 4, 2012

Apples Evaluation as a Market Leading Technology Company

Apple was started its journey with the hand of Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne in April 1, 1976. And by their long journey till now it presents the world many updated and newer technology. In October 5, 2011 we lost one of the co-founder of Apple “Steve Jobes”.
Apple’s First Best Sold Product iMac
iMac is the first best sold product of Apple and iMac, all in one computer, was designed by Jonathan Ive. The iMac featured modern technology and a unique design, and sold almost 800,000 units in its first five months.
Apple’s Best Release iPad
Apple introduced their much-anticipated media tablet, On January 27, 2010, the iPad running a modified version of iOS. iPad offers multi-touch interaction with multimedia formats including newspapers, magazines, ebooks, textbooks, photos, movies, TV shows videos, music, word processing documents, spreadsheets, video games, and most existing iPhone apps. iPad also includes a mobile version of Safari for web browsing, as well as access to the App Store, iTunes Library, iBooks Store, contacts, and notepad. Content is downloadable via Wi-Fi and optional 3G service or synced through the user's computer. AT&T was initially the sole US provider of 3G wireless access for the iPad.

 iPhone 4S Adventure Video

December 6, 2011
In an interview at National Geographic’s Adventure blog, director Tim Kemple of Camp 4 Collective — an outdoor video and film production company — describes using iPhone 4S to shoot a hi-def music video at the Great Salt Lake as an experiment in remote location capture. Kemple reports getting excellent video from iPhone 4S, noting that “because it’s always with you means you end up using it when you’d least expect.” The interview includes tips for stabilizing shots, optimizing for iOS 5 features, using helpful apps in extreme environments, and shooting in low light.

 New Ways to Learn with Mac at Punahou School

November 18, 2011
Students at Punahou School in Honolulu, Hawaii, are using Mac notebooks to research class assignments and show results in ways they never could before. These include songs and podcasts recorded and edited in GarageBand, digital presentations and portfolios created in Keynote, campus news videos edited in iMovie and Final Cut Pro, and even iOS apps built using Xcode. Says sixth grade teacher Sandy Chang, “The Macs in my classroom are completely indispensable.”

  Five Stars for GarageBand for iOS

November 11, 2011
In a CNET Editors’ review, Jason Parker gives the new GarageBand for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch 5 out of 5 stars, citing the app’s “uniquely designed and authentic-sounding instruments, smart touch interface, and tools that make song creation easy.” He adds: “Anyone with even a passing interest in creating music should download GarageBand for iOS. Frankly, we wish we could give it more than five stars for the virtually unlimited song possibilities, ease of use, and excellent touch-screen controls.” 

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