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18 septembre 2014 4 18 /09 /septembre /2014 13:05

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SanDisk's new 512GB Extreme Pro SDXC milestone is the company's 64GB microSD card in the same product line -- the fastest microSD card currently available, boasts SanDisk, with a higher capacity for growing storage needs. With the 64GB Extreme Pro microSDXC UHS-I card comes, among other things, the ability to handle 4k video.

The new microSDXC card offers transfer speeds up to 95MB/s, and boasts UHS Speed Class 3 rating, among other things, all of which makes this a good choice for demanding users and those dabbling with 4k video capture.

SanDisk has pointed out that 4k video is no longer reserved for a select few, and so needs for cards that can handle the video has increased. The new microSDXC is a Class 10 offering, and is currently being shown off at Photokina.

The newest card is available now across the globe for $299.99 USD, and is joined by lower-capacity 16GB and 32GB cards in the same product family (starting at $79.99 USD). Be sure to hit up our SanDisk tag portal for additional news from the company.

 


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After months of leaks, rumors and speculation, Apple has today made the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus official at its special event in Cupertino, California. Announced on stage by Apple's Tim Cook, the iPhone 6 is the latest iteration in the iPhone series and for only the second time in its history it's getting bigger - twice!

"Today we are launching the biggest advancement in the history of the iPhone"

 

As rumored much before the event there are two sizes, 4.7-inch and 5.5-inches. The smaller phone has a 1334x750 resolution display while the iPhone 6 Plus has a full HD, 1920x1080 display for a ppi of 326 and 401 respectively. The iPhone 6 is 6.9mm thick while the iPhone 6 Plus goes up just slightly to 7.1mm.

Round the back the camera protrudes slightly from the body, while round front on the iPhone 6 Plus it looks like the icons are a little more spaced out. It'll come in silver, gold and black.

 

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We've been hearing rumblings about an iPhone 6 event next month for some time now, but Apple has made it official: the company's next affair will indeed be held on September 9th. While there aren't the usual clues as to what we can expect -- the invite merely states "Wish we could say more" -- the change in seasons this time of year usually signals the arrival of a new iPhone. And of course, there's been some talk of a wearable, too. 

 

As always, you can bet we'll be there to bring all the news as it happens starting at 10AM PT/1PM ET in Cupertino.

 

 

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22 août 2014 5 22 /08 /août /2014 18:13

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Apple has released the first update to the public beta that was released last month. Unlike the developer version, the public beta is not regularly updated, so this should bring quite a few changes.

The Yosemite public beta 2 is essentially the same as the developer preview 6 that was released earlier this week. It has several design changes, including new iconography throughout the UI (nothing you saw until now was finalized and things keep changing in the betas), new wallpapers, and some other bug fixes and general improvements.

Along with pushing the beta 2, Apple also released iTunes 12 for Yosemite. The new app has a redesigned UI that looks less like a flattened version of the iTunes on Mavericks and more like a new app.

 

If you are running Yosemite public beta on your Mac, you can get the updates from the Mac App Store.

 


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Even more photos of Apple's upcoming iPhone 6 are surfacing online.

Some pics of the phone's outer casing suggest that even though the device will be sporting a 4.7” display, it'll still be usable with one hand.

Steve Jobs' reluctance to pack the iPhone with a bigger screen hinged on his belief that a smartphone should be portable and easily accessed single-handledly, something that many worried about when the rumors started churning that the Cupertino-based tech company was going to super-size the 6's screen.

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Closer examination of the pictures show that the 6 could possibly have a reduced bezel size, akin to the design philosophy behind the Moto X, which, coincidentally, sports an identically sized display. The cases are also marked with “6 G”, further suggesting that these photos are the real deal.

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The iPhone 6, in addition to a larger screen that's coated in sapphire, is expected to have a beefed up processor from the iPhone 5s.

 


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2 août 2014 6 02 /08 /août /2014 03:11

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After plenty of rumours now Apple has refreshed its MacBook Pro lineup but it’s a relatively small upgrade. The 13-inch and 15-inch are more or less as rumored. This update comes less than a year than the previous one.

They are still powered by Haswell-based Intel Core processors, but with some new options. You also get 8GB RAM as standard on the 13-inch MacBook Pro and 16GB on the 15-inch model (last year it was 4GB / 8GB).

The base 13-inch model ($1,300) comes with a dual-core Intel Core i5 running at 2.6GHz (Turbo Boost to 3.1GHz). You can bump up the speed to 2.8GHz / 3.3GHz for $100 or move to a dual-core Core i7 running at 3.0GHz / 3.5GHz for $300. The upgrade from 8GB RAM to 16GB costs a whopping $200.

This base model comes with 128GB PCIe-attached SSD storage, the more expensive versions climb up to 1TB of SSD storage. The 13-inch models rely on Intel’s on-board GPU, Iris Pro, and weigh 1.57kg (3.46 pounds).

 

The 15-inch models are all powered by quad-core Intel Core i7. The base $2,000 MacBook Pro 15-inch comes with a 2.2GHz processor (up to 3.4GHz with Turbo boost). It starts you off with a 256GB PCIe-attached SSD and Intel Iris Pro graphics. The best processor available is a quad-core Core i7 at 2.8GHz / 4GHz, for $300 over the base price.

The $2,500 model switches to 512GB SSD as default and adds an NVIDIA GeForce GT750M with 2GB of GDDR5 memory. You can upgrade both 15-inch MacBook Pros to 1TB SSD, but that amount of storage will cost you.

The larger laptops weigh 2.02kg (4.46 pounds). Both 13-inch and 15-inch models measure just 1.8cm thick and come with Retina displays (2,560 x 1,600 or 2,880 x 1,800 for the 13-inch and 15-inch respectively). They have two USB 3.0 and two Thunderbolt 2 ports, an HDMI port and an SDXC card slot. They will ship with Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks (no Yosemite yet).

 


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As promissed Apple CEO Tim Cook just put months of breathless speculation to rest by pulling back the curtain on iOS 8 during the company's WWDC 2014 keynote address in San Francisco. It doesn't look like the sort of quantum leap that iOS 7 was, but Apple's head honcho assures us that it interacts in some fantastic ways with the new version of OS X and that it pairs great end user features with great developer features. Well, we'll be the judges of that. The big keynote just wrapped up -- here's what we know and what it means for you.

 

First things first. There's a lot to dig into, but you'll get iOS 8 as a free update sometime this fall for the iPhone 4s and newer, the 5th gen iPod touch, and the iPad 2 and newer. If you're a developer though, you'll be able to access the iOS 8 beta and SDK today.

 

With iOS 8, you can pull down from that notification shade and respond from right there. It's not limited to messages, either -- you'll be able to like/comment on Facebook messages or handle your calendar events.

 

Apple has introduced Mailbox-style actions to its stock Mail application, too. You can easily tag or dismiss certain missives without even having to open them up, and all it takes is a quick swipe on the contents of your inbox.

 

HEALTHKIT AND THE HEALTH APP

 

Think of HealthKit as a one-stop shop for all the health data that gets collected from all the tracking apps on your phone. Apple's teaming up with a few key partners to use that data -- Nike can provide access to your fitness and activity data, and the Mayo Clinic hopes to get actual, real-time health information from patients through HealthKit. And for you, the end user? You'll be able to keep tabs on the measurements that matter most to you by way of a (startlingly pretty) new Health app.

 

 

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Apple’s WWDC 2014 is almost upon us, will hits the stage this Monday. Even though the developer conference now seems more like a prelude rather than the big event itself, there’s a lot of excitement in the air. The question on every one’s lips is: What will Apple show us?

 

We already know Apple is planning to unveil iOS 8 and the latest OS X 10.10 but many are also contemplating if there will be an iPhone 6 announcement taking place.

 

As you might already mention the leaks have been non stop! there hasn't been anything pointing to a device unveiling or release at the Apple conference until now. But there is a video which just has been captured which appears to show the stage at the Moscone Center in San Francisco and some slides being run through the screen behind it. Those slides show the front of an iPhone 6, then the back of it and finally the sides. It appears a silver-white device with rounded edges just like on the recent iPads.

 

Could this be the real deal? Could Apple be planning the first hardware unveil at the WWDC conference since the iPhone 4?

 

The past few years, Apple has used WWDC to talk about software and to boast about its extraordinary sales figures. Hardware hasn’t had a very strong presence at the conference, ever since the iPhone stopped showing up onstage. If Apple follows the same trend this year, it’s likely we’ll see a whole lot of iOS and OS X.

 

The device in the leaked slides looks in line with recent leaks of dummies. But should the Apple iPhone 6 arrive at the WWDC it will contradict rumors of a September release.

 

Sadly we don't have any idea if Apple will break the habit, and show the real deal!? But it's only a matter of time before we know everything, and you can count on us as always to bring all the godess and everything in between happening out there. Stay tuned!

 

As a reminder! here are all the things that Apple might show us at WWDC 2014.

 

 

iOS 8: We’ve been hearing a lot about the next version of Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS 8. Most rumors agree that iOS 8 will feature a brand-new health and fitness tracking app called Healthbook. Leaked screenshots reveal a Passbook-like interface, with a number of colorful cards for keeping tabs on your vitals. Using Healthbook, you’ll be able to track your heart rate, nutrition, sleep patterns, and pretty much anything else you can think of. Nobody knows exactly where all this data will come from — third-party apps, other fitness bands, the iPhone 6, the iWatch, or all of the above?

 

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Apple will also reportedly debut split-screen, multitasking functionality for the iPad with iOS 8. The iPad has always been about simplicity, but recently, using two apps at the same time on one screen has become quite popular, thanks to Samsung and Microsoft. A new leak hints that Apple will soon follow in their footsteps and bring the iPad into the modern age of mobile tablet productivity.

 

Other small updates to iOS 8 include wireless CarPlay, a separate iTunes Radio app, possible fixes to Maps, and better Siri integration.

 

Smart Home Control: Another very interesting feature Apple might show off at WWDC this year, is its plan for an iPhone-based smart home control system. The tech giant’s plans for winning on the home automation front are very hush hush at the moment, leading many to believe that we’ll see the new feature on Monday. From what we understand, Apple’s plan is to put the controls to all your smart appliances on your iPhone, so that you can adjust the thermostat, turn on the AC, or switch off the lights remotely. It’s unclear if Wi-Fi, NFC, or iBeacon technology will be used to link all the appliances to an app on your iPhone or iPad.

 

OS X 11: OS X is also expected to get a few new apps and features this time around, but the focus will be on the OS redesign. Recent reports indicate that OS X is about to get a whole lot brighter with a design that’s more in line with iOS 7. Flat UI and bright colors, as well as several iOS 7 apps will probably make their way onto the next version of OS X. Otherwise, it doesn’t look like too much is happening with it.

Entirely possible: Beats Audio, Apple TV, and Retina MacBook

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Beats Audio: Apple just bought Beats Audio for $3 billion on Wednesday, and now everyone’s wondering what its plans are for the company’s music streaming app and iconic headphones. It’s unknown whether Apple will address its latest purchase, or simply let it lie for a while.

 

There’s a lot of speculation about Apple’s plans for the Beats Music app and how it will affect iTunes Radio. So far, it’s all just speculation, but hopefully we’ll hear more at WWDC. One thing we do know for sure, is that Jony Ive will take over for Robert Brunner as head of design on future Beats products.

 

Apple TV: Meanwhile, Apple TV has also been making headlines, with Tim Cook joking about the company’s $1 billion hobby. Although the video streaming set top box is due for an update, it’s unknown whether Apple will do so on Monday. Most reports indicate that Apple TV won’t make an appearance at WWDC, though.

 

Retina MacBook Air: Yet another piece of hardware that’s due any day now is the retina display MacBook Air. For months we’ve been hearing about this 12-inch beauty, but we haven’t seen hide nor hair of it. According to reports from manufacturers, the Retina MacBook Air should start shipping in the second half of 2014. Based on that timetable, the clock is ticking, but there’s no reason why the new Air has to arrive in June, as opposed to say, October.

 

Probably not until Fall 2014: iPhone 6, iWatch, and More

Now that we’ve gotten all the most likely and entirely possible rumors out of the way, it’s time to talk about the things we won’t see at WWDC 2014. Sadly, this list contains the most interesting new developments we expect to see from Apple in the near future. The most talked about piece of hardware on the Internet is the iPhone 6. A close runner up is the iWatch.

 

iPhone 6: The first rumors about the iPhone 6 surfaced back in 2013. At this point, we’ve seen so many concept designs, leaked images, and probable specs that we can’t even keep track of it all anymore. The general consensus is that Apple will launch two different models of the iPhone 6, including a 4.7-inch version and a 5.5-inch version. The latest word on the street says the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 will hit the market in August, while the 5.5-inch version will arrive in September. None of the estimates say anything about a June launch. We can only hope that Tim Cook gives us a teaser or something else to dream about until then.

 

iWatch: Lastly, we have the infamous iWatch. The iWatch is kind of like big foot. A lot of people think it’s real, but no one has ever actually seen it. It will supposedly be round and health-focused like all the other smartwatches out there, but since it’s from Apple, it will probably be beautiful. Supply chain sources say that the iWatch could debut in July, August, or September – in other words, not on June 2.

Still, maybe Apple has a surprise or two up its sleeve and maybe, just maybe, one of them is the iWatch.

 

 

 

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21 mai 2014 3 21 /05 /mai /2014 01:57

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According to Apple accounts, iTunes sales platform is now estimated 800 million members. This gigantic figure also allows iTunes to do well in another table, the bigger eaters bandwidth. If we refers to data Sandvine, a company specializing in the study of Internet traffic, iTunes is even one of the 10 largest consumers of bandwidth in the world, with well-marked geographical differences depending on whether if we observe what is happening in the United States or Europe.

 

Thus, on its soil, iTunes ranks 4th in terms of downward flows (downloading, streaming ), with 3.64% occupancy bandwidth, behind the 34.21 % of Netflix and 13% from Youtube, but ahead of BitTorrent, Amazon Video, or Facebook. These figures are for landlines, computers or notebooks and they are significantly different in Europe where Youtube dominates discussions with 19.27 % of the traffic, while iTunes closes the list in tenth place with "only" 2.23% .

 

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  • North American subscribers who exhibit “cord cutting” behavior (top 15th percentile of video users) are dominating network usage
    • Consuming on average 212GB a month, more than seven times the 29GB of a typical subscriber
    • Viewing the equivalent of 100 hours of video each month
    • Accounting for the majority (54%) of total monthly network traffic 
  • In United Kingdom and Ireland, Netflix is now the second largest source of traffic during the peak evening hours, accounting for over 17.8% of downstream fixed access traffic
  • Snapchat generates more traffic than any other third-party messaging app on North American mobile networks, and on one network accounted for an astonishing 12% of total traffic on New Year’s Eve
  • Twitch.TV, a live streaming service where video gamers watch each other play, has established itself among the top-15 applications on many fixed networks across the globe, and now generates more traffic than HBO GO on US networks
  • During the World Cup, live streaming of matches is predicted to account for over 40% of network traffic on some Latin Americanmobile networks

 

The presence of iTunes is also very strong in traffic from mobile, success of the iPhone and the iPad "requires" makes it so ; but in this area, the positions are reversed between Europe and the United States : in the U.S., iTunes holds the 10th place of the largest consumers of (downloading) band with 3.10% , and far from the 17.3% of Youtube, while in Europe, the music service occupies the 7th place with a substantially identical score of 3.48 % , and always behind Youtube by more than 16 %. These positions could still move in the coming years, with an even more present iTunes since Apple seems determined to follow the path of the subscription for movies and music, which also confirms the acquisition of Beats.

 

 

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The founders of Beats, Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine are about to access important roles in the Apple hierarchy, says the Wall Street Journal. Apple is about to pay Beats for $ 3.2 billion. Negotiations are completed, Apple Beats and finalize the agreement. Places that both Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine will occupy are unknown for now. It is not impossible that the two men begin to work part time for Apple. In other words, they attend conferences when necessary without being present all week at headquarters in Cupertino.

 

According to a report in the Financial Times, Apple is close to completing the acquisition of Beats Audio. The deal is said to be worth $3.2 billion and could be officially annoucned as early as next week.

 

Apple’s acquisition of Beats Audio will allegedly include both its audio streaming service and its hardware business. The latter includes the wildly popular lineup of headphones and audio speakers.

 

 

A potential purchase of Beats Audio for $3.2 billion will mark Apple’s highest profile acquisition to date. Normally, the Cupertino giant does not pursue deals of this magnitude.

 

In case the deal goes through, the Beats Audio management team will report directly to Apple’s CEO Tim Cook. Unsurprisingly, both Apple and Beats Audio refused to comment on the matter.

 

This is not the first time Beats Audio gets acquired. Back in 2011, HTC bought 50.1% of the audio brand for $300 million. The partnership between the two companies however, did not go as planned, so Beats Audio purchased back the HTC share in September last year. At the time, Beats Audio was valued at about $1 billion, thus meaning that the company more than tripled its worth in a tad over six months.

 

 

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