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AppleMagazine #375

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2019: what to expect this year

2018 was a big year for Apple, with leaps forward in its MacBook, iPhone, and iPad lines. Discover what the future holds for the world’s most exciting tech firm by looking at rumored product reveals, analysts theories and shareholder expectations in a special New Year issue. AGGRESSIVE SALES STRATEGY Towards the end of the 2018 season, Apple offered up some of its biggest discounts and upfront savings in the company’s history, a clear sign that the firm was ready to up its sales strategy and adopt a different approach. Indeed, Apple has managed decades of premium pricing and a strict policy on offering no discounts, but its Black Friday sale offered more gift cards and savings than ever before, offering $200 gift cards to savvy holiday shoppers. The iPhone XR, which was hoped…

6 Min.
remembering a great year for apple: july - december 2018

OUR COUNTDOWN OF THE PAST YEAR CONTINUES As aficionados of all things Apple, it’s thankfully relatively simple for us to look back on an entire year of upgrades, updates, rumor and news each December. In common with all of us, it seems that Apple likes to wind down a little as a given calendar year draws to a close. December, a month steeped in various holiday traditions all over the world, is habitually a quiet time of year for the tech giants. So, what we’ve been doing is looking back on the great year that 2018 proved to be for Apple. Last week we looked at the first half of the year, from the iOS updates of early January, through to groundbreaking and even record-breaking news in June. Here’s a review of what’s…

8 Min.
volante vision concept the future of luxury air travel

VOLANTE VISION IS COMING This year’s Farnborough International Airshow - one of the world’s most closely-watched annual air shows - was unlike any other. Not only did Boeing and Airbus battle it out to unveil their next generation airliners, Airbus with its latest version of the A320 and Boeing’s 737 narrow-body jets, but the UK showed off their next generation Tempest combat aircraft, which will be flying by 2035. And alongside the latest innovations in air travel, and a performance from The Red Arrows, the Royal Air Force’s aerobatic team, came a more unusual unveiling. Aston Martin, famed for its luxury high-end cars, used the event to show off its Volante Vision Concept, a product it believes could revolutionize the skies and transform the way we travel from city to city. In this…

6 Min.
apple pay is leading the electronic currency revolution

CASHING OUT – WHY PHYSICAL MONEY IS IN TERMINAL DECLINE Analysts and financial whizz-kids have been predicting for years that electronic payments will overtake old-fashioned notes and coins but with the rise of Apple Pay, it looks like this will now become a reality. In the UK , e-payments including debit card swipes are set to overtake cash as the most frequently used payment method. In 2006, 62% of all payments in the UK were made with cash. In 2016, that fell to 40%. If current trends continue then the figure could be as low as 21% by 2026. At the same time, the number of times people used ATMs and the amount of cash drawn from them are both falling fast. 2016 saw the lowest number of withdrawals for six years while…

4 Min.
iphone xs: every detail of the new line

THE NEXT-GENERATION iPHONE IS HERE It would be hard to imagine a September without an iPhone event, and this month did not disappoint. On September 12, Tim Cook and friends took to the stage at the Steve Jobs Theater on the Apple Park Campus in Cupertino, California for its much-publicized ‘Gather Round’ event, where the firm showed off its next-generation iPhones. Although many of the features were rumored - indeed, the iPhone XS was leaked several weeks before its official unveiling - the keynote did include some surprises, including the announcement of a lower-cost iPhone. In this week’s edition, we delve deeper into one of the most exciting keynote presentations in Apple history and explore some of the features of the brand new iPhone XS, XS Max, and more. iPHONE XS AND XS…

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series 4: why the next big thing is on your wrist

THE FUTURE IS SCREENLESS Apple’s September Events are a time for the company to show off their latest innovations and get people excited about the next year of products and software. Historically, it’s the iPhone that attracts the most attention. This year’s Gather Round event, however, which saw the launch of the new iPhone XS, XS Max and XR, took a slightly different approach, and for the first time, it was the Apple Watch that was the most well-received. With Apple having already pushed the envelope with the iPhone and now offering minimal changes between cycles, many now see the Apple Watch as the ‘Next Big Thing’ for the Cupertino firm; a product that can innovate today’s technology through software and hardware engineering. In a recent interview with the Washington Post, Apple’s…