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Apple Maps may soon have a new way to improve: you

Apple Maps may soon have a new way to improve: you

A new job posting via Apple suggests Maps isn’t dead just yet. In fact, Apple may be gearing up to take a run at Google Maps, and in more ways than just offering a topical view or your surroundings or suggesting routes to take. Apple might just be looking to you for help this time, as the job posting asks the new hire to work on ways to get users involved with improving the service. Siri and Passbook might also play a role.

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Apple will host free ‘Hour of Code’ workshops December 11

Apple will host free ‘Hour of Code’ workshops December 11

Hour of Code is an initiative designed to get kids coding. For one hour, code.org wants to get youths across the globe learning a bit about computer languages, which will hopefully keep them involved long after that hour is up. If you’re able to drop into an Apple Store on December 11, you and the kids can get cracking on code live an in person. the free one-hour workshop will take place at every Apple Store across the world.

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Beats boss Iovine hints at streaming service for Apple

Beats boss Iovine hints at streaming service for Apple

At Apple, Beats co-founder Jimmy Iovine has no actual role. The music mogul reportedly works alongside Eddy Cue, who heads up Apple’s iTunes department. In the acquisition, Apple got a lot more than Beats hardware and streaming service; they got talent. In being named one of GQ’s men of the year, Iovine spilled some details on what led Apple to snap up Beats, and what he might be working on. Once again, we’re getting excited for the promise of iTunes streaming to us.

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Apple changes stance on widgets again

Apple changes stance on widgets again

Apple’s latest mobile operating system, iOS 8, has had a rough start. Aside from just plain rendering devices useless, there is also a group of new features that are all very new to iOS. Growing pains persist, and they aren’t done just yet. After side-lining a few notification widgets, Apple is once again changing the rules as they go along, and is asking that one prominent app be changed by its Developer. this time, it has to do with buttons and actions instead of in-widget functionality.

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Survey: 10% of iPhone users ‘very likely’ to buy Apple Watch

Survey: 10% of iPhone users ‘very likely’ to buy Apple Watch

The Apple Watch is still just pictures on a website, but the fervent energy around its release is palpable. Non-tech blogs are discussing it, and the newest addition to the wearable space already has Developers working on the features they can take advantage of. A few weeks ago, we told you about a survey where 10% of people said they’d “definitely buy” the Apple Watch. A new survey backs that number up a bit, but dives a bit deeper into the iOS fan-base.

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IDC: Windows market share doubles by 2018, iOS/Android still in charge

IDC: Windows market share doubles by 2018, iOS/Android still in charge

Here’s an interesting statistic you may not have seen coming: Windows Phone is expected to double their global market share over the next three years or so, according to IDC. In their most recent forecast, the analytics firm is noting Windows will become a more prominent player in the global smartphone market, while incumbents hold fast. IDC also cites the proliferation of lower priced phones with higher end specs as those to look for on the world stage, as emerging markets become important.

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Apple Watch webpage updated with new Timekeeping, Connection, Health details

Apple Watch webpage updated with new Timekeeping, Connection, Health details

As the release of the Apple Watch draws near, Apple continues to update the product page on its website with additional details and information on its first smartwatch. Just over a week ago Apple offered new information to developers in the form of WatchKit, focusing on tidbits like the device's system font and screen resolution. Now there are three new sections that highlight features consumers will be more interested in, "Timekeeping," "New Ways to Connect," and "Health & Fitness."

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iOS users outspent Android by 25% online yesterday, says IBM

iOS users outspent Android by 25% online yesterday, says IBM

Market share is a fun metric for comparing a product’s popularity, but there is a better way to gauge if those who own a device actually use it. Data regarding online shopping is a really good way to see who is putting devices to use, and IBM has compiled some shopping and purchase stats for Thursday shopping. Apple iOS device users spent a solid 25% more than their Android counterparts during online shopping sessions yesterday. The reason, according to IBM, is that Apple users are more “affluent”.

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Report: Apple iCloud dogged by ‘organizational issues’

Report: Apple iCloud dogged by ‘organizational issues’

As far as cloud storage solutions go, Apple’s iCloud is among the oddest. A company with massive resources and deep pockets should be able to provide a clean, cohesive experience for users. They can’t; iCould and iDrive are just not as good as other cloud storage offerings. From layout to syncing — even down to pricing — iCloud is a mis-hit from Apple. They’re sticking with it, though, so a silver lining exists. A new report details why the cloud in front of iCloud is so dark, though.

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