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watchOS 2 – What’s new?

Originally set for release on September 16th, the latest watchOS was delayed at the last minute due to a bug. From September 21st, watchOS 2 has been available for download. Here we’ll look at some of the new features.

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Apps of the future

As we continue to venture deeper into this future of technological wizardry and wonderment, we thought it might be a good time to stop and evaluate the directions app trends are going.

Private Messaging:

Possibly the most popular of the app based tools on offer, there are now a whole host of companies offering private messaging, instant image sharing, private video uploads and more.

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3 more reasons to think about mobile apps for your business

Computers are being replaced by mobile devices – traditional PC sales are declining

As we move further into the digital age, it’s becoming very apparent that apps are not only here for the long haul, but conceivably, they could now be here to stay. Apps make our lives easier to manage and open doors to faster means of procuring everything, from the latest music to the most popular books. If you are a reputable brand online, chances are you have a branded app used for further developing your client base, managing a process or selling more products.

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What’s new in iOS 8?

Exciting news – Apple have announced iOS 8 and there are a lot of great features to look forward to with its public release planned for the fall. Its release should coincide with the launch of the new iPhone 6, which is another thing to get excited about if you are a big Apple fan like us.

Here is a summary of some new features to look forward to.

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AAPL and NFC

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With the upcoming announcement of iOS 7 in June at Apple’s WWDC conference, industry analysts can’t agree on whether Apple will include NFC (near field communication) technology into their phones. For those not in the ‘know’, NFC is the collective term used for the technology used in contactless payment cards which other phone manufacturers have included in their handsets for the last year or two.

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