After an extended review loan, the gold iPhone 5S is winging its way back to Apple. Here are my thoughts after six months with the Apple iPhone 5S: Continue reading
Media sites have chewed over internal Apple documents suggesting the company needs a bigger iPhone in recent days. At Gigaom Kevin Tofel writes: Even Apple admits Apple might need to make a bigger iPhone.
There are signs that Apple isn’t attracting and retaining as many early adopters as it once did, with larger screens seeming to drag a number of users away from the brand. But with industry-leading satisfaction and loyalty rates, Apple can be confident that most iPhone users will still own one next year.
Apple shares fell 5 percent immediately after it reported figures for the last quarter of 2013. Market analysts described the company’s earnings as “disappointing”. Continue reading
You’d think there would be no surprises. After all there were weeks between Apple’s iPhone 5S launch and its official arrival in New Zealand. Yet when I first saw and held the phone, it was smaller and lighter than expected.
Monday morning got the working week off to a good start with an informal press event at Telecom NZ. I left the MacBook Air and iPad Air at home before heading into town with the iPhone 5S.