“E-commerce merchants will have to embrace new technologies and keep with changes to survive and stay ahead.” The rapid pace of eCommerce evolution shows no signs of slowing down What will eCommerce look like in 2021? Are you asking yourself the same question? Throughout this blog, we will cover the top eCommerce trends we [...]
Be it Android or iPhone, the development of mobile applications for your business can be intimidating. Even if you have a technical background, you might have to dive deep into mobile applications' technicalities, which can be a challenging task. Moreover, if you're to venture into developing your business application yourself, it may take months or [...]
iPhone 5 has finally arrived. Apple has launched the big phone in one of its event in San Francisco. The next generation iPhone comes with many enthralling features that everyone’s expecting for. Wider display, better resolution, light weight, and slim body, all these features make the iPhone 5 a most beautiful phone ever produced by Apple. Apple has once again proved the reason why it is the favorite mobile phone brand for so many people.
The new iPad, formerly rumored to be named as “iPad HD” or “iPad 3”, provides a higher-resolution Retina Display, like the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S, offering a resolution of 2048×1536 or 3.1 million pixels. The new iPad also became the first Apple device to have support for 4G LTE networks. The 4G-connected iPad will be able to double as a personal hot spot, similar to other 4G gadgets. There would be two versions of iPad compatible with LTE in the U.S., said Apple worldwide marketing VP, Phil Schiller.
iOS 5 is the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system. Though there is some time in its release but its features were announced on June 6 at the WWDC 2011 keynote address. This latest Operating system claims to have around 200 new features and an updated SDK with over 1,500 new APIs and powerful new development tools. There is so much for both developers and users like iCloud Storage, Newsstand Kit, Core Image, GLKit, Twitter and new Game Center APIs and what not.