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Is now the right time to develop for Apple Watch?

On Tuesday, Apple posted it's sales results for their third fiscal quarter. The figures that seemed to be most anticipated during this call, were those of the Apple Watch. Somewhere, buried within the category known as 'Other', along with sales figures for iPods as well as accessories, are the figures for the watch.


Albeit somewhat in a grey area, the estimated sales figures, calculated by a number of reporters, tend to be anywhere from 1.9m…

It's now easier than ever to learn swift

There are plenty of resources on the internet for people interested in learning software development, and what better place to start than with Apple's recently announced programming language, Swift.

It's been around for a while now, which has given the programming elite enough time to produce plenty of documentation and tutorials regarding the language, for all of us to take a look and get to grips with the new codebase that will power the…

iOS 9 & Mac OS X El Capitan Beta Access

So, it's now possible for the Apple user (not developer) to install iOS 9, in beta format. The beta can be downloaded from the Apple Beta website (http://beta.apple.com). You'll have to sign up to the Apple Beta program, but soon after, you'll be gaining access to the new mobile operating system, as well as Apple's upcoming desktop OS, El Capitan, which follows on from v10.10, Yosemite.

Bear in mind that the software is…

iPhone 6S: Coming in September

As fall 2015 approaches, we should start looking towards Apple's next keynote, which should (more than likely) include an announcement regarding the next iPhone. During the past few months, there have been a number of rumours surfacing regarding Apple's upcoming smartphone. Here are just a few:

 

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