Jimmy Lovine and Dr. Dre, who are anticipated to take up senior roles after Apple’s possible acquisition of Beats Electronics may enjoy the dais at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) scheduled to take place in June. Both the co-founders are expected to make their first appearance at the upcoming conference.
A comforting update for customers who purchase Apple products online, reports Reuters. Apple has condensed the refund processing time from 10 days to a less than a week for items purchased online. This new policy will be executed by using an expedited shipping mode to send devices back to the company for return.
As per a new report published by the research firm DisplaySearch, via CNET, Samsung professed the first position as iPad display panel supplier for Apple in the first quarter 2014. A total of 5.2 million units shipped with high resolution 9.7-inch panels which were placed in the iPad Air and the reintroduced 4th generation iPad.
Jimmy lovine and Dr. Dre, co-founders of Beats Electronics are anticipated to take up senior roles at Apple after the acquisition of Beats Electronics. They may not fill up full-time positions at Apple and accordingly they will travel to and fro from Los Angeles to Cupertino to attend meetings.
Few days back we reviewed Diveland, a two-dimensional world game created to render a rich three dimensional world experience. The developers of Diveland, Andrea and Steve Bourne have come up with yet another simple yet challenging game Quint, which is a classic tile based word game, centered on the idea of making 5-letter words. Fundamentally, in a tile based game tiles are the elements of play. In a tile based game, tiles either create multiple possibilities for the board layout or allow changes in the overall board geometry during play. Quint’s foundation is on the former presumption which means, with the help of tiles multiple possibilities can be created using your intellect to generate meaningful words. The game becomes really addictive as it proceeds.
Apple is in the closing stage of acquiring Beats Electronics, the well-known headphone manufacturing company which also offers a music streaming service. Few hours back, we wrote about a possible acquisition between Apple and Beats and we have thronging updates and speculations ready about the entire deal.
A few international iOS users wrote on Apple’s support forums, MacRumors forums and Twitter reporting issues on unsuccessful app updates today. According to users who faced this issue, the procedure of updating apps in the iTunes popped a warning messaging stating “the update is not available for this Apple ID either because it was bought by a different user or the item was refunded or cancelled.”
Apple’s upcoming “spaceship” campus is progressing rapidly, we have new aerial photos by the AppleToolbox show. The photos are much clearer than the previous ones we shared, the layout of the area depicts a spaceship circumference.
The Apple Campus 2 will be built on a 2.8 million square foot area. It is intended to accommodate more than 12,000 Apple employees with the provision of the best amenities around making the property as of one the top—notch office buildings in the world.
The tentative year of completion is 2016 in Apple is hoping to finish the first phase of construction.
A few hours ago we published a news on the possible acquisition of Beats Electronics by Apple, we have a new update from the New York Post which says Beats CEO, Jimmy Iovine might join Apple as a ‘special adviser’ on creative matters.
Beats Electronics boss and veteran music industry executive Jimmy Iovine is in talks to join Apple as a “special adviser” to Tim Cook on creative matters, two sources close to talks tell The Post.
Iovine has significant contacts in the music industry, which might allow Apple to gain possible future negotiations with music labels. Jimmy Iovine is the Chairman of Universal Music Group’s Interscope Geffen A&M music labels.