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iPhone Users’ Loyalty Declining: Is It Due To lack Of Innovation Or Apple’s Negative Press ?

It seems that iPhone enthusiasts have left their rose-tinted glasses from Apple's products. According to a survey conducted by "Strategy Analytics" in 2011, 93% of Apple smartphone owners in the U.S. planned to buy new iPhone in future. But now, iPhone owners' loyalty for the product has declined below of 90%; Now just 88% iPhone owners in the country are...

Apple Map Debacle Does Not Have Any Impact On iPhone 5 Shipments: Generating More Web Traffic Than Samsung Galaxy SIII

Apple's new iPhone has been lashed out by detractors for lack of innovation in the device since its launch. Initial adopters (iPhone 5 owners) around the world also criticised the device for poor mapping and navigation of 'Apple Map'. Despite, iPhone 5 is the world's fastest selling smartphone--5 million units were sold in first weekend of its availability.According to a...

Despite Of Number Of Issues, iPhone 5 Could Amplify Competition In Smartphone Segment

Apple got 2 million pre-orders for iPhone 5 within 24 hrs of its availability and astoundingly, 5 million units of the device were shipped in first weekend since its launch. Of course, iPhone 5 has now become fastest-selling smartphone of all time despite of facing numbers of challenges related to the 'Apple Map' and 'Wi-Fi'.The first problem in the...

Users Are More Likely To Search Maps On Their Smartphone: Map Searches On Desktop Dropped By 34% On Top Five Search Engines

Finally, Apple has jumped into the Maps market and its mapping app is on the hand of iPhone 5 owners. On the other side, Google has already proven itself in mapping space and it's far ahead of Apple in this space. It's pretty known that mapping app on mobile devices (smartphone and Tablet) has become one of the basic commodities...

Yup, Apple Has Potential To Prove Itself In Mapping App Space: ‘Google Map Mobile’ Might Be Launched Today

Apple Map is being condemned by detractors since its launch in iPhone 5, despite of its debacle, the sales of new iPhone apparently continue to run high. However, it was expected earlier that sales of new iPhone could be affected due to complaints registered by the early adopters related to poor map navigation, misleading of locations, and more.Since the map...

How Google Map Could Leverage On Its Turn-By-Turn Navigation And Sync Mobile Map Searches ?

Last week, we showed off why Apple decided to dump Google Map from its iOS 6 version. Both the companies (Google and Apple) had disagreement on several points including turn-by-turn navigation, in-app branding and more. At present, Apple’s new Map is considered as one of the biggest drawbacks on iPhone 5. On the other side, Google has little improvised...

Why Apple Launched Its Own Mapping App Before The End Of Google Map License Agreement?

Google Map has been dumped from iOS 6 version and now, Apple Map is into the  hands of users. A significant number of early adopters (iPhone 5 owners) in Australia has reported the vulnerabilities of Apple's new mapping map. The maps app includes errors such as misplacement of several hospitals, absence of several police stations, in-accurate navigation, outdated satellite...

I Still Prefer iPhone 4S Over iPhone 5: Apple’s New Phone Is Just Improved Version Of Predecessor

Apple's new iPhone is considered as its most divisive products so far. The product has been lashed out by tech-savvies because it's not an innovative product; It's just an improved version of iPhone 4S. Despite of this, the company has sold over five million of new iPhone 5 in just three days since its launch on September 21, beside...

Nokia Claims To Have Better Mapping App Than Apple: But, Why Google Is So Fervent To Build Map App For iOS?

Of course, there is only the buzz around about Apple's new iPhone. With its own new mapping app creation, the company replaced Google Map from its latest iOS 6 version. Now, the product is finally on the users' hand, but they aren't pleased with Apple's mapping app in the device.  Users think that the new mapping app (build by...

Apple To Command 65% Share Of Global Application Store This Year: Thanks To Its Passbook And New Maps Platform

Now, Apple doesn't remain a just PC manufacturer; it has become a key company which is providing all sorts of devices related to communication, entertainment and business. With its iOS ecosystem, it has focused on virtual services including digital music, movies and apps. The company is now trying to extend its boundaries into the real-world location with Passbook and...

Finally Apple Launches iPhone 5 Worldwide: Does It Meet Users’ Expectation?

Now, Apple's long awaited iPhone 5 is available in the market for its enthusiasts. iPhone 5 is available in three different models---16 GB, 32 GB and 64GB--with carrier subsidies for $199, $299 and $399 respectively. However, the actual price of the devices without contracts are $649.99 (16 GB), $749.99 (32 GB) and $849.99 (64 GB).Components That Make Apple's New...

How Apple And Google Are Killing Standalone GPS Devices?

Apple is currently working on its 3D map projects --modeling for buildings and Terrain data. Apple has dealt an agreement with one of the world's leading automotive navigation system manufacturers, TomTom. The standalone GPS device manufacturer will provide Map and related information to Apple in forthcoming days.  Apple's new mapping app is compatible with voice integrated application Siri and 3D features. Last Week, Google...

OpenStreetMap Could Be A Possible Threat For ‘Next Dimension Of Google Map’

Apple is currently more serious about its online mapping and it's expected that the company might unveil its map at WWDC event next week. Surprisingly, map services on the mobile devices are now determining the business of the company and it's true. That's why, Apple has put its all afford to acquire numbers of  mapping companies around the world...

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