Apple News & Analysis : Three Guys And A Podcast

Yosemite: Best New Feature

Apple iWatch Set To Leapfrog Industry With Stunning Flexibility

Photos For Pixelmator

Photos for the Mac and Pixelmator

Reviews

Imac-product-reviews

Google Challenger: Spotlight

Google Challenger - Yosemite Spotlight

Predictions

AAPL to reach at least $150 by the end of 2014

by: E. Werner Reschke | Aug 28, 2014

AAPL Stock to reach over $150 by end of 2014

If current trends continue, it is not inconceivable for AAPL to be worth over $150 per share by the end of 2014. Since June 6th, when Apple’s 7:1 AAPL stock split occurred, the stock has risen 1.37% every day for the past 80 days for a 10% increase in value from $92.22 to $101.54 per share. If AAPL growth continues at this rate for the next 128 days, on December 31, 2014 AAPL will be worth $178.88 per share.

Read More >

Is Apple's stock poised for another jump?

by: E. Werner Reschke | Aug 11, 2014

AAPL Stock 2009-2014

For the past several years owners of Apple’s stock must be pleased with the company's leadership. The stock price hit a lul during the first half of 2013, but since then AAPL has returned to its pervious value. The real question is what will happen next.

Read More >

Yerba_buena_apple_special_event_september_9Yesterday John Paczkowski of re/code stated Apple, Inc. would be holding a Special Event on September 9. Many sites had been claiming a mid-September or October announcement for a forthcoming iPhone launch, however, it appears Paczkowski has the inside track on all-things Apple events.

In the past Apple has launched products, such as the iPod, on-campus, hosting the media in their own Town Hall auditorium. But over time Apple has shifted their Special Event venues to downtown San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. The auditorium can seat roughly 550, two times more than that of Apple’s aging Town Hall facility, giving the company a stronger real-time reach into the tech media.

Read More >

Mac mini: Update Due This Week

by: E. Werner Reschke | Aug 04, 2014

Mac mini 2014, Mid 2014 Mac mini

Last week, 9to5 Mac spotted an interesting post on Apple’s website that showed a yet-to-be announced Mac mini model — Mid 2014. This mistake was quickly taken down but not before much could be written about it. The question now is not whether Apple has a Mac mini update, but when Apple will release it?

Read More >

Iwatch_flexible_display

One feature of Apple’s forthcoming iWatch is becoming abundantly clear. Whether it is Apple suppliers yielding information, or reviewing Apple’s long-standing patents, the company's first-ever wearable will be stunningly flexible. The band will be flexible, the display will be flexible, and even traditional areas where a thick printed circuit board and battery pack should be — it will all be flexible. iWatch will not only be thoroughly pliable but it will also be stunningly thin.

Read More >

Apple_hdtv2Yesterday, Apple released two additional networks onto Apple TV: CNBC and Fox Now. While both have clips or what often amount to short promo videos of full length shows, neither network ads much value without a key or a cable or satellite subscription. Without a TV subscription service, these, and dozens of other networks, on Apple TV are virtually useless.

High value networks such as EPSN, CNBC, HBOGO, ABC, Disney Channel and over a dozen other networks all require TV subscriptions to access popular content. Apple TV is being manipulated by carriers into a cable TV accessory.

Read More >

Where Is The Incredible 4K Apple TV?

by: Mark Reschke | Jul 26, 2014

Apple_hdtv2Years have gone by and even Gene "no lines" Munster of Piper Jaffray seems to have given up reporting that an integrated Apple HDTV of some sort is just around the corner. When Gene gives up on the idea, it must be a dead product, right? Will the mythical Unicorn Apple HDTV ever arrive?

During the past year, attention has shifted away from an Apple TV and towards the idea of Apple launching a watch-like device, and more recently, chatter has surrounded the forthcoming iPhone. But Apple has become a master of "look at the shiny object in this hand while you ignore what we've got in the other." Just because focus has shifted away from a living room device going above and beyond the current Apple TV in no way means it isn't be developed, or waiting for an opening in Apple's schedule to launch.

Read More >

Mac_and_ios_mac_ios

Rumor — our source in the Bay Area (who provides us nice photos of events like WWDC14) has learned through the grape vine that Apple intends to make a big splash this Fall with the releases of their next desktop and mobile operating systems, by releasing them at the same time. This would be a first for Apple.

Read More >

Apple to (eventually) leave Intel

by: E. Werner Reschke | Jun 26, 2014

Apple-intel-inside-logo

Some things in life are just inevitable. If you eat one potato chip when the entire bag is available, it is inevitable that you will eat more; if you drink often in bars and pubs and then drive home, it is inevitable you will someday get a DUI. If you are in Vegas and on a lucky streak, if you keep betting it is inevitable that the casino will win all its money back and then some.

Read More >

Itunes_costcoBeginning June 27, iPhones and iPads will once again be sold through Costco Wholesale. Apple's strong march back into Costco means Samsung will no longer be going unchecked within the U.S.'s largest club wholesaler. Apple will soon be reconnected the club's higher income Americans, tp which Costco largely caters. 

The average annual household income of each Costco membership is $96,000. The typical Costco member who purchases technology at the retailer is not part of the early adopter crowd. Rather, Costco members largely tie into what is called the "laggard" segment of the market, settling on whatever Costco is offering. This is a large high-income segment Apple has been missing for the past four years.

Read More >

Stay Connected