Apple Inc. is an American multinational technology company headquartered in Cupertino, California, that designs, develops, and sells consumer electronics, computer software, and online services.
The arrival of Cloud-based game streaming services like Apple Arcade, Google Stadia and the upcoming Microsoft XCloud is all set to change the way people play games, thus threatening the very survival of traditional gaming industry ruled by consoles like Microsoft Xbox and Sony PlayStation.
In a major transformation for avid gamers, the arrival of Cloud-based game streaming services like Apple Arcade, Google Stadia and Microsoft Project XCloud is set to rejig the whole experience from traditional PC or mobile-driven gaming.
If you are a student or a creative pro and do not want to spend a moolah on a high-end digital screen to give your ideas new wings, Apple has brought a new seventh-generation iPad with 10.2-inch Retina display, Apple Pencil support, the fast A10 Fusion chip, advanced cameras and sensors for just Rs 29,900 in India.
With over 1.4 billion active installed base of devices globally and millions in India - iPhones, iPads, Apple TV, Macs, iPod touch and more - Apple has finally flexed its muscles to take on content streaming giants like Netflix, HBO, Amazon Prime and Disney with aggressive pricing, free offers and all-original stories.
To ace the selfie game, Apple's newly-launched iPhone 11 smartphone comes with the feature to take slow-motion selfies termed as 'Slofies' and now netizens can't help but poke fun at the newly-coined term.
Twitter users shared a flurry of posts and memes on the microblogging site after tech giant Apple launched a new series of iPhone 11, Apple Arcade, the new iPad and Apple Watch 5 at its annual event in California.
Giving its content streaming and gaming dreams a solid foundation, Apple on Tuesday began its mega event at the Steve Jobs Theater here not with regular hardware or software updates, but by unveiling its subscription-based video streaming Apple TV+ and gaming service Arcade.
10 The global revenues from streaming video services will reach $159 billion in 2024 more than double the figure of $68 billion in 2018. In 2019, the global revenue total is projected to reach about $85 billion, says latest data from Digital TV Research.