A little late, but better late than never.

Apple just made that much in one day. My the times have changed.

Great game, thriving young community with the possibility of many being the next generation of innovators, and it actually makes lots of money. Sounds like a great buy to me.

Four million! Image how much they could have sold if they and the carries didn’t have technical difficulties.

I can’t see Apple paying the sub-$400 million valuation that Path last raised capital at for a failing social platform. Maybe for the talent, but that’s still very steep. I hope it’s at least more than the $100 million Google offered when Path was still barely a product.

Despite site technical difficulties, they had a “record number” of iPhone pre-orders. Some models are now shipping as late as a month and a half.

Marco della Cava interviewing Tim Cook in USA Today:

"We didn’t make the first mp3, smartphone or tablet. But you can say we made the first modern mp3, smartphone and tablet"…

Apple’s new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus both feature larger screens reminiscent of competitors’ devices. By design, says Cook. “It’s an incredible opportunity for us to switch people from Android to iOS. So yes, this is epic. It is epic,”

Tim Cook being honest. There’s lots of pent up demand, iPhone 6 and 6+ with iOS 8 will closes a lot of gaps.

The Telegraph in an interview with Boss of Tag Heuer, Zenith and Hublot:

Apple’s long-awaited smartwatch looks “too feminine” and its design will not stand the test of time, luxury giant LVMH’s watch guru has said.

It’s not ment to stand the test of time. It’s a piece of technology, it becomes obsolete and they want you to upgrade. Reads like he’s threatened. I Don’t know why? it’s not like most people who buy an Apple Watch is in the market for Tag Heuer.

This is Samsung’s answer to all the cool bands Apple showed off for the Apple Watch yesterday.

  1. Camera: Nikon D4
  2. Aperture: f/11
  3. Exposure: 2.5"
  4. Focal Length: 112mm

Apple may finally make mobile payments a reality in the US. Others have tried and have largely failed to gain any traction, but it looks like Apple has found a way to get both banks and retailers onboard. The company is working with American Express, Mastercard, and Visa as well as top bank issuers that cover 83% of the credit card purchase volume. They also have over 200k merchants onboard, including Subway, McDonalds, Disney, Walgreens, Macy’s, Sephora, and many more.

Most of the leaks were spot on. We got two new iPhones today. The bigger of the two, called the iPhone 6 Plus, sports a .8 inch larger screen, larger battery, and optical image stabilization over digital. Both will have Apple Pay, which is what I am most excited about. I’m still not a fan of these huge screens, going for a run with a 5.5” device is no fun. I’ll probably spring for the 4.7” this Friday.

Bigger, better, but no LTE.

Next, they’ll be going to go back to Live.

Microsoft is paying the NFL $400 million to use their Surface tablet exclusively and broadcast commentators are calling it an iPad and iPad-like.

(Source: theverge.com)