• Wednesday News



    One of the areas Apple is very focused on is its environmental impact across all of its business, and it is these days something it is quite proud of. So no doubt the team at Cupertino will be very pleased with the new report from Greenpeace that praises Apple for aggressively leading in renewable energy initiatives. 9to5Mac report that in its latest report titled “Clicking Clean: A guide to building the Green Internet” shows Apple continues to lead among tech companies and its renewable energy efforts.

    So to coincide with that report Apple also announced its plans in China for Renewable Energy and an agreement to work with the World Wildlife Fund to protect over 1 million acres of responsibly managed working forests in China.

    We didn’t get to the news yesterday but one report doing the rounds from Electronic Times in Korea, via Macrumors, the rumoured iPad Pro may have a flexible touch panel display and increased sensitivity.

    The Apple TV has again received some updated channels and for us here in Australia that means Stan is now one of the options. Not earth shattering but good to see it is getting some channels added lately.

    Noted KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has been busy putting together some thoughts on the next iPhone. 9to5Mac report that the latest KGI report they have put together a top 11 list of new features for this years iPhone. Force Touch and a new Rose Gold colour are among the list of items.

    Developers have been hit up by Apple with some new Betas this time for OS X Yosemite 10.10.4 and iOS 8.4.

    So not a very tech report today but still some interesting stuff. See you all tomorrow.

    Cheers
    Shaun
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