Mar 27

Samsung is the king of smartwatch sales in 2014

10289753934_16571b04f0_m“Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch” by Kārlis Dambrāns on Flickr is licensed under CC BY 2.0 (license)

Can you guess which company had the highest sales of smartwatches in 2014? If you said Samsung, this post’s title gave you the correct answer!

In 2014, Samsung was reportedly the top smartwatch seller, selling 1.2 million devices and taking up 18% of the wearables market share! Do you think Apple can dethrone Samsung once the Apple Watch is released? Read more about the subject through Wareable’s article here, and judge for yourself!

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Mar 27

Apple Watch estimated to have HUGE sales in 2015

16586945389_f04d7a324e_m“Apple Watch app” by Kārlis Dambrāns on Flickr is licensed under CC BY 2.0 (license)

Surprised by that headline? Of course not! Even before Apple announced the Apple Watch a few weeks back, we think that everyone knew Apple Watch sales are going to be ENORMOUS. Apple is heading towards a new market, and knowing Apple, they’ll have revolutionary additions to the existing smartwatch features.

Strategy Analytics predicted that the Apple Watch will account for about 55% of smart watch sales in 2015. 55% is a HUGE chunk of the wearables market! To top it off, this estimate is supposedly very conservative compared to what analysts have predicted before. Learn more about the topic in an article through Wareable here.

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Mar 27

iOS 8.3 will no longer require passwords for free apps

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For those of you who keep forgetting your Apple ID and password (we all know how tricky Apple’s password requirements can get), the moment you’ve been waiting for is here! Apple’s iOS 8.3 will no longer require a password for free apps and downloads!

All those precious minutes wasted trying to remember what your Apple ID and password will be nothing but a memory…unless you decide to purchase a paid app of course. Don’t worry, you’d still require a password for those. If you want a deeper dive into the topic, check out TechCrunch’s article here!

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