With the iPhone being as popular as it is, Apple has no trouble placing huge amounts of orders with their suppliers. In fact according to a recent report, it seems that Sony is having some trouble keeping up with the orders for their camera sensors which apparently Apple is wanting a lot of at the moment, so much so that other smartphone OEMs are having a hard time trying to get hold of components.
The sensors ordered by Apple are apparently going towards the rumored iPhone 6c, a handset which may or may not sport a 4-inch display and a plastic body which is similar to that of the iPhone 5c. So far the rumors claim that the device may not be launched this year but in this particular report, it claims that it will. We can’t be sure until Apple makes an announcement so take it with a grain of salt for now. Read full post →Apple Reportedly Hogging Sony Camera Sensor Orders
For fitness enthusiasts who keep track of their calorie intakes, apps such as MyFitnessPal are probably known to them. The app is free to use and for the most part does a great job of keeping track of what you eat, your weight, and more. However it looks like the company will be taking things further by launching a paid premium service.
This premium service will cost users $9.99 a month or $49.99 a year. This will not replace the free features currently offered by the app. Instead it will add more features to the app and will also not come with ads that might otherwise be annoying or intrusive for users. According to the app’s founder Mike Lee, “People want to go beyond the calorie. We want to offer them a way to make custom reports, to dig deeper into the nutrient density of the food, and to customize the measurements used to plan their meals.” Read full post →MyFitnessPal Launches Paid Premium Service