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If a patient wants to bring an iPad or a phone to help him relax, that's fine, but I don't want to have the distraction of having a TV on. Around the holidays, a lot of couples begin to talk about this and, at the first of the year, men are really thinking about it and start scheduling appointments to talk to me. In New York, there's a month-long waiting period, so they have the opportunity to change their minds so they have to start thinking about it just after the first of the year. A few years ago, I wiped my schedule and did 10 one day and 12 the next.
They are usually very organised and precise about what they want to achieve – and masculine design most definitely channels the homeowner's inner Bond. When we work for a man, we are often asked to include gadgetry and super-modern items, such as LED lights beneath a kitchen island to give the impression of floating. They always ask for the latest sound system or the largest TV and gadgets that can be controlled by iPad.
Mac and iPad are the best tools in education to help teachers teach and students learn.
At the end of the day, I can get three Chromebooks for each of the Mac devices I would have purchased.
Apple appears more interested in AR [augmented reality], which connects people, than VR [virtual reality], which potentially isolates experiences. Apple may be well equipped to lead given its core competencies in hardware design and software/hardware integration as well as its large base of affluent iPhone and iPad owners.
The idea is that you involve yourself in doing something that is new, difficult, special, but using your own senses.
You cannot fight social media and smartphones, we do not want to fight these things, but we want to show people that there's another approach to the world. And actually, everyone forgets about their smartphones once they're interacting with the exhibits here.
When we go to work, when we go to school, we sit down and have all these technology gadgets – we have phones, iPhones, iPads, computers – technology that takes our time, sitting down all the time. And that's a big issue in the western world, that we sit down too much.
We try to slow it down with our children. We'd rather they play outside than swiping on the iPad. Children are quite spoiled and they have quite a list.
Electronic health records has changed the staff. That means they have to learn how to use the iPad, the iPhone, the Android, Google. It has created new opportunities. It has created new types of jobs. And the shift of the jobs is going more toward informatics. The people who were nurses, they are now joining IT. People who were transport people, they have joined information technology.
It's not nearly as important as the iphone and iPad, but the end-to-end user experience is so important.
People want to go in real time. They don't want to tweet it. They don't want to watch it on an iPad. They want to be there and feel it.
We are incredibly excited to use iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch to create simple, intuitive and personalized technology solutions that will transform the health and wellness experience for our members. This is only the beginning – we look forward to using these tools to improve health outcomes and help more people achieve more healthy days.
When you charge fast all the time, you limit the life span of the battery. For example, if you used an iPhone charger on an iPad Pro, it's going to charge very slowly. If the electronics are right, they can actually preserve the battery because you're always charging it slowly.
Apple is stronger in the enterprise market with its devices than it is with consumers.
We are pleased to report third-quarter results that reflect stronger customer demand and business performance than we anticipated at the start of the quarter. We had a very successful launch of iPhone SE and we're thrilled by customers' and developers' response to software and services we previewed at [Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference] in June.
You can't capture this on an iPad or a flat screen or even an oil painting. You've got to come here and breathe it in yourself.
We use a magnetic resonance test using an iPad, an adapter, and it uses, it creates, a structured magnetic field. It measures the resistance in that magnetic field and that gives us an indication of a ferrous item, a motor or indeed, a solid mass.
There is one switch, one very simple button to turn it on. You hook up (to)whatever you want – whether it's 12 volt appliances such as cameras, mini-fridges or USB devices such as iPads and cell phones – and you turn it on and it starts charging immediately; those devices are lighting up.
Because in the past, we see a white box and we see bees entering and leaving but what they do in the meantime, we've no idea.
Bees are very sensitive to heat. So we bring them to the lab, we chill them down, then we attach the sensors while they're sleeping. This is just like carrying a little backpack.
The choroideremia gene is important for making a protein known as REP1 and when that protein is deficient in the retina the cells gradually die throughout life and they die from the outside in, so patients develop tunnel vision, it gets narrower and narrower and eventually it goes. The concept of gene therapy is to put that protein back into those cells by using a virus to carry the missing gene.
I spent a long time training myself to write on the iPad, to use the keyboard on the iPad and type that way and the idea of having the keyboard back and be able to type wherever I want, there is something kind of appealing about that. And the stylus itself, I have never had a stylus that I enjoyed and their stylus look pretty satisfying.
The applause moments were on things that I think were predictable – wow it stands by itself, you don't have buy a stand, it's all together, the keyboard folds over, it's a cover, all those wonderful things. But when I look at this what I think of is the potential to get rid of the netbook, to get rid of the laptop, maybe even, down the line, to get rid of the full computer.
It's a very interesting new device, I think the key point here is that it's not just another iPad, it's a device that almost serves as a replacement for a PC.
They talked about moving into schools with the iPad, moving into enterprise with the iPad. Also a lot of cloud activity and new content choices available on Apple TV. So even though some of the device categories, Mac, iPod may be maturing now, slowing down, we are seeing how the company is trying to really build out that ecosystem in the future.
If we put a Liquavista display in an iPad, firstly, it will be much easier to read for a longer time, it will be possible to use it outdoors with no daylight limitations, and finally battery efficiency is much better meaning that the product could be lighter and could be used for longer.
They've investigated the data breach for a week, and that's fine. But they could have done that after they let users know that the security breach had happened so they could take their own action, like not using the service.
We have installed nine kilometres of street(light)s: we have 280 masts placed here; we have 50 different solutions, we have ten different management systems; and we have a lot of different sensors and things out in the open area.
It doesn't give you enough content. It doesn't give you most of the things you want to do online – for example Hulu.com (and) Netflix – because it doesn't support (Adobe) Flash. These are things that Apple has chosen to do that I think hamper its ability to have the impact that it really could have otherwise.
Apple's stock is up a ton and it is only logical that it will take a breather after a while. I don't think there is any fundamental issue beyond that.
When asked what the most they would pay for a smaller iPad was, our respondents on average said that they would pay $242 for a 7-inch iPad and $268 for an 8-inch iPad.
We think that the roadmap is still intact for 2011. They will most likely come out with a new iPad, they will come out with a new iPhone and new operating system all slated for this year. So as long as they stay on track and continue to execute on that plan we don't think there will be much fall off at least fundamentally.
Well, Apple has all these new innovations like the iPhone and the iPad, and people get crazy about these. That's why the Apple share price skyrocketed after Tuesday's closing bell. And that helps our markets and share prices of our IT sectors in Europe.
In some ways it's actually getting rid of the old. The piece that was the legacy business – the biggest legacy for the company – and going and saying look, it's back to what the firm has done well for a long time, which is the Office suite. But it's kind of saying we're going to favour one of the children of the company as opposed to the other, as opposed to trying to keep them together as they've been doing for the last 20-something years.
The first thing is that it will mean that newsprint will always be available across the whole country simultaneously. Today you have to go to the newsagent to buy a newspaper but tomorrow you'll be able to download it directly onto your iPad.
On the one hand, employment figures are looking good and on the other there is the positive business climate in general. Both are good news for retailers and consumers.
The tablet market seems to have matured rather quickly, and I don't think Apple can restart it all by itself. However, the company is a technology and design leader, and a demonstration of prowess in these areas would help it retake some of the market share lost to Android tablet suppliers.