Greeks spend millions on new iPhones but still it is not enough for Apple

iPhone sales reached a new record in Greece. Nearly 10,000 iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max pieces were sold over three days, starting last Friday.

Only on that day, the first day of pre-ordering, the Greeks spent around €6 million to take on a privileged position on the list of those who will receive Apple’s flagship mobile phone. Up to Monday, Greek consumers are estimated to have spent about €15 million in advance to get an iPhone Xs or Xs Max on the very first day of release.

It is strange though that Apple Συνέχεια

iPhone X: Is price ever a matter when talking about Apple?

Well, good news first. New iPhones have been announced and are hitting the stores around the world as I am typing these words. As usually, thousands of people (including me) got excited about the annual announcement, especially this year which is the tenth anniversary of the iPhone and rumors were spreading around the web about a premium device (seriously Apple, how much more premium?) called iPhone X.

The rumors were true! OMG and… oh, wait, that’s the bad news. Συνέχεια

Can Apple Music beat Spotify?

Apple Music, the new music streaming service of Apple, was announced by Tim Cook and his colleagues during the WWDC 2015 in San Fransisco in early June. What Apple offers through its brand new music service is a streaming service where you can listen to the 30+ millions of songs on iTunes, a 24/7 online radio station called «Beats 1» which will be managed by Zane Lowe and broadcast from LA, NYC, and London, and a place called «Connect» where musicians (even unsigned artists) can Συνέχεια