iOS9, coming this fall, will put all of one's selfies in an album. I can see a massive increase in social sharing - "Here's when I was in the park." "Here's when the traffic light made me late for work". Help us.
Subway's new app gives customers the ability to build a custom sandwich and pay in advance via PayPal.
On average, each U.S. household will spend approximately $3800 on access and devices in 2015, per industry analyst Chetan Sharma.
More from his report:
U.S. consumers will spend more on wearables than feature phones in 2015.
The total number of connected devices around the world will reach 16 billion by the end of 2015.
Apple brings AT&T, Sprint Wi-Fi calling to iOS 9, per several reports.
Interesting stats given new competition with Apple Watch: Fitbit sold 4.5 million devices last quarter, with revenues up 235 percent from a year ago. That likely speaks more of the category growth than a choice over the Apple product.
49% of teens say that texting is the preferred way to get in touch with a close friend, according to a Pew report. Social media is second (20%), following by calling (13%).
CBS says Super Bowl ads are selling for $5 million per 30 seconds. Advertisers told Variety that the cost is between $4.5 million and $4.7 million. Regardless, is this year for a true mobile call to action in a spot? All we need is one big success to open the gates.
In the second quarter of 2015, approximately 58% of American smartphone owners also have a tablet (Kantar). Among iPhone owners, the number of tablet owners jumps to 65%.
Seen on bgr.com – “Upcoming new iPhone feature could make you fall in love with Siri all over again." My reaction? When were we smitten the first time?