Apple is not actually stepping up to deliver any game-changing products or features. It is just putting more makeup on the front end of a product, which will not drive sales.
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Mobile Marketer today – Apple’s focus on mobile tracking issues poised to drive ROI, ad budgets; Cadillac tests rich media ads with up to 2.38pc CTR.
The elephant in the room at the Galaxy S4 smartphone launch in New York was Android. Not one word about the Google-owned operating system. Is all well in Camelot?
So we all thought that the iPad, iPhone and other Apple products running on the famous iOS system was the brainchild of Steve Jobs. Think again.
Searchers have been slow to fully use Apple’s Siri, with only 11 percent choosing to use Siri for a search on their mobile device, instead turning to applications and mobile browsers.
Technologies such as Google Wallet and Apple’s Passbook are replacing traditional forms of payment. With consumers increasingly becoming more comfortable making purchases both big and small, there is no doubt the mobile wallet will make an even greater splash this year.
When the history books and Harvard case studies on iOS6 are written, the innovation that likely will have had the most impact, especially on retailers and brands, will be Passbook.
The iPad Mini is not the first of its kind, but Apple’s release may mark the beginning of significant growth in the 7-inch tablet market. The implications for those of us deploying tablet experiences are potentially significant.
Apple’s much anticipated first step into mobile payments is finally here, with the company readying a way for customers in its stores to pay for purchases using the Passbook application.
Apple’s Passbook has what it takes to be a real game-changer for retailers, with companies such as Target and Sephora already on board. With the holiday season coming up, more retailers need to implement the service into their marketing efforts to drive in-store traffic and revenue.