Even though Apple’s highly anticipated iPhone 8 won’t make its official debut until this September, it seems as though the supply chain and the accessories market that coalesces around Cupertino’s latest smartphones have made their minds up. One accessory maker, Olixar, seems so confident in the final design of the iPhone 8 that it has already produced three different style cases for the device.
In fact, UK phone accessories retailer Mobile Fun is already listing Olixar’s iPhone 8 cases for sale on its site, and even brags about the products in a blog post. The
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It’s difficult to overstate the importance of mobile in today’s digital marketing landscape. The fact is, if you aren’t focusing on how to appeal to audiences on mobile, you’re already falling behind the competition.
That said, diving headfirst into mobile marketing can seem intimidating. Do you have the technological capabilities? Will it cost a fortune? These are common concerns, but
Comment The smartphone chip market it dominates is nevertheless an increasingly challenging one for Qualcomm. Slowing growth, litigation and rising Chinese competition are among its problems, but also the trend for the largest, richest handset makers to design their own chips.
Apple has its own processors, and given its current legal battle with Qualcomm, is likely to accelerate the process of switching to Intel for some modems. Samsung splits its favours between its own SoCs and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon, but the more its silicon drives its profits, the more its handset arm is likely to feel the corporate pressure to stay
Make sure you don’t lose data or customers by setting the right policies for the use of mobile devices in your business.
There’s a saying much loved by insurance salespeople: “If you fail to plan, you’re planning to fail.” That applies to your business’s mobility policy.
Let’s be realistic: in the absence of a policy, your staff are likely to use their own phones for work purposes.
For some roles, that might not be an issue. But if a salesperson leaves your business, you don’t want your customers to continue to ring him or her, as that could mean you lose them
In the smartphone world, there are basically two brands that matter and then there are a bunch of also-rans. Apple and Samsung are ahead of the pack for a variety of reasons, but it’s their ability to create amazing cameras that’s difficult to match. Thanks to the efficiencies of the smartphone supply chain, anyone can put together a high-end processor, design a metal unibody phone, put Android on it, and have the appearance of a premium phone. But it’s a lot harder to develop a class-leading mobile camera. Only Google itself has managed to come close,
Summers here and the weather is groovy. Tourists are filling the entry lanes to Glacier National Park and many hotels in the Flathead. They are using their mobile phones in your store comparing prices, in restaurants browsing their favorite apps so they dont need to talk with their family, and theyre taking pictures of the bears at Avalanche Lake so they can share them to Facebook when they get back to their hotel.
Does your business have a mobile strategy to reach them? Here are a few reasons why you need one:
1. Everyone has a smartphone. OK, not 100
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