Apple Customer Service Contact Number0843 557 4521
Why Call The Apple Contact Number?
Reasons to call the Apple Phone Number include:
- Needing assistance with setting up your new Apple iPod, iPhone, iMac, Macbook, iPad or iPad Mini for the first time
- Resolving a technical issue with your Apple product
- Insuring your Apple product under the Applecare service
- Accessing your Apple account or recovering your unique Apple ID
- Help with software updates or purchasing additional apps, features or accessories for your Apple product.
Products & Services of Apple
Apple are a leading US multinational hardware and software company, famous for selling a range of computer and handheld devices including the iPhone, iPod, iPad and iPad Mini, iMac and Macbook.
The iPod is a range of portable music players that enable users to listen to music and watch movies on the go. Content can be purchased and instantly downloaded from Apple’s exclusive iTunes store, and some of the devices can hold up to 64MB worth of songs and movies. Some are also touchscreen operated and come with internet/wifi capabilities. Users can choose from Touch, Nano, Shuffle or Classic, and from a range of different colours and capacities.
Apple released their newest iPhone models in 2013, which were the iPhone 5S and 5C. The 5C was intended to be a more ‘budget friendly’ version of the 5S so that more people would be able to afford the highly coveted device. The phones include features such as ultra fast wireless, an 8MP sensor iSight camera, and the latest 0S7 software. The newest iPad, the iPad Air, was also released in 2013 along with the second iPad Mini, which comes with a retina display. To find out about current iPhone 5S availability, customers can call the Apple number.
The iMac and Macbook are Apple’s answer to household computers and laptops. iMacs are often used in business environments for their secure and reliable performance, and by designers, illustrators and photographers for their visual capabilities and ease of use.
Apple supplies a range of accessories for all of its products, including removable storage, extra cables and adapters, earphones, skins, covers, cases, speaker docks and more. Every product is also compatible with Apple’s exclusive app store, which enables users to use their devices for almost any purpose.
A Brief History of Apple
Apple is a multinational corporation headed in California, USA. It was founded in 1976 by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne, and was initially named Apple Computer Inc before Jobs dropped the word ‘computer’ when he released the first iPhone in 2007. It is the second largest information technologies company in the world, after Samsung Electronics.
The first Apple computer was hand designed by Wozniak before the company was incorporated the following year, in 1977. It later went on to innovate the Apple Lisa and Apple Macintosh computer models, and dabbled in a number of failed consumer products such as cameras, portable CD players, video consoles and TV appliances. Apple was eventually brought back to profitability in 1998 with the release of the new Macintosh – the iMac – and the rest of their success is history.
When the Apple watch goes on sale later this year, it will not offer many of the features that the company originally thought it would, including many that are related to health and fitness. The idea was first brainstormed by Apple back in 2011 and was intended to be a state of the art health monitoring tool which would use sensors to track blood pressure, heart activity and stress levels, however many complications have led to these features being shelved.
During the product development, Apple ran into issues such as the sensors failing if the watch wasn’t fastened tightly enough, body hair blocking the sensors and dry skin for the wearer. The complications got so bad that the project became known within the walls of Apple as a ‘black hole.’
August 7th 2014
Could it be the end of one of the longest and most public technology company wars of all time? Reports have emerged that both Apple and Samsung have come to an agreement to call off their legal dispute in regions outside the USA.
Following a joint statement from both companies, they have officially confirmed that they are starting to reduce their worldwide legal battles about who copied off who for everything from smartphone features to tablet devices.
The statement read “Apple and Samsung have agreed to drop all litigation between the two companies outside the United States. This agreement does not involve any licensing arrangements, and the companies are continuing to pursue the existing cases in US courts.”
Both of the companies have reached an agreement to drop the lawsuits in South Korea, Japan and Germany, as well as many other locations. There have been rumours of them both reaching this stalemate, but this latest statement seems to confirm it, meaning that the tech world can breathe a sigh of relief that there wont be daily updates on whatever minor feature the companies are squabbling over.
Of course, there are still cases in America that are being appealed, but this move could be a sign that even the companies themselves are getting bored of suing each other.
The joint statement could be seen to indicate that Apple and Samsung have still got some licensing issues that need smoothing over and there is obviously nothing to state that the companies won’t engage in legal disputes in the future. However, it seems to be a step in the right direction for both companies, especially in terms of how much they are both reported to have spent on their legal fees.
However, is it possible that both of these tech giants have come to realise that there are more worrying threats to them taking place around the world? A similar minor feature on an already-popular smartphone doesn’t seem as severe as some of the reports that are emerging from China about anti-trust lawsuits that could be given to non-Chinese companies, or those coming from Russia that want companies to turn over their source code.
There are also reports that sales of Samsung devices are falling in Asia, following an increase in the number of cheaper smartphones that are now on offer in the over crowded market. So maybe Samsung shouldn’t be worried about the threat of Apple on its sales, it would be better off to watch the cheaper alternatives that can offer a similar experience to their iconic devices.
March 12th 2014
It’s 6 months since the iPhone 5s was released, so it’s about this time that rumours start coming in about the next iPhone iteration -the iPhone 6. Here at Number Direct, we will be keeping on top of all of the rumours as and when they come in.
So what are we expecting ? Here’s some suggested updates at the moment
The main focus of iPhone 6 rumours are centred around an increased screen size. There is also speculation that Apple will continue with their trend of releasing two handsets, similar to the iPhone 5s and 5c, and they are expected to release a 4.7″ device and 5.5″ device.
Most of the “leaks” that have been shown on the internet of the latest iPhone have got a common feature in terms of design- thinner and more rounded in appearance, almost the same sort of look as the latest generation of iPod touch. Although none of the leaks are confirmed, it is believable that Apple would move in this direction, following the success of the iPad redesign that resulted in the iPad Air.
It isn’t often that Apple products come with a cheap price tag. Customers wanting to get their hands on the latest iPhone 6 can expect for its price range to be similar to the iPhone 5s, starting at around £549 for a 16GB device.
The latest iPhone is expected to be the first device to come out of the box with iOS8 installed. Some of the new features of the latest operating system includes:
- A new Messages app
- Interactive notifications
- Enhancements for Siri
- QuickType keyboard
- Improvement to Spotlight
- Updates to Mail
- Family Sharing
- A new look Notifications Centre
- An iCloud Drive
The discussions around the camera quality of Apples latest iPhone have been divided, with some sites stating that it will include a 10 megapixel camera and others suggesting that the current 8 megapixel one will remain.
Over the coming months, we will be providing more information as it comes in.
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