Tomahawk, WI 05/28/2014 (Basicsmedia) – Rumors are out that Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) will pioneer its smart home technology at the WorldWide Developer Conference, which is to be help on June 2, 2014. The Smartphone proposal is facilitated with iPads and iPhones in such a manner that these devices would be able to control security systems, home lights and any other connected. In other words, we can call it as a remote control for your premises. The technology is likely to be based on the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Low Energy platform. The plan seems to give a big challenge to its competitors as in Samsung and Google.

 Apple – Beats Electronics Deal

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has again buzzed the gossips in the electronic world as the news came that the tech giant would be acquiring Santa Monica based headphone and audio power Beats Electronics, LLC. The deal would be negotiated as enormous as $3.2 Billion, which will give Apple a massive leads ahead as an overall package to its users. The major magnetizer of the deal seems to be Beat’s two well known executives, Jimmy Iovine and the hip-hop legend Dr. Dre. News is that Apple would make the most of these executives by giving them the responsibility to implement its digital music stratagem to expand its business line in the music world as well.

 Apple With Its New Arm Based Mac Products

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has been testing its Mac products for quite a long time and soon will launch its new range of products such as 13-inch MacBook, iMini and iMac, all equipped with its ARM processors. It is being rumored that these products would be launched with its new keyboard that incorporates Magic Trackpad and an OS X equivalent Operating System. Well, it would be long topic for discussion and research for the development team as Apple would be moving from Intel to ARM with its real time products. Tech giants are wondering how long would Aple go with its ARM technology.

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