It was almost three years ago that we all got first sight of what Apple might have in mind if it wanted to launch an assault on the travel industry.
The world’s leading selling smartphone got an update today. Here are the relevant points for travel tech.
A Google search for “what will Apple do?” returns more than two million results. Journalists, analysts, strategists, fanboys and even the odd civilian want to know.
It’s been over 18 months since there was any official action on the Apple iTravel front – but perhaps things will stir once again after the regulators approved a number of important patents.
Last week, Apple announced Passbook, a new default app coming to iOS 6 for iPhone later this year which stands to get a lot of attention in our industry.
Three elements stand out for travel when it comes to Apple’s iOS 6 release which is likely to be the back end of this year
Weâ€™ve all seen a little and opined a lot about what Google could do with ITA Software, but could one of the most potentially innovative elements still be flying under the radar?
The tech press, maintream media and seemingly anyone that has ever owned an Apple product is pouring forth with commentary and praise following the passing of ex-CEO Steve Jobs.
Motorola Mobility, the mobile handset manufacturer, was bought by Google for $12.5 billion – sending the tech and mobile worlds into a frenzy.
Remember that squabble last year when Apple apparently liberally borrowed from the Where To? iPhone app’s homescreen as part of an iTravel patent?