Apple Support Twitter channel won Gold Customer Service award

Apple Customer Support Award screenshot from Twitter blog
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Apple brand is special. Apple has many “fans” and “haters”, leaving almost no one indifferent. It produces great products and services, solidly backs Apple’s famous “it just works” and “available now” reputation. Company takes calculated risks and brings many technology innovations we take for granted later.
This time Apple’s support team proved it’s ability to deliver the best customer support service by winning the first annual #TwitterAwards in #CUSTOMER category.
This is very impressing, as the Apple support channel on twitter @AppleSupport was registered not a long time ago, just in June 2015, and Apple officially started to promote it in March 2016. In such relatively short period of time @AppleSupport got ahead of many other support accounts, acquiring more than 150 000 retweets and likes and was leading for average engagement. The fact that it has more than 550 000 followers speaks for itself!
Probably using Twitter’s new customer support features for businesses helped Apple support in it’s achievement.
Well done, Apple support!

Sky Q receives award for being the best TV experience for UK customers

Launched less then a year ago, Sky Q not only impressed the UK customers, but already managed to scoop The Home Entertainment Product of the Year Award.
As a home entertainment system, it was compared to and got ahead of PS4 and XBOX S by TrustedReviews. It’s a bit odd comparison, Sky Q is not a game console. Nevertheless, it for sure able to provide hours of entertainment for a whole family.

“Sky Q is the ultimate TV viewing solution. This is TV the way it should be done.”

This is because it satisfies pretty much every conceivable TV-viewing need. Supporting UHD aka 4K resolution and very convenient recording service (with recent firmware update), Sky Q box allows customers to watch their favourite TV programs in the time that suits them, where it suits them. On the big screen connected to the main Sky Q silver box in the living room. Or streamed to the smaller TV in the bedroom via Q mini box. Or on the smartphone via Sky Q app.
For more information visit Sky website.