Last year, Apple fans were surprised when the company announced its release and priced it starting at $329. It’s more higher than the Google Nexus 7 and Amazon Kindle Fire by $100 but still, the sales of the mini is enormous.
According to a study, if Apple will use this premium strategy to produce a much affordable and cheaper iPhone, they could see a dramatic increase of profit.
This week, J.P. Morgan analysts Gokul Hariharan and Mark Moskowitz studied and analyzed the prospects of a much cheaper iPhone. Already been rumored and as what the analysts are anticipating, . . . → Read More: Apple Should Release Low Cost iPhone According to Analysts
As wearable gadgets starting to build in the market, technology companies are also developing their own computing products to compete and hope to get a share in the market.
Microsoft is one of the companies that is currently reported to be working with a touch-enabled smartwatch device. According to the suppliers, they are going to compete against Apple Inc. which is already rumored to have been further developing their iWatch.
Microsoft have already requested components for their smartwatch in some suppliers in Asia. One executive from the suppliers said they already had a meeting . . . → Read More: Microsoft Ordered Components for Potential Smartwatch Device
According to Jay Sullivan, the Mozilla Vice President, Apple Inc. is not too friendly to third-party browsers such as Firefox. The browser will not be available to Apple products like iPhones and iPads until the company makes a decision in loosening the restrictions for iOS browsers.
A report was presented that the rules of Apple make it so difficult for Firefox to build-up its browser on the iOS platform of Apple. Sullivan noted that the current rules are forbidding browsers that are not using the WebKit version of Apple. Additionally, the requirements of Apple’s WebKit prevent the users from setting-up . . . → Read More: Apple iOS browser restrictions affect Mozilla Firefox
A surprisingly quiet release by Apple Inc.
Just recently, the super tech giant, Apple Inc. has quietly launched a new low-end version of the iMac. This keeps educational institutions to save over $200 from the regular model.
Apple Inc. seems to release the newer version to avoid all fanfare of its low-end iMac. The company clarified though that this new gadget is only for educational institutions. It costs at $1,099, saving up to $200 from the price of the regular version of iMac.
It is still not confirmed though when Apple has launched the new low-end iMac for educational institution . . . → Read More: Apple Inc. releases iMac for $1,099
Microsoft Surface Pro advertisement is out, but complaints about its supply also grows.
The recently released ad for Microsoft’s Surface Pro focuses on its business benefits such as the pen input.Of course, it also puts emphasis on how light the products is, which is two pounds only, and a good bend to the USB connectivity and touch interface. However, the ad probably won’t win over irritated consumers who cannot have the products in their hands.
While the ad is a very good promotion for the the Surface Pro, there are still a lot of consumers who complain about the product’s . . . → Read More: Microsoft Surface Pro ad launches despite supply-constraints
Today, a Japanese source has reported that the upcoming PlayStation 4 of Sony will probably be introduced before December in U.S.A and Japan.
A Japanese newspaper Asahi Shimbun ran a story about Sony’s PS4. According to the report, there is a guaranteed pre-Christmas launching of the upcoming PS4. Sony is supposed to give confirmation about this rumor at a February 20 press conference. Additionally, an anonymous developer noted that the introduction will be only at Japan and U.S.A. Other countries would be expecting to see the new console in 2014.
Furthermore, the newspaper’s sources provided the very first hint with . . . → Read More: Sony’s PS4 pricing rumors
In 2012, Apple Inc.’s sales results were reported to be low. However, iPhone 5 was one of the best selling gadgets of last year and it was the iPad that did not have the same sales level due to supply issues.
An analyst from JPMorgan Chase & Co., Mark Moskowitz and his team has found out that the near-term constraints of Apple’s supplies in November has impacted and affected the sales of iPad.
Originally, Moskowitz has estimated that Apple Inc. would sell iPad units at 20.1 million during the month of December. But now, the current prediction is at 18.4 . . . → Read More: iPhone 5 sales are strong, but iPad sales could frustrate investors