Will Apple go into the television market?
The Cupertino-based tech giant, Apple Inc., is anticipated to take advantage of the weaknesses in the television market sometime in the future. It remains a mystery on how soon will the company move into such field. On the other hand, tech analysts are supposing that Apple Inc. is already on the route of launching the rumored iTV sometime within this year.
However, there are other tech experts who believe that the iPhone maker might not actually launch its own line of television. As a matter of fact, Apple Inc. has not been really . . . → Read More: Will there be an iTV from Apple Inc.?
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
The current Kindle Fire HD tablet from Amazon has been released to the public. However, this does necessarily mean that Amazon is not planning to have it on the stores for sale.
For today, and only for today, Amazon is cutting off the tablet’s price to fifty percent from its regular price of $299 for KindleFire HD 8.9. This means that you can buy the tablet for only $319 for the 32GB and $249 for the 16GB model.
For you to take advantage of this one-time only Kindle Fire sale, you should be quick enough to purchase one. Resources say . . . → Read More: Kindle Fire HD on sale for one day
On Monday, Samsung announced that the company has sold about five million units of their Galaxy Note II ever since the debut of the device last fall season. This is considered a new milestone in the company’s line of successes.
With the indication that Samsung has pushed over two million units of its super-sized smartphones for November alone, the company had already published that it surpassed three million in sales early on this month.
For the second Note device, the figures are pretty impressive with its features of 5.5-inch display and has become the lead example of the category referred . . . → Read More: Samsung on a sale of five million Galaxy Note II units
The iPad Mini, newest addition to the line of Apple gadgets, is anticipated to be announced the following week and go sale on store shelves a few weeks later.
Now, the only intrigue that’s left of the iPad Mini matter is the price Apple would charge the buyers. According to a note published just this week, an analyst of Apple Gene Munster tells that he is thinking that the device will be charged between $250 and $300, a surprise to all Apple and non-Apple avids.
Why do people not believe the price range given by some Apple analysts to the . . . → Read More: iPad Mini to cost between $250 and $300, Apple analyst
The makers of Apple products’ protective cases are now also preparing for the release and introduction of the upcoming iPad Mini, while the company’s component suppliers have begun making a tablet which is smaller compared to the existing iPad now.
In one of the biggest business-to-business e-commerce sites in China, it shows up a lot of public postings of cases for the new iPad that come in different materials and colors. Some of the protective cases had labels saying that it’s for a 7.85-inch tablet, referring to the size of the iPad Mini. The potential buyers of these kinds of . . . → Read More: iPad Mini cases already available on an e-commerce site