A not very good year starter for Apple?
According to sources, Apple has slashed down orders for iPhone 5 parts because of a weaker-than-expected demand of iPhone 5 purchases. This is the second not-so-good news for the tech giant after being slumped down by biggest rival Samsung last quarter.
The Cupertino-based company has cut back its orders to its suppliers last month. The Wall Street Journal noted that screens of iPhone 5 for months of January up until March were cut to half compared to the expected level of the company.
According to Citi analysts, these reported cut downs result . . . → Read More: iPhone 5 component orders cut down to half, Apple
A proof concerning the unannounced Facebook music service named as Vibes had been exposed by a software developer and research.
Jeff Rose wrote on his blog that after the launch of Facebook Video Chat, he inspected the code that the latest feature needs to work. He discovered that it completed reference to features named ‘Peep’ for video naming itself and as well to ‘Vibes.’
He wrote, “I searched around to see what this is all about, and it seems that this is an unannounced feature that has yet to be released. The vibes app connects with a . . . → Read More: Speculations About Facebook Launching Music Service ‘Vibes’
According to citizens that is recognizable with the stuff, News Corp. and Apple Inc. are postponing the open of the media corporation’s tablet broadsheet for the iPad and at the same time as the two gatherings work out several twists in the payment stage for bringing the paper.
The digital broadsheet, which will be identified by The Daily, was intended to be revealed next Wednesday by News Corp. ChairmanRupert Murdoch and Apple Chief Executive Steve Jobs at an occasion at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. But the two gatherings have determined that they require . . . → Read More: Launch of The Daily for iPad, Postponed by News Corp. and Apple