Android reportedly caused the drop of shares of Apple Inc. According to analysts and income reports of both companies, though Apple sold many iPads in the first quarter, their share in the tablet PC market decreased slightly and might continue this year. While Android platform together with Samsung, Apple’s greatest rival, is enjoying a huge leap of profit and increased market share.
But one analysts, Carl Howe, concluded that Apple might also cause a drop of profit and share of Android smartphones in the coming years.
In a poll conducted by the Yankee Group, . . . → Read More: Apple will Regain Profit and Share in the Coming Years According to Analyst
Apple Inc. faces another problem.
After all of the recent dilemmas in stocks, the popular super tech giant Apple Inc. falls from the top spot in the list of Forbes’ “World’s Most Admired Companies.” The publication will be released later within this week in its list of 2013 rankings.
Brad Chases, a contributor for Forbes, have written on the change of the rankings. To quote what he has written:
“The company isn’t going to disappear anytime soon. But the value of the once-invincible brand is teetering on the edge of a long, steady drop. Apple’s well-documented approach to fostering a . . . → Read More: Apple Inc. to Lose Top Ranking in a 2013 Forbes’ List
BlackBerry Z10, the recently released smartphone from RIM, had its latest boost in stock after Chief Executive Officer Thorsten Heins stated that the new BB Z10 are off to a good start in Canada, its hometown.
On Wednesday, Heins noted in a keen statement that the new smartphones had a record-high on its very first day of release in Canada. BlackBerry Z10 sales surged to over fifty percent. This figure is better compared to any launches they had for BlackBerry phones in the same country. In the U.K., the demand is also high with its sales three times better compared . . . → Read More: BlackBerry Z10 boosts in stock
A former Chief Executive Officer says that Apple Inc. has to make renovations to its supply chain in order to sustain demand for inexpensive smartphones in emerging markets.
According to John Sculler, former chief executive officer, as the market for handsets, which includes the company’s iPhone, becomes overloaded in developed areas like Europe and U.S.A., the company will gradually depend on development in emerging markets and this includes India.
Furthermore, Sculley noted that Apple Inc. has to become accustomed to a very “different world” right now. The former CEO said that as the industry goes from $500 smartphones to even . . . → Read More: Apple Needs to Adapt to New Markets
On Tuesday, Facebook Inc. rose after CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that he’s dealing with the slip-ups that have made it difficult to obtain the advantages of mobile advertising.
According to an interview with Zuckerberg, Facebook is now doing a mobile company, confirming that for the next three to five years the biggest query on everybody’s minds is the factors that will determine on how well the company’s performance is with mobile.
The California-based Facebook Inc.’s shares have increased to about 4.8 percent. This is said to be because of the alleviated concerns on the ability of the company to produce . . . → Read More: Facebook on the rise after announcing missteps in mobile