Ever since Tim Cook took over at Apple he’s been as outspoken about social issues as he has about the company’s latest insanely great product. During hisÂ recent whistle-stop world tour, that included Israel, the United Kingdom and Germany, Cook took… Read more ›
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People may talk about tablet sales flatlining, but if the earnings of Apple’s iPad makers are anything to go by, Tim Cook was absolutely right when he called this year’s sales lull aÂ mere â€œspeed bump.â€ Casetek Holdings, a.k.a. the Pegatron… Read more ›
Just as in real life — where trouble-making siblings get more attention than quiet, studious ones — it seems that everyone is speculating about the supposedÂ low sales of the iPhone 5c, while ignoring the fact that the iPhone 5s is… Read more ›
Remember how just a few months ago, Foxconn profits were slumping because â€” as the anti-Apple brigade hysterically shrieked â€” the iPhone 5 was a dud, and the iPhone’s meteoric rise in popularity was finally done? Yeah, well, Foxconn just posted a 41 percent year-over-year increase in profit, driven by strong iPhone sales. During the […]
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Strong sales of the iPhone 5 have helped Apple grab more than a quarter of the global LTE device market last quarter, despite the handset’s short time on sale. The Cupertino company now commands 27% of the market share, while arch rival Samsung’s 40% share means it maintains the top spot for the seventh quarter in a row.
However, increasing competition from its rivals means Samsung’s share has quickly slipped by more [Read More…]
The International Data Corporation has published its most recent mobile market forecast and unsurprisingly, they’re predicting Android to maintain its strong market share lead over the next four years. In fact, there’s really not much surprising about the report at all.
The global mobile phone market will continue to grow, Android and iOS will continue to be the top two mobile operating systems, and Apple and Samsung will continue to be the [Read More…]
Mac OS X includes a great built-in utility that helps you test existing password strength, and also generate new strong passwords. If you’re wondering if your password is secure this is a great safe way to test the quality of it, and it’s also a safe way to create new strong passwords that you know will be considered secure.
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TwelveSouth’s BookBook case for the iPad is a hard, leatherback binder that’s designed to look like a vintage book. It’s handmade and it features a soft, velvety interior that promises to keep your tablet free from scratches and scrapes, while its hard exterior provides impact protection from all angles. It also boasts a fully-adjustable stand using [Read More…]
Mac sales are showing continued growth in the most recent business quarter of 2011, according to a new report from esteemed analyst Gene Munster. As noted by market research firm NPD, Apple’s Mac sales are up 22% year-over-year in the third quarter of 2011. Strong sales are mainly attributed to the introduction of the new MacBook Air and Mac Mini models released in July. “According to the latest data from NPD, Apple’s Mac sales are up 22% for the first two months [Read More…]
Apple although has been working on a new maps service, 9To5Google reports that Google Maps will still be present in iOS. Apple’s efforts in breaking geo-localization ties with Google have yet to produce a working product. “Sources have told 9To5Google that although Apple is working to improve the iOS Maps application, iOS 5 will not bring an Apple developed maps service and Google Maps is still in.” The muse that Apple has been building [Read More…]