In 2010, when Apple’s then CEO Steve Jobs officially unveiled the 3G iPad, he did so with a $29.99 unlimited data plan from AT&T. Soon after, that plan went away, and the lawsuits started coming in.
Apple TV was gifted with a major content update at the end of June, with new channels for ABC News, PBS kids and others being introduced. Now, a new report suggests that another major brand could be launching for Apple’s set-top box within a year’s time.
During its Q3 2014 earnings call, which outlines the results of the company’s quarterly revenue report, Apple unveiled key details for many of its products, including iTunes. The tone for the service was quite positive, with plenty of high numbers showcasing the power of Apple’s digital service and storefront.
While strong sales of the iPhone and Mac helped Apple post rather impressive third quarter results, the iPad has declined in sales for the second consecutive quarter. But before you interpret that statistic as the iPad being doomed, read ahead for reasons why Apple CEO Tim Cook and company are not concerned about the tablet’s sales.
On July 22, Apple officially announced their quarterly earnings, for the time period ending June 28, 2014. The company revenue of $37.4 billion and quarterly net profit of $7.7 billion, or $1.28 per diluted share. Compared to $35.3 billion and quarterly net profit of $6.9 billion, or $1.07 per diluted share, from the previous year.
Back when Apple introduced the iPhone, applications on our smartphones weren’t all that great. Then Apple’s App Store came around and changed everything. Now all of the major players in the mobile market have their own digital storefronts to get your hands on applications, and the number of apps out there have exploded. Now, developers find it harder than ever to not only get an app downloaded in the first place, but also to sustain the business behind those apps.