362 Million Mobile Devices to be Shipped in Q4 2012–A Tech Holiday for Many

362 Million Mobile Devices to be Shipped in Q4 2012–A Tech Holiday for Many

It’s going to be another tech-powered Holiday this season. IDC is expecting 362 million mobile devices to be shipped in Q4, mainly driven by holiday spending. It’s not just smartphones either, tablets are growing by leaps and bounds as well.

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Apple Courting Chinese iOS Developers

Apple Courting Chinese iOS Developers

With Apple poised to launch the iPhone 5 and the new iPads in China this month, Ars Technica is reporting that Apple is starting to court an essential part of future success in China—Chinese iOS App Developers.

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Highlights of Tim Cook’s Interview with Businessweek

Highlights of Tim Cook’s Interview with Businessweek

It’s an unusually media heavy day for the normally very private Tim Cook. Tonight his interview with Brian Williams airs on NBC and Bloomberg Businessweek has published a long, and fascinating, interview with Tim Cook led by Businessweek’s Josh Tyrangiel. While portions of both interviews have been discussed already—Tim Cook Says Apple To Start Manufacturing Macs In USA Soon and Tim Cook: Television is an “Area of Intense Interest”—the discussions in the Businessweek interview are too compelling not to comment more on.

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How to: Getting Started with FaceTime

How to: Getting Started with FaceTime

You’ve seen the Apple commercials where kids FaceTime with their grandparents. Heck I FaceTime with my two-year-old nephew and it’s awesome. Apple makes it seem like FaceTime is just a magical program that just works, but in reality you do need to turn it on and set it up on your devices—and Mac—to make it work.

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How Well Do iPad Batteries Compare to Other Tablets? iPads Smoke the Competition

How Well Do iPad Batteries Compare to Other Tablets? iPads Smoke the Competition

Apple prides itself on releasing devices that have great battery life. Both the iPad 4 and iPad mini claim 10 hour battery life in regular use. So, how does that stack up against other tablets? It smokes them.

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Some Apple Predictions for 2013: Cheap iPhone, Apple Television, and MacBook Air iOS

Some Apple Predictions for 2013: Cheap iPhone, Apple Television, and MacBook Air iOS

The year is coming to a close and analysts, pundits, and even simpler scriveners like me are starting on their crystal ball gazing predictions for Apple next year. Boy Genius Report quotes analyst Adnaan Ahmad’s predictions for next year including a cheap iPhone, an Apple Television, and a MacBook Air running iOS. Thoughts? Read on.

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iPad mini, iPad 4 To Land in China On December 7th, iPhone 5 To Follow A Week Later

iPad mini, iPad 4 To Land in China On December 7th, iPhone 5 To Follow A Week Later

Hot on the heels of getting regulatory approval form Chinese authorities for its devices, Apple today announced that the iPad mini and the iPad 4 will be going on sale in the region starting December 7th, while the iPhone 5 will arrive in the region a week later on December 14th.

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Apple’s Share of the Tablet Market Slips in Q3

Apple’s Share of the Tablet Market Slips in Q3

As more Android tablets hit the market, it just makes mathematical sense that Apple’s market share would start to slip. Will the iPad mini stem the tide? Don’t count on it.

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The iPad Owns 70% of the Chinese Tablet Market

The iPad Owns 70% of the Chinese Tablet Market

New data reported by Reuters shows China’s tablet market grew over 60% last quarter and Apple dominates with over 70% marketshare.

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While RIM Rested On Its Laurels the iPhone Took the Enterprise Market By Storm

While RIM Rested On Its Laurels the iPhone Took the Enterprise Market By Storm

A new report from IDC reveals something that we’ve all suspected for some time—the iPhone (and iPad) are taking over the enterprise world. Why? Not just because iPhones are cooler, but they are also secure. Things that businesses deem essential to devices in the enterprise.

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