For a lot of shoppers, the biggest event of the year is coming with Black Friday, and fro anyone interested in seeing how Target’s Apple deals will fare, an early leak will shed some light on all of the options.
Apple refreshed the iPad lineup yesterday with a brand new iPad Air and a brand new iPad mini. Just like every year, Apple will continue to sell older generation iPads at a reduced price. Given the variety of choices in the iPad lineup, here’s our guide to help you select the iPad that’s best suited to you.
During Apple’s Q3 2014 earnings call, CEO Tim Cook cited education as a big market for the company, specifically when it comes to the iPad lineup. A new report points out what many already know: not every device is for everyone.
Over the last few years we’ve seen a big focus on bigger phones, with screen sizes sky rocketing up from 3.5-inches, all the way up to 6-inches. Now, a new report suggests that size growth, and adoption, could mean the end of smaller tablets.
Earlier in June, reports started to emerge that T-Mobile was no longer including the OOKLA Speedtest app in any data consumption. Meaning users could test their network strength as often as they wanted, and it wouldn’t count against their data allotment. It has now since been confirmed.
A few years back, Costco was out of the loop when it came to Apple’s then-current iPad, and the retailer responded by dropping all of Apple’s products in due course. It looks like the times have changed, though, as some Apple-branded products are now available for your purchasing pleasure.
Electronics retailer h.h. greg is offering limited time Fathers’ Day discount on all iPad models, including the latest iPad Air and Retina iPad mini. If you’re looking to buy an iPad, make sure you check out these deals to save up to $50.
Multiple analyst estimates predict that Apple will see a year-over-year fall in iPad sales in Q2 2014, with the decline ranging anywhere from 23% to 0.7%. So what’s the reason for this fall in sales? Former Apple exec Jean-Louis Gassée thinks that the simplicity of the iPad, and its lack of Pro features is restricting the iPad’s growth.
Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster today released the results of his semiannual teen survey, which asked 7,500 teenagers about their device preferences. The results show that interest in the iPhone is growing, while the iPad starts to slow.