Apple may be fighting a bitter battle with Samsung in the courtrooms, but the Korean company still remains one of its keyÂ suppliers.Â A new research from DisplaySearch claims that Samsung Display has shipped out over 62% of the displays needed for the 9.7 inch Apple iPads in the first quarter of 2014.
Although Apple’s seeing sales of the iPad decline year over year, it continues toÂ enjoys the top position when it comes to tablet satisfaction, according to a new J.D. Power survey.
NESO Security Labs researcher Andreas Kurtz recently reported on a security flaw in iOS 7 that resulted in email attachments being stored without encryption, despite Apple’s claims that it does encrypt this data. According to a follow-up report by iMore, Apple is aware of this encryption issue and is working on a fix.
Apple today expanded itsÂ Reuse & Recycling trade-in program in US and Canada to include iPads. Starting today, Apple Stores will start accepting iPad trade-ins, letting customers receive discounts towards the purchase of a new product.
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 execÂ Jean-Louis GassĂ©e thinks that the simplicity of the iPad, and its lack of Pro features is restricting the iPad’s growth.
As we are all aware, LTE models of the iPads cost $130 more than the standard Wi-Fi models. However, a new deal from T-Mobile U.S. bridges this disparity in pricing by offering LTE iPads for the same price as their Wi-Fi siblings.