The last quarter of 2009 was full of opportunities and challenges for Apple as far as its iPhone/iPod touch market was concerned. This was the period when Apple had to tackle a lot of aggressive marketing from competitors like Motorola Droid. This was also the time when a reviving economy went into the holiday shopping season increasing the shareholders' expectations. So, how did the company fare in these three months?
Tim Horan, a telecommunications analyst at Oppenheimer & Co is predicting that Apple’s iPhone will be available on all US carriers over the next 18 months.
According to Tim, this change in strategy in the US will help Apple sell two or three times more iPhones. The strategy of multiple carriers is already paying rich dividends in the UK.
Apple Tablet’s Software Will be The ‘Game Changer’ and Won’t be Priced ‘Anywhere Near’ The $1,000 Mark
Folks at 9 to 5 Mac have revealed that according to their contacts in the publishing industry, Apple is in talks with publishers to bring their content to Apple Tablet, which is widely speculated to be unveiled at the media event on Wednesday.
According to the report, Apple is claiming that Tablet’s software will be the “game changer” and is pitching itself against Amazon’s model to the publishers.
Apple might be ending their exclusive partnership with AT&T sooner than one might have thought.
According to inside sources that folks from Hot Hardware spoke to, an announcement regarding this might be made during the media event scheduled for Wednesday. No information was revealed about other carriers who will be making their foray.
Michael Arrington of TechCrunch has just reported that Steve Jobs thinks that Apple Tablet will be the most important thing he has ever done.
With less than three days to go for Apple’s big media event where they plan to unveil their “latest creation”, the rumor mill seems to be working overtime.
Oscar, reader of iSpazio, an Italian website has posted an image, which he claims to be that of soon-to-be-announced Apple Tablet. It looks like a giant iPhone or iPod Touch, which is in line with the rumors we’ve heard.
GPS is among the most popular apps available on the iPhone. If you use the GPS apps on iPhone, you might have realized the problem with mounting the iPhone on your car.
With unique car docks available for different GPS devices, choosing the right dock can not only be difficult but also expensive. Folks at Instructables have an interesting DIY post on how you can make your own adjustable car mount without spending too much.
Why do we need a Tablet? This is one question that the world will look to Steve Jobs for an answer when the Apple Tablet will be unveiled on Wednesday. Rather than trying to sound cynical, the question needs an answer for one major reason that the Apple Tablet is touted to be different things for different people – It will provide you with news, let you watch movies, play games, read ebooks, etc. and so it needs to be seen if the Tablet will do all that one wants it to do.