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Brian White, an analyst at Ticonderoga Securities has revealed some interesting data regarding the expected sales of the iPad in 2011 – and about its upcoming version, expected next year.
In a research note based on information sourced from an Asian component supplier for Apple's iPad, Brian has revealed that Apple is well poised to ship as many as 45 million iPads next year.
Not surprisingly, the iPhone 4 bumper cases that were unavailable in Apple's Retail and Online stores during the program, first made their silent comeback to the retail stores on October 1.
Macrumors has just reported that they're also available on Apple's Online store.
The story, which was first reported by the Wall Street Journal has since then been updated with new information. The initial article on WSJ did not clearly say that the CDMA iPhone was indeed arriving on the Verizon network. That has since then been changed to say conclusively that Verizon indeed, is the network in question.
Just a week into its launch, Apple TV is already creating a lot of buzz. But then which Apple product doesn't?
Anyway, according to a new research note from JMP Research analyst Alex Gauna, new Apple TV shipments are being lapped up with keen interest by consumers across the United States.
In fact, most Apple retail stores are selling Apple TV units at amazing rates with most of them being rendered out of stock almost immediately after fresh supplies arrive.
Ever since the arrival of the first generation iPhone, there were rumours about Apple planning a smaller, nano version of the iPhone. These rumours eventually died a silent death after Apple showed no interest in tweaking the iPhone or to make it available in smaller versions. Apple had also clarified back in 2009 that they are least interested in making a nano version of the iPhone. We remember the then acting CEO of Apple, Tim Cook saying:
“You know us, we're not going to play in the low-end voice phone business. That's not who we are. That's not why we're here. We'll let somebody do that, our goal is not to be the unit share leader in the phone industry. It is to build the best phone”
Wall Street Journal has just reported that Apple will start mass producing CDMA iPhones for Verizon by the end of 2010.
Wall Street Journal claims that according to ‘people briefed by Apple’ Verizon will start selling the CDMA iPhones, which will be similar in design to the iPhone 4 from early next year.
Nielsen has just published their latest report on smartphone purchase in the US. According to this report, Android is now the most popular mobile operating system cornering nearly 32% of all new smartphone purchases in the past six months.
The Nielsen findings peg the share of iPhone at 25%.
Every time a new gadget is launched, folks over at iSuppli are the first to calculate the actual cost incurred by the manufacturer to source and assemble the entire hardware.
Continuing its usual tradition, they have done the same thing to Apple's newest kid on the block, the Apple TV – and the results are a wee bit surprising, should we say?
Unlike the older generation of Apple TV whose production cost was horrendously high at $237, the cost to manufacture the latest version has been bought down drastically. From $237 to $64. How does that sound?
Google has just released a new version of Google Mobile app that brings the super cool visual search feature, Goggles to the iPhone.
Google Goggles will allow users to search the web using the camera on their iPhone.
It can recognize languages, books, album covers, artwork, landmarks, places, logos, and more.