Analyst Says Apple’s Annual Profits Will Be Highest Ever By A Public Company

Analyst Says Apple’s Annual Profits Will Be Highest Ever By A Public Company

Apple continues its meteoric rise in terms of fame, wealth and popularity. The company has smashed quite a few records in terms of sales, revenue and profits. And now, according to an analyst, Apple’s annual profits will rake in so high that it will be the highest annual profits ever made by a public company!!

By On June 19, 2012 Respond
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Apple Agrees To Settle iPad 4G Advertsing Issue In $2.25 Million Fine

Apple Agrees To Settle iPad 4G Advertsing Issue In $2.25 Million Fine

When Apple released the new iPad, it has been branding the tablet as capable of supporting 4G networks around the world. However, as it turned out, this was not true for Australian 4G networks due to which iPad users in Australia lodged complains over Apple’s misleading advertisements.

By On June 9, 2012 Respond
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Apple Nearly Decided For Two Dock Connectors In iPad, Rumor Confirmed

Apple Nearly Decided For Two Dock Connectors In iPad, Rumor Confirmed

Before Apple launched the new iPad, a lot of analysts had been speculating that Apple may be contemplating including two dock connectors on its upcoming tablet. As it turned out, Apple didn’t do so in the new iPad and for the time being, it seemed that the news about two dock connectors was just a rumor. However, now, proof has surfaced which pretty much confirms that Apple did consider such an option.

By On May 29, 2012 1 Response
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Apple Stops Using 4G Branding For New iPad Due To International Complaints

Apple Stops Using 4G Branding For New iPad Due To International Complaints

Apple has been taken to task in Australia due to the fact that Apple touted the tablet as supporting 4G where the tablet couldn’t yet use a 4G network in the country. The company was taken to court by Australian competition regulator and a number of Australian customers claimed that they had been fooled by Apple’s 4G branding of the new iPad. It seems now that Apple is heeding these complaints now.

By On May 14, 2012 Respond
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iPad Gains Greater Lead Than Kindle Fire In The Tablet Market

iPad Gains Greater Lead Than Kindle Fire In The Tablet Market

Last year, when Kindle Fire was launched, a lot of us wondered that perhaps Apple had finally found a worthy contender. While that is not too wrong, Apple has now jumped back in the game. According to IDC’s report detailing quarterly tablet sales, Apple has been able to ship a whooping 67.8% of the total tablets sold during the first quarter of 2012.

By On May 4, 2012 Respond
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iPad Will Finally Make Its Debut In Taiwan For The First Time

iPad Will Finally Make Its Debut In Taiwan For The First Time

Apple has been releasing its new iPad in a lot of countries, though in phases. This shows Apple’s ambition to go really global, by ensuring the presence of its products in as many countries as possible. The primary bone of contention, when launching a device in a country, is to strike a deal with the local authorities as well as carriers. Apparently, Apple has accomplished both when it comes to Taiwan.

By On May 2, 2012 Respond
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Next-Gen Pixel Qi Screen May Come With Same Resolution As Retina Display

Next-Gen Pixel Qi Screen May Come With Same Resolution As Retina Display

Pixel Qi is known for producing displays which can be easily discerned and read from even in the outdoors. Although the displays aren’t yet a hit with the tech world and are being used only by a few consumers, the company has big plans for future. According to Mary Lou Jepsen, the founder of Pixel Qi, the company has been able to develop a ‘new architecture’ for displays which will come with a resolution as good as Retina display.

By On April 23, 2012 Respond
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How Green Is Your iPad? [Infographic]

How Green Is Your iPad? [Infographic]

It is amazing how the neat, nifty electronics that we use leave a huge, significant impact on our environment. It may not be visible to us but a detailed research sure can tell about how green, or not, a piece of hardware is. Sortable.com has now created an infographic, based on the research of the company, which details about the footprint left by an iPad on the environment.

By On April 21, 2012 Respond
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Intel Touts Ivy Bridge Processors As Apt Choice For Retina Display Computers

Intel Touts Ivy Bridge Processors As Apt Choice For Retina Display Computers

Retina Display is a term which Apple first made popular when it started using it for its new iPad which comes with ultra-high resolution. We have been hearing that the Mac machines from Apple are also about to get a resolution boost in their upcoming line-up. Now, Intel Vice President has stated that Intel’s much-touted and much-anticipated Ivy Bridge processor are built for ‘Retina Display’ computers, shall OEMs choose to use it.

By On April 13, 2012 Respond
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iOS Devices Lead With The Largest Mobile Ad Market Share

iOS Devices Lead With The Largest Mobile Ad Market Share

Mobile ad market has become a highly lucrative industry. And the vendor who is more successful naturally gets to reap its bounties too, one way or the other. Whereas by the end of 2011, iOS and Android devices were both at 50% share of mobile ad market, mobile marketing company Velti has now reported that iOS has pulled ahead of Android in mobile ad marketshare, thanks particularly to the new iPad.

By On April 13, 2012 Respond
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Get A MacBook Pro Experience By Using iPad With A Special Case

Get A MacBook Pro Experience By Using iPad With A Special Case

Accessories for Apple’s tablet, iPad, have been fairly abundant. However, few have been so interesting as this exceptionally sleek and useful case for iPad that has been pointed out by Macotakara. This case literally turns your iPad into a netbook sized MacBook Pro.

By On April 8, 2012 Respond
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New iPad Makes Things Difficult For HTML5 Developers

New iPad Makes Things Difficult For HTML5 Developers

Apple has been quite supportive of emerging Web standards and has been giving them a central place in its devices and platforms. However, this doesn’t seem to be the case in the new iPad in which, according to HTML 5 developers, there is no expanded support for HTML5. Using iOS 5.1, the web performance of this new tablet is at par with iPad 2, it is being said.

By On April 6, 2012 Respond
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Apple Starts Looking Into The Wi-Fi Connectivity Issue Of The New iPad

Apple Starts Looking Into The Wi-Fi Connectivity Issue Of The New iPad

Users have been registering a number of complaints regarding the new iPad. Whereas the satisfaction level of users of new iPad is very high, a small number has been complaining that their new iPad’s wi-fi won’t connect properly or would connect only intermittently. Now, it has been learned that Apple has asked retailers to capture it if any device with such a problem comes to them, so that Apple could check it in detail.

By On April 6, 2012 1 Response
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Barnes & Noble Release Retina-Ready Version Of Nook For iPad App, Version 3.1.3

Barnes & Noble Release Retina-Ready Version Of Nook For iPad App, Version 3.1.3

Nearly all the companies who have their apps being popular among millions have been quick to launch a Retina-ready version of the app for the new iPad. We have been waiting for a word on this from the folks at Barnes & Noble and now, the company has finally released a new version of its Nook for iPad app for the new iPad – this version of the app comes with Retina content and additional highlighting features.

By On April 4, 2012 Respond
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New iPad Users Very Satisfied With The Tablet

New iPad Users Very Satisfied With The Tablet

As soon as Apple released the new iPad, there was a lot of excitement over its new features. But then there was also criticism regarding a number of LTE-related problems, battery-charging issues and a lot more. However, it seems that the actual users of the new iPad do not care much about these criticisms and are very satisfied with the tablet.

By On April 3, 2012 Respond
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