Are the iPhone and iPad losing their grip on the market? At least three Citi bank analysts think so. According to analysts Glen Yeung, Jim Suva and Walter H. Pritchard, estimates revealed that Apple will see a steady decline in the next few months over its high-demand products. And with
What if the iPhone was named something completely different? What if Apple opted to call its handheld device something a bit more catchy, like Mobi, Telepod — or even iPad? It may appear strange at first, but former advertising creative director Ken Segall told a marketing class at the University
Google’s latest invention, Project Glasses, is one to be swooning over. The Mountain View-based company is upgrading its eyewear with a small computer chip hidden in the lense to bring technology even closer to your senses. And better yet? It will be compatible with your iPhone.
The first line of inexpensive iPhones is set for an unofficial release this summer. Following a meeting with Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer, noted Morgan Stanely analyst Katy Huberty is more confident than ever that Apple will introduce the much-anticipated low-cost iPhone by July. She also mentioned that the tech giant
With the increasing popularity of mobile devices, it’s just a matter of time before we all start typing on touchscreens. And Apple is doing everything it can to make the transition comfortable for everyone.
Apple’s iPhone 5 supplanted Samsung’s Galaxy S3 as the top-selling smartphone worldwide last quarter, reports Strategy Analytics. The Apple phone sold a staggering 27.4 million iPhone 5 units globally, capturing a 12.6 percent market share. Meanwhile, Samsung was unseated from the top spot, shipping 15.4 million Galaxy S3 units for
Apple is taking its next step forward with its iPhone products, hoping to unveil a $330 iPhone mini as early as this summer, according to Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty. The low-cost iPhone will presumably add additional revenue in its international market, specifically China, expecting to draw in a 20
It seems that the iPhone 5 passcode lock isn’t quite as hack-proof as you may have originally thought. According to Adrian D’Urso of JailbreakNation, the iPhone 5 is quite easy to break into, once you get the hang of it. Once completed, the security flaw allows anyone to make phone
It didn’t take long for Apple to strike back against Brazil’s copyright regulators who sided with the local firm Gradiente Electronica SA on Wednesday over the use of the “iPhone” brand name. Today, the tech giant is challenging the ruling set by the Institute of Industry Property (INPI), citing that
The anticipation of the next iPhone release has hit full stride and we can’t help but throw our two cents into the latest round of speculations.