It would be incredibly difficult to complain at Apple right now as the company closes its strongest quarter to date, although Wall Street does beg to differ. Despite reports to the contrary, iPad and iPhone sales have remained a powerful force in sales as they both ascend further with unmatched numbers. With Apple brining in another billion-dollar figure to its stockpile of cash, follow us after the break as we break down the sales that led Apple to such an industry-leading profit - and why the market finds itself disappointed.
Those lucky enough to snag first-day preorders, are you sure that tomorrow when your iPhone 5 is delivered, glistening in newness, that you want to break open the plastic seal and begin enjoying it at that very moment? That is, when somebody else that was not among the first to order at 3am could have it instead... for a steep premium that goes directly into your wallet.
Today Apple reported their financial results for its fiscal 2012 Q1, a period spanning 14 weeks that ended New Year's Eve, the 31st of December. According to Apple themselves, this has been the highest quarterly earnings every for the Cupertino-based company in all of the [almost] 36 years that it's been in existence.
Apple has been pretty open with everyone on how many applications have been downloaded from the app store. Progressively, as each major figure is reached, announcements are made. Last week, Apple announced that a total of more than 15 billion applications had been downloaded from the app store – a
RIPdev's Installer 4 has been updated to version 4.1 and can be downloaded as an update through the current version of the Installer4. The new version has all the features of the previous versions, with the addition of cancelable tasks, a progress indicator in the source refresh task, German localization by Iphone-notes.de, updated infrastructure for the upcoming InstallerApp, and assorted bug fixes.