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.
Earlier this week Apple announced they would be taking iPad app submissions, and from what has been discovered on iTunes Preview — a section of Apple's site that lists of all of the apps in the iTunes App Store — it appears Apple has already started approving iPad apps. This was first noticed with games that appear multiple times, having "HD" or "XL" in their titles (presumably meaning they are built for the larger iPad resolution). These games appear on the iTunes Preview page, but the HD or XL versions don't appear in the iTunes App Store.
We also found two apps from The Omni Group on this page which have been rumored to be in the works, OmniGraffle and OmniGraphSketcher. Likewise, these do not appear in the iTunes App Store either. Another exciting find was six listings for Command & Conquer Red Alert, with only two being available in the App Store.