Apple is slammed for delaying the lunch of an unannounced product. Nobody knows for sure if Apple is actually working on it. And a lot of people just doesn’t care about this unannounced product.
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People are actually switching to the iPhone. Don’t believe the
hype numbers about market share of Android. They don’t tell the whole story.
Apple is pitching the iPad as a powerful computing device. Many are asking if the iPad can be a computer replacement (try searching “ipad as a computer replacement” to get a better idea). Some people are actually dumping their computers in favour of the iPad, others are having trouble doing…
Apple, are you listening?
Now we know why this building will cost Apple a bunch of money. Wow, very impressive. The more I see of it, the more I like every bit of this.
The most dramatic move by Tim Cook was certainly to say goodbye to Scott Forstall, Steve Jobs’ protégé.
I certainly love Apple under Tim Cook leadership. He brings a more human approach to the company externally and I guess internally too. More comments here: http://www.technologytell.com/apple/126241/tim-cooks-leadership-means-a-more-responsible-apple/
Easy to guess for me: the next step for sapphire is the iWatch. This device will certainly need a very resistant glass.
Engineers are at a premium, yet Lenovo landed a new product engineer and celebrity pitchman when it inked a partnership with Ashton Kutcher on Tuesday night.
Do they think they got a Steve Jobs for cheap?
Yesterday’s Apple results were fairly unsurprising, as the company beat Wall Street’s Q4 estimates with a $7.5B profit on strong iPhones sales, flat iPad performance, and a steadily declining number of Macs. But on the call with analysts afterwards, Tim Cook continued what has become his most surprising new tradition as Apple’s CEO: he explicitly discussed Apple’s interest in new product categories.
Maybe a new tradition but he didn’t say much every time. So, stay tuned. Apple is working on something else.