According to a new report by analyst Peter Misek, suppliers have begun to ship parts for Apple’s new television set, as the company gears up to begin production as soon as May.
In an interesting comparison, Asymco’s Horace Dediu has put the Macs of 2008 head to head the with the two latest iPad models in their maximum configuration. Let’s see who comes out on top!
During the new iPad announcement on Wednesday, Apple announced it would drop the price of the Wi-Fi only 16GB iPad 2 to $399. It was assumed the price drop would take effect on March 16th, the new iPad’s launch date.
@twittercomms has published a graph of iPad-related Twitter activity during Apple’s keynote on Wednesday. The peak moments were when Apple announced the price and next generation wireless.
Now that Apple’s new iPad has officially been announced, those wishing to upgrade may be wondering exactly which device will best suit their needs. We take a look at the various options in the hope of helping you decide.
Apple has just lowered the price of their refurbished iPad 2s, which now start at just $349 for a 16GB WiFi model – $50 less than the newly lowered $399 pricing for a brand new device, and $70 less than they were just 24 hours ago.
Just as expected, demand for the new iPad appears to be strong. Apple’s pre-order page now lists both the white 16GB and 64 GB AT&T LTE models as having a delivery date of March 19th.
Apple has announced a $100 price drop for the iPad 2, allowing it to compete with the other low-end tablets on the market and giving consumers a more affordable iPad option.
Apple’s last five keynotes just in case you missed them.
Verizon Wireless has posted a teaser page on their website. It reads: “Something is coming. be among the first to hear the news.”
Running a business through a smartphone or tablet device is quickly becoming the way to do things for savvy small business owners. Some may purchase the devices for the “cool factor”, but many are finding that the increased productivity and efficiency from using the devices are a pleasant surprise.
An interesting official White House picture depicts Barack Obama receiving a Presidential Daily Briefing on January 31st. But what’s interesting about the image is how he is receiving the briefing – on the iPad 2!
The city of Vancouver. WA, whose City Council switched to using Apple’s iPad for meetings in January, has reported substantial savings since switching, and expects to save a much as 50,000 pages of printing per year.
Digitimes is reporting a rumor that makers in Apple’s supply chain have started delivering samples of 7.85 inch iPads for verification. According to industry sources, volume production could begin in the 3rd quarter of 2012 at the earliest.
Barack Obama has revealed that he has League Pass on his iPad. Now that’s a cool president!
It’s almost spring, and young man’s thoughts turn to… baseball! MLB.com At Bat 12 is now available in the App Store. The app lets you stay connected to your favorite teams and players all the way from spring training, right up to the World Series.