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.
A new report this morning claims that Apple may be launching a cheaper 8GB version of the iPad 2, and limiting the iPad 3 to only 16GB and 32GB models.
Amidst reports that Apple will introduce the iPad 3 next week, a survey of consumers not planning to purchase an iPad shows that 20 percent would buy an iPad 2 if Apple were to continue to sell the device and offer it for $100 less.
iPad owners are preparing for the release of the iPad 3 by getting rid of their old models to collect some cash to apply to the purchase of the upcoming new models. The number of iPads traded in to eBay during the month of February was up tenfold over the same period last year.
Apple is defending the iPad name by claiming that the device became synonymous with both the company name and the tablets. “When consumers see a tablet with an iPad trademark, they know it comes from Apple, and not from another company.”
Now that Apple has confirmed March 7th as the date for their iPad media event, many people will be rushing to sell their iPad 2s to prepare for the big launch day. But what’s the best way to sell your iPad 2 and get the most money out of it?
Apple’s Mac business sales grew a huge 50.9 percent at the end of 2011. This easily outpaced Apple’s already impressive overall growth in Mac sales.
Following their offer of a $50 discount on all iPad 2 models, Best Buy is now reportedly removing the iPad 2 from their inventory system ahead of Apple’s highly anticipated announcement of the iPad 3.
With the release of the iPad 3 right around the corner, a number of retailers are starting to reduce prices on their iPad2 inventory. Best Buy has now slashed $50 off the price of all iPad 2s, which now start at $449.99.
Apple is allowed to continue iPad sales in Shanghai after a local court sided with them in a trademark dispute with Proview over who owns the “iPad” name.