Case maker Kensington is working hard to make your iPad Air work hard for you. The company has just announced the redesign of its popular professional line of KeyFolio cases. Now, you can bring your lighter, thinner tablet to the office and show off just how efficient you are with mobile computing.
Apple’s Quarterly Earnings Reveal Solid Growth – 33.8 Million iPhones and 14.1 Million iPads Sold this Past Quarter
Today, Apple held its quarterly earnings call for the fourth quarter of 2013. The company met its predicted guidance and actually surpassed it by 0.5 percent. The company posted record sales of the iPhone with 33.8 million, a record for the September quarter. Apple sold 26.9 million iPhones for the same quarter last year. Additionally, the company sold 14.1 million iPads this quarter, up from 14.1 million during the same quarter last year. Interestingly, 60 percent of the fourth quarter’s revenues were from international sales. Read More »
Even though the iPad Mini might be the victim of shortages and delays, it appears that the iPad Air will have plenty of stock. It is rumored that you’ll even have the option to order online and then pick it up in the store. This is not an option which is typically available at a new product launch, which clearly means that Apple is confident that they will have enough iPad Airs to go around.
Apple recently announced that it would be holding its quarterly earnings conference call today at 2:00 p.m. PT. Since the announcement, tech analysts have been busy predicting what the company’s recent profits and losses were for the most recent fiscal quarter. CNN Money gathered together a list of 48 amateur and pro analysts and came up with some averages based on the numbers.
Welcome back to our weekly how-to and tutorial guide. Apple doesn’t give you a comprehensive guide to your iOS device. Instead, the company likes to leave it up to you to explore and discover all of the things you can do on your new iPad. We like to help with that discovery by offering tips and tricks on how to make the most out of your Apple tablet. Last week, we explained how to turn on the feature that allows you to run apps in the background.
Today, the company that created a traditional ink pen that connects to your mobile device has launched the third version of their SmartPen. This new version uses Bluetooth Smart wireless technology to make it possible for you to take notes with pen and paper and then transfer those notes to your iPad and share them with others as PDF files.
Two very cool new programmable robots made by Play-i are current under development and are seeking funding for a summer 2014 release. The idea is to provide children with a “toy” that is both fun and educational, with the focus of teaching them how to program.
This Friday, I’ll be in line with the hundreds of other Apple fans, waiting for my new iPad Air. While I am very excited to be getting the new tablet, it comes at a cost. My favorite iPad keyboard case will no longer fit. Luckily, Logitech has just announced that the entire line of iPad folios and keyboard cases will be updated to fit the new iPad Air. Looks like I’ll still be able to type away in style after next week.
Apple has released the new version of GarageBand for iOS 7 and after using it for a few days it’s time to return and report my findings. Overall I am very happy with this update but we won’t know its full power until running it on the yet-to-ship new iPads.
Welcome back to another Monday and another week of new and awesome apps. Each week, Apple spotlights a particular app or game, oftentimes several, which has a special something that makes it the Editor’s choice that week. Last week, Apple gave the award to Device 6. The cerebral puzzle game will have you all turned around as you literally follow the words to the end of the story.
This week, Apple has given the nod to a zombie shooter that will have you screaming in terror.