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Japan and the US are bucking the trend as Windows Phone edges over 10 percent in Europe, and iOS sales fall in Australia despite the new iPhone's launch.
Apple’s global release of the new iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s will be hitting Indian shores on November 1. While it appears to have slashed prices, it may find it harder than before to find success.
It seems that the 2013 mobile landscape belongs to Qualcomm, partly due to the success the company is having with its Snapdragon 600 silicon, and Apple's expected production ramp of the iPhone 5S.
Britain's love affair with Apple products appears to be continuing, as Apple's iOS-based handsets enjoy a greater market share in the UK than globally. Android, however, remains the OS to beat.
One analyst believes Apple can double its entire iPad sales from two-and-a-half years in 2013 alone; the same for the iPhone. China remains the uncracked nut to Apple's success.
The Elevation Dock+ was finally delivered, about six months past the original planned launch date. It is an elegant dock and works well with the iPhone 4/4S, iPod touch, and nano with a future planned update for the iPhone 5.
Key to Apple's success has been its diligence in putting together a strong supply chain to make sure products like the iPhone 5 come out perfect. Here's where it begins.
Network giant AT&T says Apple's latest iPhone has broken sales record in the first weekend of the highly-anticipated smartphone going on sale.
Samsung's success in the U.S. is both a blessing and a curse. It dominates the U.S. smartphone market, even outshining Apple's iPhone. But delays, sales injunctions, and supply chain issues are hampering Samsung's latest efforts to crank out its Galaxy S III smartphone to the market.
Both the mobile processor and touchscreen chip markets are expected to double, or even triple, over the course of the next few years. Analysts and researchers are pointing towards the success of the iPhone and iPad.
In 2011, Samsung became the world's largest manufacturer of smartphones, when it overtook both Apple and Nokia, according to US-based research company HIS iSuppli. However, the success of Apple's iPhone 4S enabled Apple to outsell Samsung in the year's final quarter.
Apple's local success with the iPhone 4S may be short lived, with Samsung today filing a motion for an injunction in the Federal Court of New South Wales to block the device, as well as the previous model, the iPhone 4, and the iPad 2.
From Android outselling Apple's iPhone to the success of Linux and Wikipedia, all are examples of peer-to-peer (P2P) production. According to Belgian theorist Michel Bauwens these new internet-enabled models will transform society, leading to what he calls a P2P political economy.
We all knew the iPhone was going to be popular on Verizon and as is typical for the iPhone sales numbers rocked yesterday. Verizon stopped taking pre-orders from existing customers late last night.
While RIM tried to copy emulate the Apple success formula by announcing secretive press conference, and then using said conference to announce the new Touch 9800, it's clear that RIM's new baby was no iPhone killer. But it doesn't matter, because BlackBerrys are still very popular ... but why are they so popular?
Will antenna engineers heed Apple's call?
With over 1.7 million devices sold in the first several days, iPhone 4 is an unqualified success for Apple and AT&T from a pure sales perspective. But will the spotty 3G network coverage require subscribers to take matters into their own hands?
The key to success is compliance. myBETAapp is an iPhone app reminds people to take their injections and tracks them. The electronic diary can then be shared with caregivers.
It took the iPhone 74 days to hit the magic 1 million sales mark. The iPad has accomplished the same feat in under half the time.
The more that is uncovered regarding Microsoft Windows Phone 7 strategy, the more I become convinced that the Redmond giant has learned little from Apple's success with the iPhone.