After losing a UK court appeal last week, Apple today posted a note on its UK site saying that Samsung didn’t copy the iPad’s design with its Galaxy Tab tablets.
Unsurprisingly, he says, ” “I think people when the look at the offerings will really want an iPad.”
Will Apple hit or miss? It’s all down to iPhone 5 numbers.
Guest Post After years of disparaging 7-inch tablets, Apple changed course. What does the company hope to gain? The answer is market segmentation — and putting even more pressure on its competitors’ profit margins.
“It’s been an incredible year … a truly prolific year of innovation for Apple,” Tim Cook said today. He’s right.
Editor’s Pick The iPad mini may increase fragmentation, but it is also likely to expand the gaming market, according to many game experts we talked to.
In a surprising move today, Apple launched a new version of its full-size and in the process, it killed its seven-month old third-gen iPad. That model, which had a base price of $500 yesterday, now runs for $380 refurbished.
Well, we warned you to sell your iPad before today’s massive Apple event. And did you? Apparently not, according to gadget re-seller Gazelle.
Editor’s Pick There were a LOT of other Apple announcements today: Retina 13″ MacBook Pro, new iPad fourth generation, new Mac minis, new iMacs, new iTunes, and more. But the big deal was the little guy, the iPad mini.
Apple claims that the iPad mini is the best 7-inch tablet in the world. Are they right? We take a look at it versus the competition.
Who needs an iPad mini when you can have an even better full-size iPad? Apple surprised us with the announcement of a fourth-generation iPad with a fast A6X processor, support for more wireless carriers, and an HD camera on front for video chat.
Today, Apple finally pulled back the curtain on the iPad Mini: a smaller tablet (naturally) for better one-handed use. Apple’s marketing head Phil Schiller described it as “thinner than a pencil” and “as light as a pad of paper.”
Apple announced today that it has now sold more than 100 million iPads around the world, a feat that makes the iPad far and away the best-selling tablet ever.
Editor’s Pick The rumors were true. Five million PHP developers will now be able to design and build mobile apps for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry.
Samsung is severing its display deal with Apple as the relationship between the two companies continues to go downhill.
We’ve already seen that older versions of iPads hit the auction block at re-sale sites when new versions are rumored. But this time it’s not just iPads.
Apple is announcing new tablets and more tomorrow. Microsoft is debuting Windows 8, Surface tablets, and maybe more on Friday. Now Google is getting into the game too, with a rumored Nexus-focused event on October 29 in New York.
Apple may have just “a little more to show” us, but this week’s Apple event in San Jose is turning into perhaps more than just a little more. In fact, not to put too fine a point on it, it’s potentially turning into a lot.
When it comes to tablet engagement, it seems like smaller devices lead to big gains.
Flit has a social shopping platform that works when you want to comparison-shop across sites.
Apple just sent out invitations to a potential iPad Mini press event event on October 23, teasing “We’ve got a little more to show you.”
Still think the leaked iPad Mini pricing was a mistake?
Romo 1 earned Kickstarter pledges of $114,796. But the newest Romo is just getting started.
Is Apple being aggressive enough on iPad Mini pricing? Well … maybe.
iPad Mini models and prices have been revealed by someone with access to the internal system of Europe’s largest electronics retailer, Media Markt.
The iPad Mini’s potential launch date is no accident.
“People are definitely interested in a mid-sized tablet from Apple,” Gazelle’s Anthony Scarsella told me today. “Trade-ins doubled on the 16th of last month, and volumes have stayed high since.”
Today, Samsung won a reversal of the sales ban on the Galaxy Nexus phone imposed after Apple’s August court win. Also today, Apple won at least a stay of execution on the iPhone and iPad sales ban imposed after Samsung’s August legal victory.
It’s not just about daily deals anymore: Soon you may be using Groupon’s new iPad register service Breadcrumb to check out of restaurants.
A McDonald’s restaurant in Hampton Roads, Virginia, is trying a novel approach to customer satisfaction.
Apple has started mass production of the so-called iPad Mini, which is expected to be announced later this month.
They said they were going to do it. Now they’ve done it.
Rumors peg Apple to start sending out invites soon to an October event announcing the iPad Mini.
Our closest look yet at Apple’s smaller tablet.
Double Robotics, the Y Combinator grad which created probably the best-looking telepresence robots on the planet, announced a $250,000 investment from Grishin Robotics today — and the fact that Double has already sold 600 units of its first model for $1.2 million in pre-sales to 24 universities and 17 Fortune 500 companies.
Apple’s new iOS 6 operating system is now available for several models of the iPhone and iPad, and it’s chock full of new features.
Sterne Agee analyst Shaw Wu has upped his price target for Apple stock for the second time since the iPhone 5 release. He now believes the stock will hit a stratospheric $840 based on two things: iPhone 5 and iPad mini.
Still waiting for that new iPad mini? Or perhaps you couldn’t wait and decided to drop $199 on some 7-inch tablet?
How about a $50 Android tablet?
Twitter released two new updates this morning, making user profiles much more visual and updating the Twitter experience on mobile with a new photostream widget.
iDevices make people crazy, apparently.
That’s the only explanation I can think why 40 percent of consumers would rather get in a fender-bender than accidentally destroy their iPad. Or why a third would rather have a root canal, and 16 crazy percent would rather break their nose.