News & Announcements

Apple Now Largest Mobile Phone Vendor in the World by Revenue

With iPhone & accessories sales hitting $10.47 billion in the winter 2010 quarter, Apple has now surpassed Nokia to become the world's largest mobile phone maker in terms of revenue.

Nokia's most recently reported quarter saw its Devices & Services division bringing in 7.17 billion Euros ($9.7 billion), and the company projects Q4 sales of 8.2 to 8.7 billion Euros ($11.4 to $11.7 billion), but this includes more than just its smartphone sales.

Apple's increased focus on China is paying off, with revenue from the nation quadrupling last quarter, thanks largely to strong sales and quick adoption of the iPhone and iPad, led by fourfold increase in China.

Win a US$10,000 iTunes Gift Card!

All you have to do is just download from the Mac App Store.

Nearly 10 billion apps have been downloaded from the App Store worldwide, and now Apple is offering a $10,000 iTunes gift card for the ten billionth app. Who'll be the lucky winner?

Link

Next iPhone?

Some design drawings have been leaked by tw.apple.pro which was believe to be for the next generation iPhone. The drawings aren't particularly revealing but they draw comparisons to the leaked iPhone parts video that was posted earlier this week, but was removed from YouTube on Apple's request. The video showed that the break points in the frame between the two antennas have been moved to different locations, indicating that the antenna design has been reworked for the new iPhone.

Source

New Year's Alarm Bug Won't Bother You After 3rd January, 2011.

Apple has confirmed an iOS bug where non-repeating alarms fail to ring on the first few days of the new year, recommending that users set recurring alarms until Jan. 3, when the alarms will resume working properly.

The bug occurs when the time tick over from 11:59 p.m. on December 31, 2010 to 12:00 a.m. on January 1, 2011, one-time alarms set for 12:01 a.m., for example, won’t go off. Recurring alarms will work as usual.

Apple has confirmed the bug, recommending that users set recurring alarms until after Jan. 3, after which the non-repeating alarms will resume working properly.

Source

2011 Happy New Year's !

2011

Wishing our readers a Happy New Year in 2011.

Syndicate content