Looks like something’s really hungry. You need to feed it quick! And remember, as you feed it, the messy cable of your iPad or iPhone charger is kept intact for good. So wouldn’t you like to feed the Nibbles CabeKeep?
Today, Apple launched a 128B version of the 4th generation iPad. Available in both Wi-Fi only and Wi-Fi + Cellular, this new iPad with Retina display has double the storage capacity, and will also be available in both white and black. Apple says, “With more than 120 million iPads sold, it’s clear that customers around the world love their iPads…”
Apple stock (AAPL) has hit the lowest in almost a year. There has been recent reports that the company has reduced the component orders, due to weak sales of the iPhone 5. This might be the reason behind such a drop. The current stock price dipped below the $500 mark, first time in several months.
A vacation is a necessity after a year long of hard work. If you as so much crave for it so does your iPhone that constantly shares your work load all day long. Give your beloved gadget a desirable break by gifting it the iBeach.
The 21.5 inch iMac has finally gone on sale, although the 27-inch version is still available as a pre-order, . With a stunning display, the new iMac is unmatched in quality and elegance. Not to mention it measures just 5 mm thin at its edge and features a completely “re-engineered display” that has 75% less reflection.
Apple recently revealed the number of iPad (4th generation) and iPad Minis sold this opening weekend. It seems to be 3 million units. As per Apple CEO Tim Cook, “We set a new launch weekend record and practically sold out of iPad minis“.
Possibly, one of the worst kept secret in Apple’s history, the iPad Mini was launched today…as everyone on Earth predicted. Launched today at the Apple’s event in San Jose., the iPad Mini features a 1024×768 pixel 7.9 inch screen, up to 10 hr battery life and starts with a 16Gb $329 model. Pre-order starts from October 26.
Since the launch of the iPhone 5, Apple has lost over $70 billion in market value. The stock price was the highest on the day of the launch at $705.07, but since then it kept on dropping. On Tuesday (10/8/2012) the stock price was $623.55, the lowest in two months! That’s a drop of over $70 billion, from $661 billion on September 21st, to $585 billion yesterday.