All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘iPod’

Apple Rumor Roundup: Big Things Coming In 2012

The iPhone rumor mill appears to be rumbling to life once again. It’s gotten a bit of a late start this year, likely due to the later-than-usual release of the current iPhone – fall, as opposed to mid-summer. But now reports are starting to surface about across-the-board redesigns for all of Apple’s products, not just the iPhone. Two weeks ago …

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Black Friday Deals At Apple Stores: Macs, iPads, iPods, and Accessories

Yesterday, announcements for a Black Friday sale began popping up on Apple’s sites in the U.S., UK, Australia and many more locations. It was pretty non-specific, simply saying that a one-day event was to take place on November 25th, and that it would include deals on Macs, iPods and iPads. According to some leaked details obtained by 9to5Mac, this year’s …

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An iPod Tree And The Android Story

In today’s infographic round-up, we get a couple of evolutionary tales about rivals Apple and Google. One focuses on ten years of the iPod, and the other is about the Android Story. As an added bonus, we threw one in from Salesforce about AppExchange surpassing 1 million installs. View more infographic round-ups here. Cult of Mac looks at the life …

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Apple Earnings Call: Tim Cook Expresses Gratitude for Steve Jobs Condolences

Apple released its Q4 earnings report. While it missed some estimates, it still had a record September quarter and all time record for iPad and Mac sales. Though iPhone sales were down, it was still a record September quarter for iPhone sales. CEO Tim Cook opened the earnings conference call by noting that this was the first one since the …

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Apple Devotes Homepage to Remembering Steve Jobs

As you would imagine the death of Steve Jobs has hit Apple quite hard, They’ve updated their homepage to include a single image remembering the legacy of Steve Jobs. You can see the image above. After you click the image you’re greeted with the following message, and an email address where you can leave your condolences. “Apple has lost a …

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Apple Updates the iPod Nano

Phil Shiller took the stage at Apple’s “Let’s talk iPhone” event to talk about the iPod nano. He called it ” a really fun way to enjoy music wherever you are.” The updated nano even features big icons, instead of the classic 2×2 stack. Some new updates to the iPod nano: – Compact design – Multi-Touch display – Volume buttons …

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Apple iPhone Event: Cook Talks iPod Revolution

After talking about the success of the Apple Store and the recent openings in China, Tim Cook talked Mac at today’s iPhone event. He then moved on to how the iPod “revolutionized the industry.” He says the iPod has 78% of the portable music player market, compared to “other” at 22%. You may note that Microsoft has discontinued Zune. Over …

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Apple Rumors, iPods, Privacy & Video Sharing

Today’s infographic roundup looks at Apple rumors, the life of the iPod, privacy on Facebook and Google+ and habits of online video viewers. Perhaps the best infographic here, however, is the one from Fast Company at the bottom about the cliches employed by infographics. You be the judge. View more daily infographic compilations here. PC Mag looks at the anatomy …

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Is Apple Killing The iPod Shuffle and Classic?

As companies move forward with new, exciting products, it’s inevitable that they need to phase out older, less inventive products. It looks like Apple is doing just that, as they might be discontinuing the iPod classic and iPod shuffle. TUAW says that they have been “sitting on a tip” for a little while now, and an unidentified source has told …

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Gamestop To Accept Trade-Ins For iPhones, iPads, and iPods

In what many are considering a puzzling decision, Gamestop will now accept trade-ins for used iOS devices. If you’re unfamiliar with Gamestop, they’re one of the most popular video game stores in the country. Their business model is built around the tried-and-true pawn shop ideal. People can trade in their old games for cash, or store credit. They take these …

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Apple Get’s iPods.com At No Cost

It’s been common practice for Apple to fork over large sums of money to obtain desirable domain names. For example, back in 2007 Apple shelled out at least $1 million to get their hands on iPhone.com. More recently the company had to pay $4.5 million to acquire the iCloud.com domain name. In an interesting turn of events, Apple was awarded …

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iPhone Sales Drive Massive Revenue and Profit Growth for Apple

Apple released its second-quarter financial results today. This includes a record March quarter driving 83% revenue growth, and 95% profit growth. Second quarter revenue came to $24.67 billion with profit at $5.99 billion ($6.40 per diluted share). For the same period last year, the company reported 13.50 billion revenue and $3.07 billion profit. The company also recorded year-over-year iPhone sales …

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