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Apple Still Going Strong, Despite the Perception They Aren’t

With all of the new Android devices being released almost weekly, and the major decline in Apple’s stock since last fall, you would think that Apple is about to go out of business. This, of course, is an exaggeration as Apple just release their Q2 (Second Quarter) earnings numbers on Tuesday and...

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Verizon’s iPhone 4 Launching Ahead of Schedule

Posted by Zack | Posted in Consumer Electronics | Posted on 12-02-2011

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Verizon iPhone 4The big news for the past couple of weeks has, without a doubt, been the deal made between Apple and Verizon which saw the very first iPhone on a carrier other than AT&T. Apple’s one-of-a-kind smartphone has been on AT&T exclusively since the original iPhone debuted in 2007. A mere four years later we now have the iPhone 4 and the first iPhone to be released on a carrier other than AT&T.

People have been eagerly awaiting the physical release of the iPhone 4 at Verizon stores across the country and it appears that they may be getting them sooner than expected. According to insider reports, Apple has begun shipping their first online orders for the smartphone an entire week earlier than initially expected.

Orders that were placed on February 9th were slated to be delivered on or before February 18th. However, shipping notices are now being sent out, specifying a “deliver by” date of February 16th. According to reports, Apple supposedly stockpiled an initial production of two million CDMA iPhone 4 units in December and January, reserving an unknown proportion of the initial phones to give to its existing customers as pre-orders on February 3rd. The initial batch of phones was sold out on the first day.

Apple began accepting web orders on the 9th of February offering either reserved in-store pickup or free delivery for those patient enough to wait a week or two for their new phone to ship and arrive. The initial orders estimated a five day shipping delay after the initial ship date.

This appears to be a more efficient ordering process that is capable of handling the demand for this new iPhone 4 and the new carrier. It prevented the long lines that plagued the initial iPhone 4 release for AT&T last summer.

Source: Apple Insider – Apple begins shipping Verizon iPhone 4 web orders one week early

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The Third Beta for Apple’s iOS 4.3 Releases

Posted by Zack | Posted in Consumer Electronics | Posted on 01-02-2011

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Apple iOS 4.3The third pre-release Beta of iOS 4.3, Apple’s forthcoming software update for their beloved iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch to developers, has been released making it the third release in nearly three weeks.

The third beta of iOS 4.3 comes to us under the title of 8F5166b and comes to us just weeks after the first beta of the update was released. Full details about what may or may not be included or have been changed or unchanged in this newest software update are still up in the air.

January 12 marked the first beta release for iOS 4.3 revealing a new Personal Hotspot feature which will allow an iPhone to share its 3G internet connection with as many as five devices via Wi-Fi if your carrier allows it. The new software also allows third-party applications to use AirPlay in order to stream video. There is even a software option to change the iPad hardware switch between mute and orientation lock.

The second beta landed just a week later on January 19, the same time Apple revealed the new iPad multi-touch gestures were just a preview of coming features allowing you to gather input. Apple stated that the feature, which includes four-finger gestures to switch between multitasking applications or return to the home screen, will not be available to customers in the first release.

This newest beta came just a day before Apple and News Corporation were set to launch The Daily, a new tablet-only daily newspaper. The Daily is said to run $0.99 per week and could very well debut next to an update to iOS that would allow recurring application subscribers through the app store.

A lot of people are excited about iOS 4.3 and it seems that Apple wants to make sure their customers are getting what they want by releasing all of these betas. Now if we could only get video game developers to do the same thing.

Source: Apple Insider

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