Archive | January 15th, 2013

Wi-Fi and Cellular models of the iPad Mini and 4th Gen iPad coming to China this Friday

15. January 2013

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As projected by Apple CEO Tim Cook on his recent visit to China, Apple on Monda announced that both the WiFi and cellular models of the iPad Mini and the fourth-gen iPad will launch in China this Friday. Apple today announced the Wi-Fi + Cellular versions of iPad mini and the new fourth generation iPad [...]

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The motivation to keep Apple shares down until January 19

15. January 2013

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With all of the controversy and speculation surrounding Apple’s cutback in iPhone 5 display orders, some skeptics are alleging that this is simply nothing more than a classic “lets manipulate Apple’s share price before earnings” type of game. To that end, John Gruber directs us to this interesting piece from Joe Springer back in November. [...]

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AppleCare comes under fire again, this time in Belgium

15. January 2013

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Not too long ago, Apple ran afoul of the law in Italy on account of its warranty’s for AppleCare. Specifically, Apple was chastised for selling such warranty’s to consumers because the law in Italy – and the entire EU for that matter – dictates that a two year warranty should come standard anyhow. Now Apple [...]

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More economical iPhone model may utilize joint plastic/metal design

15. January 2013

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Digitimes adds new details to its previous reports concerning Apple’s plans to release an entry level and more economical iPhone model. A few weeks ago the publication relayed that Apple will release a larger, and yet cheaper, iPhone device that will be targeted for emerging markets. This report was soon corroborated by the WSJ which [...]

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Apple’s iPhone cut is old news

15. January 2013

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Is the story regarding Apple cutting its iPhone 5 display orders bad news? Could this be an attempt to manipulate the stock ahead of a blockbuster earnings release? BusinessInsider thinks as much, and points out the following stories going as far back as December 5 which reference a cut in Apple’s March quarter iPhone orders. [...]

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