For the first time in 13 years Apple posted a decline in revenue – including a 16 percent drop in iPhone sales – and the vultures are circling.
As the amount of enterprise workers using tablets continues to grow, Microsoft should have little trouble increasing the number of Windows 10 devices it sells, Computerworld said in an article highlighting the recent findings of analysts at J. Gold Associates.
Demand for ultramobiles (basic and utility tablets) – a category that includes the iPad, iPad mini, Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5, Nexus 7 and Acer Iconia Tab 8 – is forecast by Gartner to decline 3.4 percent in 2016.
Apple's live event Monday delivered what we thought it would, and the two stars of the show were the iPhone SE and the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. The latter might even replace the PC altogether, according to one Apple exec.
Tablet shipment numbers haven't been great in recent years – and 2016 is no different – but that trend might change soon, according to research firm IDC's latest statistics.
Apple is expected to release a 4-inch iPhone, a revamped iPad and new Apple Watch bands at a press event on March 21, reported BuzzFeed's John Paczkowski.
Apple will reportedly reveal additions to its iPhone and iPad family of products at an event on March 15, according to 9to5Mac.
Apple is reportedly looking to incorporate wireless charging technology in its mobile devices as early as next year, according to unnamed sources who spoke with Bloomberg.
Apple sold 5 million fewer iPads in the quarter ending Dec. 26 compared to a year ago and just barely sold more iPhones. While it still managed to boost revenue, the company is facing some challenges.
Accessory maker Brydge unveiled on Monday a pair of Bluetooth wireless keyboards for the iPad Pro and iPad mini 4.