When Nokia decided to get back into the mobile industry this year it suddenly made news, and mostly for nostalgic reasons. Just a decade ago Nokia, along with Motorola ruled the mobile industry with the Finnish tech giant releasing a new phone every other month. With the advent of the Smartphone, however, both Nokia and Motorola were relegated to the sidelines with Apple and South Korea’s Samsung taking their place.
Apple is on the verge of releasing its latest flagship iPhone 8 in September, which is considered to be a revolutionary change in the iPhone line. However, it seems the company has already made plans for iPhone 9 and rumors are already beginning to enter into the market with many speculating that it will offer more exclusive features than iPhone 8. If the rumors are to be believed, the new iPhone will feature battery developed by LG and is likely to come in two different versions with 5.28 inch and 6.46 inch respectively. This tells us that iPhone 9 will at least be bigger in size than its predecessor. Obviously, these are only rumors unless the company itself announce the product and its feature, which is not going to be soon, especially when iPhone 8 is about to release next month.
With the launch of Google Pixel and iPhone7 in October 2016 and September 2016 respectively, the high-end mobile marketplace went abuzz. Attribute it to sheer curiosity or the desire to make educated decisions, Smartphone enthusiasts’ scurried web pages to compare the year’s two biggest launches. If you too are one of the lot but with limited appetite for technical specifications, then the article is for you. Here, we discuss and compare both the phones on key parameters that drive purchase decisions.
So, the iPhone 6 has created quite some hype and those whose pockets are large enough are already buying the piece. In fact, there is news that at Sydney customers camped outside the store in order to buy an iPhone.
Finally it is official- Apple’s iPhone 6 is all set to be launch at the mega event at Flinch Center in Cupertino, the city which saw the computing big wig bloom into its present cyclopean stature. Apple’s cryptic invitation message sent to shutterbugs and journalists in the city and around had created a whole lot of hullabaloo. Speculations ran high as to what would be the next big launch by the head honcho. The grand affair at the venue grabbed attention of passers-by who could not help wondering what is the big event about to happen on the D-Day- September 9th.
Apple is all set to launch iPhone 5C 8GB model in India to increase its sales. The one thing the 5C has going for it, is the price. The 5C, as you would already know, is the slightly cheaper variant of the iPhone, placed below the iPhone 5S in the current lineup. Apple hopes the reduced price factor will help it break into new markets like India.
The developers of the iPad Mini are not bothered by the pricing and are looking towards dominating the market with their latest tablet offering. Apple has successfully sold over 100 million units over the past two years and they have no plans of stopping there.
If you are about to buy a new phone and think that more megapixels will offer you a better screen, this article will surely turn an eye opener for you.
The tie-up of Google and Apple hardware and software resulted in the announcement of Microsoft’s taking under of the suffering Nokia handset business. If this works, the existence of Microsoft’s Windows Operating System in the vast mobile world is ensured. However, it was late that Google was taken aback and sold its Motorola Division to China’s Lenovo.
iPhone 5S is gaining popularity in India quite rapidly and now Apple is aiming to reach Rs.1,000 crore this quarter from sales. If the company is able to achieve this target then iPhone 5S will become the most successful smart phone launches of this year. Apple has set a goal to double the sales they got for iPhone 5 in the same quarter last year, which had made the company the 2nd largest vendor in the country.