If there's one thing I should have learned after being into video games for as long as I have, it's that nature abhors a vacuum. Even after watching countless genres swing out of and back into fashion over time, I still sometimes find myself lamenting the lack of games of a certain type during the
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Good news for fans of Crystal Siege [$2.99 (HD)], the action/tower-defense game published by FDG that released last year. The game has been stuck on the iPad since its release, but FDG is releasing the iPhone version this week, and they're going to make it a free universal update instead of a separate iPhone version.
Apple iPhone sales soared, but iPad purchases were still a bit sluggish.
Lots of interesting visualizations. The one that struck me was the last one, showing that the iPad remains ahead of the iPhone in terms of cumulative sales since launch. The gap is narrowing, however. ?
The iPhone was a big hit and while China was a huge reason, it's not the only one, says Apple's CEO. He still has high hopes for the iPad and shared an Apple Watch apps goal.
As a general rule, investors seemed happy with Apple's second-quarter earnings report, released after Monday's market close. But the results for the iPad were a disappointment. Apple sold 12.6 million iPads in the quarter, generating $5.43 billion in revenue. Impressive numbers? Not exactly. Unit sales were down 22% from a year [...]
So much for the "post-PC era:" Apple generated more revenue from Macs this quarter than iPads. A number of factors seem to be aiding the growth. Despite a contracting worldwide PC market, Apple managed to buck the trend — once again — by selling more Macs than it ever has during its second quarter: More than 4.5 million Macs in total. Show More Summary
If you're allergic to good news, look away now – profit and sales figures out Apple countered soaring iPhone and Mac sales with yet another down quarter for the iPad in its second quarter of fiscal 2015, ended March 31.…
Of course, the iPhone is still Apple’s big winner.
Apple just reported another insane financial quarter. But five years later, it isn't bragging much about the iPad. Apple just reported yet another gangbusters financial quarter. This time around, Cupertino is reporting a 33% quarterly...Show More Summary
The latest quarterly results were outstanding, again thanks to the iPhone as iPad sales continue to sag
Apple's iPad sales may be down 23% from this time last year, but the tablet still has a bright future ahead of it in the workplace, Apple CFO Luca Maestri insisted on today's quarterly earnings conference call. Apple is working withShow More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook said on today’s company earnings call that there are over 3,500 apps available at launch for the Apple Watch, which is better than the 1,000 total that were ready for iPad when that device launched in April of 2010, and 7 times the 500 apps available when the iPhone’s App Store first debuted in July of 2008. Show More Summary
Company makes $58 billion in revenue, 69 percent of which is from iPhone sales.
Apple only sold 12.6 million iPads in the last quarter. Tim Cook should place himself in stocks at the centre of Apple’s new spaceship HQ and allow analysts to pelt him with rotten tomatoes. Steve Jobs’ ghost should appear to him on iPadmas Eve and haunt him for his failings. Show More Summary
Moments ago AAPL reported Q2 earnings for the quarter ended March 31, 2015 which saw AAPL beat soundly on the top and bottom line as as result of a jump in iPhone sales, even as iPad and Mac sales came in below the expectation. EPS was...Show More Summary
Apple reported its second quarter 2015 financial results today, selling 61.1 million iPhones and 12.6 million iPads. The company posted quarterly revenue of $58 billion and quarterly net profit of $13.6 billion, or $2.33 per diluted share. Show More Summary
While Apple doesn't seem to have any problems shifting iPhones pretty much as fast as it can make them, sales data suggests that the peak for iPad sales may have come and gone, and now it's on a steady decline similar to that experienced by the iPod.
Apple reported another record quarter late Monday, just days after shipping its first new product since 2010's iPad, the Apple Watch.