Brand war between Samsung and Apple has reached yet another level, and it seems there is no end to this war in the near term. Samsung Electronics
Co. has blamed Apple to be violating its mobile and user interface patents, and henceforth has asked Japan and Australia judges to put a temporary
A tribute paid by 19- year -old Jonathan Mak, a Hong Kong-based student, to Steve Jobs (1955 to 2011) has created an instant fame for him.
The step by Apple, to open outlet at China’s oldest and renowned University, has attracted criticism. The decision of it opening a shop at the campus made its fan furious as 16,000 people posted against it on Sina's Weibo, a popular social networking site of China.
Adding more excitement levels among their potential consumers, Apple Inc officials recently announced that soon they would be offering 3G iPad 2 in Chinese market.
Moreover, according to reports, the company was supposed to be one step closer in commencing the iPad 2 tablet computers sales.
As per the reported information, recently Indonesia’s biggest online brokerage dealers declared that in order to increase their sales, they would be utilizing the Apple Inc. (AAPL) iPhones popularity.
While, the company officials further claimed that they would especially be targeting the youth to buy these iPhones.
News of resignation of Chief Executive of Apple Inc, Steve Jobs, received a mixed response from the market, as market saw topsy-turvy reaction from the Company as well as from its stakeholders.
It has been widely known that Steve Jobs had been battling with cancer for a long time and it was just a matter of time that he hangs his boots. Though Tim Cook was quickly named CEO of the Company, perhaps that’s the reason that shares of the company got appreciation in Asia trade on Thursday.
China’s second largest mobile operator, Unicom said though they have registered 9% fall in their first quarter profit, the low was not that deep as it was expected, and the credit goes to booming sales of Apple Inc's iPhone, as only it is left in the country which sells Apple's iPhones.
Apple surpasses Lenovo in its sales in the second quarter of the financial year in Greater China. The increase in sales takes place with the increase in the demand of iPhones, iPads and Macintosh computers.
After the news of fake Apple retail stores in China, now a few have been notified in the countries from Croatia, Venezuela and a few others.
Apple witnesses a gain in the sales of its products in China by 6 times, by the first quarter of the year ended in June, in comparison to the sales previous year. The Apple’s Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook, the sales grew mainly in the mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, amounting to revenue of US$3.8 billion in the quarter.