Complaints weren’t in short supply when it came to the introduction of Apple’s in-house Maps app, which was part of the recent iOS 6 release.
Now that iOS 6 is out, we can begin wondering how it will impact Apple’s next rumored product: the iPad Mini.
Apple’s Keynote Address today gave us more than just an iPhone 5 and new iPod family. It also gave us some insight into how much the iPad Mini will cost.
In the reawakened war of tablet supremacy, Amazon has fired the first shot, but Apple has a strategy up its sleeve.
Apple’s other much-anticipated device, the iPad Mini, shouldn’t have a problem dominating the market, according to some analysts.
The only thing Apple needs to figure out is how much profit they want to make off the smaller tablet.
If Apple’s iPad Mini wants to be competitively priced, Apple may not be making a huge profit from its smaller tablet.
Apple’s popular AirPlay technology that allows users to stream music to wireless speakers and zap videos from their iPhone or iPad to their television set is receiving a major upgrade next month.
When Apple releases its smaller tablet — the iPad Mini — sometime before the holidays, expect many more downloads from the world’s most valuable company’s iTunes store.
Those looking forward to Apple announcing their much-anticipated iPad Mini alongside the iPhone 5 on Sept. 12 shouldn’t get their hopes up until October.
Will the iPad Mini be released alongside the much-anticipated iPhone 5?