Sony is spinning its moneymaking image sensor business into its own company that’ll be named Sony Semiconductor Solutions. And rather than propping up other electronics lines that haven’t been performing as well, the semiconductor business will now be able to make a lot of money.
To no one's surprise, Apple sold a lot of iPhones last week. In fact, the company sold more phones in the first 24 hours of pre-orders than ever before. The iPhone 6 launch was twice as big at the iPhone 5's. Eager customers bought some 4 million of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models. That's over 150,000 phones per…
In a holy crap stat o' the week, AT&T sold a record setting 9.4 million smartphones in the fourth quarter of 2011. 7.6 million of that 9.4 million were iPhones. 7.6 MILLION. That's a ridiculous 81 percent of all AT&T smartphones sold! That's only 1.8 million phones left to split between Android, Windows Phone and…
iPad sales may have dropped more than 30% between the holiday quarter and this most recent one, but that didn't stop Apple from having second-quarter record revenues and earnings.
These last few months, for the first time since the iPhone was released, customers finally had a choice in who their carrier would be. They'd no longer be shackled by AT&T's sucktastic network! And what did these customers do? Well, it seems like in a lot of cases they, uh, signed on with AT&T.
If you were wondering just how huge the iPad was this holiday, the answer is very. Apple sold 7.33 million tablets last quarter on the way to a record profit of $6 billion. And we haven't even mentioned the iPhones.
Among the markets that Apple hasn't quite been able to crack with their iPhone, China has to be the most frustrating. It's a huge opportunity that's being missed. And now we finally know exactly why.