Analytics data reveals that new iPad Air activations dominated all tablet activations throughout the holiday shopping weekend.
According to latest reports, a number of Apple Retail Stores in the U.S. have started price matching the iPhone 5C and the iPad Air.
A “new” iPad Air purchased from Target over Black Friday turned out to be a used unit as the new owner found her predecessor’s contacts, photos and calendar appointments on it.
Apple’s iPad Air has been mocked by both Nokia and Microsoft recently with comparative ads and now Amazon joins the chain-yanking campaign with a commercial of its own pitting the iOS-based 9.7-incher against the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9.
Apple is notorious for cherishing its hefty profit margins more than anything and for crafty marketing that allows it to pretty much sell ice to Eskimos, so it shouldn’t come as a shocker Cupertino’s Black Friday 2013 deals are fairly modest.
Apple didn’t even get a chance to apply cold water to the area Nokia burned in the latest Lumia 2520 vs. iPad Air commercial, yet a trio of fresh ads taking multiple stabs at the newest Cupertino-made slate is already up on YouTube.
Nokia has made a habit of advertising its products at the expense of the competition and the latest Lumia 2520 commercial follows the tradition, pitting the 10-inch tab/mini-laptop hybrid against the less productive Apple iPad Air.
Last week it was reported that an iPad Air had exploded at a Vodafone store down in Australia, contrary to popular belief, it wasn’t Apple’s new tablet.
Apple has made the iPad Air thinner and lighter than ever before, but has that affected durability in any way? You’re in for a surprise.
An Apple iPad Air reportedly exploded at a Vodafone retail store in Canberra, Australia, prompting the need to call the fire department to put out the flames and smoke.
After getting the teardown treatment a few days ago, Apple’s hottest, slimmest, coolest and possibly most popular large iPad ever, the one dubbed Air, has been evaluated by research firm IHS at its true value.
AT&T announced today that iPad Air launch has resulted in a 200 percent year over year increase in iPad activations on the carrier, as compared to the same time last year.
Walmart, a big retailer, has been seen to offer base models of new Apple products at a slightly reduced price particularly this year. It did the same with the iPad Air, though this time around, Apple and a couple of other retailers have decided to match its price.
Apple’s iPad Air has been ripped apart by the teardown specialists over at iFixit, and the results aren’t the least bit surprising.
Ahead of the launch on Friday, November 1, iPad Air stock has now started arriving at Apple Retail Stores as well as at third party retailers and resellers.
Apple is yet to announce when the Retina iPad mini launch is going to take place. Target, a major retailer, has pegged the launch date at November 21 on its website.
iPad Air benchmark data coming in from Primate Labs’ Geekbench Browser reveals a substantial increase in performance, as much as 90 percent over the previous iPad.
Apple hasn’t clarified exactly when the Retina iPad mini is going to be available, though rumor has it that the pre-orders might start on November 1.
After several stories made the rounds last week that Steve Wozniak wasn’t impressed with the new iPads, the Apple co-founder has come out to clarify that he never actually said that, and that he was misquoted by reporters.
There have been no rumors of iPad Air being in short supply, reiterated by chatter that the company might offer in-store pickup option on launch day, which is November 1.