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This week, the 50 billionth app was downloaded from Apple's App Store over nearly five years. This company's mobile software store has become wildly successful, despite the fact that it almost didn't exist.
Both military and civilian employees of the Department of Defense (DoD) can now use Apple's tablets and smartphones for tasks that aren't related to high security.
It has been about two years since Apple released an iOS version of its iWork suite of Office apps, and a major upgrade might be in development.
SearchConsumerization has an interview with Aaron Freimark, chief technology officer at New York-based Apple reseller Tekserve, about the challenges of corporate iPad management. In it, he shares tips for a successful iPad deployment.
Curious what others are doing with their tablets? A survey has found the most popular uses for these devices, as well as the features that almost never get used.
Apple has emerged victorious from a lawsuit centering on the name of its eReader app.
One of the most important components of the second-generation iPad mini will start being produced in early summer, according to an industry analyst. The whole device is expected to launch a few months later.
An analyst with NPD Display Search says that the iPad mini 2 is coming this fall, and a third-generation model will be released at the beginning of next year.
In the first three months of this year, Apple sold 19.5 million tablets. Of these, 64% were the new iPad mini.
Early reports on iOS 7 are starting to come from people who claim to have seen the next version of Apple's mobile operating system, and they say it's going to look considerably different from the current one.
Apple CEO Tim Cook made it clear last week that a new version of the iPad mini won't be out before this fall. A report from an industry analyst says it might be late fall or even early winter before the debut of this tablet.
A market analyst says Apple could be working on an even cheaper version of the iPad mini. This device could sell for as little as $200.
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