Regardless of the reality that Apple is doomed, Doomed, DOOMED, there’s still a lot of great information coming out regarding the company’s items.
On this slow information Thursday, we find out about how the iPhone 5s is doing in the United States, and more upbeat news about AAPL.
- Cannacord Genuity has elevated its target price for shares of Apple stock to $ 660, based partially on the outcomes of a survey that demonstrated to the iPhone 5s to be the most well-liked mobile phone whatsoever 4 major United States carriers. Baseding on Cannacord study results offered to AppleInsider, provider early upgrade programs– AT&T Next, Verizon Side, T-Mobile Jump and Sprint One Up– are being heavily adopted by clients and might lead to a solid upgrade pattern when the following iPhone shows up.
- While Jony Ive’s iPhone 5s is cracking sales records, Samsung supposedly changed its mobile style principal Chang Dong-hoon after an underwhelming introduction of the flagship Galaxy S5 mobile phone. Chang will certainly now be training on a style language for the remainder of the Oriental conglomerate’s divisions, with his deputy taking control of the critical work of making future smartphones and tablet computers. The S5 has been panned globally, with the Commercial Journal stating that the rear of the device was “reminiscent of a Band-Aid” and the International Company Times saying that it “Looks Low-cost, Feels Cheap.”
- Adobe has released Adobe Voice for iPad, a free iPad application permitting users to develop videos utilizing straightforward computer animation and user narration. TUAW blog writer Mel Martin took a very first take a look at the app today, and it appears like a wonderful means to create animated video material swiftly.
- And someday after Apple VP of Corporate Communication Katie Cotton revealed her retirement from the business, Apple’s VP of Sales for North America, Zane Rowe, is also leaving the business. His tasks will be passed along to Doug Beck, which manages sales in Japan and Korea.