The iPad – Is It Cannibalizing The Macbook?
Here’s a question – is the iPad cannibalizing the sales of Macbook? Most speculators and enthusiasts are wondering if the iPad itself is also the cause of the low sales of the MacBook is due to the iPad itself. When asked, Apple CEO Tim Cook mentioned that the iPad does block out the sales of some of Apple’s personal computers. This was noted with Wall Street earlier this week. Cook noted that the sales for personal computers (both for the Mac and MacBook) were just up by a measly 2% since last year.
Before the iPad, Macs and Macbooks would see a yearly increase of more than 50% in sales ……………. Read more: http://www.macworld.co.uk/
Why Can You Not Read The iPad In Sunlight?
Why is the iPad so difficult to read under the sunlight? Here’s the straight answer: screens that allow you to read outdoors come with visual tradeoffs that otherwise tarnish its appeal. Look at the Kindle e-reader for example. Amazon’s Kindle makes use of electronic ink, which is similar to ink printed on paper. While it works well, it doesn’t look as good as the iPad and other tablets that use LCD screens.
Then again, electronic ink can also only be displayed in bright light, so you’ll need a light to shine on the screen if you plan to read in the dark ………………. Read more: http://www.southbendtribune.com/
Three Wonderful Apps For Bristol Residents?
The iPad is a wonderful resource tool for city dwellers, and has taken place in many daily activities. You see them at meetings, on the train, inside the gym, while doing boxing rounds, in restaurants and pubs. While there are a lot of apps that are centered on popular cities like New York and London, you can actually find fun apps if you are a Bristol resident. These include Urbanspoon which is an app to show the best eats in the area. Next is Penultimate which is a handwriting and sketching guide – not just for those living in Bristol but for any urbanite.
Lastly of course is the Bristol Unique Guide which is a city guide written by Bristolians for Bristolians and visitors as well ………………. Read more: http://www.thisisbristol.co.uk/