Tablets, unlike smartphones, aren’t bought by users on an annual basis as tablets tend to last longer, meaning that it might be a couple of years before customers see the need for a new one, which is why it isn’t surprising to learn that tablet sales like that of the iPad have seen a decline. In fact according to Apple’s latest earnings, it was revealed that the iPad experienced a 23% drop in sales compared to a year ago.
Is this alarming? After all 23% is a pretty significant figure, right? Perhaps to some this might be worrying, but Apple’s CEO Tim Cook seems to have played it off pretty cool. According to Cook, he points at inventory changes as part of the reason the iPad’s sales have suffered, but he also seemed to think that the iPhone and Mac had something to do with it as well. Read full post →Apple’s CEO Defends Slumping iPad Sales
Are you looking forward to Treyarch’s Call of Duty: Black Ops 3? If you are you might recall that a report not too long ago pegged the game for a release on the 6th of November 2015 and for those who are looking to get in on the beta, you will also be able to get in on the multiplayer beta whose launch date remains unknown, but presumably it will go live before the game’s release.
That being said for those who are wondering how much the game will cost, the standard version of the game will not deviate too far from regular prices and is set at $60. However for gamers who want more than just the game, there is a Deluxe version of the game that will also be available and it will cost gamers $100. Read full post →Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3’s Deluxe Version Will Cost $100