According to a report from yesterday, it was suggested that Apple could only begin shipping the iWatch this December. This is apparently due to production issues that apparently caused the delay and potentially limited quantity as well. This has recently been “confirmed” by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo who estimates that Apple will most likely ship 3 million iWatch units by the end of this year.
This is compared to his earlier estimation where he estimated between 5-10 million iWatch shipments by the end of 2014, so safe to say that his new estimation is a sign that supply of the iWatch could be severely constrained. Kuo also seems to believe that Apple will be turning to the use of sapphire for the iWatch covers. Read full post →Analyst Cuts iWatch Shipping Estimates Down To 3 Million
Whenever a software is first released, naturally there will be some griping about how come there isn’t this feature, or why is this feature not working, and so on. Well Microsoft’s Office for iPad was faced with those comments at the start, such as the lack of a print function which was soon addressed.
That being said, Microsoft has since issued a new update for Office for iPad that will hopefully appease users and help make the app more appealing to those who are still looking for alternatives. Starting with PowerPoint, Microsoft has introduced a Presenter View where presenters will be able see their notes and see which slides are coming up next. Read full post →Microsoft Updates Office For iPad