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Apple's Best iPhone 4 Cases might be more than just a rumor, according to Barclays analyst Ben Reitzes. Discussing the iPhone 4S Cases in a research note yesterday, Reitzes said the investment firm is still holding out hope that Apple will add Best iPhone 4 Case to its lineup. "Our global research team still sees some evidence of this product in the supply chain -- and we wouldn't be surprised if it wound up in the Designer iPhone 4S Case category if it indeed sees daylight," the analyst said. He did not provide any further details in the research note. Given some uncertainty on the part of Barclays, an iPad mini doesn't factor into its sales forecasts for the tablet. But either way, Apple is on track to have more bang-up quarters thanks to its current iPad lineup. Reitzes estimates that 14.2 million iPads will ship in the second quarter, a 20 percent jump over last quarter. And another 15.9 million will ship in the third quarter. Apple will be counting on strong sales from the iPad over the next couple of quarters as the company transitions to a new iPhone, according to the analyst. Last year, iPhone sales fell to 17 million in the quarter ended in September from 20 million the previous quarter. Potential buyers held off purchases in anticipation of the new iPhone, which made its debut in October. Several reports have pegged this October as the launch month for the next-generation iPhone. The iPad will also continue to cannibalize PC sales, Reitzes added. As such, he sees little need for Apple to create a "hybrid" Mac with a detachable screen, believing that iPad users will increasingly dock their iPads to keyboards. Looking at the market among tablet makers, Apple stayed on top in the first quarter with a 68 percent share. Samsung took back the No. 2 spot, while Amazon dropped to No. 3 as Kindle Fire sales dropped. The analyst expects Apple to hang on to its top market share over the near term as the Android tablet landscape becomes even more fragmented. Apple is also expected to do well with this year's new lineup of MacBook Pros and MacBook Airs. More rival ultrabooks will launch this year, but Apple should be able to retain its grip on the market with new Airs and a new OS. "We are very upbeat about the prospects for new MacBook Pros and iMacs to be launched this June quarter -- and even more optimistic about a new line of MacBook Airs to likely ship in the September quarter at more attractive price points," Reitzes said. "With new software (OS X Mountain Lion) and new Airs, we believe that Apple will effectively counter any perceived 'threat' from ultrabooks."

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After nine dropped iphone4 case calls for help

The facts serve only to Best iPhone 4 Cases and Designer iPhone 4 Case . An elderly couple was exiting the driveway of their remote vacation home in Andes, N.Y., when their car got stuck in a ditch. What followed, according to the New York Daily News, challenges the imagination. They couldn't get out. So they used their cell phone to call for help. The calls kept dropping. Relatives believe there had been five iPhone 4S Cases at this stage. So 88-year-old Arthur Morris tried to scramble his way out of the car, but he got stuck in between the bottom of the door and the ground and died of asphyxiation. His 89-year-old wife, Madeleine, managed to get out, and tried to use to phone four more times, again without a call getting through. She then seems to have left the iphone 4 covers behind and walked to a neighbor's house, but the neighbor had already left. So she covered herself with a blue plastic tarp. However, during the night's rain, she died of exposure. It is easy for those who look at this objectively to talk of all the things the couple could or should have done. But the saddest part of the tale is that in an era when it seems that technology knows all and acts as if it can do all, there are still considerable parts of the world where there is little to no cell phone signal. In this case, their grandson had bought them a phone from AT&T, in the belief that a network from such a large carrier would offer the best chance of a signal in that remote area. But locals reportedly say no carrier has much of a signal in those mountains. The Daily News reported that two years ago, Scott Murphy, then a Congressman, offered a public appeal to carriers to improve service in Delaware County. It seems he did not succeed. Margaretville Telephone Company provides a landline service to the area. Its General Manager, Glenn Faulkner told the Daily News that it too had been trying to do something about cell service, but that that it was very hard persuading the likes of AT&T and Verizon to deliver cell towers to remote areas. I have contacted AT&T to get its point of view and will update if and when the company responds. (Editor's note: See below.) It is sometimes the case that locals in beautiful areas, when faced with the prospect of a cell tower, don't always warm to the prospect. Equally, though, it so often comes down to money. Why put up a tower in a difficult place where there are relatively few people? "Because you should" never seems like much of an answer, does it?

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The iphone4 case/Google war rages on

Some things have started to change since the passing of Steve Jobs (witness the Apple dividend) but others not only remain the same, they rage on and even accelerate. Like the holy war between iPhone 4S Cases and Best iPhone 4 Cases . Jobs was known to have a chip on his shoulder about Android, claiming that Designer iPhone 4 Cases unceremoniously stole it from Apple. Biographer Walter Isaacson had this doozy of a quote in Steve Jobs: I will spend my last dying breath if I need to, and I will spend every penny of Apple’s $40 billion in the bank, to right this wrong. I’m going to destroy Android, because it’s a stolen product. I’m willing to go thermonuclear war on this. Some things never change. Google developed an amazing Navigation app for Android and it’s free. But it’s not available on iOS because Google’s loathe to give consumers any incentive to buy an iOS device. Google, after all, wants you to purchase an Android device. And it’s not going to put one of its defining apps (like Navigation) on iOS any time soon. Take that, iphone 4 covers ! In March Apple began using OpenStreetMap data in iPhoto for iOS — where Google map data would be the logical choice. Google’s map data is richer, it includes satellite, terrain and street view imagery, live traffic and information about practically every local business in the universe (complete with phone numbers and reviews). (You can compare the quality of Apple’s, Google’s and OSM’s map data on this mashup site). So why would Apple switch to obviously inferior map data in its products instead of using Google’s? One word. Spite. Just like Google’s loathe to release its amazing Navigation app on iOS, Apple’s loathe to pay Google to use its map data on iOS. (It’s unclear if Apple actually pays Google any cash for its map data, but the location data and queries are highly valuable and Google could probably find a way to make money from it, if it isn’t doing so already). Apple was just testing the water with iPhoto. A spate of rumors over the weekend suggest that Apple is dropping Google as the data provider in its stock Maps app, which installed by default on the home screen of millions of iPhones, iPods and iPads. It would follow similar defections by Wikipedia and foursquare. Take that Android! According to the rumors, Apple is going to replace the Google with OpenStreetMap in the version of Maps that ships with iOS 6 — rumored to make its debut next month at WWDC. But instead of being inferior, rumors suggest that the new Apple offering could one-up Google Maps. Apple has made several mapping acquisitions since 2009, including Placebase, Poly9, and C3 Technologies and rumors suggest that its been spending the last few years combining them into a super-secret Google-Maps killer. 9to5Mac’s Mark Gurman thinks that the result could be a stunning new iOS app that includes 3D renderings of cities and a “much cleaner, faster, and more reliable experience.”

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How money matters when using iphone4 case?

Apple's iPhone 4S Cases are where all the users are, but Designer iPhone 4S Case may be where the money's at. It isn't enough to have extensive Best iPhone 4 Cases , or even to give out free test devices anymore. With Android and iOS far and away dominant in the market, companies outside of the iOS-Android duopoly need to go the extra mile to lure in developers. So, of course, it comes down to financial incentives. Microsoft has long paid high-profile developers to port their Best iPhone 4 Case over. Last week, Research in Motion guaranteed developers that they would make $10,000 in their first year, or be compensated by the company directly. While not going so far, Nokia said it would offer developers a business development kit, or the financial equivalent of an SDK. "Developers feel like a number with (the iOS and Android platforms), but we'll be a partner with them," Richard Kerris, vice president of global developer relations for Nokia, told me last week at the CTIA Wireless show. The moves highlight the lengths these companies will go to ensure that they have a healthy following of developers. More and more, applications are making and breaking operating systems, and lack of developer support can deal a crippling blow to one's cause. The stakes have never been higher for Microsoft's Windows Phone and RIM's BlackBerry 10, both of which are desperate to rally developers to their standards. Nokia wants to work with developers in bringing their apps to market. It's not just a matter of giving them code and walking away. The company will provide business education, in-app analytics, and teach them how to make websites, put up videos, and promote their apps. The key is to increase the percentage of developers that make a profit. "We want to work with developers on a one-on-one basis," Kerris said. Nokia has been slowly rolling out a BDK to its developer partners over the last few months, and plans to a more extensive expansion of its support over the next few months. The BDK was formed from several conversations with developers, identifying what they needed to have a successful app. RIM is taking its outreach program even further, guaranteeing developers $10,000 in sales in the first year on the BlackBerry 10 platform. There are, of course, some conditions, including the requirement to make an actual quality app. But for those that qualify, RIM will pay the difference if their app doesn't meet that threshold. That's a bold move that should get some developers are least curious about the BlackBerry 10 platform. Of course, RIM said it isn't a huge risk, as it claims that most of its apps already make a ton of money. "We can tell you from our experience that if someone has an app with a good business model, it won't be difficult for them to reach $10,000 in revenue the first year," Christopher Smith, vice president of application platform and tools for RIM, told CNET last week. "The $10,000 guarantee program is more of a statement of confidence to our developers." In fact, that's been RIM's message for a while. Alec Saunders, vice president of developer relations, has long maintained that BlackBerry World is the second most profitable app store after Apple's App Store. Even Nokia won't go where RIM is willing to in terms of financial support. The company won't pay for support or even guarantee revenue. "Writing a check is not the same as working with a developer," Kerris said. While iOS and Android offer a huge customer base, there are also proportionally way more flops on those platforms. With so many apps, it's difficult to stand out unless you already have an extensive marketing strategy prepared or a track record of great apps. Which might make the fringes of the mobile business a more attractive place to be -- or at least start.

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Hey! I'm thrilled about my iphone4 case

One of the things that many Google Android users like about their devices over the Designer iPhone 4 Cases is the fact that most Android devices allow you to add additional storage capacity. The iPhone doesn't. But figuring out how and where to store apps, music, photos, video and games isn't as easy as it sounds. In this Ask Maggie I explain how it works. Dear Neal, This a great question. I've been getting a few questions lately about iphone 4 covers . And it makes sense given the growing number of Google Android smartphones released recently that have additional memory capability. The short answer to your question is that there is a limit to the amount of memory a particular phone can handle iPhone 4S Cases come in a variety of flavors. And if your device isn't able to handle a particular flavor of storage technology, it won't accept higher capacity cards. Standard SD cards max out at a storage capacity of 2GB. As you mentioned in your question, most smartphones today support the Micro Secure Digital High Capacity or SDHC flavor of the technology. Cards using this technology can hold between 4GB and 32GB of data. So that's why most new smartphones can hold up to 32GB. The largest class of data is the SDXC or Secure Digital Extended Capacity, which can hold between 64GB and 2TB of data. But even devices that can now support 64GB cards may not support some of the very high capacity cards. For example, Samsung says the new Galaxy S III can handle up to 64GB of additional storage. The good thing about memory cards is that they give you the option to store more photos, videos, music and apps on your device than if you relied solely on the phone's internal memory. Another advantage is that the cards can be popped in and out so that you can take your media with you to another Best iPhone 4 Case . And lastly, if you have a lot apps installed on your phone, moving some of them to the SD card can actually improve the performance of your phone. Confusion abounds But managing this extra storage and figuring out what should be stored where can be confusing. The first thing that's tricky is the way the storage options are listed on the device. Storage variously shows up as SD card storage, USB storage and Device Memory. The USB storage and Device Memory are internal to the device. The USB storage is a partition of the internal hard drive where the user can keep his files. So on a device like the Samsung Galaxy SII, this is where the 16GB of storage is that the device comes with.

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iPhone4 case buyers, fear not over carrier subsidies

Designer iPhone 4 Cases buyers have nothing to worry about, at least when it comes to carrier subsidies. Recent moves by two Spanish carriers to eliminate subsidies for new iphone 4 covers users triggered fears that other carriers could do the same. Removing the subsidy paid by carriers to Apple means buyers would have to shell out the full retail price for the phone. But Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty sees little or no chance of that trend spreading any further. In a research note published today, Huberty said that all three U.S. iPhone carriers are required by contract to provide certain subsidies. The contracts currently in place last for several years. And since each of the three contracts expires at a different date, the carriers can't all "team up" at the same time to jointly pressure Apple to lower subsidies. T-Mobile USA Chief Marketing Officer Cole Brodman said in March that he believes subsidies are hurting the wireless industry and that he would like to see them go away. But the three big U.S. iPhones carriers -- Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint -- rely on subsidized phones to lure in customers. Carriers actually lose money on many smartphones up front due to heavy subsidies and only break even and finally turn a profit later on in the typical two-year contract. That's why they charge so much for early termination fees and push users into those long-term commitments. In fact, carriers are now extending their upgrade cycles and imposing more upgrade fees to offset the high costs of the subsidies, Huberty said. AT&T, for example, now requires iPhone subscribers to complete at least 20 months of their two-year contract before they can upgrade to a new phone. That compares with the 18 months required for the last couple of iPhones. Some carriers are also now charging subscribers between $30 and $36 to upgrade. But they're kicking in these extra charges so they can continue to justify paying the high subsidy costs. With subsidies still firmly in place, the iPhone 4S Cases will pick up its usual robust sales this year. Morgan Stanley is eyeing iPhone shipments of 25 million to 28 million in the second quarter, in line with its own estimates but below the 30 million forecast by Wall Street. Still, the Best iPhone 4 Case rollout has been the fastest one in Apple's history, according to Huberty, as supply has already caught up with demand. Like many Apple watchers, Huberty expects an LTE-enabled iPhone 5 to kick off a strong wave of upgrades in the second half of the year. Recent reports suggest that the next generation iPhone will debut this fall, most likely in October.

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A chance to review iphone4 case

Every now and again, a court case comes along that stands to rewrite the legal rules of the Best iPhone 4 Case industry . Oracle's suit against Google over Java and Android could be one such case. It's putting to the test the notion that application programming interfaces iPhone 4S Cases can be copyrighted. In a partial verdict today, a jury gave Oracle a hard-fought "yes" when U.S. District Judge William Alsup asked it, "As to the compilable code for the 37 Java API packages in question, taken as a group: Has Oracle proven that Google has infringed the overall structure, sequence, and organization of copyrighted works?" Oracle's lawyers can't crack the champagne yet, though: the jury didn't answer a key follow-up question about whether Google was actually permitted to copy the technology through a doctrine called fair use, leading Google's lawyer to call for a mistrial. The jury also took Google's side on a second question concerning whether it violated Oracle's copyright on Java documentation. Last, and perhaps most significant, although Alsup had told the jury to assume the iphone 4 covers were copyrightable for purposes of their deliberation, he also said he'd rule on the matter if the jury found Google to have infringed. Finally, regardless of how the judge sorts out the muddle, an appeal seems likely. APIs are a defined mechanism by which one program can talk to another to get something done -- everything from telling Windows to open up a new window to telling Google Maps to show where the Canary Islands are. In the Oracle case, Java programs use those APIs to call upon the services of pre-written modules called class libraries. Oracle argues that its descriptions of these APIs are copyrighted and that Google's use of them to create Android therefore is infringement; Google of course disagrees. The case isn't likely to affect most consumers directly one way or the other. But it's a different story for programmers, including those in the particularly fast-moving new area of cloud computing. Copyrighted APIs raise the possibility of new barriers to entry in a market, new ways businesses can stave off competition, new involvement of lawyers in product development. Intellectual-property lawyers may be fine with that future, but plenty of others shudder at the prospect, especially given how Designer iPhone 4 Case patents, a reality since the 1990s, have resulted in infringement suits from patent "trolls" who don't have any business beyond suing deep-pocketed companies for alleged infringement. "What will the impact be should APIs prove copyrightable? It is likely to be extensive, cascading and a lesson in unintended consequences," said Redmonk analyst Stephen O'Grady. "A decision in favor of copyrightable APIs is likely to be at least as damaging as the patent system is today."

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A chance to review iphone4 case

Every now and again, a court case comes along that stands to rewrite the legal rules of the Best iPhone 4 Case industry . Oracle's suit against Google over Java and Android could be one such case. It's putting to the test the notion that application programming interfaces iPhone 4S Cases can be copyrighted. In a partial verdict today, a jury gave Oracle a hard-fought "yes" when U.S. District Judge William Alsup asked it, "As to the compilable code for the 37 Java API packages in question, taken as a group: Has Oracle proven that Google has infringed the overall structure, sequence, and organization of copyrighted works?" Oracle's lawyers can't crack the champagne yet, though: the jury didn't answer a key follow-up question about whether Google was actually permitted to copy the technology through a doctrine called fair use, leading Google's lawyer to call for a mistrial. The jury also took Google's side on a second question concerning whether it violated Oracle's copyright on Java documentation. Last, and perhaps most significant, although Alsup had told the jury to assume the iphone 4 covers were copyrightable for purposes of their deliberation, he also said he'd rule on the matter if the jury found Google to have infringed. Finally, regardless of how the judge sorts out the muddle, an appeal seems likely. APIs are a defined mechanism by which one program can talk to another to get something done -- everything from telling Windows to open up a new window to telling Google Maps to show where the Canary Islands are. In the Oracle case, Java programs use those APIs to call upon the services of pre-written modules called class libraries. Oracle argues that its descriptions of these APIs are copyrighted and that Google's use of them to create Android therefore is infringement; Google of course disagrees. The case isn't likely to affect most consumers directly one way or the other. But it's a different story for programmers, including those in the particularly fast-moving new area of cloud computing. Copyrighted APIs raise the possibility of new barriers to entry in a market, new ways businesses can stave off competition, new involvement of lawyers in product development. Intellectual-property lawyers may be fine with that future, but plenty of others shudder at the prospect, especially given how Designer iPhone 4 Case patents, a reality since the 1990s, have resulted in infringement suits from patent "trolls" who don't have any business beyond suing deep-pocketed companies for alleged infringement. "What will the impact be should APIs prove copyrightable? It is likely to be extensive, cascading and a lesson in unintended consequences," said Redmonk analyst Stephen O'Grady. "A decision in favor of copyrightable APIs is likely to be at least as damaging as the patent system is today."

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Apple trims prices on refurbished iphone4 cases

Anyone looking for a deal on an iphone 4 covers or Designer iPhone 4 Cases will now find even lower prices on refurbished models, courtesy of Apple's iPhone 4S Cases online store. The price cuts extend from the 16GB Wi-Fi-only version to the 64GB Wi-Fi+3G edition. The original and second-model iPads are included in the deal. But it's likely too soon for refurbished flavors of the "new" third-gen iPad to start popping up. As detailed by the folks at MacRumors, the following list displays the new prices compared with the old ones: iPad 2 16 GB Wi-Fi: $319, down $30 from $349 32 GB Wi-Fi: $399, down $50 from $449 64 GB Wi-Fi: $499, down $50 from $449 16 GB Wi-Fi+3G: $449, down $30 from $479 32 GB Wi-Fi+3G: $529, down $50 from $579 64 GB Wi-Fi+3G: $629, down $50 from $679 Original iPad 16 GB Wi-Fi: $279, down $20 from $299 32 GB Wi-Fi: $349, down $50 from $399 64 GB Wi-Fi: $449, down $50 from $499 16 GB Wi-Fi+3G: $379, down $20 from $399 32 GB Wi-Fi+3G: $449, down $50 from $499 64 GB Wi-Fi+3G: $549, down $50 from $599 All the variations are currently listed on Apple's Web site with the exception of the 16GB Wi-Fi-only original iPad and iPad 2. A notice from Apple does say that supplies are limited but updated frequently. Of course, you can score better deals on used Best iPhone 4 Case at eBay and other online marketplaces. But Apple's refurbished units are fully tested and certified and come with a one-year warranty. They also include a new battery and new outer shell.

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Let thoseiphone4 cases fly

Apple's is movin' on up the Fortune 500 list, passing Designer iPhone 4 Case heavyweight IBM. Apple landed at No. 17, up from No. 35, in terms of 2011 revenue, which was a cool $108.2 billion. To put Apple's meteoric rise into perspective, blue-chip tech stalwart IBM dropped one spot to No. 19, with 2011 revenues of $106.9 billion. And Hewlett-Packard is also feeling the heat from Apple. Though Apple's Silicon Valley neighbor moved up one spot to No. 10, with revenue of $127.2 billion, HP is not the profit juggernaut that Apple is. Apple was No.3 on the list in terms of profits ($25.9 billion), only topped by the two oil giants, Exxon and Chevron. HP was ranked No. 24. Apple also bested IBM, which was No. 9 on the list of the most profitable companies. Microsoft also ranked right up there with Apple on profitability: the software company was No.4 with $23.1 billion in profits (but was only No. 37 in terms of revenue). So, what's driving Apple's success of Designer iPhone 4S Case ? "Under CEO Tim Cook, the company continued pumping out new Best iPhone 4 Cases -- like a significantly upgraded version of the Best iPhone 4 Case ," said Fortune. Fortune continued. "Apple nearly doubled its earnings per share in 2011, compared to 2010. That helped nudge management to announce plans for the firm's first dividend since 1995, returning some of the $97.6 billion in cash it had accumulated." Apple's iPhone 4S Cases gross margin -- an important indicator of profitability -- rose to 47.4 percent in the most recent quarter, compared to 41.4 percent in the year-ago quarter. And Apple said that it sold 11.8 million iphone 4 covers during the most recent quarter, a 151 percent unit increase over the year-ago quarter.

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Let thoseiphone4 cases fly

Apple's is movin' on up the Fortune 500 list, passing Designer iPhone 4 Case heavyweight IBM. Apple landed at No. 17, up from No. 35, in terms of 2011 revenue, which was a cool $108.2 billion. To put Apple's meteoric rise into perspective, blue-chip tech stalwart IBM dropped one spot to No. 19, with 2011 revenues of $106.9 billion. And Hewlett-Packard is also feeling the heat from Apple. Though Apple's Silicon Valley neighbor moved up one spot to No. 10, with revenue of $127.2 billion, HP is not the profit juggernaut that Apple is. Apple was No.3 on the list in terms of profits ($25.9 billion), only topped by the two oil giants, Exxon and Chevron. HP was ranked No. 24. Apple also bested IBM, which was No. 9 on the list of the most profitable companies. Microsoft also ranked right up there with Apple on profitability: the software company was No.4 with $23.1 billion in profits (but was only No. 37 in terms of revenue). So, what's driving Apple's success of Designer iPhone 4S Case ? "Under CEO Tim Cook, the company continued pumping out new Best iPhone 4 Cases -- like a significantly upgraded version of the Best iPhone 4 Case ," said Fortune. Fortune continued. "Apple nearly doubled its earnings per share in 2011, compared to 2010. That helped nudge management to announce plans for the firm's first dividend since 1995, returning some of the $97.6 billion in cash it had accumulated." Apple's iPhone 4S Cases gross margin -- an important indicator of profitability -- rose to 47.4 percent in the most recent quarter, compared to 41.4 percent in the year-ago quarter. And Apple said that it sold 11.8 millioniphone 4 covers during the most recent quarter, a 151 percent unit increase over the year-ago quarter.

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Apple's iphone4 case

As great as the third-generation -- aka "new" -- Best iPhone 4 Case is, I've always wondered whether the design was compromised. Of course that statement alone is enough to incur the everlasting wrath of the Apple crowd. So let me say that I use the gen 3 Best iPhone 4 Cases pretty much every day and have relegated my older iPhone 4S Cases to backup duty. In other words, I like the new iPad and love the 2048x1536-pixel, 264-pixels-per-inch (ppi) Retina display. (Not to mention the 4G LTE.) Still, the fact that the newer version is thicker and heavier than the older one strikes me as being at odds with Jobsian philosophy, as I've written before. (And it has given me newfound appreciation for my 10-inch Motorola Xyboard tablet, which is easier to hold for long periods of time than the new iPad.) Some analysts are now saying that the iphone 4 covers design that made it out the door earlier this year was Plan B for Apple. Plan A was an iPad that didn't have the additional heft. (While the Apple tablet's height and width remained the same, the thickness of the new d swelled slightly to 0.37 inch and the weight edged up to 1.44 pounds.) That's what Raymond Soneira, the founder, president and CEO of DisplayMate Technologies, is saying, and he knows a lot more than me about the ins and outs of the newest iPad. "The plan was to use this new technology called IGZO from Sharp -- a lot higher electron mobility that allows them to make the transistors a lot smaller and the circuit elements a lot smaller," he said. In short, smaller transistors and circuit elements allow more light through and reduce the number of backlights needed, resulting in a thinner display assembly. There was one problem, though. Sharp didn't have its IGZO display tech ready in time. So, Apple had to fall back on more conventional amorphous silicon technology. "There's no question that the Designer iPhone 4 Case is Plan B. They pushed amorphous silicon to a higher [pixels per inch] than anybody else. But the light throughput is not good. So it has roughly twice as many LEDs, and they had to get a 70 percent larger battery," Soneira said, referring to today's third-generation Designer iPhone 4S Case . Richard Shim, an analyst at DisplaySearch, agrees with that assessment. "The idea was that IGZO would enable a brighter display and you could use less LEDs and you wouldn't need as big a battery compared to amorphous silicon," Shim said. My takeaway from listening to both is that Apple, in typical fashion, made (a) impossible and ( almost-impossible demands on its display partners -- Sharp and Samsung, respectively. It settled for the almost-impossible, amorphous-silicon Retina display that we have today.

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Apple's iphone4 case

As great as the third-generation -- aka "new" -- Best iPhone 4 Case is, I've always wondered whether the design was compromised. Of course that statement alone is enough to incur the everlasting wrath of the Apple crowd. So let me say that I use the gen 3 Best iPhone 4 Cases pretty much every day and have relegated my older iPhone 4S Cases to backup duty. In other words, I like the new iPad and love the 2048x1536-pixel, 264-pixels-per-inch (ppi) Retina display. (Not to mention the 4G LTE.) Still, the fact that the newer version is thicker and heavier than the older one strikes me as being at odds with Jobsian philosophy, as I've written before. (And it has given me newfound appreciation for my 10-inch Motorola Xyboard tablet, which is easier to hold for long periods of time than the new iPad.) Some analysts are now saying that the iphone 4 covers design that made it out the door earlier this year was Plan B for Apple. Plan A was an iPad that didn't have the additional heft. (While the Apple tablet's height and width remained the same, the thickness of the new d swelled slightly to 0.37 inch and the weight edged up to 1.44 pounds.) That's what Raymond Soneira, the founder, president and CEO of DisplayMate Technologies, is saying, and he knows a lot more than me about the ins and outs of the newest iPad. "The plan was to use this new technology called IGZO from Sharp -- a lot higher electron mobility that allows them to make the transistors a lot smaller and the circuit elements a lot smaller," he said. In short, smaller transistors and circuit elements allow more light through and reduce the number of backlights needed, resulting in a thinner display assembly. There was one problem, though. Sharp didn't have its IGZO display tech ready in time. So, Apple had to fall back on more conventional amorphous silicon technology. "There's no question that the Designer iPhone 4 Case is Plan B. They pushed amorphous silicon to a higher [pixels per inch] than anybody else. But the light throughput is not good. So it has roughly twice as many LEDs, and they had to get a 70 percent larger battery," Soneira said, referring to today's third-generation Designer iPhone 4S Case . Richard Shim, an analyst at DisplaySearch, agrees with that assessment. "The idea was that IGZO would enable a brighter display and you could use less LEDs and you wouldn't need as big a battery compared to amorphous silicon," Shim said. My takeaway from listening to both is that Apple, in typical fashion, made (a) impossible and ( almost-impossible demands on its display partners -- Sharp and Samsung, respectively. It settled for the almost-impossible, amorphous-silicon Retina display that we have today.

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Sell me an iPhone4 case

"So why do you sell Designer iPhone 4S Case at all?" I ended up asking Phil, the Verizon rep. "Because people want them," was his beautiful reply. This was the conclusion to a morning foray to a Verizon store in the New York area, one in which I tried to discover if the rumors were true. No, not whether the Designer iPhone 4 Cases is coming next week, but whether Verizon tries to sell any other smartphone, but Apple's. This notion had been fostered by several posts this week that offered Verizon's apparent reluctance to encourage anyone to buy Apple's Best iPhone 4 Cases . Not being a believer in what I read on blogs, I went in posing as a customer. Actually, that's not true. Though I did once play a French count in a high school play, I didn't need to pose here. I have an iPhone 4 Cases . I was ready to be sold. First, I noticed that the Best iPhone 4 Case at this Verizon store weren't displayed near any of the other smartphones. They had their own little home, tucked away against a wall. The majority of this store was given over to rivals. When Phil came over I told him the truth, said that my friends toss stale eggs at me because I still have AT&T, and asked him what he recommended. He darted immediately toward the Motorola Droid Razr. He explained that this would download anything 10 times faster than the iPhone. "Ten times," I replied. "Wow." Actually I said "Gosh," because the English accent can make me sound even more naive sometimes. "So this iphone 4 covers is amazing," I continued, quite awed. Phil explained that this was what 4G could do for you and the iPhone just isn't 4G. He added that the Marketplace is so much less expensive than Apple's. "And a lot more apps are free." He could still feel my doubt. I have that kind of face. So he added: "And the battery lasts a lot longer than the iPhone." I was surprised that my iPhone really was quite so dated, quite so troublingly awful.

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iPhone 4S case price remains the same

Attention Wal-Mart shoppers: It turns out that word of a markdown for the iphone 4 covers was a mistake. Reports, including this one, had suggested that Apple's flagship phone could be had for just $114 at some Wal-Mart stores, which would have been a healthy discount from Wal-Mart's regular price of $188. It also seemed that the iPhone 4S Cases had received a price cut to $34, but that too was in error. Wal-Mart now says in response to CNET's inquiry that it had run into a glitch: "Yesterday, we experienced a pricing error in limited stores. This has been addressed and the normal prices are in effect." That is, the Best iPhone 4 Case is $188, and the iPhone 4 is $88. Prospective Designer iPhone 4 Cases buyers would have been challenged to hunt down a store with the purported $114 model. One store, in Edmond, Okla., was found offering the cheaper price by Cult of Mac. Another store, in Austin, Texas, had also marked down the price of the Best iPhone 4 Cases , as discovered by The Verge. But other stores seem to be sticking with the higher price. I called several East Coast Wal-Mart outlets this morning. None of them were offering the lower price, while several said they don't even carry the iPhone. Wal-Mart's Web site, by the way, lists the price of the Designer iPhone 4S Case as $188 but notes that "store pricing may vary" and that the iPhone is available only at select stores.

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Hints at iPhone 4 Case challenges

Hints at iPhone 4 Case challenges - 15:56, 3 maj 2012 The HTC One X is living proof that big processors and LTE don't pair up easily in phones. This may offer a lesson in what to expect in the upcoming Designer iPhone 4S Case . Qualcomm has cornered the Best iPhone 4 Cases market -- at the moment -- for putting LTE functionality and the processor on one piece of silicon. Thus, we have the HTC One X (and reportedly the Verizon Galaxy s3) coming to Verizon with dual-core and LTE -- not quad-core as some had hoped. And we may be seeing a pattern: the same phone (e.g., the HTC One X) being announced in Europe with quad-core, then announced in the U.S. with dual-core. What does this mean for Apple Best iPhone 4 Case ? Well, the current A5X chip in the third-generation iPad probably wouldn't find a very happy home in the next iPhone if it's packing LTE. The quad-core A5X is relatively big and uses lagging-edge Samsung manufacturing technology (which is one of the reasons it's big). Of course, things will improve if Apple is able to tap Samsung's more-advanced 32-nanometer manufacturing tech. But will that be enough to package LTE and, let's say, a more demanding A6 or A5X chip into the next iPhone or iPhone 4S Cases ? Remember, fitting quad-core (in the case of the A5X, quad-core graphics) into an iphone 4 covers is not the same as shoehorning it into a smaller Designer iPhone 4 Cases . The problem is that Apple uses the same chip ecosystem as everyone else. And it's not immune to the same manufacturing challenges that more seasoned chip companies like Nvidia, Texas Instruments, and Qualcomm face. "You have to compromise on the processor in the U.S. to get LTE right now. And I do think the Qualcomm S4 is a compromised processor versus a quad-core Tegra," said Patrick Moorhead, president and principal analyst at Moor Insights & Strategy. "If you use a large-screen phone as a small tablet there can be a [performance] penalty," he said, referring to the dual-core Qualcomm S4. That said, the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 MSM8960 "Krait" system-on-a-chip in the One X isn't exactly slow. "[it] is easily the fastest or among the fastest on the market today. Android feels very smooth and snappy on the AT&T One X. Applications load quickly, as do web pages," said Anandtech. And rest assured that the solution Apple comes up with for the next iPhone likely won't be wanting in performance. But it will be interesting to see how Apple gets there.

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ew iPad & iphone4 case online wait time dips to less than a week

The wait time to receive the new iPad and Designer iPhone 4S Case has fallen even futher. Apple's Best iPhone 4 Cases online store now shows a wait time of only three to five business days, down from five to seven days just a week and a half ago. The new estimate covers all six variations of the Best iPhone 4 Case , from the $499 16GB Wi-Fi-only model to the $829 64GB Wi-Fi + 4G edition. As Apple's iPhone 4S Cases supply has climbed closer to demand, the wait time in the U.S. has gradually dipped from the two to three weeks when the tablet initially hit stores in mid-March. But European buyers still face a longer wait. Apple's online stores in the U.K, France, Germany, Italy, and other European countries show a wait time of one to two weeks. Apple's Japanese and Korean online stores are faring a bit better with a wait time of five to seven business days. The new iphone 4 covers is now available to consumers across 56 different countries. Last Friday's rollout sent the tablet to Colombia, Estonia, India, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro, South Africa, and Thailand. Apple sold 11.8 million Designer iPhone 4 Case last quarter, a 151 percent increase from a year ago. However, analysts had been expecting sales in the 12 million to 13 million range, possibly a sign that the company is still struggling to keep up with demand. "[We] can't make enough" iPads, Chief Financial Officer CFO Peter Oppenheimer said last week. "[We're] selling as fast as we can make them."

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Apple iphone4 cases vs. Samsung: Settlement talks scheduled for May 21-22

U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh, who presided over a number of Best iPhone 4 Cases vs. Samsung cases, ordered the two to engage in settlement talks earlier in April. Representatives from both companies, including Apple’s Tim Cook and Samsung’s Gee-Sung Choi, are expected to meet to discuss ending litigation. Florian Mueller, author of FOSS Patents, broke the news, noting chief lawyers on each side will also be present. The Best iPhone 4 Case talks and mediation process will be held in the strictest of confidence. The two companies’ iPhone 4S Cases battle over patents reached its one-year anniversary this month totalling more than 50 lawsuits in 10 different countries, reports CNET’s Charles Cooper. Cook’s recent statement sent a strong signal that Apple could be ready to end the patent war, started by the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. During the company’s first-quarter earnings call, Cook said: ”I would highly prefer to settle than to battle. But it’s important that Apple not become the developer for the world. We need people to invent their own stuff.” Samsung will likely want to settle after it was hit the most in the courts’ decisions. Though it has suffered through iphone 4 covers bans and sales injunctions, the company continues to generate huge profits. During its fourth-quarter earnings, the company noted how its Galaxy products had become a “household name” thanks to Apple’s attempts to block the smartphone and tablet line-up. Apple launched its ground assault on Samsung in April 2011 when the company filed a patent infringement case against Samsung, claiming its tablets were in breach of itsDesigner iPhone 4s Case design. The Korea-based smartphone giant fired back with its own set of complaints, saying that Apple infringed its hardware and networking patents. Since then, both companies have seen their Designer iPhone 4S Case banned from sale in various regions, though Apple was lucky to secure the overturning of a sales ban within hours of the court’s decision. Samsung has had less luck, however, but reclaimed most of its lost sales in Australia in the run-up to Christmas after it secured the lifting of a ban against its tablet.

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iphone 4 cases

Some more issues are popping up with iPhone 4 Cases users . Seems the proximity sensors are a little less sensitive than their predecessors, causing hang-ups from people who hold the iPhone close to their ear, move it slightly away and then touch their cheek to it. Also some people are muting by accident . Apple iPhone 4S Cases are growing. Is this another iPhone 4 issue or just a learning curve thing? We’re not getting this problem but it is apparent that many people are having Best iPhone 4 Case 9to5mac reader, Christopher Menendez writes: Yesterday, after camping out 13.5 hours in jacksonville, a 2 hour drive from Tallahassee where I’m currently attending FSU, I noticed my calls were hanging up out of nowhere. I didn’t attribute this to the antenna problem because not only do I have a bumper but the call also did not show up as failed, merely as hung up (would return me to my recent iPhone 4 Covers ). I then started thinking i might be cheek dialing…a quick call to moviefone to give me a chance to mess with the proximity sensor using my hands showed it is COMPLETELY out of wack. It takes too long to turn off once you put it to your face (thus hanging up on people with my cheek) and would turn on immediately after pulling it away from my face half an inch. A quick search on google and the macrumors forums show that many people are experiencing the problem

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iphone 4 cases

Steve Jobs stepped into the Designer iPhone 4 Cases fray today. If you aren’t yet familiar, if you hald the iPhone 4 a certain way, the antena signal degrades. After 24 hours with my device, it is easily reproducible and actually does affect call quality, at least in my case. But Jobs isn’t worried according to this email chain. In fact, if you hold your iPhone 4S Cases in such a way as to make the signal go down, you are clearly doing it wrong: Hi Steve,? ? ? ? ? So, um, just got my iPhone 4. Its lovely and all, but this ‘bridge the two antennae to kill your reception’ thing seems to be a bit serious. If I bridge them with my hand or with a piece of metal the bars slowly drop to ‘Searching…’ and then ‘ iPhone 4 Cases ’. Its kind of a worry. Is it possible this is a design flaw? Regards - Rory Sinclair His reply: Nope. Just don’t hold it that way. Rory continued: I texted someone from the phone and noticed reception dropping as I texted, down to ‘ Best iPhone 4 Cases ’, so I emailed again: Actually, its not calls that concern me, but i’ve just been writing a text and its very natural for me as a right-handed person to hold it that way, with the part of my hand at the base of my thumb covering the point the antennae meet, and it kills the reception each time. I mean, pretty much as soon as i move my hand it comes back, but its pretty crazy… is this the reason iPhone 4S Case - Rory Another one-liner is my prize: Just don’t hold it that way then. Hmm.. I persevere: Well, yeah, thats what i’ll do, but you have to admit thats a workaround, yeah? I mean, normally there aren’t limits to how you can hold a phone. I seriously dig the phone, its totally amazing, but I think this is what many would call a design flaw. - Rory His last reply: Sure there are – every phone has these areas of sensitivity, depending on the location of the antenna. Some phones even ship with labels warning customers to not cover certain areas with their hands.

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iphone 4 cases

You might want to take a look at this video ( Flash challenged here ). Seems some relatively common Designer iPhone 4 Cases slow down dramatically. Would speed hits plus relatively few enhancements in iOS 4 for 3G owners cause any of you to hang back on 3.1.3?…if you haven’t updated already? via DF Update: We’re hearing in the comments that people are seeing same speed on their 4.0 builds as the faster build in the video. Designer iPhone 4S Cases

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iphone 4 cases

Uh oh FedEx. Looks like those early Chanel iPhone 4 Case weren’t planned after all. According to an Apple Rep, who was called by an ‘early receiver’ , the iPhone delivery was a mistake. Some people are able to activate their iPhone 4s, others may not be able to. Could AT&T/Apple have shut down the activations servers until tomorrow? Why not get a jump on all of the excitement and give your activation servers some load testing? Sadly, ours is still in Alaska. More unboxings Louis Vuitton iPhone 4 Case

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iPad 3 Cases

Up first: Engadget, who conclude : We’re not going to beat around the bush — in our approximation, the iPhone 4 is the best smartphone on the market right now. The combination of gorgeous new hardware, that amazing display, upgraded cameras, and major improvements to the operating iPad 3 Cases make this an extremely formidable package. Yes, there are still pain points that we want to see Apple fix, and yes, there are some amazing alternatives to the Best iPad 3 Cases out there. But when it comes to the total package — fit and finish in both software and hardware, performance, app selection, and all of the little details that make a device like this what it is — we think it’s the cream of the current crop. We won’t argue that a lot of this is a matter of taste — some people will just prefer the way Designer iPad 3 Cases or Symbian works to the iPhone, and others will be on the lookout for a hardware keyboard or a particular asset that the iPhone 4 lacks — but in terms of the total picture, it’s tough to deny that Apple has moved one step past the competition with this phone. Of course, in the hyper-accelerated smartphone market where the Next Big Thing seems to always be just around the corner, it’s anyone’s guess how long they keep that edge. http://www.viddler.com/simple_on_site/9c9c1a2e We’re not expecting an official Gizmodo version, Louis Vuitton iPad 3 Case

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