- Apple Releases Q2 2011 Financial Results: Revenue of $39.2 billion and 35.1 million iPhones sold
- Shadowgun gets Retina support on new iPad, now $2.99
- Freebie Alert: Fodor’s Travel Guides for iOS now free to download
- Onavo Extend adds LTE/CDMA support, will help cut down on data usage
- Digizoid zO2 Personal Subwoofer in Review – who let the dogs out?
Posted: 24 Apr 2012 04:46 PM PDT
Apple has announced their financial results for Q2 of 2012 and the numbers are staggering once again. During this fiscal quarter, Apple posted revenue of $39.2 billion, and a net profit of $11.6 billion. The hardware sold in quarter are as follows:
Not surprisingly, the two products that are driving record breaking sales for Apple continue to be the iPhone and the iPad. As for the third fiscal quarter, Apple’s CFO Peter Oppenheimer expects revenue to drop slightly, with a forecast of about $34 billion. You can now listen to the entire live stream of the financial results conference call on Apple’s website. Full PR after the break.
Posted: 24 Apr 2012 11:20 AM PDT
Shadowgun (TMA Review), one of the best third person shooters on iOS, has just been updated to support the new iPad’s 2048×1536 resolution. Not only does it get a nice bump up in res count, but it also gets 4x MSAA Anti Aliasing without sacrificing on performance. As such, the visuals will look even more stunning on the latest iPad. Meanwhile for other iDevice owners, this splendid shooter has received some minor bug fixes to improve upon the overall experience. The update is free for those who’ve already purchased the game, otherwise, Shadowgun can now be had for only $2.99 (down from $4.99).
Posted: 24 Apr 2012 10:21 AM PDT
Thinking of visiting London this summer for the Olympics? Or New York City for a business trip in the coming weeks? Well as it so happens, Fodor’s 6 city-based Travel Guides for the iPhone and iPad (a universal app) have dropped from $5.99 to free. All city guides offer expert reviews of restaurants, shops, hotels and hotspots to visit, exclusive Fodor’s Choice picks and even downloadable offline and interactive maps to help avoid those roaming charges. The ability to bookmark favorites and take ‘field’ notes for every recommendation is also available for its users. The freebie offer isn’t likely to last long, so be sure to grab the apps below before they go back up in price.
Posted: 24 Apr 2012 09:45 AM PDT
Onavo Extend, an existing iOS app that helps you save up to 80% on your data consumption, has just added support for 4G LTE iPads, and the iPhone 4S on CDMA networks. Using cloud-based technology and some and compression magic, Onavo helps make sure that you don’t go over your monthly data plan. Basically, here’s how it works:
Posted: 24 Apr 2012 02:20 AM PDT
Indeed. Digizoid dub this diminutive piece of plastic a 'personal subwoofer'. I'd dub it a personal wolf pack – that is, if wolfs were known for barking. They probably growl, so maybe the metaphor stands. Which is more than I could do the first time I heard the zO2, which floored me.
I've been mopping up ever since.
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