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September 13, 2012

The iPhone 5 Assembly Line : How Much will it sell




               
Gene Munster is raising his September iPhone estimates from 22 million to 27.2 million units given the confirmation of the iPhone 5 launch on September 21. As previously noted, he believes that Apple could sell between 6-10 million iPhone 5s by the end of September. Munster notes the company sold 4 million iPhone 4GS’s in its three day launch weekend last year. 

Historically, first-weekend sales of new iPhones have ramped up significantly with the debut of each successive model. The iPhone 3GS sold more than one million units during its first weekend at market. The iPhone 4 sold more than 1.7 million. And the iPhone 4S sold more than four million.

 Apple is expected  to report sales of between 22 million and 23 million iPhones during the September quarter. But if Apple ships its next-generation iPhone on Sept. 21, as expected, sales could be even higher.
According to Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster, iPhone sales for the period could range between 26 million and 28 million units, with the bulk of that increase occurring the week of Sept. 21.
   


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August 18, 2012

iPhone 5 Sales to Hit 10million by September 2012 end

English: Worldwide iPhone sales by quarter in ...
English: Worldwide iPhone sales by quarter in an svg format. Sales volume is in millions. Original iPhone iPhone 3G iPhone 3GS iPhone 4 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Based on numerous news reports pointing to a September launch of the iPhone 5, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster estimates that Apple will sell 26 million to 28 million devices overall. 


iPhone 5 could hit 10M units sold in September, analyst says | Apple - CNET News: "Should Apple launch its fifth version of the iPhone in September, the company is likely to sell 6 million to 10 million of those devices in the last 10 days of the month, according to an analyst.

Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster estimated that Apple will sell 26 million to 28 million devices overall in its September quarter. That projection is well ahead of current estimates, which account for slowing iPhone sales and roughly 22 million to 23 million units in the quarter."


For Apple, a September launch would allow it to top Wall Street estimates. In recent quarters, Apple fell short of projections even though it still has raked in tons of cash.
In the big picture, the iPhone 5 timing of units isn't that big a deal -- unless you hold Apple shares. Munster noted that he expects the iPhone 5 to be "the largest consumer electronics product upgrade in history."


 Horace Dideu of Asymco recently posted a  chart on  how iPhone generation ranked in terms of  Sales History

The 3G easily outsold the original iPhone. In fact, it sold nearly four times as many.
The 3GS also handily beat the 3G+original total by a factor of 1.6
The 4 also beat the 3GS+3G+original. As the 4 may continue to sell into the future, the beat will only grow larger.
The 4S is only half way through beating  the 4+3GS+3G+original
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August 23, 2011

The Making of iPhone 5 : Evolution and Timeline Of iPhones


This Infographic is courtesy Dusan Belic from IntoMobile and you can see the full infographic below this story.  This data shows the iPhone evolution from the first iPhone back in January 2007 and Beyond. Starting then with the original iPhone,iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 and the as yet unreleased iPhone 5.

The infographic shows various categories for all the iPhone models including the processor, display, connectivity, camera, apps and more and it shows how far Apple has progressed with the iPhone in a relatively short space of time. For example the processor of the first iPhone was a 412MHz ARM 11 and by the iPhone 4 that had evolved to a 1GHz A4 processor. The iPhone 5 expected processor is shown as a 1GHz A5 dual-core processor.

The camera  has moved up, from a 2-megapixel fixed-focus shooter on the original iPhone, moving to an auto-focus 3.2-megapixel on the iPhone 3GS and what is predicted to be an 8-megapixel auto-focus for the iPhone 5. When the initial iPhone was first announced back in 2007 there were no apps However,  post the iPhone 3GS in 2009 there were 50,000 apps available and by October 2011, when we expect to see the iPhone 5 launched, there will be a staggering 500,000+ apps available.

June 7, 2011

HTC Hero Vs iPhone 3G : Smartphone Comparison






    


Infographic Comparison HTC Hero and Blackberry Storm 9500 courtesy Mobile News Omio
   
























The HTC Hero and Blackberry Storm 9500 both are fascinating mobile handsets, each one is superb in look and design – extremely saving and neat looking phones, they but naturally enhance the user's appearance and personality.


The HTC Hero (also marketed as T-Mobile G2 Touch on T-Mobile in the UK, Austria, Germany, Croatia, the Netherlands, Slovakia and Hungary, and Era G2 Touch in Poland) is the third phone manufactured by the HTC Corporation for the Android platform, as part of the A series.

Notably, it is the first phone of that series to feature a 3.5 mm audio jack, multi-touch capability, the HTC Sense user interface, and a "Lite" version of Adobe Flash.[4] The phone was announced on June 24, 2009 in London. It was released in Europe during July 2009, and in the U.S. via Sprint on October 11, 2009 and via Cellular South on November 9, 2009


HTC Hero is very much an advanced phone as it incorporates the very latest Google Android application. With Adobe flash being available on HTC Hero, you can easily browse videos, images and even websites with much ease and convenience. On the other hand Blackberry has very dignified image and presence amongst high profile corporates and distinguished people especially those who are always on the move.


Equipped with better and power packed 5 MP camera, the HTC Hero scores one over the iPhone 3G and at the same time iPhone lacks Bluetooth transfer, memory card slot, non removal battery and even non usability of disk space via USB mass storage which prove to be vital drawbacks and need some improvements to be done by Apple.


Still in comparison, HTC Hero scores slightly above the Blackberry with regards to accessing the net through the mobile especially with Adobe Flash loaded, longer battery life and the Google Android Sense UI. Blackberry has still to catch up quite a bit on this front to stay in the competition.

source : MobilenewsHTCHerodeals

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