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September 23, 2012

September 21, 2012

Why your wait for iPhone 5 will get 83% Longer

Make sure you get  ready to stand in the queue 83% more for that coveted iPhone 5 sales from today. The crowds for the iPhone 5 are 83 percent larger than they were for the iPhone 4S,  as iPhone 5 sales is predicted to cross 8 million iPhones  during Sept 21st to 23rd,2012

Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster, who has been tracking iphone sales since its debut in 2007  that Friday's launch of the iPhone 5 in the U.S. was the biggest ever.Munster has predicted iphone 5  sales tp cross  8 million  on 2st to 23rd septembe,2012  weekend.

Going by  this trend   Apple can  expect to sell 49 million iPhones in the December quarter. The only caveat, he said, is whether Apple can make the phones fast enough to meet demand.

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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October 12, 2011

iPhone 4S is 68% Faster than iPhone ,the fastest smartphone Today

The first GeekBench benchmarks for Apple’s new iPhone 4S prove that dual-core A5 processor makes this baby a super speedy smartphone. Thought your iPhone 4 was quick? The new iPhone is about 68% quicker!


The specs listed in the GeekBench test shows the iPhone 4S’ dual-core A5 chip, and confirms rumors that the device still packs just 512MB RAM. The A5 chip is also present in Apple’s iPad 2, and while that does perform better than the new iPhone in GeekBench tests, with a score of 749, the iPhone 4S achieves an impressive score of ~623.

In comparison, the iPhone 4 achieves just 370, making the new device around 68% than the fourth-generation iPhone, and only 17% slower that the iPad 2. However, the iPhone 4S’ chip is under-clocked at just 800MHz, whereas the iPad 2”s  is free to run at 1GHz.

Now this is where the iPhone 4S comes in. The Safari browser running on iOS 5 and the dual-core A5 processor managed to obliterate the competition with a score of 89,567. No matter which side of the camp you may be, you cannot deny that it is an incredible score

The  Apple iPhone 4S scored a 2222 on the SunSpider JavaScript benchmark 0.9. Right behind that is actually the 15-month old iPhone 4 running iOS 5 with a score of 3921 — not even close. In this category, iPhone 4S is second in line only to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9, which is a tablet, not a smartphone. For some reason, that’s the only tablet thrown in the mix. The Galaxy Tab 8.9 received a score of 2220.

October 2, 2011

The Making of The iPhone Nation: Trends and Insights

Comscore in a recent research paper on the iPhone Trends provides some interesting insights on how the iPhone has become the no 1 consumer electronic item that is universally searched  across the internet for the third year in succession. In July 2009, a month after the iPhone 3GS was launched, 6.6 million U.S. mobile users reported having an iPhone. Over the next two years, during which the iPhone 4 was released on both AT&T’s and Verizon’s networks, that number increased to 22.2 million mobile users – a staggering 235 percent increase

A look at the volume of iPhone searches over the past six months leading up to the rumored release date (Figure 1) shows interest in the iPhone 5 steadily building from 2.3 million searches in March to 6.7 million in August.

The most popular iPhone 5-related search terms in August were “iPhone 5,” “iPhone 5 release date,” and “iPhone 5 rumors.” Of the nearly 40 million total searches related to the iPhone in August, iPhone 5-related searches accounted for 17 percent, gaining ground on iPhone 4-related searches at 23 percent. iPhone 3GS searches accounted for 5 percent of all iPhone searches, while the remaining 55 percent were not specific to a particular model.

In July 2011, a significant percentage – more than 45 percent – of iPhone users in the U.S. continued to come from households earning $100,000 or more. However, the number of iPhone users with a household income of less than $50,000 doubled vs. last year, accounting for the highest growth rate across income segments. This growth coincides with AT&T’s heavily discounted offering of the iPhone 3GS at the beginning of 2011, priced at only $49