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iPhone, AT&T top JD Power smartphone satisfaction survey

iPhone, AT&T top JD Power smartphone satisfaction survey

JD Power has released their smartphone satisfaction survey, and the overall results are as you might expect. Among customers on the four major US carriers, Apple’s iPhone reigns supreme for overall customer satisfaction while Samsung is a close second. That mantle may cede in the coming years, as another finding from the survey undermines Apple’s current business model altogether.

 

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iPhone 6 case shown off in comparison video

iPhone 6 case shown off in comparison video

The folks at Unbox Therapy have gotten their hands on what is purported to be an iPhone 6 case, which they've shown off in a comparison video next to an iPhone 5s, as well as a Note 3 and Nexus 5. In addition, some artistic renders of the upcoming iPhone 6 have surfaced, showing off concepts of what the final product could look like.

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Apple “on the prowl”: 24 acquisitions in 18 months

Apple “on the prowl”: 24 acquisitions in 18 months

Generally the news is that Apple was discovered to have acquired a single company. Today it’s become apparent that Apple has been acquiring companies rather quickly, with Tim Cook himself confirming that they’d acquired 24 companies over the past 18 months. "That shows that we are on the prowl," said Cook.

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Apple Q214 earnings tap $10.2 billion net profit

Apple Q214 earnings tap $10.2 billion net profit

Starting off the quarter with a record-breaking quarter for revenue from services, Apple showed a quarterly revenue of $45.6 billion USD. This amount works with a quarterly net profit of $10.2 billion, turning out $11.62 USD per diluted share for the quarter. This is Apple’s financial Q2 for 2014.

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Apple iPhone and iPad sales: 43.7m and 16.4m in Q2 2014

Apple iPhone and iPad sales: 43.7m and 16.4m in Q2 2014

Apple sold 43.7m iPhones in Q2 2014, while iPad sales reached 16.4m, with phone sales rising compared to the previous year, though the same could not be said of the tablet category. Sales of the iPhone decreased 14-percent quarter-on-quarter - though were up 17-percent year-on-year - while revenue from smartphone sales dropped by a fifth to $26bn QoQ but up 14-percent YoY.

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iPad still dominates tablet web use but Samsung improves

iPad still dominates tablet web use but Samsung improves

The tablet market may have more options in it than ever before, but Apple's iPad still dominates usage in North America according to the latest research. Samsung made gains on the iPad in Q2 2014, stats firm Chitika says, but its 8.3-percent of the tablet web traffic pie pales in comparison to Apple's 77.2-percent, with the iPad's share declining slightly year-on-year but not enough to shift the chart considerably.

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