I like have all three devices. iPad iPhone & Mac Book Pro. Don’t need to upgrade until the iPhone 6 comes out. My iPad can do just so much that I do need my Mac Book.
Apple’s flagship product, the iPhone, is humming along nicely, according to the company’s latest quarterly earnings report, but its newest disruptive device has seen better days.
The iPad, which turned four years old in April, is suffering slowing sales on both a sequential and year-over-year basis. The product line sold 13.3 million units between April and June, down 9 percent from the same period last year. That’s bad news for a relatively new device that was supposed to be “better than a laptop” and eventually devour the PC market.
Here’s a breakdown of the product’s overall trajectory:
In the most recent quarter, the iPad saw its lowest sales since the first quarter of 2012, when it sold 11.8 million units. Many factors explain the slowdown: For one, new iPad rollouts don’t generate nearly the buzz of a new iPhone launch. Why not? The flagship device hasn’t changed dramatically…
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