Apple Press Conference Time And Live Feed
October 4, 2011 by staff
Apple Press Conference Time And Live Feed, As the new iPhone 5 is disclosed to the public today in California, there is a market in which the new device is not likely to be very popular. Although fans of the iPhone in most regions of the world unable to contain his excitement, Apple is really having trouble selling their mobile brand in India.
World’s most famous producer of consumer electronics is having trouble selling iPhones in the country of South Asia, which still prevail BlackBerrys, reported The Times of India.
India is a market with 602 million active subscribers, the report said. However, Apple ship fewer phones for the second mobile phone market in the world to Norway.
The company runs only some 2.6 percent of shipments of smartphones in India in the quarter ended June 30, but behind Research In Motion (15 percent of shipments), Samsung Electronics ( 21 percent of shipments) and Nokia (46 percent of shipments).
Nokia and RIM (who entered the market in 2004) with better luck in this market – smart phone shipments for these two companies are expected to increase by almost 70 percent per year until 2015.
RIM reportedly plans to extend its lead over Apple after expansion of the distribution of 80 cities.
The main reason, according to experts, for iPhones not being popular is that the 3G network is not well established in India, where most still work in 2G phones.
Meanwhile, in California on Tuesday, Apple press conference is expected to reveal the main features of the new phone. Is expected to be held in Apple’s new CEO, Tim Cook.
Someanlysts suggest that the iPhone 5 does not have capacities of 4 GB or capacity of 4G LTE.
Some detail the rumors that a low-cost iPhone 4S, which has been compared with the current iPhone in April, the smartphone can be presented at the conference October 4 and released shortly thereafter.
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