Mac OS X Lion July 20

July 20, 2011 by USA Post 

Mac OS X Lion July 20Mac OS X Lion July 20, Apple said its new OS X 10.7 “Lion” is the July 20 launch, and sales of IPAD and iPhone are on the rise as part of their income from July 19 calls. Apple reported a significant growth in sales of IPAD and the iPhone for the fiscal 2011 third quarter on its way to quarterly revenue and 28.57 billion and a net profit of 7.31 billion y.

In total, Apple sold 20.34 million iPhones during the quarter, up year after year of 142 percent. Cases also sold 9.25 million, good for an increase every year of 183 percent. Mac sales of 3,950,000 represent an increase of 14 percent from the same quarter of 2010.

“We sold all the iPhone could do,” said chief financial officer, Peter Oppenheimer,anlysts and media to listen to Apple July 19 earnings call, while suggesting that the significant majority of the Fortune 500 are studying how to better integrate the best-selling pill in the workflow of their employees. The iPhone is also apparently enjoying a spike in adoption among business users.

As in previous quarters, Apple faced a significant decline in iPod sales: 7.54 million units, down 20 percent from the prior year quarter. The company attributes the softness in traditional media-player of cannibalization of sales for the iPhone.

“We are delighted to offer our best quarter ever, with revenue up 82 percent and profits up 125 percent,” wrote Apple CEO Steve Jobs in a statement accompanying the figures July 19. “Right now, we’re very focused and excited to bring IOS 5 and icloud our users this fall.”

Even before Apple’s July 19 earnings report,anlysts and experts had focused on the end of 2011, when the company expects to launch a series of new software, including Mac OS X “Lion” and the IOS five operating systems, along with a new iPhone.

“The concern [Wall Street] seems to be more about the outlook for the third quarter, the current supply restrictions for IPAD and the timing of the introduction of the iPhone,” said Tony Ursillo, ananlyst at Loomis Sayles & Co., July 15 Reuters.

For many, the questions (and rumors) are growing about the nature of the launch of the iPhone. The Boy Genius Report blog, citing “new information from a source very solid,” published July 18 that Apple is planning to launch an iPhone without a contract and a price of 350. “It’s very possible that the low-cost iPhone, in fact, the iPhone 3G,” the publication added. “We have been told that Apple will continue selling the current iPhone 4 and finally giving the company a wide range of devices in the lower price segments, medium and high-end”.

But Apple likes to keep his future plans in secret, and executives of the company’s July 19 earnings call were his mouth shut about the future of the iPhone. Oppenheimer revealed, however, that Apple plans to launch the latest version of Mac OS X 10.7 “Lion” July 20. The last full-length version of Apple’s Mac OS X franchise includes full-screen applications, settings in the user interface (for example, the scroll bars disappear and a greater range of gesture controls) and a function-launched the air that triggers the files wirelessly to other users.

Oppenheimer recognizes that icloud IOS 5 and will be launched during the fall time frame, along with a “major product transition that we will not talk.” That might be the closest thing to an iPhone from current reference. IOS 5 update includes a wide variety of new features designed specifically for Apple’s mobile devices more competitive with Google Android, Windows Phone and Research In Motion BlackBerry franchise.

Apple COO Tim Cook, also on the call suggested that the iPhone quarterly sales were strong due to expansion in regions such as China, Latin America and the Middle East, which he defined as “the markets that Apple has not traditionally been as strong in “Above all, the iPhone appeared in 42 additional vehicles.

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