So you’ve just bought a brand new iPad, and you were probably talked into getting Apple iPad “Insurance” as well. Unfortunately, what you purchased in the form of an extended warranty doesn’t cover you for a lot of potential undesirable events. All it does is cover you in the event of mechanical fault or damage caused by the manufacturer’s negligence for an additional year or two. What it doesn’t do is cover you for the replacement of a stolen or lost iPad, which is why you should look elsewhere from Apple’s offering. Here are your options for getting full protection for your iPad.
Alternatives To Apple iPad “Insurance”
As I mentioned, Apple iPad “Insurance” really isn’t a full insurance policy for your iPad. It’s simply an extended warranty that has limited cover for your device. To get comprehensive cover against theft, loss or accidental damage, you need proper insurance from …
Over the past 18 months, Google has made significant updates to their Android operating system in an attempt to attract developers who are looking to make high quality applications for the platform. Android-powered phones now make up the majority of the smartphone market, but to the surprise of many, lots of developers still prefer to create applications for Apple’s iOS. Some readers might question how a developer can prefer the more constricted iOS-style development to Android’s open market distribution system, but professionally executed surveys and studies by research companies such as Flurry have revealed a variety of different reasons as to why this preference may arise.
Firstly, although there are now more smartphones running on Android than on iOS, Apple’s iPod Touches and iPads bring the total number of iOS powered devices on the market to nearly 200 million. Despite the recent growth in tablets running Android, there’s no way …
I’m sure you’re aware of the explosion in popularity of iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad applications. Even if you don’t own one of these devices, you’ve probably seen one of Apple’s commercials showing how amazingly fun or useful all their apps are.
Businesses are getting into the app craze by the thousands. Not only are new companies being formed to build apps, but many existing companies are building their own apps, either as an additional revenue stream or just as a way to build their brand.
In fact, a lot of companies are starting to think of apps as the new website: every business should have one!
Here’s something to think about: who’s actually building all these apps?
There’s currently a huge disparity between supply and demand when it comes to iOS development. The iOS platform didn’t even exist 3 years ago, and suddenly there are tens of thousands of …