Now that the rumored October 10 date for Apple to send media invites for an "iPad mini" event later this month has passed, we'll turn our attention to a new survey that reveals consumers may not be that interested anyway.
In what could only be described as the oddest of statistics to come out of the woodworks in awhile, the Wall Street Journal reports that travel shopping site Orbitz sold more expensive hotels to Mac users on average because, as the company discovered, Mac users prefer it.
While Orbitz wasn't skewing the search queries to display the more pricier hotels to Mac users specifically, those hotels did pop up on the list more often for Mac users than those using Windows.
While Google’s Android continues to dominate the smartphone market, manufacturers creating tablets with the same operating system are still fighting an uphill battle against Apple’s iPad -- including the once white-hot Amazon Kindle Fire.
With an endless stream of reports about Apple’s new iPads running too hot or charging improperly, you’d think customer satisfaction might be lower than previous models. As it turns out, the opposite is true -- new iPad owners are in love.