Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Will IPad Mini see a New Story in Asia? - Mini to touch Asia
Apple’s iPad Mini, a failure made. United States have already looked down to this cheaper version of iPad. They really feel that too choose iPad Mini will be the choice of only those who want to simply be an Apple user. Neither the configuration nor the list of features attracted the users, and when it comes to the size it has surely brought down many expectations.So after seeing the flop show in US now Apple has aimed the Asian Market. The survey says that Asians have always turned to be the greatest Apple fans. But this time the fact seems to be a myth, where Apple expects a fabulous response, there are hardly the buyers who ar waiting for the Mini to be released. There are high possibilities that US story maybe repeatedly telecasted.
The story of disappointment even brings Australia in the same baggage. When iPad was to be launched, the dealers had witnessed the long queue of bookings but this time the story has just a queue of few fifty, Strange isn’t it!
I whole heartedly feel that Apple has done a good job but has made a toy for kids to play, but what about the real users. The only reason that I feel is responsible for the downfall is that Apple is selling the toy-gadget at a higher price as compared to the similar rival gadget.
And as I said that those who have been reportedly bought the gadget were unaware of their wrongful choice, but if you are buying it to add in the collection of Apple gadgets in your bag then surely, carry on!
For example, Sara Thomas thought that the smaller tablet, with poorer graphics, was better than the original iPad. We guess he thought that because it was new it must be better.
The story of downfall would be a tough task for Apple to gulp-in. The Apple store in Tokyo just managed to sell out 100, and the one in Hong Kong witnessed the similar story.
Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster who generally claims that Apple will sell trillions said “Apple will likely sell between 1 million and 1.5 million iPad Minis in the first weekend, far short of the 3 million third-generation iPads sold last March in their first weekend.” Also he mentions that “the lack of the wireless option and newness of the smaller form factor for consumers. He thinks that users will get used to this.”