The new iPad has debuted with striking features - Retina Display, A5X dual core chip with quad core graphics, 4G LTE and 5- megapixel rear-facing (iSight) camera. However, the good times don't last long - a serial of controversies and criticism are now surfacing.
Start the slideshow to check out the top 3 controversies dogging the new Apple tablet.
Central banks will be net buyers of gold this year as they diversify away from the U.S. dollar, global commodities investment fund BlackRock said on Monday in comments that helped drive bullion to fresh record highs.
Indication of higher demand for commodities gives investors further hope that the recovery is in full swing. This is prompting investors to buy higher risk currencies, allowing the Euro to gain on the USD.
Continued weakness in the Dollar pushed oil higher, regaining most of last weeks' losses. The Dollar lost nearly 0.5% against a basket of leading currencies on Monday, and focus will remain on the currency as Obama continues to meet dignitaries in Asia.
Apple' new iPad is a lot like iPad 2, except when it come to Smart Covers. Smart Covers, unveiled in 2011 along with iPad 2, are one of the coolest features of iPad. Along with adding fancy to the tablet, smart covers also offer ease of use functionality. Covering the tablet's screen with smart cover makes the iPad go to sleep and opening the cover wakes up the tablet. But now most of the smart covers on the new iPad do not work in the way as they were supposed to be or they used to work o...
Last year, Apple managed to sell roughly 30 million iPhones in the last quarter alone. Since it launched the iPhone 4S, it sold about 20 million units of the handset, making it one of the best sellers in the history of smartphones. The next iPhone, dubbed iPhone 5, is expected to be even more popular. Analysts forecast that Apple will sell about 50 million iPhone 5 units in 2012 and 2013.