- iPhone 6 Relaesing in July: Mizuho SecuritiesPosted 2 months ago
- OS X Has Same SSL Vulnerability Apple Patched in iOS 7.0.6Posted 2 months ago
- Foxconn Cuts Production of Apple’s Lower-cost iPhone 5C at Zhengzhou, ChinaPosted 5 months ago
- Apple to Buy 3D Body Sensing Firm “PrimeSense” for $345 Million: Next Gen iPad & iTV would Offer Kinect like FunctionalityPosted 5 months ago
- Here’s the Fastest Way to Charge the Battery of Your iPhone, Android or iPadPosted 5 months ago
- Some Retina iPad Minis Exhibit Image Retention Issue & Dull ScreensPosted 5 months ago
- Apple Releases OS X Mavericks 10.9.1 Beta 1 for Developers: Download NowPosted 5 months ago
- Apple Plans Large Curved Screen iPhones with Special New SensorsPosted 5 months ago
- New iPhone Air Concept Goes Viral: New Camera Module, 4.6 inch Retina Display, Color CustomizationPosted 5 months ago
- Download Final OS X 10.8.5 (Build 12F37) to Improve Stability, , Compatibility and Security of Your MacPosted 7 months ago
Apple Retail Stores Replace iMacs with iPads on Kids’ Table!
iMore reports, iPads have taken the place of iMacs on the kids’ table at Apple retail stores. This change hints to the company’s mind set for promoting iPads as the best alternates of computers and iMacs and it starts with the young generation for adopting iPads as the most perfect computing device.
The kids’ table is company’s delicious offer in all of the Apple Retail Stores since the opening of first retail store about ten years ago.
The original kids’ tables were adored with CRT iMacs and the children were offered black balls (the famous settee from the Baleri Italia Company) to sit down and enjoy games on iMacs.
As we all know that Apple loves simplicity and typically doesn’t spares massive pretty bucks especially on its retail stores but these black balls settees cost more than $500 each.
Apple updates its iMacs year-by-year introducing newer models but it is the first time Apple has replaced iMacs with iPads at its retail stores though on Kid’s table. Moreover, in the latest Apple’s financial results for Q2 2012, iMacs showed poorest performance in terms of sales.
Image Courtesy: Flickr/Ralph and Jenny