Apple CEO Tim Cook refused to reveal sales numbers on the Apple Watch, calling it "competitive information," at a Wall Street Journal technology conference Monday. "We shipped a lot the first quarter..then last quarter we shipped even more," he said. "I can predict this quarter we will ship even more."The Apple Watch is available in three varieties: the entry-level Sport version starting at $349, the Apple Watch starting at $549 and the Apple Watch Edition starting at $10,000. Apple declined to comment on the analyst projections.
If you're dead set iphone 2 case on getting the Nexus 6P, you can always join the waitlist -- Google will send you an email when the device is back in stock, Just looking for a taste of Android Marshmallow ? Take a gander at the cheaper Nexus 5X : it's still in stock, but I'd recommend you move quickly, Just in case, The latest member of Google's Nexus family is currently out of stock, Still on the fence about whether or not to pick up that shiny new Google Nexus 6P? That decision just got a little easier: the device is currently listed as out of stock in the Google Play Store..
The first thing you'll notice about the Android Lollipop-powered ZenFone 2 Laser, is of course, the lack of sharks with lasers mounted on their heads. Instead, the phone comes with a laser autofocus system to help the camera focus on a subject faster. Apart from this addition, Asus has also made the battery removable. The phone feels and handles just like the ZenFone 2 and ZenFone Selfie , with the volume controls located below the camera on the rear. The power button is still awkwardly placed right at the top, making you stretch your fingers to reach it, although you can switch the screen on with a double tap. It also comes with a shiny metallic red rear, which is nice if you like your devices standing out from a sea of black or white phones.
More importantly, however, is the switch to using Qualcomm processors for the phones instead of the Intel chips that were on the earlier ZenFone 2s, The Intel chipsets offered decent performance for a slight premium, but switching to Qualcomm feels like a downgrade, especially when you consider that the 5.5-inch ZenFone 2 Laser is only running on the Snapdragon 410, while the 6-inch model gets the Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 treatment, While I usually have no issues with phones powered by these processors, especially the Snapdragon 615, I worry that the ZenFone's iphone 2 case bloated Zen UI software could lead to a sluggish performance that will hamper the user experience, This was the case with the ZenFone Selfie, which uses the Qualcomm Snapdragon 615, as I pointed out in my review ..
Otherwise, the ZenFone 2 Laser has respectable specs, though it's really dependant on which version you get. Asus has six different models of this phone, with three different screen sizes ranging from 5 to 6 inches. The highest-end one is the only one with a 6-inch full-HD 1,920x1,080-pixel display, while the rest sport HD -- that's 1,280x720 pixels -- screens. To help you out, I've made a table below with the specs as well as its recommended retail pricing in Asia. Do note that there's no word yet on when these phones will hit other markets, such as the US, but I've included a US dollar conversion for the prices we do have.