Mobile Roar Podcast 42: OnePlus One Equals Two


The hypebeast has finally been slaughtered. The infamous start-up phone maker, OnePlus, finally revealed their “flagship killer” this week. We discuss the OnePlus One and wonder if they can follow through with their promises. Other topics this week include a Google Glass user being asked to remove Glass on a plane, Apple device sales dropping, Vic Gundrota, and much more. Thanks for listening!

Guest: Edgar Cervantes – MobileGeeks.com (@Tech_Sasquatch)

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Joe Fedewa
Ever since I flipped open my first phone I've been obsessed with the devices. I've dabbled in other platforms, but Android is where I feel most at home.

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  1. Lol I like how Kevin was missing for the iPhone/iPad sales tanking. He must have been so upset he had to go for a bike ride huh?

    Great podcast as always guys.

    1. Don’t know if true hipster or just ironic.

    2. Tanking, strange way to put it.

      iPhone sales were up 17% to last years quarter, down 14% from last quarter (the holiday period). It was the 3rd biggest quarter for iPhones in history.

      The iPad was down 16% from last years quarter, a fall yes, but ‘tanked’ seems a bit of an exaggeration.

      Sorry to use facts and not petty points scoring

      The numbers

      Apple sold 43.7 million iPhones, down 14 percent compared to the previous quarter but up 17 percent on the year-ago quarter. Revenues from the iPhone are down 20 percent compared to the last quarter but up 14 percent on the year-ago quarter.

      Apple sold 16.35 million tablets – iPads and iPad mini tablets – down 37 percent on the previous quarter and down 16 percent on the year-ago quarter. However, it still represents the fifth best quarter for the iPad, behind Q1 14, Q1 13, Q2 13, and Q3 12.

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