Time Inc. announced on Wednesday that all of its 21 magazines would be coming to the iPad before the end of the year. Titles, which include Entertainment Weekly, InStyle, and Coastal Living, will also be available on Android, the HP TouchPad, and Barnes & Noble Nook, according to news first reported by the Apple Insider.
Apple's seemingly unstoppable success is the business equivalent of the philosopher's stone. Everyone wants to know what it is that makes the company tick or rather, what makes Steve Jobs... Steve Jobs.
Time Inc., has reached a deal with Apple to make all of its iPad editions free for print subscribers. This arrangement, which becomes effective today, includes Sports Illustrated, Time, and Fortune magazines.
We felt pretty confident that the iPad was going to be the hit toy this Christmas season. Further proof that we put our money where our mouth is; we even launched a starter iPad app for the occasion. Now that Christmas is behind us, we're all wondering: Did our prediction come true?
Could the iPad outsell Macs by 2012? Every iDevice so far has managed to achieve this feat within a couple of years. Now, analyst Daniel ("Deagol") Tello has projected the iPad's sales. His investigation highlights 2012 as being the year Apple's iPad overtakes Mac sales. Read on to find out more, and to check out the results of Tello's investigation...