So the first test in Jerez is over and it’s safe to say the major regulation changes this year have got Red Bull scratching their heads. Over the four days Red Bull only managed to put in 21 laps. If we compare that to Mercedes who managed 309 laps that’s a colossal difference. However, this is Red Bull we are talking about, the team who have the best technical minded asset in F1, Adrian Newey, so let’s not say anything as of yet.
On the 27th of January 2014, Apple announced their strongest ever quarterly earnings. Firstly, let’s talk money as that’s what it’s all about. Apple posted revenue of £57.6 billion (£34 billion) and net share quarterly profit of £13.1 billion (£7.8 billion). These numbers are crazy and what follows is mesmerising.
It’s been a while since my last post so this may be a long one! I am going to talk about what’s in store for Apple this year and the products they may release. We’ll start with the iPhone 6. Firstly, expect the iPhone 6 to come in two screen sizes. I’m going to predict it’s going to come in a 4.5-inch screen and a 5-inch screen. Times have moved on in the smartphone market and any screen size below 4-inch is now considered as small. Just look at the majority of the HTC and Samsung phones, they are huge.