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text 2018-11-19 10:04
Smartphone and Tablet Case and Covers Market

This report studies the global market size of Smartphone and Tablet Case and Covers in key regions like North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Central & South America and Middle East & Africa, focuses on the consumption of Smartphone and Tablet Case and Covers in these regions.
This research report categorizes the global Smartphone and Tablet Case and Covers market by players/brands, region, type and application. This report also studies the global market status, competition landscape, market share, growth rate, future trends, market drivers, opportunities and challenges, sales channels, distributors and Porters Five Forces Analysis.

In 2017, the global Smartphone and Tablet Case and Covers market size was million US$ and is forecast to million US in 2025, growing at a CAGR of from 2018. The objectives of this study are to define, segment, and project the size of the Smartphone and Tablet Case and Covers market based on company, product type, application and key regions.

The various contributors involved in the value chain of Smartphone and Tablet Case and Covers include manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, intermediaries, and customers. The key manufacturers in the Smartphone and Tablet Case and Covers include
Momax
Belkin
OTTERBOX
OZAKI
Moshi
Rock
Capdase
Benks
PISEN
XDoria

Market Size Split by Type
Slim Cases plastic or rubber
Folio Cases leather
Rugged Cases hard rubber
Tough Cases tough plastic
Flip Cases hard rubber
Market Size Split by Application
iOS Product
Android Product
Windows Product
Others Product

Market size split by Region
North America
United States
Canada
Mexico
AsiaPacific
China
India
Japan
South Korea
Australia
Indonesia
Singapore
Malaysia
Philippines
Thailand
Vietnam
Europe
Germany
France
UK
Italy
Spain
Russia
Central & South America
Brazil
Rest of Central & South America
Middle East & Africa
GCC Countries
Turkey
Egypt
South Africa

The study objectives of this report are:
To study and analyze the global Smartphone and Tablet Case and Covers market size value & volume by company, key regions/countries, products and application, history data from 2013 to 2017, and forecast to 2025.
To understand the structure of Smartphone and Tablet Case and Covers market by identifying its various subsegments.
To share detailed information about the key factors influencing the growth of the market growth potential, opportunities, drivers, industryspecific challenges and risks.
Focuses on the key global Smartphone and Tablet Case and Covers manufacturers, to define, describe and analyze the sales volume, value, market share, market competition landscape, SWOT analysis and development plans in next few years.
To analyze the Smartphone and Tablet Case and Covers with respect to individual growth trends, future prospects, and their contribution to the total market.
To project the value and volume of Smartphone and Tablet Case and Covers submarkets, with respect to key regions along with their respective key countries.
To analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the market.
To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their growth strategies.

In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Smartphone and Tablet Case and Covers are as follows:
History Year: 20132017
Base Year: 2017
Estimated Year: 2018
Forecast Year 2018 to 2025

This report includes the estimation of market size for value million US$ and volume K Units. Both topdown and bottomup approaches have been used to estimate and validate the market size of Smartphone and Tablet Case and Covers market, to estimate the size of various other dependent submarkets in the overall market. Key players in the market have been identified through secondary research, and their market shares have been determined through primary and secondary research. All percentage shares, splits, and breakdowns have been determined using secondary sources and verified primary sources.

For the data information by region, company, type and application, 2017 is considered as the base year. Whenever data information was unavailable for the base year, the prior year has been considered.

Source: www.qandqmarketresearch.com
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text 2018-10-29 10:06
Why were there so little interest in the iPhone 8?

Apple announced that it will be releasing three flagship smartphones - the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and the 10th-anniversary iPhone X. The iPhone 8 officially went on sale worldwide on 22 September 2017 while the iPhone X will not be in stores until 3 November. Although CEO Tim Cook claimed that he was “thrilled” with the response for the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, some reports from around the world suggested that demand for the iPhone 8 is low.

 

Mild Responses for iPhone 8 Around the World

 

However, what was seen on the 22nd September 2017 can be said to be something out of the ordinary. The usual long queues and large crowds that are always present during the release of iPhones was not seen. Instead, what greeted the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus were smaller crowds and muted customer reaction compared to its predecessors. Reuters reported a “bleak turnout” in Australia and that there was a “muted launch” in Asia, a stark difference to what could be seen during the release of previous iPhones.

 

According to The Guardian, there were fewer than 30 people lining up before the Apple’s Sydney store opened on 22nd September 2017 instead of queues stretching for blocks. A similar level of interest could be seen in Asia and in Europe as Apple’s Regent Street store in London only saw a small gathering of diehard fans.

 

Even in China, which traditionally has a large Apple fanbase, the reaction for iPhone 8 is noticeably weaker compared to past years. At 8 a.m. when the doors of Apple’s West Lake location in Hangzhou, only two people could be seen.

 

Possible Reasons Behind the Mild Response for iPhone 8

 

Experts have concluded that there could be a few possible reasons behind the lacklustre response of the iPhone 8:

 

Awaiting the Arrival of iPhone X

 

One possible reason to justify this less than enthusiastic response could be because Apple fanboys and iPhone users who are planning to change their smartphones are awaiting the iPhone X to be released later in the year.

 

Unlike previous years where only one version of the iPhone was released, Apple decided to release the iPhone 8 and iPhone X in the same year, with their availability being less than two months apart. Moreover, the iPhone X outclasses the iPhone 8 in terms of specifications and design which can be another deciding factor why consumers are passing the iPhone 8 in favour of the iPhone X.

 

Francisco Jeronimo, European mobile devices research director for IDC shares his views, “There will be a high number of consumers looking to replace their smartphones because people who bought the iPhone 6S are looking to replace their smartphone at the end of their two-year contract. The question is whether they will buy the iPhone 8 or wait for the iPhone X.”

 

Bored of Minor Tweaks and Upgrades

 

If you are familiar with Apple’s approach for the iPhone over the years, the iPhone 8 features minor tweaks and improvements from the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. In fact, the iPhone 8 is pretty similar to the iPhone 7 with significant upgrades being that the former is able to shoot videos at 4K 60 frames per second and a new glass back instead of metal. The modest refinements present on the iPhone 8 might not be attractive enough for iPhone users to purchase the phone. Moreover, consumers could be bored Apple’s strategy of introducing iPhones with minor improvements and upgrades and branding it as a new flagship device.

 

Growing Preference on Online Shopping

 

Another possible reason why fewer people are seen on the streets to purchase the iPhone 8 is the growing popularity of online shopping worldwide. In recent years, the number of people queueing up outside Apple stores were slowly dwindling as many buyers has chosen to purchase the phone online and having it delivered straight to their door.

 

It seems that the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus is not performing as well for Apple as its predecessors in terms of sales figures thus far. Being the more sought-after device in trio of iPhones released by Apple this year, the iPhone X should see better results compared to iPhone 8.

 

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text 2018-10-14 12:41
Are Desktop Games Still Worth Developing?

Mobile gaming is all the rage nowadays, with this technologically advanced world where our smartphones never leave our hands. With the growth of the mobile gaming industry, there is some speculation among other sites and some gamers. Having a PC game when it comes to revenue in 2016, it is predicted that mobile gaming will only continue to grow for years to come.

 

What does the world have in the world of desktop development? Or if the new competition will force desktop games to become obsolete?

 

According to SuperData, in 2016 games made a total of $ 91 billion across multiple platforms with mobile games with a whopping $ 41 trillion, with majority of its revenue coming from the instant hit and much-anticipated VR Pokémon game GO and the occasion pay -to-win and incessantly advertised Clash Royale.

 

But the situation for PC games is hardly as bleak as news sites make it seem. While mobile games are undeniably on the top, the revenue for PC games comes in second place with a respectable $ 35.8 billion.

 

Even though it does not seem to be that much of a difference, some of the results have been taken into consideration that someday soon PC games will be a thing of the past. Even with statistics like this, the possibility of mobile games overtaking PC gaming, it's still, it's still pretty unlikely. And we're not saying that just because we're PC gamers too. Most agree that the fear of PC gaming become obsolete that many are experiencing is just that, a fear. A baseless one at that. The success of mobile games are staggering, but it's hardly a sign that PC games are falling behind.

 

The most different types of gaming together, PC games and mobile games are completely different in ways that prove the success of the game.

 

 

Why Mobile Games Are Earning More

 

Accessibility

 

Mobile games are often more easily compared to PC games. With our smartphones never leaving our hands these days, it is no wonder that our smartphone has been developed. This also makes mobile games far easier to profit from. Many of the popular games have in-app monetization, such as in-app purchases, where gamers can watch money, and so on. in-game cash. Sometimes, you might see the game that you want to watch the game developers.

 

PC games do not have this luxury. Revenue for PC games come from the game of the game. Even if there were in-game purchases to be made, most would not even consider them.

 

What's more, when did you last see a PC game that does not need ridiculously high end. Popular games like Overwatch and GTA V, Nvidia GeForce GTX 960 and above, with Intel Core i5 or better, at least 6GB of RAM, and enough hard drive storage for the game to run on your PC without running into problems, which could end up being incredibly expensive. Sure, the developers might say that the game could be played on lower specs but why would you want to?

 

Some people think PC gaming is slowly becoming more and more like a console gaming and we agree.

 

Owning a desktop computer with powerful enough specifications is far too expensive for the casual gamer, and these days, gamers have taken to building and purchasing computers only to game on them. And while most people own laptops nowadays, many of these laptops are not enough to spend at least $ 1,300 when they're able to play games right on their smartphones. Now with the latest AI technology the Zenfone 5 is now equipped with "AI BOOST" making things go smoothly when it comes to great gaming experience for the smartphone users. Zenfone 5 price definitely will not break your bank.

 

 

Why This Does not Matter

 

Losing Money

 

Even though mobile games earn more revenue than PC games, it is necessary that mobile games are hard pressed to gain profit, and developers are often left unpaid. This page is for sale and is available for sale in the United States and Canada. to pay the bills. It's a good idea that you're only going to be successful when you're going to be willing to give up money.

 

Mobile games have been started up, and recently game developers have introduced a new subscription component to mobile games. It remains to be determined whether it will be successful or not.

 

Small fact, a bulk of mobile gaming's revenue comes from China, which is where game developers should be targeting.

 

PC games are entirely different. No one is actually sure of how much it costs to make a game, what with the cost of developer salaries, voice acting, music, marketing and promotions, manufacturing and distribution. A simple flash game could cost Lara Croft: Tomb Rader needed an estimate of hundreds of millions to make. Not to mention that most games are created over extended periods of time.

 

Even with the expensive cost however, PC games have actually increased in their income in the past decade, and will usually make up the cost of creating the game. Overwatch alone made half a billion dollars as of 2016, and with its dedicated fanbase and new players daily, it will only continue to make money.

 

Surprisingly, small indie games are capable of making incredible profit. Take a look at Stardew Valley, developed and coded by a single guy with 1,007,000 copies. It made over $ 30 million in 2016 and is one of the most successful games ever sold on Steam.

 

Different Reasons to Game

 

Something you've done, or noticed someone else doing, is playing a mobile game to pass the time. It could be the bus, but you've got a few minutes to kill you'll most likely turn to your smartphone for some quick entertainment. But with PC games it's different. PC games take a lot of time and attention to the point that it feels like you're there, it's over your time - play Overwatch 11 am-5pm.

 

Mobile games offer quick gameplay and easy mechanics that capture your attention for a short amount of time, while PC games make it a point to be as immersive as possible. More often than not, gamers play PC games as a way to lose weight and lose weight.

 

Of course, there are exceptions, it is not possible that the games are PC games or vice versa, but in most cases this is usually.

 

And that more or less summarizes the difference of mobile games and PC games. One to one time and one to one, and another to a time-consuming hobby.

 

It comes down to the fact that both forms of gaming operate on completely different platforms, offer different types of entertainment, and target different gamers. If mobile gaming actually takes place away from PC gaming, there's no way for PC games to completely lose their standing within the gaming community.

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text 2018-09-23 07:44
Best Music Streaming Apps you Must Have on your Smartphone
Music is a very integral part of our lives; it expresses the unspeakable and sends a message only understood by emotions through a beautiful mix of different tones and rhythms. Music is a wonderful thing, really. Imagine a life where there is no form of music, not even the most basic of rhythms – life would be eerily empty. There would be no constant droning of machinery, there will be no soothing tones from the birds; it’s like half a life that has disappeared.
 
Music serves as a lot of different things in our lives. It seeks to entertain us by the various different genres and singers; it helps us to speak out messages and things we can never ever put into words, and it keeps us company during the loneliest times. It is an incredibly beautiful thing, really. And now, thanks to smartphones and the Internet, we can enjoy great music wherever and whenever we want.
 
The Power of Smartphone Apps
 
You see, with the coming of iPods and other MP3 players, many people can carry their entire music collection around with them. When smartphones came about, the music player and phone became a single unified device – we never needed to carry around several different devices ever again!
 
In the past most music we listen to had to be purchased either digitally or from physical copies in stores (and then ripped and transferred over to your smartphone or music player); but today there is a strong rise in the popularity of streaming apps. Netflix is one great example; a company that does its business by streaming movies and TV shows to subscribers.
 
Fortunately, the same can be said for music as well; subscribers to music streaming services will be able to listen to a ton of music by paying a basic fee monthly or annually. These also come in the form of apps that you can download on your smartphone or use on your computer. But Music apps on smartphones aren’t all about music streaming; there are also some music playing apps that play music better than their stock counterparts that are already pre-installed in the smartphones.
 
Spotify
 
Source: spotify.com
 
What list of music apps would be complete without including Spotify in the list? Spotify is one of the best and most affordable music streaming service in the world. The service began in 2006 Sweden and has since expanded largely across the globe in many different countries and regions. The Spotify app on smartphones, be it either on Android or iOS, features a very simplistic design that is very user-friendly – enabling users to get to their music easily.
 
Spotify has several features in its app that make it not only functional, but fun to use. Users can listen to new music with their Discovery Weekly playlists that curate music suitable to your tastes to you; or you can even go for a run and use the Running feature that plays music to match your current pace. Spotify is available for subscription at only RM14.90 per month, or RM22.40 for your family (of up to 5 persons) – or you can just listen free with the occasional advertisement.
 
Google Play Music
 
 
 Source: sonos.com
 
Google Play Music has been around for quite a while as well, and many will notice the app already sitting pre-installed in their Android smartphones. Google Play Music offers music streaming to their subscribers that they can listen to without ads and also download for offline listening from over 30 million songs. 
 
Google Play Music also allows people to digitally purchase songs, which are stored in the cloud so that you can either stream or download to your device (even without subscription). Besides acting as a gateway to purchasing and subscribing to music streaming however, Google Play Music also lets its users upload their own library of songs (up to 50,000!) to store in the cloud for streaming and backup. The downside? The Google Play Music service is only available in the USA.
 
Apple Music
 
Source: iphonenosound.com
 
Apple Music service is built from the very know-how of Apple’s iTunes store, iTunes Radio, and Beats Music, which they had acquired. Like the other music streaming services, Apple Music offers subscribers over 30 million songs which they can stream.
 
Through the app, subscribers can discover new music through the “For You” category, which builds playlists based on your listening habits; there are also songs and albums that are released on Apple Music first. The user interface of the Apple Music app is also incredibly intuitive and user friendly. If you’re interested, you can give Apple Music a three months’ free trial; or you can get an individual membership at USD 3.99 per month, or for your family of up to 6 persons at only USD 5.99 per month, it definitely has slightly better value compared to others like Spotify. Check out iPhone 6 price. 
 
TuneIn Radio
 
Source: tunein.com
 
TuneIn Radio is a service that’s free to download on either your Android or iOS smartphones. Like its name suggests, TuneIn Radio is basically an Internet radio app that lets you listen to over 100,000 live radio stations from around the world. Users can navigate through the application that is simple to use to browse for the station of their choice; be it a station that plays only a particular genre of music, or a station that places a lot of focus on talk shows. Best of all? High quality content that’s free!
 
Soundcloud
 
 
Source: soundcloud.com
 
Soundcloud isn’t just a music service as much as it is a community of people who are passionate about music – or sound, in particular. Like its name suggests, Soundcloud is where people upload their works of music or sound up into the cloud, where it is then streamed for listening through the Soundcloud website or app. You will find a lot of different types of music here from really great indie bands with professional top-notch recordings, to budding musicians who are growing in the hall of Internet fame. If you are one of those great hidden talents, you might want to start uploading your own recordings on here – straight from the app on your smartphone itself!
 
YouTube Music
 
 
Source: droid-life.com
 
If listening to music isn’t enough for you and you want to get some awesome visuals in, then you’ll want to check out YouTube Music. YouTube Music is basically a YouTube that is specifically catered towards music enthusiasts and to those who like to watch music videos. YouTube Music, like the original YouTube itself, will give you access to all forms of music content, either from the famous artists and studios, and also new budding artists and indie music bands. The surprisingly loud and decent quality Vivo Y53 will do well for watching and listening to Youtube. Check it out now.
 
Tidal
 
 
Source: tidal.com
 
Tidal music streaming service is quite different from the various other music streaming services out there; but not in terms of how they provide the product and carry out business – they’re exactly the same in that sense. How Tidal differs from the rest is the fact that its target audience is the audiophiles who want to listen to only high fidelity music (hi-fi). It’s for those who has got all of the high end audio equipment like top-of-the-line Sennheiser headphones and hi-fi speakers from PMC. Tidal promises to bring music with quality that is CD-quality, meaning that listeners can enjoy the very same quality as they would when they buy a music CD.
 
The high quality audio definitely comes with a price, however – subscription to Tidal starts at RM14.90 for Tidal Premium which gives you standard sound quality; and RM29.80 will get you the Tidal HiFi, which streams lossless high fidelity music. Both subscriptions also get you access to high definition music videos.
 
Some of these music services aren’t fully available to many in the Southeast Asian region, but hopefully in the future they will. If you have doubts about wanting to subscribe to these streaming services (for the paid ones), it’s best you give them a try before deciding – most of them offer a month worth of free trial at the very least. Personally, I find these streaming services to be very convenient and affordable way to listen to music, especially in most markets in Southeast Asia where piracy is rampant.
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text 2018-09-05 11:23
10 Ways to Protect Your Smartphone

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Smartphones are pretty much everywhere these days. Most of us have one which we use not just for making phone calls and sending messages but as places where we store our contacts, music and photos.

 

We also use our smartphones as little black books containing all sorts of sensitive personal data such as login details for online banking or social media sites. Thus taking steps to protect your smartphone is vital.

 

The problem is that smartphones are small and highly portable and therefore easily lost or stolen.

 

Smartphone thefts

 

A smartphone can be easily picked up from a table in a cafe or snatched out of a user's hand. The likelihood that your smartphone will be stolen is far higher than most people think.

 

Once a thief has his hands on your pride and joy, he can download personal or financial data from the phone, such as banking details, press the factory reset button to erase your data and then resell it... for €500 ($600) in Europe or North America and more than $1,000 in the Far East.

 

At the same time, he'll have a good shot at clearing out your bank account.

 

Until about a year ago, half of all thefts in the USA involved mobile devices, while over in London, 10,000 smartphones were stolen every month.

 

As you can see, stolen phones generate a great deal of income for the gangs that carry out these thefts. They also generate new business for the manufacturers, up to $30 billion a year in replacement phones in the USA alone.

 

Perhaps this explains why manufacturers were reluctant to implement kill-switches that enable all phones to be turned off remotely if they are stolen or lost until prompted to do so by legislation.

 

Kill-switches

 

In most forms of technology, a kill-switch is a single command or button that can shut down a complicated system almost immediately. On a smartphone, that's the power off command.

 

There are really two different kinds of kill-switches for smartphones - a hard kill-switch that permanently bricks a phone, and a soft alternative that makes a phone unusable to all but the legitimate owner.

 

All you need is access to a computer, tablet, laptop or another smartphone to activate the kill-switch remotely.

 

Kill-switches work. Apple added a kill-switch to its devices in September 2013. In the following 12 months, the number of stolen iPhones dropped by 40 percent in San Francisco and 25 percent in New York. In London, smartphone theft fell by 50 percent.

So far, Apple, Samsung and Google have implemented kill-switches on their smartphones, and Microsoft is expected to release an operating system with a kill-switch for its Windows phones in 2015.

 

Protect your smartphone

 

Don't let the improving statistics make you complacent. The chances that your smartphone can be lost or stolen are still very high. Indeed 44 percent of thefts are due to absent-minded owners leaving their phones in public places.

 

Here are a few things you can do to protect your smartphone and any sensitive information it may contain:

 

[1] Secure your data ... using a simple 4-digit PIN code or password to lock the phone's screen. If you use a screen lock that does not require a code to access the phone, you are leaving your contact, text messages, email and social networking accounts open to anyone who gets your phone.

 

[2] Make a contact sheet... use your smartphone's wallpaper (the face you see in the screen when you pick it up) as a contact-me sheet listing your name, an alternate phone number, email address and a financial reward for returning it.

 

[3] Backup your data ... to your computer on a regular basis. The simplest way to backup your stuff (picture, contact details etc) is to plug your smartphone into a computer using a USB cord. Then, drag and drop items from the device onto your desktop.

 

Fortunately these days, more phones automatically backing up your contacts and data online, such as with Android devices that link to your Google account and Apple connecting to iTunes and iCloud.

 

[4] Install tracking software ... using tracking applications that allow you to locate your phone on a map if it's lost or stolen. Some even let you display a message, remotely lock your device and play a loud alarm sound, even if it's set to silent. You can find out more from you local mobile phone shop.

 

[5] Use a kill-switch... by getting a phone with a kill-switch or activating the kill-switch you have already.

 

Note that some smartphone systems require consumers to opt in for the kill-switch, ie they are not protected when the phones are operating in the default mode.

 

[6] Be careful when installing apps... and make sure they are safe. First, read users reviews to check for problems with a particular app. During installation, pay attention to the type of access the app is requesting. If you feel it is asking for access to more information than it needs to run properly, back off and do not install it.

 

[7] Turn-off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth... when not in use in order to reduce the chances that hackers can connect to your smartphone and steal your personal and financial information.

 

[8] Don't save app login details... for sensitive apps or websites on your mobile browser, such as banking or social media sites. Make sure you have to actually sign into the app each time you want to use it.

 

If you save your login details and your phone falls into the wrong hands, a stranger will be able to log into your bank accounts or other sensitive accounts with the saved information.

 

[9] Make your phone grab-proof... keep it in your pocket and never leave it unattended. This simple little trick is merely a matter of developing a habit.

 

[10] Buy a proximity alarm... to warn you when you smartphone is more than a few metres away from you.

 

proximity alarm comes in two parts, the transmitter and the receiver. Attach the transmitter to your smartphone. If the transmitter is taken more than 15 to 25 feet away from the receiver, the alarm will sound.

 

Test before you buy. The alarms on some proximity alarms are not very loud.

 

Now that you know what to do to protect your smartphone... do it!

 

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