Issue No: 002


Apple iPad 3 Date Released March 7th

So Apple have finally announced the much anticipated launch date of its next version of its mega successful market leading tablet: the iPad 3 which we have all been anxiously waiting for.

We haven’t seen any dates for Europe yet we can only assume that Apple will release first to the USA market and hopefully distribution to the UK & Europe will follow maybe a month or so later.

Pricing as far as we have seen will be $499 for the 16GB Wi-Fi model which is comparable to the iPad 2 together  with the same 32 and 64GB Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi plus 3G options to be available.

As expected Apple are taking their competitors seriously with this aggressive pricing strategy which has got to be to the benefit of us their customers!

Apparently the resolution is much improved with more pixels which will load videos almost instantaneously due to addition of enhanced graphics.

Further features expected are a form factor 1mm thicker than the iPad 2 with the extra internal space for the new display, an A6 quad-core CPU and improved optics for the rear-mounted camera.

Apple iPhone 5

Whilst we are on  the subject of Apple the iPhone 5 is anticipated later this year possibly as late as October  which as you would expect would be the ideal time for the Christmas rush – unfortunately I will have to wait until then as I don’t see the point in upgrading to the iPhone 4S.

Pitch Anything – Oren Klaff

Possibly the book of the decade a must read for all those who sell!

An in depth book on the psychology of how the brain works and how to ensure that you stack the odds in your favour, no matter what you are

What Oren does is explain how to present your idea to ensure your prospect is intrigued and ultimately signs up to your offer.

One of his gems is to tell a story as opposed to pitch numbers or logic – have fun!

For our market I can’t recommend Pitch Anything highly enough – if nothing else, Oren will entertain you with his stories.


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 ‘Ability is what you are capable of doing: motivation determines what you do: Attitude determines how well you do it’.

Lou Holtx

‘Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference’.

Sir Winston Churchill.

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