September 14, 2012 15:05 ET

Com-Guard, Inc. Announces Its Software Strategy for the New iPhone 5 and the iOS6 Mobile Platform

ENCINITAS, CA--(Marketwire - Sep 14, 2012) -, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: CGUD), the technology company that has been designing and developing security applications for over ten years, has announced that it will be focusing on applications for the Apple® iPhone 5.

"The iPhone 5 ushers in new opportunities for software developers such as Com-Guard, Inc.," said Dr. Edward W. Savarese, Chief Executive Officer of Com-Guard, Inc. "Apple's iPhone 5 Release Could Break 170 Million Sales In A Year, Analyst," says Lisa Eadicicco in an article dated August 8, 2012.

Apple's iPhone 5 release could account for 170 million total iPhones sold in the next year, experts say. According to analyst Horace Dediu, who has quoted Apple's own marketing chief, the iPhone 5 will comprise 85 percent of total Apple smartphone sales in the next 12 months, CNET reported. Dediu's predictions say that 200 million iPhones will be sold in this time frame, with 170 million of these being the next-generation iPhone 5. This is based on previous iPhone sales and the words of Apple's marketing chief, Phil Schiller, who revealed the company's sales projections at the ongoing Apple v. Samsung trial. "Each new generation sold approximately will be equal to all previous generations combined," Schiller said.

As disclosed in the past, Com-Guard, Inc. will be focusing on three different markets segments using its software development expertise.

1. Security Applications

2. Tracker Applications

3. Utilities and games.

"The latest reports from market research firms such as Gartner suggests that mobile apps are big business, and that business should only grow in the next few years. As smartphones grow in popularity and application stores become the focus in the value chain, more consumers will experiment with application downloads. Predictions for 2013, just a year away, are even bigger -- 21.6 billion apps sold for a total of $29.5 billion revenue," Stephanie Baghdassarian, research director at Gartner, said in a statement. The App Store model has become the standard for all the smartphone platforms.

"Companies today are searching for new ways to communicate about their activities and products," said Dr. Edward W. Savarese and therefore Com-Guard, Inc. is excited to announce the hiring of Wall Street Branding Inc. as its strategic consultant to help and assist in the acquisition and funding for the various upcoming projects that Com-Guard, Inc. is planning. Edward Savarese, CEO, stated, "We are delighted to bring in Wall Street Branding's extensive background in the small cap market and look forward to their assistance in executing our business plan." Wall Street Branding, Inc. is an internet and social networking company that uses contemporary methods to build awareness throughout the internet and makes it easy for investors to find out the true facts about the company's they represent. Wall Street Branding has been extremely successful in directing awareness to the companies in which they represent. Wall Street Branding has over 13 years of experience in the small cap market and their expertise in reaching investors.

About, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: CGUD), ( Com-Guard, Inc. has been accepted as a developer for the fastest growing mobile platform iOSx, which includes the Apple iPhone™, iPod™ and iPad™. The company has been a developer in the security software market for over ten years.

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