Archive for February, 2010
It seems that the iPad is going to introduce a new way to spell check.
On an iPhone or iPod Touch, spell checking happens in two ways. When a word is spelled incorrectly, the iPhone/iPod Touch will show a single suggestion that users can accept.
The second way is the iPhone/iPod Touch shows no suggestion and the word is spelled wrong. This prompts the user to manually navigate and fix the spelling.
The … Read More
The iPad. I still can’t say that name out loud without a slight chuckle. However, the more we wait for the iPad’s release the more we imagine how it would be to actually use one (and if Rogers/Telus/Bell will offer a 6GB data plan). Damn you Apple, for making us wait. Anyways, we know the iPad is going to be great for internet, email, music, books, and photos to … Read More
It looks like Apple has released the iPhone OS 3.2 SDK for the iPad. What does this mean? It means there’s going to be a plethora of apps available for the iPad just in time for its launch in late March. The iPad’s size will mean lots of innovative apps just waiting to take advantage of multitouch on a large surface.
The iPad SDK can now be downloaded via Apple’s iPhone … Read More
Early this morning, Apple globally took down their online store for updates.
A lot of speculation is expecting updated MacBook Pros, however this could also be an opportunity to release international iPad pricing, such as for Canada.
Some of the other rumors include:
- MacBook Pro upgrades with Core i5/i7
- iLife/iWork 2010
- New Mac Pros
7:20AM Update: Looks like the downtime was to update the site in Valentines Day cheer.
A recent poll by Retrevo suggests that consumer love for the iPad is dying down. With Apple’s announcement of the iPad, the hype leading up to the device was incredible. Once the product was announced, many people were disappointed that the iPad’s specifications did not live up to their incredible expectations. The iPad, for what it is meant to do, is going to be amazing for first time internet users–who … Read More
One of the expected, but ultimately cut, features of the iPad was a built-in iSight camera. While the soon-to-be-released iPad did not have a camera (it still could though!), it seems that a version 2.0 iPad may include such a feature.
A recent job posting at Apple seeks a Performance QA Engineer for iPad Media, which suggests that the iPad may receive video capture capabilities in the future.
The Interactive Media … Read More
This morning, reports are discussing the possibility of Apple lowering the price of the iPad if demand does not meet the company’s projections for sales. It has been noted that Apple plans to be “nimble” on pricing if demand lags.
The report comes by a note from Credit Suisse analyst Bill Shope who recently met and discussed iPad details with Apple executives:
Apple wants the iPad to be the best device … Read More
We won’t be getting our hands on the iPad in Canada anytime soon. Expect the WiFi version of the iPad to hit Apple Stores in late March. While we’re waiting, let’s take a look at some promising iPad accessories that will make the most out of your iPad (don’t forget to pre-order your invisibleSHIELD for 20% off)!
Griffin Technology has a nice line up of iPad accessories coming soon! … Read More
Are you patiently waiting to buy an iPad in Canada once they hit stores at the end of March? Well, if you can’t wait any longer we have a solution for you to get one TODAY! Jess Silverstone from Revolutionary Concepts created a cut-out of the iPad that you can print and glue/tape up yourself!
There are two PNG files that will fit on standard A4 paper, … Read More
Calling all iPad developers and BETA testers! On January 27, 2010, Apple released the iPad. Since the iPad is not yet released in stores until late March (WIFI Models) and late April (3G+WIFI Models), currently there are small amount of applications developed.