Archive for March, 2010
The iPad is going to revolutionize books with the new iBook Store, but what about comics? Bill Amend from FoxTrot.com has an idea about which comic won’t work on the iPad. I think comics will look great on the iPad, but nothing beats turning physical pages on good ‘ol comic books (Archie Books included).
Take a look at the hilarious comic below to find out more.
Remember when Apple released its first iPad ad at the Oscars? Well, last week that iPad ad was the second most viewed viral ad according to AdvertisingAge. Apple has started using their YouTube account to upload their videos–which also allows others to easily embed them freely.
With the iPad launch coming soon, we will soon find out if the iPad is going to be more than just hype (check … Read More
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The iPad’s US launch will take place on April 3rd. As for Canada, we can expect it to arrive in late April but we haven’t heard about pre-ordering yet. Today, Apple has announced to its iPad developers that they are now accepting iPad apps in the App Store.
With 60 days notice to create their applications, developers have been working furiously to be the first to jump on the iPad … Read More
Apple has pre-sold hundreds of thousands of iPad units since the opening pre-order availability on March 12, 2010. It was estimated that the device was selling at 25,000 units per hour, which is absolutely staggering.
According to a report by Bloomberg BusinessWeek, select developers have been given access to Apple’s iPad well ahead of its April 3, 2010 launch. This allows those developers to build and test their apps on the iPad rather than using the simulator in the SDK. While there is nothing wrong with the SDK, real world tests are always going to reveal more information than simulated ones.
However, these developers were not … Read More
The iPad was available to be pre-ordered in the USA on March 12th. The iPad will debut on April 3rd. Apple stated that iPad International availability will come in late April. Let’s say that date could be Saturday, April 24th, exactly two weeks after the USA launch.
Will Canadians Be Able to Pre-Order iPads?
Apple is allowing US customers to pre-order iPads for delivery or in-store pickup. It’s unknown at … Read More
Looks like Apple has released another beta to the iPhone 3.2 SDK. Build 10M2148 has been reported by 9to5Mac. We know that with each SDK beta release, people tend to find new “features” that will be available. We can deduce from the last beta release that history will repeat itself. The latest changes are yet to be discovered, but most likely it will concentrate on bug fixes.
In 16 days, … Read More
With the release of iPad preordering by Apple, some new details have emerged. The mute button was replaced with a screen rotation lock function instead. There has been no explanation for the last minute change but it seems this is one many people will support.
As iPad purchasing information has been released, we turn our focus to iWork on the iPad. Apple has posted additional information and photos of iWork on the iPad, which brings forth some new details.
iWork for the iPad was announced alongside the iPad device in January 2010 and the software suite includes multitouch versions of Pages, Keynote, and Numbers. Pricing was detailed at $9.99USD for each app available for … Read More