Archive for July, 2010
This morning Apple released iOS 3.2.1 (8A306) for iPad WiFi and iPad WiFi + 3G. This is a minor update to the iOS 3.2.
The iPad 3.2.1 update address numerous concerns including the WiFi connectivity issue that many early adopters were experiencing.
Below are the updates in firmware 3.2.1:
This update contains bug fixes and improvements, including the following:
- Improved Wi-Fi connectivity
- Fixed an issue that could prevent copy … Read More
Are you an avid reader of Digg stories? Well if you’re looking for a clutter free experience check out the FREE iPad app, The Daily Digg. This app puts Digg into a newspaper format that’s easy to read and looks great on the iPad. Here’s the description:
All of your Daily Digg news delivered to your iPad in a gorgeous newspaper format.
With over 35 Million unique visitors per day, Digg … Read More
I’ve been playing Fruit Ninja for the iPhone lately and I must admit it’s one of the coolest games on the iPhone. The concept goes like this: your finger is your “blade” that slices fruit tossed into the air–that’s it. It’s simple and it works. The developers of Fruit Ninja have already sold 1 million copies at $0.99, which is incredible. It just goes to show that when you create … Read More
If you’ve been trying to decide on the strongest iPad case to protect your investment, look no further than the fine folks from OtterBox. We’ve been reviewing their iPhone cases on iPhoneinCanada.ca and they are by far the strongest protection you can get for the iPhone. I even ran over one of their OtterBoxes with my car that had my iPhone inside–and the phone survived.
OtterBox iPad Cases … Read More
One of the most amazing features of the iPad is the battery life. With 10+ hours of battery available, it really does seem like the iPad can last forever. But when you’re on the road and you’re no where near an outlet–what’s the next best thing to charge your iPad? Enter the ZAGGsparq 2.0 USB battery backup.
Waterfield designs is a great company based in San Francisco that offers a wide, wide selection of laptop, iPhone, iPad, Cell Phone Cases and Bags. These people are bag fanatics – they love what they do and their products show it. Before I got the Slip Case to review, I spent some time researching and finding out more info about their company and business practices (using local craftsmen, designers, materials). … Read More
Images this morning reveal an Apple-branded touch screen display that measures a small 3×3 centimeters and takes its cues from the iPad! The mystery is what exactly is the display for?
Tw.apple.pro, the site revealing the images, has been a solid source for Apple parts in the past, but they aren’t sure what this new screen is for just yet. However, not knowing what the part is for hasn’t stopped speculation.
If you have a jailbroken iPad you can now run Flash. The brilliant “Comex” has been able to re-engineer the Flash from the Android OS to the iOS. The Flash for the iPad is called Frash and if you have a little patience and a jailbroken iPad you can install it. Rumors have it that the developers of Frash are currently working on making it work for the iPhone 3GS … Read More
This week, YouTube announced that it has updated its mobile website to support a modern browsing experience found on devices such as an iPad or iPhone.
The videos seem to have all been converted to HTML5, h.264, or equivalent supported video formats that work with iPhone, iPad, and other mobile devices.
The update website can be found at http://m.youtube.com from your mobile device. YouTube notes the following enhancements:
It’s really fast.
The … Read More
If you’re looking for an alternative iPad case to the official Apple Case, check out the new leather case cover from BudgetGadgets.
The Leather Case Cover from BudgetGadgets mimics the official Apple case for iPad. The cover is made entirely out of leather featuring fine black stitching along the outside edges. Just like with the Apple Case, the iPad slides in … Read More