Archive for October, 2011
If you have an iPad 2, then most likely you have a Smart Cover. It’s one of the best accessories you can get for you iPad, but now it appears it could also be one of the most dangerous.
9to5Mac has noted a security flaw that allows anyone to bypass your passcode lock by using a Smart Cover. Check out the video below:
How to fix this? Easy. … Read More
Back in August, Readdle celebrated their 4 year anniversary offering an app sale and free iPad giveaway. Today, they have announced the biggest update to their best selling app i.e ReaddleDocs 3 for iPad. ReaddleDocs is one of the most popular file management applications for iPad and the latest update makes it even better with over 100 new features and improvements. The app is a perfect blend of a top quality documents reader … Read More
An analytical study carried out by CNN Money indicates that Apple is set to sale approximately 14.8 Million iPads in the final quarter of 2011. The study suggests iPad as Apple’s fastest-growing product line. A team of 54 analysts compiled a report on projected Q4 iPad sales worldwide with numbers ranging between 8.78 Million to 14.8 Million units. The average estimate turns out to be 11.92 Million which represents a 184.6% increase from … Read More
A report published by Economic Daily News brings something quite interesting to our knowledge. The report suggests Apple is currently testing 7.85-inch iPad displays from Taiwanese panel maker AU Optronics, supposedly for an “iPad Mini” in order to compete with Samsung’s Galaxy Tab and Amazon Kindle Fire tablets. However, as noted by TNW, the rumor contradicts statements made by Steve Jobs saying that if the screen is any smaller than current iPad, people … Read More
Alongside the new iOS 5 apps released last week (find me on Find My Friends), Apple has also updated a number of their other apps to make full use of iOS 5 and the iCloud – the most marketed of which are the 3 iWork suite apps. Sounds good, right? But, how does it stack up with the other office productivity suites that leverage the cloud?
The major upgrades for the … Read More
Siri is the ground breaking voice assistant technology introduced by Apple exclusively on the recently launched iPhone 4S. It lets you use your voice to send messages, schedule meetings, place phone calls, and more. Sir’s artificial intelligence actually understands what you say, knows what you mean, and even talks back. Interestingly, a tweet from Aussie iOS developer Sonny Dickson reveals that a port of Siri is already in … Read More
Are we already over iPhone 4S? I don’t think so! But seeing this new report from AllThingsD, it appears that Apple is already moving on. The source claims that according to Susquehanna Financial analyst Jeff Fidacaro, Apple has already begun the production of iPad 3. According to the supply chain, Apple is ramping up its fourth-quarter iPad builds to between 12 and 14 million, from between 11 million and 13 million. And, … Read More
A new report published by DigiTimes brings something very interesting to our attention. The report claims that Apple is planning to release a “transitional” iPad model, perhaps an iPad 2S, before it launches the speculated retina resolution iPad 3. It is suggested that a lower-cost iPad model with prices ranging from US$250-299 in early 2012 may be announced to battle the recently announced Amazon’s Kindle Fire. There is however no … Read More
This morning at 10AM PDT/1PM EDT, Apple finally released its much anticipated iOS 5 update. iPad users looking to update can plug into iTunes and update.
Right now Apple’s servers are being hammered with traffic, so many people are running into ‘error 3200′ messages. My advice is to try once or twice and if that doesn’t work, hold off. You might end up with a device stuck in a restore … Read More
In spite of last week’s lackluster iPhone 4S announcement, there were a few glimmers of hope for us to cling on to until the iPad 3 announcement (TBD) – the most significant of which was the release date of iOS 5, iCloud and Cards.
All slated to release on Wednesday October 12th (that’s tomorrow for you), the new launches hail some significant leaps forward for iOS and the iPad. Here’s a … Read More