For those of you who have been itching to read The Daily, an iPad-exclusive eMagazine, but don’t have your iPad handy, there’s good news! Both a journalist and a programmer by the name of Andy Baio, has compiled the everyday new posts onto a easy-to-click-through homepage. One additional feature that this webpage is able to achieve that’s not yet available on the iPad, is being able to look at past … Read More
With the Apple iPad 2 looming closer to launch, the release of the iOS 4.3 Beta 2 in the developer’s release is providing us with a bit more information as to what we should expect.
Comparing the pictures of the home screen from the current iOS 4.2 to the 4.3 Beta, there are several tweaks. The addition of a FaceTime App icon, as well as a PhotoBooth icon provides visual evidence … Read More
Other than looking nice on the back of the device and in the shape of a commonly shaped fruit, the Apple Logo has been the place where the antennae hides behind. This is due to the plastic that the logo is made of, allowing for stronger signal strength rather than behind the aluminum backing that interferes with the signal.
Just recently Apple has patented the idea of putting the antennae behind … Read More
With increasing interest in tablet devices over the second half of the 2010 year, Apple is expecting 6 million units ordered per month of its upcoming iPad 2. With current iPad sales at 4 million just last quarter of the year, the expected number has exponentially increased.
Could it be that there are some features that will be attractive enough to bring about these numbers? Rumours are flying about … Read More
For those who thought that the iPad’s large surface would make for a great digital turntable, it’s finally here!
The application djay was first released on the Mac and developer Algoriddim has just released its more hands-on version on the iPad.
Pulling the music from your iTunes library on your iPad, it will allow for high quality scratching with a low-latency turntable interface. With automix modes and automatic transitions, you can feel … Read More
According to MacRumors, several users are noticing the inability to contact the update server with their iDevices. Also, the update menu randomly mentions that the user either has the latest update or the error mentioned above. Apple has just recently seeded their iOS 4.2.1 GM build to developers and stating that only minor fixes are included. It is likely that Apple is trying to push the iOS 4.2 … Read More
While plastic is light, and metal (aluminum) is durable, both have the flaws which their counterpart makes up for. Yet is there a material that is both light and durable? Does the LiquidMetal company Apple acquired … Read More
With revamped Expose controls, iPhoto, Garageband, and all that other good stuff, OSX Lion and iLife ’11 will definitely be something to look forward to. For those who watched the conference, you might remember the infamous Steve Jobs introducing the new OS as a hybrid of all that’s good on the Mac and the iPad.
Now both you and I know that it’s quite unlikely that Apple will … Read More
Apple’s web calendar application on MobileMe has finally upgraded out of its beta status!
For our MobileMe users, the new calendar app will allow for better sync and push on iOS4 over the iPad, iPhone, and the iPod Touch. The upgrade allows for better integration of not only a web version of the calendar but with the stock calendar application that the devices have already pre-installed.
This new … Read More
Rumours of a 7-inch iPad have been floating around even before the release of the original iPad. However, recently a Taiwanese components supplier is suggesting the possible specifications of the next generation.
According to a Wall Street analyst whom the suppliers spoke to, the new 7-inch iPad (2 times the display size of the iPhone 4) will exhibit a high resolution retina display (1280p) with a camera as well … Read More