Yesterday Apple released beta 4 of the iPhone 3.2 SDK. During the first sweeps of the SDK, there was nothing new as compared to the previous beta, until today when users located new gesture references.
Located inside the gestures folder of the new SDK, two new types of gesture commands have been found. The gestures were not present in the last iPhone 3.2 SDK beta 3 and are labeled 3Tap.plist and … Read More
In early February, reports indicated that iPad was missing some of the apps that are usually bundled with the iPhone OS. The apps in question were the Calculator, Stocks, Weather, and Clock.
At the time, it was rumored that Apple may introduce some kind of Mac OS X widget style functionality that would enable the missing apps. Well it now seems as though the missing applications may stay missing, at … Read More
The iPad will be launched on April 3rd in the USA. Canada will get the iPad at the end of April along with the rest of the world. I think we’re used to waiting for new technology to arrive in this country (think of the iPhone!). Anyways, if you don’t want to wait for the iPad any longer, you should strongly consider the next best thing–the ePad.
This … Read More
Neil Curtis, the man behind the adjective-filled iPad video, where he used video clips from the January iPad event, has now taken the first iPad television commercial and provided a detailed yet humorous analysis.
In the new video by Curtis, he slows the ad down to 15% speed of the original to give viewers a very close look at the ad and some of its quirks. Some of the highlights … Read More
On Sunday night, Apple debuted their first iPad commercial! While we all marveled at the wonders, there were many items hiding in plain view.
To begin, the commercial ad offered a small glimpse of the iBookstore pricing. There have been reports discussing book pricing to be around $12 to $15 and those price points now seem accurate.
When looking at the iBookstore prices, the books seem to be priced … Read More
Apple is known for having excellent product placement in both movies, television, and award shows (Stephen Colbert at the Grammys!). At the 2010 Academy Awards, Apple debuted a commercial for the iPad! The commercial blasts through a variety of the capabilities of the iPad and ends with an on screen ship date of April 3rd (for the USA).
Steve Jobs at the Oscars!
In attendance at the Academy Awards was … Read More
With the launch of the iPad less than three weeks away on April 3, 2010 for the USA and soon after for Canadians, anticipation for the device has been building.
Yesterday, Apple CEO Steve Jobs was reported to respond to an email inquiring about the ability to tether an iPhone to the WiFi iPad. The benefit to doing this is that users can utilize their iPhone data plan for … Read More
We know that Steve Jobs has been known to answer emails sent to him from Apple fans. The latest comes from a fan from Sweden that asked whether or not the iPad could tether to the iPhone. Low and behold, Mr. Jobs replied. Here is Jezper’s email:
I’ll keep it short.
I’m Jezper from Sweden, a long time Apple fan, currently about to replace the very last computer at home with a … Read More
With this morning’s announcement of the availability of the iPad in the US, Canadians will soon need to decide how exactly they wish to get their hands on an iPad when it releases here in April. The good news is, Apple has allowed pre-orders to be picked up in store for US customers, and this may be the same here in Canada.
This will allow for immediate pick up of … Read More
In late February, it was rumored that Apple was experiencing production problems that would cause a delayed iPad launch. As per the confirmed date for the iPad, the launch date has actually been pushed back, but the delay may not have been due to hardware.