Does Apple iPad Complement iPhone 4G?

iPhone 4G and Apple iPad 2010 may very well go down in history as the year Apple started to take over the mobile space. The year started with the Cupertino-based company revealing the much rumored and anticipated Apple tablet computer; the iPad. Who knew the iPad would come to dominate the tech industry in the first half of the year. … Read More

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Hackers Target Apple iPad Users

If you recently received an email asking you to download the lastest version of iTunes to keep your iPad software updated then you might be one of the 600,000 iPad users who the hackers are trying to attack. BitDefender (creators of popular antivirus software) recently updated their webiste with information about the latest threat to Windows users. This particular threat … Read More

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Apple iPad Not Quite Ready for US Universities

More iPad Banninations! Earlier in the week news came in of the Israeli authorities confiscating iPads from their owners as they entered the country. The argument they gave was that the iPad used Wi-Fi frequencies that “could interfere” with Israel’s own Wi-Fi infrastructure. I wonder if those same authorities know about iPhones, iPods and Apple’s laptops? Or other mobile devices? … Read More

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Apple’s iPad The Future of Computing?

I read an interesting piece today on MacWorld by Kenneth van Wyk. The article, which originally ran in ComputerWorld, speaks to the conclusion many are making about the iPad; that it represents the future of computing. While some may think it a bit premature to crown the iPad as the once and future king, Mr. van Wyk brings up some … Read More

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Apple’s 3G iPad to be launched in Europe alongside Wi-Fi models

It seems that it is all the rage to email Steve Jobs at the moment. I wonder when he is going to get bored and stop dashing off emails to people from his iPhone? Or if perhaps actually emails from Steve are from a batch of clones operating from a secret bunker in Infinite Loop? I am curious as to … Read More

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Apple iPad International launch to be delayed by one month

It might be a good time to start looking at some of the options suggested in our earlier article on ways to get an iPad if you are outside the US. Apple have just announced that the official launch of the iPad is being pushed back until the end of May. Previously it was to happen at the end of … Read More

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Apple iPhone OS 4.0 Keynote Event Roundup

Apple has certainly been on a streak lately. The public release of the iPad has been a complete success and now the details of the much anticipated iPhone OS 4.0. The new operating system has been the main object of speculation and rumor since the unveiling of the Apple tablet in January. Today’s announcement finally threw back the curtain and … Read More

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Live Coverage. Apple iPhone OS 4.0 Sneak Peek Keynote Event

With less than a week after a major product launch Apple’s announcement of iPhone OS 4.0 event was quite unexpected. Apple will give us a sneak peek into the future of iPhone OS later today. The event will be live at Apple’s Infinite Loop campus in Cupertino. There have been many rumors suggesting different features which could possibly be announced today. The … Read More

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Infinote iPad Review: Note-taking app that adds bells and whistles

Infinote Rating: The Apple iPad comes with a built in note taking application so why would anyone need to spend an extra 2 dollars on top of the $500+ that they’ve already spent on another one? Well lets delve into Infinote and see what they have to offer. Infinote’s style is that of multiple noteboards with multiple sticky notes on … Read More

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Apple iPad first day sales estimated at up to 700,000 units

Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster estimates that in the first day of iPad sales in the US 600,000 – 700,000 units were sold. That includes pre-orders. Getting units without a pre-order did not seem to be a huge problem on the first day either. I myself was in touch with a couple of friend’s in California who were able to … Read More

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Apple iPad Unboxing and First Impressions

Is there anyone that doesn’t know what an iPad is or that it’s released today? Well actually there is as when I texted and tweeted my family this morning to let them know that I was at home waiting for the delivery at least 3 of them asked “What’s an iPad”. However, for the rest of the world and certainly … Read More

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Apple iPad Apps, many with the suffix HD, show up in iTunes

It seems that a few iPad apps and games are starting to pop up in the iTunes App Store today. The incredibly popular Parachute Panic, which boasts 4 Million+ downloads as well as Scoreloop Social Gaming integration has just shown up as “Parachute Panic HD”. [iTunes Store] Doing a search for iPad today in iTunes 9.1 now shows up quite … Read More

Stephen NorthcottApple iPad Apps, many with the suffix HD, show up in iTunes

Apple iPad will have free OS updates up to and including OS 4.0

Apple’s new iPad ships with a dedicated OS versioned as iPhone OS 3.2. From Apple’s own iPad Software Licensing Agreement we have found this section: Apple will provide you any iPad OS software updates that it may release from time to time, up to and including the next major iPad OS software release following the version of iPad OS software that … Read More

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A Flood of Apple iPad App Announcements

The iPad is in the mail, the iTunes 9.1 upgrade is available, and now all that remains is to fill that iPad with lots and lots of apps. News of new and impending iPad applications has been trickling out over the last couple of weeks through official and unofficial channels. Now, with April 3rd ever so close, the floodgates have … Read More

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Gamesalad announces Apple iPad game development support

Gamesalad is a GUI driven game creation app for non-programmers. Up until now it has offered capabilities related to the iPhone, iPod Touch, Mac Desktop and The Web. Today they announced support for the iPad too. The Gamesalad tool is available as a free trial download from their website. All you need to do is sign up to try it … Read More

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