iPad 2 Retina Display Rumor Roundup

Over the last couple of weeks there have been a number of discussions on various rumour sites about the exact resolution of the screen on the new iPad 2. The popular favourite is that the iPad 2 will offer a “Retina” style display with exactly double the resolution of the current model. This would certainly be the best choice for any … Read More

Apple’s iPad 2 to have 2048 x 1536 “Retina” Display?

When Apple introduced the iPhone 4 they also introduced the concept of the “Retina” display. A display with a pixel/dot per inch (DPI) rating that is high enough that when held at a normal distance from the eye each individual pixel is effectively invisible. Giving the appearance of perfectly formed text, much like the quality we expect in glossy printed … Read More

No Retina Display for iPad 2?

Flicking through my usual RSS feeds I came across an interesting post by Ryan Block over on gdgt.com. Block contemplates the impending arrival of Apple’s 2nd generation iPad and whether it will sport the Cupertino outfits impressive Retina Display. It’s worth having a read of the whole post over on gdgt, but the post points out that in order to … Read More

What We Can Expect from the 2nd Gen iPad Update?

iPad 2 Update

As we get closer to the first anniversary of the iPad’s release, it’s inevitable that rumors surrounding the second-generation device will begin to surface, with many guessing how the iPad 2 update will look, what it will be made from, and what it will do. Here’s Touch Reviews roundup of some of the rumors so far, and what we can … Read More

iPhone 4 Display Better than Samsung Galaxy S [DisplayMate]

The people over at DisplayMate took 5 smartphones and tested their screens for quality and came to the conclusion that iPhone 4 screen was indeed the best. Considering the fact that Samsung recently said that iPhone was already obsolete due to its LCD screen, I would imagine that’s gotta smart! In testing the 5 handsets, of which the Samsung Galaxy … Read More

iPod touch 4G (4th Gen) Reviews and Unboxing

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During Apple’s annual music event Steve Jobs unveiled the “biggest change in the iPod lineup ever”  by announcing all new designs for every model. iPod touch was certainly the main focus of the event and the new iPod touch 4G has proved to be a major upgrade when compared with any previous version. When people would compare an iPhone with iPod touch they were always … Read More

New iPod touch 4G (4th gen) First Impressions

iPod touch 4G

Apple’s annual music event did not really surprise us, almost all rumors and leaks reported were confirmed to be true when Steve Jobs introduced the new iPod lineup for the Holiday season. As reported earlier the new iPod touch 4G was expected to feature two cameras, gyroscope, A4 processor and retina display. When Apple thinks about making a product “even better” … Read More

Era of the Dollar HD Game Begins with Kick Flick 2010

Edinburgh, U.K. – Kevin Ng Games today updated iPhone game Kick Flick 2010, adding iPad and iPhone 4 Retina Display support, free to existing users. Kick Flick 2010 is the first game to offer support for both HD devices in the same app at the lowest App Store price of $0.99. Kick Flick 2010 is a soccer game in which … Read More

Second Generation iPad in January. Smaller and Faster? [Rumor]

It is fairly obvious, if you stop and think for a moment, that Apple will have an update to the Apple A4 ready for future iPad and iPhone 4. One of the main reasons they need to do this is that as they increase screen size on these devices with Retina Display, they need more powerful GPUs to fill those … Read More

New iPods, iPhone 5, iPod Shuffle and iPad Mini

iPad Mini

iLounge, which has a reasonable track record when it comes to rumours, is reporting some interesting tidbits about new Apple gear for the end of 2010 / beginning of 2011. New iPod Shuffle: The small Apple touch screen that we reported on last month is set to be part of a relaunched iPod Shuffle – with a touch screen. New … Read More

iLookFunny gets Free for iPhone

Colorado based Riptide Games today releases iLookFunny Free 1.1.1, the free version of the hit fun photo app for iPhone. iLookFunny lets users take funny photos of themselves and their friends with the iPhone camera, or front camera. Customize each photo with moustaches, wigs, glasses, bow ties and more to create fun photos of anyone or anything. iLookFunny Free has all the features of the recently updated full version, but it is completely free for any iPhone user.

iPhone 4 Retina Display: Fact or Steve Jobs Fiction?

iPhone 4 Retina Display There has been some debate on the internet about the iPhone 4 Retina Display, and whether or not Steve Jobs has been exaggerating again. So we thought we’d do our best to clear this up for you. Steve Jobs had this to say about the iPhone 4’s LCD display resolution during his WWDC keynote : It … Read More