Apple has announced today that it will release an iPad Air and Retina iPad mini with support for China Mobile’s TD-LTE networks which was launched last year.
Microsoft releases Word, Excel, and PowerPoint for iPad, and the new release will join the pre-existing OneNote for iPad as Microsoft expands is range of apps tailored to Apple’s iPad.
As reported last week, ZDNet reiterates that Microsoft will finally launch Office for iPad tomorrow.
Apple has officially announced the relaunch of iPad 4 with Retina Display which is replacing the aging iPad 2. As expected, the device is now available once again on Apple’s website, with only a 16 GB capacity.
There aren’t any changes to the device. This model replaces the iPad 2, which has been around since the days of the 30-pin connector. The newer version includes Apple’s custom dual-core A6X processor, a 5 MP iSight camera, and 1.2 MP FaceTime camera. (Press release below:)
Rumors of a 7-inch iPad mini have been around since just after the launch of the original iPad in 2010, Apple is reportedly targeting October 2012 for its release.
There has been great pressure from consumers to offer some variation of multi-user support – allowing individuals to personalize their own iPad profile with custom wallpapers, alerts, mailboxes and preferences.
TechBargins publishes the results of its survey to discover what moms want this Mother’s Day.
91% of moms want iPads over flowers this year.
Full infographic below…
Steve Jobs served on the board of directors for Disney and was the co-founder / CEO for Pixar, which was purchased by Disney to create some of the most memorable animated films ever. Jobs also used his knowledge from creating the most profitable retail chain in the world to help Disney rejuvenate their stale retail experience.
Many with a literary, geographical or historical interest were in a state of shock last month when it was announced that Britannica would no longer be printed.
There’s no doubt that an iPad is a useful – even invaluable tool for those with a vested culinary interest. After all, there are literally hundreds of apps for cooking, baking, and preparing that perfect meal from the random scraps of food lurking in the refrigerator.