New iPad Available In Apple Stores This Friday At 8AM

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Mar 132012

Everyone is getting super excited about the third generation iPad. We might not be able to call it the iPad 3, but there is little doubting that this is fast becoming the most anticipated iPad release to date. With that huge Retina Display forming the centerpiece of what is sure to be a popular device, Apple has already seen unprecedented demand for the tablet.

With some of us sat eagerly anticipating a knock at the door on Friday morning, some people will be huddled outside an Apple Store in the hope that they are far enough down the line to be able to pick up a new iPad on release day. We knew Apple’s own stores would be popular destinations for those who chose not to order online, but the only real question was about what time those stores would be opening. Continue reading »

iOS 5.1 Available Today, Adds Japanese-language Siri

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Mar 072012

We’re live from Apple’s event in San Francisco where Tim Cook has just announced additional language capabilities for Siri. That disembodied helper, ushered in by the iPhone 4S, is now getting a localized Japanese equivalent as part of the iOS 5.1 update rolling out today and slated to hit Japan over the next few weeks. Looks like those prior leaks were right on the money. Now we’ll just have to wait and see if that camera slider makes the cut. Continue reading »

Rumors: New iPad will have more RAM, ‘variety of LTE flavors’

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Mar 062012

Besides reiterating a call for an updated Apple TV tomorrow, The Verge has some new information on the upcoming iPad processors and configurations: Continue reading »

Apple Officially Confirm a Special Event on March 7th

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Feb 282012

You’ve heard all the rumors, and now Apple has finally confirmed the details of its next iPad launch event. It will take place on Wednesday, March 7th at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater in San Francisco. The company is keeping things suitably vague beyond that, of course, promising only that it has “something you really have to see. And touch.” You can be sure we’ll be there live to find out exactly what that might be.

Looking at the image in the invite, it appears that Apple is already giving us a sneak peak at the iPad 3’s Retina Display. Continue reading »

iPad 3 To Have Thinner And Lighter Battery?

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Sep 072011

Taiwanese Economic News reports that Apple has placed an order with Simplo Technology Co. and Dynapack International Technology Corp. for a thinner and lighter battery for the iPad 3.

If this is indeed true then it would mean than iPad 3 could be thinner and lighter than iPad 2 or as MacRumors points out could be making space for a thicker high-resolution retina display.

Taiwanese Economic news also reports that the new thinner and lighter battery for iPad 3 will be 30% more expensive. The battery is also supposed to offer longer service life and increased safety than the previous generation battery packs used in iPad 2. Continue reading »

ERPLY’s Mobile Credit Card Reader For iPad

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Aug 232011

It may look like nothing more than a glorified chip clip, but that dongle at the bottom of this guy’s iPad is actually ERPLY’s new credit card reader — the latest addition to a growing field of NFC and mobile payment devices designed for small and large businesses. Once attached to an iPad’s charging port, the peripheral will send a user’s encrypted credit card information to ERPLY’s point-of-sale and inventory management software, allowing customers to purchase products on the store room floor and giving retailers the ability to monitor transactions and stock flows in real time. Available for $50 (with a transaction fee of 1.9 percent), the reader is also equipped to handle both NFC and traditional card payments and, after processing a purchase, will automatically send a receipt to consumers via text or e-mail. At the moment, it’s only available for the iPad, though iPhone users should be able to get their own version within the next three months.

[via engadget]

how To Install Swype Jailbreak App On iPhone, iPod And iPad

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Jul 102011

Andrew Liu – jailbreak app developer who unofficially ported Swype – the most popular alternative keyboard for Android devices to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch has released a new beta version of his jailbreak app on Cydia.

Yesterday, Swype Inc CEO Mike McSherry had said that the jailbreak app didn’t appear to be a port, as some of the key features such as the blue tracer line are missing.

He was right, Andrew Liu has revealed that he has written his own code to bring Swype like experience to the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, rather than porting Swype to iOS as the code for the official version is not open source. Liu plans to rename the jailbreak app so that users don’t get confused with Swype.

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Comex Responds to Stolen iPad 2 Jailbreak

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Jul 022011

Comex has responded to the leaked iPad 2 jailbreak that was apparently stolen using a possible dictionary attack.

Congratulations, some moron used a dictionary attack(?) to leak a buggy version and put me on a useless time limit. Continue reading »

Photoshop Companion Apps For iPad Now Available

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May 112011

It’s taken much, much longer than we ever expected but three new Photoshop companion apps are now available for the iPad, and by all accounts they’re as good as we’d hoped.

According to Gizmodo’s Jesus Diaz, all three new apps are worth picking up especially when you see the prices involved.

Adobe Eazel is a $5 app that works as a stand-alone paint application and plugs straight into the desktop version of Photoshop. Images are transferred and can have their resolution changed as you so wish.
Adobe Color Lava costs $3 and is expected to be used by creatives who need to make color themes while out and about.
Adobe Nav is just $2 and is basically a remote for Photoshop tools.

All apps are available now via the iOS App Store.

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The Complete iPhone 5 Rumors

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Mar 232011

New design, brushed metal back, sliding keyboard, larger screen, contactless payments, etc … The more serious the most outrageous rumors about the iPhone 5 are already many and it becomes difficult to sort among all the brouhaha … In order to simplify the task and as I already did last year, I decided to synthesize all these rumors in the form a computer graphics, computer graphics and how! …

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