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iPad HD (official name new iPad) Feature list in a nutshell
same battery life, 10 hours, as iPad 2
same priceline as previous line: $499, $599, and $599
2048×1536 pixel display
264 pixels per inch
quad core CPU A5X
5 MP iSight camera (same as iPhone 4)
LTE (4G) on some model (available in selected countries of course)
can be used as a Wi-Fi hotspot
44% greater color saturation too
iOS 5.1 announced too!
iMovie and Garageband revisited too!
iPhoto can “beam” photos between iOS devices with a new feature called Photo Beaming.
There’s also a new feature …
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March 7th, San Francisco: Apple is about to present the new iPad HD (more likely) or iPad 3.
What about the rumors about the new features?
Let’s put them together and see what’s feasible and what’s not!
One of the iPhone’s most beloved features is its ultrasharp retina display. And while the iPad 2′s screen is no lightweight, a bump up in pixel density is one of the most hotly anticipated iPad 3 improvements. MacRumors claims to have obtained an iPad 3 display that confirms the bump in resolution. The display is the …
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With the upcoming iPad 3 event on March 7th, rumors abound on some critical issues that may emerge with the new model.
Shlashgear reports that the Home button may disappear from iPad 3 in favor of some new gestures.
The Home button, one of the very few iPad annoyances, is a long-time doomed feature that may has come to an end.
Apple has long been rumored to be deleting the physical home key, and replacing it with either a combination of gestures or a touch sensitive bezel. The image Apple used for its …
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The spot, from longtime Apple ad agency TBWA\Media Arts Lab, illustrates simply how the technology works. In the ad, a user downloads an album on an iPhone 4S and then — voila! — it shows up on that user’s iPad and Mac. The same goes for new contacts, calendar entries, photos and apps.
This isn’t Apple’s first ad for iCloud. A commercial released last November made the same point, but included narration to spell it out. That spot came a few weeks after Apple’s official iCloud release in October.
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Magazine publisher Future has released its first interactive book created with Apple’s iBooks Author tool.
Future says GarageBand for Beginners has been carefully designed m to make the most of the interactive features available on iBooks 2 and iBooks Author.
The book offers tutorials on using Apple’s GarageBand music-making app allows users to create their own music in a quick and easy way.
Ian Robson, Future’s Technology Publisher says: “Our consumers demand the richest possible media experience from our products and with GarageBand for Beginners we’ve once again delivered.
“The Apple iBooks 2 platform …
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iOS 5 release is upcoming, are you ready for the 200+ new features?
So what are we waiting for?
What are those features, seen by many as Steve’s latest legacy?
Better Notifications: iOS 5 will include the new Notification Center, which can be accessed by swiping your finger downward on any iPhone screen. You can customize which notifications appear, including emails, texts, Game Center updates and weather. The point is to make notifications less like that interrupting cow in your knock knock joke.
iMessage: The new messaging feature allows iOS users to communicate over …
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Apple’s latest iOS tablet isn’t just for fun or the home and office as the Apple iPad 2 can also be used as a good educational tool, and as such Kindergartners in Auburn, Maine are to get given an Apple iPad 2 to use in the classroom.
According to an article on The Sun Journal, reporter Bonnie Washuk says, “The $200,000 cost for the iPad 2 tablets will be less than hiring more teachers. It probably would take four teachers to do what the computers can do with one teacher.”
Apparently some …
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At its Sept. 1 event, Apple trotted out a new iPod touch, iPod Nano, iPod Shuffle, a rekindled Apple TV, and even a brand new social network in iTunes 10.
This annual fall bash held surprises for almost every device that Apple sells – with one notable exception.
“It’s the biggest change in the iPod lineup ever,” said Apple CEO Steve Jobs at the event.
With updates for iTunes, iPod Nano, iPod Shuffle, iPod Touch, iOS, iPad, and Apple TV – phew! – Apple gave a nice polish to practically its entire line …
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As far as we know, App Store lacked an iPad Photo app able to use metadata information from photographs for searches and various other chores.
Sort Shots – iPad Edition 2.0 from Today Beanheads Consulting Inc. closes the hole.
The app allows users to import images via iTunes while retaining previously assigned metadata keywords and ratings, so users can simply tap on desired search criteria to find photos instantly.
Tags and ratings asseigned to images in Sort Shots can be exported and used by some desktop applications like Photoshop Bridge and Lightroom from …
U.S. Apple Store shows a decreasing of iPad shipment times. As of now, a buyer needs to wait 3-5 business days and, we hope, counting down.
That’s good news for iPad success and for Apple customer satisfaction. Every unsuccessful visit to a physical Apple Store can discomfort and the same holds for too long a waiting list.
Moreover, various hints let assume that Apple has been completing the production ramp-up of the iPad, rather than seeing a cooling of iPad demand. Good news, folks.
iPad bloodbath: Plastic Logic abandons its long-delayed e-reader because of rising [unsustainable — Ed.] competition on the market.
The Que, an A4-sized device [“A4” should have been the processor, not size — Ed.], was shown last January at the Consumer Electronics Show, with a price tag of $649 and a label of e-reader for business users.
Few weeks later Apple announced the iPad, priced starting from $499 and 200k-something apps ready for it. Go figure.
Richard Archuleta, Plastic Logic chief executive officer, said in a statement that they canned the Que and are …
Apple announced yesterday that the iPad tablet device would go on sale in nine more countries as of Friday, July 23.
The new countries are Austria, Belgium, Hong Kong, Ireland, Luxembourg, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, and Singapore. Customers in these countries will be able to buy any of the six iPad models via Apple’s retail stores or Apple Authorized Resellers.
These nine join existing countries Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Switzerland, the U.K. and the U.S., bringing the total availability to nineteen countries. Apple says more countries will be …