It’s very likely that the iPad 3 will feature a Retina display, but many don’t realize just how high resolution such a display would actually be. As it turns out, it would pack more pixels than most Macs!
AT&T is replacing all of their micro-SIM cards with new LTE-capable micro-SIM’s sparking speculation that the iPad 3 may include LTE support, as previously rumored.
A new report from TheNextWeb states that Apple is in “crunch mode,” scrambling to make sure that apps are ready for on-stage demos of the iPad 3, as well as to show off in new advertisements for the next-gen iPad.
The New York Times claims to have heard from their own sources that iPad 3 will feature a faster processor, a “truly amazing” screen, and a design nearly identical to the iPad 2.
Following recent news that energy titan Haliburton has decided to ditch the BlackBerry for the iPhone, the U.S. Government will be doing the same, at least for the NOAA.
The iPad is emerging as a viable way to easily and interactively order food in restaurants, with several services offering restaurant owners the chance to implement iPads into their business.
With all the iPad 3 excitement leading up to the device’s expected release next month, we want to know what you want or expect from the iPad 3. Sound off in our latest poll!
Images of leaked iPad 3 components reveal that the internal components of Apple’s third generation tablet are significantly different from those in previous devices. The design, however, looks to remain the same.
Amazon is taking aim at the iPad in a new ad, pointing out that you can buy two Kindle Fires and a regular Kindle for less than the cost of a single iPad
A new report from Japanese tech blog Macotakara features a supposed picture of the iPad 3’s Retina display, manufactured by sharp with a resolution of 2048 x 1536.
According to sources speaking to AllThingsD, Apple will host a launch event for the iPad 3 in the first week of March. The event is expected to be held in San Francisco at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
RepairLabs claims that they’ve received photos of the rear panel from an iPad 3, which has a number of differences compared to the current iPad 2, such as a slightly narrower logic board that could allow for a larger battery.
Many Apple users have been anxiously awaiting iOS 5.1. New clues have now been found suggesting that iOS 5.1 could arrive on March 9th, possibly alongside the iPad 3.
Tapbots has released a major update for Tweetbot, their popular iPhone Twitter app, bringing a new look for Timeline and direct messages, a revamped “new tweets” bar, Readability support, and more.
Wipe that sauce off of your fingers before you order another basket of wings, hot-sauce hounds, because you’ll need to pick up that iPad off of your table to place your order at Buffalo Wild Wings.
Voomote’s popular Zapper, a tiny transmitter that turns your iOS device into a universal remote, is now available for sale at Apple Retail Stores across the United States, as well as through the Apple Online Store.