The iPad was a revolutionary device. The iPad 2 will likely be a evolution of the iPad. While it won’t be an amazing all singing all dancing upgrade, it will be one that will see significant gains in key areas. Here are 5 things we will likely see in todays iPad 2 announcement.
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It’s a day of conflicting emotions. On one hand, Apple will today announce the iPad 2. On the other, Twitter has suspended the account of @ceoSteveJobs.
40,000,000 iPads. That’s what Apple expects to ship in 2011. Apple is expected to announce the iPad 2 later today. The tablet device is tipped to include front and rear facing cameras, be thinner & lighter, and possibly available in white.
Italian technology blog SetteB is claiming to know that Steve Jobs will be in attendance at tomorrow’s iPad 2 event but they are not certain he will be presenting.
Here is a pretty interesting iPhone home screen mockup from Geoff Teehan of Teehan+Lax. The design is a replacement for the current home screen that only shows you a list of Apps you have installed. The idea behind the concept is to promote a more social engaged home screen that can quickly notify you of items such as missed calls, upcoming events, and even Facebook updates.
Like Angry Birds? Of course you do! Why not show off your love for the pig killing birds by pimping your iPhone with a fancy Angry Birds case?
Popular note taking and “remember stuff to do later” app Evernote have launched a new design of their iPhone App. Evernote 4 sees a cosmetic change and the addition of some new features. Check out the video inside this post.
The Opera web browser has finally arrived on the Mac App Store. You can download the browser for free and take her for a spin. But will the browser be able to make any gains into the Mac browser market?
According to a report in The Telegraph, former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown yanked a possible knighthood from Steve Jobs. Apparently Mr. Brown was upset that Jobs turned down his approach to speak at a Labour Party convention, and promptly threw his toys out of the pram.
Apple’s CFO, and current stand-in CEO, Tim Cook spilled some beans to Bernstein Research analyst Toni Sacconaghi this week. Cook told Sacconaghi of the possibility of a cheaper iPhone…
John Bonadies aims to fuse old school with new school by replicating the letterpress process on the iPad – help him get this excellent app made via Kickstarter.
BGR posted a picture of what appears to be a white iPad 2. For all we know, it’s probably fake but it does give a good indication of what a white iPad 2 may look like.
The new range of Macbook Pros may luck the same as their 2010 counterparts but the 2011 MBP’s pack a serious punch courtesy of the Sandy Bridge processor updates! The 17″ Macbook Pro with an Intel Quad-Core i7 2.3GHz processor gets a massive 10,164 Geekbench score. That is nearly double the power of the 2010 17″ Intel Core i7 Dual Core score of 5,837.
Apple have published an update on their site regarding their support of Windows Operating Systems on Macs. As of the 25th of February, Windows XP and Vista is no longer a supported Boot Camp operating system on Macbook Air (late 2010), Macbook Pro (17″, 15″, 13″ Early 2011).
We love our Apples. And so do Hollywood. A report from BrandChannel claims that approximately 30% of the top US box office movies in 2010 featured an Apple product.
The more we comb through the OS X Lion Developer Preview, the more we find out about it. This time, we’ve discovered a few things that Lion seems to be missing that have been present in past releases.