As is typical after practically any Apple announcement, many have already come forth to express their disappointment over the new iPad. In my opinion, the new iPad is anything but disappointing, and here are a few reasons why.
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AT&T and Verizon have announced via Twitter that they will not support the hotspot feature in the iPad 4G, while other carrier partners have yet to respond.
Following Apple’s announcement of a new 1080p-capable Apple TV, Netflix has announced that users will now be able to sign up and pay for their Netflix subscriptions using their iTunes Store accounts.
Why you can still benefit from having a 4G enabled iPad in Europe, even when the carriers are not yet supporting it.
Apple has posted the first ever television ad for the new iPad, which will hit the shelves on March 16th. The ad especially emphasizes the Retina display, showing just how great Apple’s fancy new display can really look.
Reports published after the launch of Apple’s new iPhoto for iOS noted that the mapping integrated into the software was not Google based. It was speculated then that perhaps iPhoto used an in-house iOS map product that Apple has been working on. This turns out not to be the case.
Whether you are just replacing your original iPad, or perhaps are even excitedly about to purchase your first iPad, We’ve got the details you need to help you decide where and how to purchase your new iPad.
Apple has just lowered the price of their refurbished iPad 2s, which now start at just $349 for a 16GB WiFi model – $50 less than the newly lowered $399 pricing for a brand new device, and $70 less than they were just 24 hours ago.
Just as expected, demand for the new iPad appears to be strong. Apple’s pre-order page now lists both the white 16GB and 64 GB AT&T LTE models as having a delivery date of March 19th.
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Apple has released an all-new tool called Configurator, which allows anyone to easily mass configure and deploy iOS devices in organizations such as schools or businesses.
Following their announcement of a new Apple TV today, Apple has released the Apple TV 5.0 software update to users of existing Apple TV’s, bringing their slick new interface to older devices.
Along with numerous iOS app updates, Apple has also released new versions of Xcode, iBooks Author, and iPhoto to support the new iPad.
Apple iOS 5.1 causes AT&T iPhone 4S devices to display a ‘4G’ data indicator, likely due to AT&T insisting that Apple make the change.
With the official retail launch of the new iPad set for March 16th, the name of the game for Apple has now become marketing, and they’ve just released a great new video to get people excited!
Apple has now replaced AppleCare for iPad with their new AppleCare+ offering, raising the price from $79 to $99 and adding two years of accident protection on top of the standard AppleCare coverage.