Although Apple is currently facing some pretty tremendous demand (and backlogs) for the iPad 2, a new analytical report released by Displaybank claims that, due to a spike in display deliveries, we may be able to expect a significant surge in shipments of the iPad 2.
Leather binding might be one of the most truly beautiful artisan trades, and also serves as an excellent method for making beautiful, durable cases. Pad&Quill has stepped up once more with their Contega case – read on for the full review.
We’ve just heard that today Yahoo has unveiled a new search engine specifically for mobile apps. The search can either take place on a new section of their existing search engine, or in a new free iOS app that they just released.
Yesterday, a Chinese court convicted and sentenced three people with leaking Apple trade secrets. The three individuals will face prison time for revealing leaked iPad 2 case designs. This might be related to earlier smilar charges facing some Foxconn employees.
Earlier, we wrote about Adobe’s brand new PhotoShop Touch iPad apps, called Eazel, Color Lava, and Nav. Each provides an interesting interaction between your iPad and a Mac running Photoshop CS5, and each is on sale for a much reduced price!
I certainly love my iPad 2, but I decided that, in order to help dissuade bias, I’d have a positive look at a couple of competing tablets: the Blackberry PlayBook and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Read on for my assessment.
Apparently some people still care enough about flash to use it as a bragging point – Samsung recently unleashed a funny new advertisement trumping up their new Samsung Galaxy Tab, while bashing the iPad for its lack of Flash support.
In an interesting take on the classic “stolen Apple device” story, a clever thief, after stealing an iPad 2, convinced the Apple to replace it for a new device. Since the new iPad 2 had a different serial number, Apple reportedly refused to help the victim of the crime.
Have you ever found yourself listening to your iPod/iPhone/iPad, only to have something surface that you just didn’t care for? Up until now, you’d have to make note, and delete it from iTunes for Mac later. Now, with iOS 5, you can delete the offender from your device on the spot, no longer to plague your ears.
According to our source (who says they heard it from an Apple employee), Apple is selectively recalling some Verizon iPad 2s for recall, with some iPads being returned to the factory mid-shipment before delivery.
Among the many claims made at WWDC was the claim that IOS 5 would not leave any devices behind, and would even work on the iPhone 3GS. A closer look, however, reveals that not all devices may be able to take advantage of all of iOS 5’s features.
OnLive is a new company built up around the idea of cloud gaming. Their service, currently available for PC’s and the Mac, lets you play high-end PC and console games without worrying about the system specs – and it’s soon to come to an iPad near you!
Evernote, the popular note-taking service, has just gotten smarter with Evernote Peek.
Consumer PC analysts at Gartner have trimmed their estimates for worldwide PC shipments to just 9.3% growth, down from prior projections of 10.5% growth. The key to the decrease? More people are buying iPhones and Tablets.
Apple is now the world’s largest buyer of semiconductors, according to a report by IHS iSuppli. It’s no surprise given they have sold over 200 million iOS devices.
Despite initial problems with the supply of the iPad 2, Apple has nevertheless reached a milestone, reaching 25 million units sold in just 14 months – a figure which suggests that Apple is on pace to sell another 8 million tablets this quarter.