Apple’s iPad 2 has been removed from Amazon China, likely over the recent trademark dispute from Proview Technology. The exact reasons for the removal, however, have yet to be determined.
Taiwanese company Proview Electronics wants to put a ban on both iPad imports and exports. The company is already petitioning Chinese customs to stop shipments of iPads.
New rumors have emerged claiming that Apple is a testing a smaller iPad with an 8-inch display, likely in addition to the the 9.7-inch display currently found on the iPad 2.
3G models of the iPad 2 are in short supply – a strong sign that the iPad 3 is almost here. However, only the 3G models are constrained, raising questions of what Apple may have in store for the iPad 2.
Regional big-box retailer Meijer has slashed their prices on the iPad 2, and is now offering the 16GB Wi-Fi model for just $429, and some Target stores are offering a $75 discount on all iPad 2 models.
Where Would The U.S. Consumer Electronics Industry be Without Apple? Down 6% in 2011, according to the NPD Group.
Apple has posted a new video about how important the iPad now is to small businesses, showing how Theatre Consultant Collaborative used iPads to view blueprints and video conference.
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.
The introduction of a split keyboard for the iPad has made a lot of people happy, but there’s more to the iPad’s split keyboard than meets the eye. Literally. Because it has six invisible keys to help make your life easier while typing!
After last month’s digital textbooks initiative was announced by Apple, the noise has seemed to die down a bit. Except in schools all around the country, where school administrators can’t stop talking about it.
IBM has 30,00 employees carrying iPhones, 10,000 using iPads, and 10,000 toting MacBooks. According to a presentation last week at MacWorld iWorld, IBM might have the largest Apple deployment in the World. Outside of Apple itself, of course.
Created by Bluelounge, an award-winning design studio, the Shell is a hard case, snap-on cover for the iPad 2. With well-trimmed edges and a satin-like finish, the Shell will comfortably protect while showing off a little creativity.
Jumsoft has just released Book Palette 1.0 on the Mac App Store, a collection of templates and themes for Apple’s recently released iBooks Author platform.
Despite what most of the media has been reporting, the majority the work that goes into Apple products is done in the U.S. In fact, according to Forbes, only $10 per iPhone goes to manufacturing overseas.
Some voters in Florida’s Republican Primary election will be choosing their candidate via iPad. The number of iPads that will be used was undisclosed by Lori Steele, the CEO of Everyone Counts, the company behind the software.
Foxconn is planning to build five additional factories in Brazil to help meet demand for iPads and other tablets. The products are expected to combine for an expected annual run rate of nearly 400 million units within 5 years.