While we’ve heard many times now that the long-awaited iPhone 4s and iPad 2 untethered jailbreak is coming soon, today iOS hacker pod2g has announced that the jailbreak will be released later today, in “just a few hours.”
This morning at their “Education Event” in New York City, Apple unveiled some new apps that could prove to revolutionize education as we know it. One of the most exciting things introduced? Digital textbooks.
Apple has announced a brand new iTunes U app for the iPad, allowing high school students, as well as university/college students to view course materials, receive updates from their teachers and even sign up for classes.
With a boost by the upcoming iPad 3, Apple should see sales of more than 48 million of the popular tablet this year, says Sterne Agee analyst Shaw Wu.
Following a video demo of a jailbroken iPhone 4S earlier this week, jailbreak hacker pod2g has now posted a picture of an iPad 2 using the same exploit, revealing that the much anticipated jailbreak is nearly ready for release.
There has been speculation that Apple will continue to offer the iPad 2 as a lower-cost option along side the upcoming iPad 3. Now, display shipment plans released by DigiTimes back up this suggestion with additional data.
Kicks are an expression of minimalistic and elegant iPad protection, allowing the user to feel and use the iPad the way it was intended, while still offering just enough protection. Kicks are one of the best ways to protect but show off your device.
More than 1 in 10 business professionals who own an iPad say that Apple’s touchscreen tablet has become their portable device of choice, completely replacing their laptop.
iOS hacker pod2G updated his blog this morning with a new video demonstrating an untethered jailbreak on an iPhone 4S running iOS 5.0.1., suggesting that work is nearly completed on the jailbreak, and that it should see a public release soon.
Well-known iOS hacker pod2g reveals that an exploit has been found for the A5 chip found in Apple’s iPhone 4S and iPad 2, and that a jailbreak could be released in a matter of days.
The Air Force Special Operations Command has revised its plans to exclusively use Apple iPads in order to equip its flight crews with electronic flight bags that hold digital maps and technical manuals.
Even as Apple is absent from the Consumer Electronics Show, the iPad still casts it’s long shadow over the show. Hardware makers have announced a handful of new tablets, all running Google’s Android, in all shapes and sizes.
There are tons of accessories being shown on the show floor at CES 2012. Many of these are designed specifically for iOS devices.
Penultimate, the handwriting and sketching app we reviewed just last week has been updated today. The update (version 3.3) includes integration with popular services Dropbox and Evernote, as well as new features to help you move your data around your iPad more easily.
Despite his enthusiasm earlier this week, iOS hacker and jailbreak developer pod2g has provided an update on his blog suggesting that an untethered iPhone 4S and iPad 2 jailbreak might not arrive as soon as he’d hoped.
Google’s popular Google Translate app, which can translate text, as well as spoken words and phrases into other languages, has received a significant update today, finally bringing support for the iPad.