Let’s face it; an iPad is nothing without interactive, informative and enjoyable apps.
The iPad mini has been a revolutionary device across the boards since release in November of 2012.
As the new iPad is being launched today, one can expect new iPad accessories to be available. And they are. A few of them are available now, and some are on pre-order
Apple stores, Best Buy, Walmart and other supply chains began selling the new iPad today as early as 12:01am. Lines have been forming over the past few days at some locations and the 3rd generation iPad is expected to sell out at some stores. Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak was seen at the Century City, CA Apple store waiting in line. He wanted to be “genuine, like the real people.” Find more pictures and stories at macrumors.com and appleinsider.com
The team at iFixit have taken apart the new iPad to see all the goodies inside. As expected, they’ve found components manufactured by Samsung, Qualcomm and Toshiba. MacRumors.com has a good article on the tear down, complete with pictures
Even though this video isn’t in English, you can get a good look at the new iPad 3 from this YouTube video courtesy of Tinhte.vn: The folks at Tinhte.vn are also reporting some new iPad 3 benchmarks from the Geekbench app show the next-generation iPad to have a 1 GHz application processor and 1 GB of RAM. AT&T officially announced they will be offering the new iPad with WiFi + 4G on March 16. Verizon has made a similar announcement as well. Sales for the new iPad will begin at 8am local time this Friday, March 16.
Here’s what some popular blogs and websites are saying about the new iPad 3: Engadget “There’s no doubt that this here tablet feels every bit like a $500 product, oozing quality from edge to edge and being as delightful as ever to use.”
Apple officially announced the new iPad today in San Francisco, CA. The new iPad 3 is a big step up from the iPad 2 in many ways. Follow the updates below as they come in to us: – Retina Display, 2048 by 1536 pixels – A5X quad-core graphics – iSight camera, auto exposure, auto focus, HD video recording in 1080p, auto face detection, image stabilization, 5 megapixel camera on back – Voice dictation, microphone key on bottom like iPhone 4S, tap to speak – 4G LTE, new wireless technology – Fast 3G HSPA+ and DC-HSDPA networking – Still 10 hours of battery life, 9 hours on 4G – Pre-orders start today, on sale March 16 – WiFi + 4G: 16GB, $629 | 32GB, $729 | 64GB, $829 – WiFi Only: 16GB, $499 | 32GB, $599 | 64GB, $699 – same as previous iPads – Apple iOS apps like iWork, Garage Band, iPhoto and iMovie have been updated with new features – Lots of new effects, options and manipulation possibilities with iPhoto and iMovie – iPad 2 not being phased out, starting now at $399 The Apple website has been updated to include “the new iPad“, not referred to as iPad 3 or iPad HD. For more information on the new iPad features, check out AppleInsider.com.
After obtaining a copy and running some tests, it seems that this one actually has potential.
The name of the tool is iBackuper and it aims to facilitate media management on iPhones, iPods, Ipads.
Who doesn’t remember dumping a couple of tons of quarters into the video game version of the incredibly popular NBA Jam. Back in the 90’s and early 2000’s there was nary a game quite as popular as NBA Jam simply because there was no other game that looked and acted quite like this one. The giant heads, the over excited announcer, the crazy slam dunks that would literally make your opponent go flying across the screen as you posterized him. Now all that action is back, only it is all on the iPad. Actually, NBA Jam has been around on the iOS for quite a while, but the newest version is even more loyal to the game that video and console gamers so fell in love with