Posts Tagged ‘iPad’
If I wasn’t already 100% sold on the iPhone, then these two commercials would probably help me make up my mind:
This is the twenty-sixth episode of my series titled “BestTechInfo And Rumors”! This series is all about providing current and up-to-date technology related news and rumors to my readers/viewers. In this episode I discuss JailbreakMe 3.0, “3D gestures”, Facebook’s alliance with Skype, YouTube Cosmic Panda and more! Links to the rumors/news articles discussed in this […]
The iPhone 5/4s is supposed to be released this fall and rumor has it that this is not the only thing Apple is planning to release. Some sources say that Apple is planning to bring another iPad to the table and if so, it would be dubbed the “iPad HD” or possibly the “iPad Pro”.
I’m sure all of you are aware that iOS 5 will make its big debut this fall, and with iOS 5 will come features like iMessages and iCloud backups. With that said, it’s very obvious that a 3G (possibly even 4G) data connection would be required to take full advantage of these two amazing features […]
Patently Apple came across a patent that was recently filed by Apple that suggests the company might be looking into 3D gestures for upcoming iDevices. These so-called “3D gestures” will allow users to interact with their iDevices not only via touch input but also by moving their fingers around the iDevice itself while not actually […]
iOS 5 beta 2 was seeded to developers today – and MuscleNerd has confirmed that it can be Jailbroken via the same steps used to Jailbreak Apple’s iOS 5 beta 1 firmware. Check out the full tutorial and video instructions after the jump.
iOS 5 was introduced just weeks ago and with it came Notification Center! Up until now, everyone has assumed that Apple will be the only source for Notification Center widgets (there are currently two, Stocks and Weather). A recently uncovered patent filed by Apple in 2007 makes Apple’s intentions crystal clear:
As most of you already know, Apple is the king of patents and is constantly filing new patents – well, Apple filed one back in 2007 that specifically relates to multitouch actions in a stationary application.