After yesterdays announcement of the new Apple iPad, people have been talking about what the new iPhone will be called. And it’s a definite possibility that it will just be called the “new iPhone”.
The main factor that normally convinces someone to purchase a product is its price, and thanks to Apple keeping the exact same pricing structure, for the new iPad, that we saw on the iPad 2 there’s quite a few happy people pre-ordering the new iPad, myself included!
The new Apple iPad was unveiled yesterday and it sure boasts a lot of amazing features, whether it’s the Retina display or 4G LTE capabilities. Apple’s new TV advert for the new iPad was also posted yesterday and it definitely shows off some of the cool things you’ll be able to do.
Britain’s first glasses-free 3D TV goes on sale next week. The Toshiba ZL2 uses face tracking technology to beam left and right images to each persons eye. This allows 3D TV to be watched without needing glasses.
Well guys, if you were following our live coverage, you’ll know that the new iPad is here! And that is actually the name, just iPad, well “new iPad” is what we’ll probably keep referring to it with.
There’s just under an hour until the Apple iPad 3 event begins and there’s still rumours coming in. This one seems like it could be true. It’s being said that the Apple iPad 3 might feature a hapic screen. This basically means that you would potentially be able to feel different textures on the screen.
Ahead of the big event this evening, Apple have disabled their online store.
Google announced yesterday that the they’re abandoning the Android Market name, and the Market will now be called the Google Play Store.
It has now been revealed that LulzSec “Leader”, Hector Xavier Monsegur, has been working with the FBI, as an informant, for the last nine months after his own arrest in August last year.
The UK Prime Minister is a big technology fan, and he’s now commissioned an iPad application to be created for him, which will enable him to view the latest crime, NHS and other statistics with just a few screen touches. However, the iPad app in question comes with a price tag of £20,000 for its development!