- Apple TV to be “the biggest thing in consumer electronics since the smartphone”
- Windows 8 tablet compared to the iPad 2
- Here is what games will look like on a Retina display iPad
- New rumor claims the iPad 3 will actually be called iPad HD
- New Apple TV shipping March 8th?
- Rumor: iPad 3 to become available March 16th
- Apple ranked the most admired company in the world, for the fifth time
- Readability for iOS now available
- Want to know more about the iTweak Store? Read our exclusive interview
- AT&T responds to complaints, ups throttling limit to 3GB
Posted: 01 Mar 2012 03:32 PM PST
Even though we have a pretty good feeling that Apple is going to unveil its third ATV set top box next week, gossip is still bouncing around about Apple’s full-scale television. We’ve been hearing rumors of an Apple TV set for several months now.
A lot of the chatter can be traced back to Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster. The firm’s resident Apple expert has been the device’s biggest proponent up to this point, and now he’s back with some new information…(...)
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Posted: 01 Mar 2012 03:10 PM PST
We know you’re a devoted iOS user, but isn’t it always interesting to know what goes on up in Redmond? Microsoft just released its consumer preview of Windows 8, which is designed around tablets. The lingering question of course is how it compares to the iPad. Microsoft’s tablets haven’t really succeeded in the past, so it will be interesting to see if Microsoft got it this time.
The Verge is ready to answer the question on our mind and has compared the iPad 2 to a Windows 8 tablet on video. The new Metro UI actually doesn’t look too shabby…(...)
Posted: 01 Mar 2012 02:40 PM PST
A Retina display seems almost confirmed to be featured on the iPad 3, as more rumors and pictures have popped up over the past few weeks. A Retina display on the iPad 3 will be of astonishing quality. Just look at your iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S screen’s quality, and then picture it on the iPad. Just wow.
The guys over at Pixels on Toast have already started getting their upcoming game Food Run ready for the 2048×1536 resolution. In doing so, they have showed us what a game running on that high quality of screen looks like. And it looks amazing…(...)
"Here is what games will look like on a Retina display iPad" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
Posted: 01 Mar 2012 02:17 PM PST
We know, or feel like we know, just about everything there is to know about Apple’s next tablet — except its name. Most websites, including us, have just been assuming that since it will be the third iPad, it will be called the iPad 3.
But according to Gizmodo, the new device will actually be named the iPad HD. The site points to a couple of pieces of evidence to back its claims, including third-party cases and data from web traffic analytics…(...)
"New rumor claims the iPad 3 will actually be called iPad HD" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
Posted: 01 Mar 2012 01:30 PM PST
Rumors have been circling around over the past few weeks that a new Apple TV is on its way from Apple. Specifically, a report indicated that the third-generation Apple TV will be announced at Apple’s media event in California, March 7th.
Today, that rumor seems to gain credibility as MacTrast discovered perhaps the shipping date for the new Apple TV, leaked unintentionally by Apple on its website. While trying to order a new Apple TV, the publication found that the current generation is out of stock, and the earliest shipping date for is March 8th…(...)
Posted: 01 Mar 2012 01:14 PM PST
Now that we know when Apple will unveil its new iPad, folks are starting to speculate on what date the tablet will become available. And the most consistent guess to date seems to be Friday, March 16th.
MacRumors is the latest to add weight to the theory, pointing to a high profile Apple Store in Houston that was originally slated to debut on March 17th, but has recently been rescheduled to open a day earlier…(...)
Posted: 01 Mar 2012 12:51 PM PST
Apple has created quite the following over the years worldwide, specifically after the launch of the iPhone. Look at how quickly the news of Steve Jobs’ death spread over social media and to mainstream media outlets — it was a matter of minutes. Everyone loves Apple.
Today, Fortune has posted its list of the world’s most admired companies. And not to anyone’s surprise, Apple has topped the list as the world’s most admired company. Search engine Google and online retailer Amazon follow behind Apple…(...)
"Apple ranked the most admired company in the world, for the fifth time" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
Posted: 01 Mar 2012 12:28 PM PST
Popular service Readability has finally launched its app on the App Store. Readability is a great looking web app that allows you to save web items for reading more comfortably at a later time. The new Readability app is available for both iPhone and iPad.
The app makes any webpage look more uniform and clean looking. There’s the ability to make the text bigger, share items with your friends, and more…(...)
Posted: 01 Mar 2012 12:05 PM PST
Your one and only option for installing jailbreak applications on your iDevice these days is Cydia. It has been the undisputed installer of choice for several years now, and even if a few others – Rock, Icy – tried to make a name for themselves, Cydia has always prevailed.
We’re so accustomed to Cydia that every time we hear about a potential new alternative, we get defensive very quickly. Change and competition are great, but the comfort of a househould name like Cydia is hard to break. But that’s exactly what the iTweak Store aims to do.
Surfaced a couple days ago, the iTweak Store presents itself as a web based alternative to Cydia. We sat down with Kyle Pierre, one of the developers behind iTweak, to learn more about what their project is all about and why we should be on the look out for them…(...)
"Want to know more about the iTweak Store? Read our exclusive interview" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
Posted: 01 Mar 2012 11:38 AM PST
AT&T has been under a lot of scrutiny lately due to its new data throttling practices. Last Fall, the carrier started significantly reducing the data speeds of its unlimited customers who were using more than 2GB a month.
The move prompted multiple complaints from subscribers, and even sparked a string of small claims court lawsuits. Well apparently all of the heat was too much for the carrier, as it appears it has just revamped its throttling policy…(...)
"AT&T responds to complaints, ups throttling limit to 3GB" is an article by iDownloadBlog.com.
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