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Confidential iPhone And iPad Prototypes Revealed By Apple

Confidential iPhone And iPad Prototypes Revealed By Apple

Apple and Samsung are embroiled in a bitter legal tussle. Apple accuses Samsung of having infringed its iPhone and iPad design patents where Samsung vehemently denies these charges. Now, due to a court ruling, Apple had to reveal the designs of some early iPhone prototypes.

By On July 30, 2012 Respond
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iOS 6 Users Will Download Apps Without Entering Password All The Time

iOS 6 Users Will Download Apps Without Entering Password All The Time

In iOS 5 and earlier versions of iOS, from the App Store before downloading free apps or updating the apps which users had already installed on their iDevice, every time they had to give their Apple ID Password. To some users it seemed unnecessary and annoying to enter password while downloading free apps. The good news is that unnecessary and annoying dialogue is no more. In the iOS 6, users won’t have to give their Apple ID Password to download free apps or update apps.

By On July 25, 2012 Respond
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Judge Asks Apple To Announce That Samsung Didn’t Copy iPad

Judge Asks Apple To Announce That Samsung Didn’t Copy iPad

Last week, Apple started sending letters to US carriers and retailers to stop selling Samsung Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Nexus in the country because of a court injunction issued over infringement complaints. But, Apple has to follow a completely opposite course in UK. It has to publish a notice that Samsung didn’t copy designs from Apple’s iPad, after the former lost a lawsuit against the latter.

By On July 19, 2012 Respond
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Google+ Brings Version 3.0 App For iPhone And iPad

Google+ Brings Version 3.0 App For iPhone And iPad

Great news for the Google+ iOS users. Google brings more attractive features of Google+ for iPhone and iPad users with version 3.0. The new version makes using Google+ easier. The new version is also the first to support iPad with its unique interface features. Check more details below about the new features of the latest version.

By On July 11, 2012 Respond
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[Rumor] Apple Making A Thinner And Cooler 9.7-inch iPad With Retina Display

[Rumor] Apple Making A Thinner And Cooler 9.7-inch iPad With Retina Display

Reportedly, Apple is making another new iPad which includes a 9.7-inch Retina display, a different battery and LCD backlighting scheme. The source said that its battery will be less hot and thickness and weight will be similar to the iPad 2. This iPad will be released anytime before the holiday season alongside the iPad mini, that is also rumored for the same time. At first, Digitimes has published this rumor and they got it from several Chinese news reports.

By On July 7, 2012 Respond
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Apple Next Generation iPhone 5 May Have Quad-Core Processor [Rumor]

Apple Next Generation iPhone 5 May Have Quad-Core Processor [Rumor]

According to the Taiwanese publication DigiTimes, Apple will release its sixth generation iPhone, presumably called the “iPhone 5,” in Q2 this year. It’s being said that Apple iPhone 5 will be powered by a quad-core ARM processor based on Samsung’s Exynos 4 architecture.

By On July 7, 2012 Respond
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Bill Gates Explains Why iPad Was A Success, Hopes To Change The Game With Surface

Bill Gates Explains Why iPad Was A Success, Hopes To Change The Game With Surface

In an interview with Charlie Rose on Monday, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates shared his thoughts on why iPad was a success and Microsoft’s tablet PC back in 2000 was a failure. The entrepreneur, however, thinks that the company might have something great in hand to change the game.

By On July 5, 2012 Respond
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[Rumor] 7.85-inch Retina Display iPad To Use Sharp IGZO Panel

[Rumor] 7.85-inch Retina Display iPad To Use Sharp IGZO Panel

We have heard many rumors about upcoming iPad and today there is a new one. A Chinese website MyDrivers has published the rumor. They said that Apple’s upcoming iPad display will be 7.85-inch with retina display support. The company will use Sharp IGZO panels to make this iPad. MyDrivers mentioned Apple industry chain as the source of the news.

By On July 4, 2012 Respond
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Apple Settles iPad Trademark Dispute In China For $60 Million

Apple Settles iPad Trademark Dispute In China For $60 Million

The consumer electronics giant Apple has settled its iPad trademark dispute in China. They recovered the legal trademark ownership from the plaintiff, Proview International Holdings Ltd, with $60 million as settlement fees. A Chinese court has given the order to Apple recently. The news was first broken out by Associated Press (AP) through its official Twitter account.

By On July 2, 2012 Respond
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Apple Published  iOS 6.0 Beta 2 OTA Update For Developers [Detail Changelog]

Apple Published iOS 6.0 Beta 2 OTA Update For Developers [Detail Changelog]

Yesterday Apple pushed iOS 6.0 Beta 2 OTA for developers via OTA(Over The Air) update. Reportedly its around 300MB update via OTA, so a lot of things seems changed or fixed. Here we have detail changelog.

By On June 27, 2012 Respond
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Kickstarter Project Tablift Shows The Best Docking Station For iPad

Kickstarter Project Tablift Shows The Best Docking Station For iPad

Using iPad at a stretch may create back pain or shoulder pain. Using iPad at a stretch could be discomforting. If you have an iPad, then you might have faced this. By using Tablift, you can now use iPad with comfort on bed, couch or wherever you like.

By On June 25, 2012 Respond
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Recharging The New iPad Costs $1.36 Per Year

Recharging The New iPad Costs $1.36 Per Year

Apple’s latest iPad like its predecessors promises to provide around ten hours of battery life. The high-resolution retina display and LTE connectivity of iPad needs much bigger battery which takes long time to charge. But the cost of keeping it running is a lot less. According to the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), the annual cost to charge an iPad is just $1.36.

By On June 23, 2012 1 Response
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Apple Started Discount Program For Employees, $500 Off On Macs, $250 Off On iPads

Apple Started Discount Program For Employees, $500 Off On Macs, $250 Off On iPads

A major Apple Employee discount program was announced by Tim Cook in last January, and was said to take effect in June (this year). According to 9to5Mac, Apple has kept its word and started the discount program on June 20. Under the Apple Employee discount program, now Apple employees can purchase a Mac computer with a $500 discount (excluding the Mac mini) and an iPad with a $250 discount.

By On June 22, 2012 2 Responses
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Use Your iPad Without Touching It, With Augmented Reality Gloves

Use Your iPad Without Touching It, With Augmented Reality Gloves

Augmented reality products are becoming increasingly popular. With better displays and more advanced hardware available, people wish to have an experience on their devices which can be as close to reality as possible. And that is precisely why augmented reality products are gaining traction. Here’s another one for you.

By On June 15, 2012 Respond
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Removing Special iPad App, Apple Snatching Disabled People’s Voice

Removing Special iPad App, Apple Snatching Disabled People’s Voice

It’s true but pathetic that sometimes industrial battle snatches someone’s happiness and smile. If that battle snatches the voice of children, then that’s more pitiful. I never thought in my life that I had to cover such a news for our readers as well as for the whole world. There are many disabled people who have difficulty in speaking. They use different types of app or synthesizer to speak clearly. Maya, a four year old girl in New York has been using an iPad app called Speak for Yourself (SfY) to communicate with the outside world. Due to industrial battle regarding ‘Patent’ issue, Apple has removed this app from its iTunes store. So children like Maya and other people who use SfY will be unable to speak, if they can’t update the app.

By On June 15, 2012 Respond
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