Apple Cancels iPad 3 Orders For 2011 Due To Retina Display Issues

Apple Cancels iPad 3 Orders For 2011 Due To Retina Display Issues

According to sources within Apple’s supply chain partners, Apple has canceled its supply schedule for the iPad 3 in the second half of 2011 because of production constraints for higher-resolution display panels and the iPad 3 is expected to follow in the footsteps of the iPhone 4 and sport a stunning Retina display. Apple iPad 3 will be mass-produced as per original schedule and it requires a bigger backlight, however a singer edge light bar doesn’t comes up to satisfactory levels and this could also delay the launch of Apple’s next iOS tablet……………

By On August 16, 2011 Respond
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Apple A6 Processor Goes Into Production With TSMC For Future iOS Devices

Apple A6 Processor Goes Into Production With TSMC For Future iOS Devices

Apple’s next-generation A6 processor, expected to arrive in future versions of the iPad and iPhone, is said to have gone into trial production ahead of a launch expected in the first half of 2012 and TSMC again tipped to be in trial production of the new ARM-based silicon. TSMC was said to be testing its 28nm processes on the A6 with Apple basing its eventual order decisions on what yield the manufacturer could achieve and TSMC has declined to comment on the Apple speculation, though has said that it expects its order book to look healthier in Q4 as customer inventory dwindles. And people who are hoping for a surprise iPad 3 coming in the next few months, you will probably be waiting a little longer…………..

By On August 13, 2011 Respond
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22 More Fraud Apple Stores Are Identified In Kunming City Of China

22 More Fraud Apple Stores Are Identified In Kunming City Of China

22 more false Apple stores are discovered in the southern City of Kunming in China, just after an American blogger found three fake Apple stores a month ago. According to Reuters, the shops were selling Apple products without any sort of authorization from Apple. They are ordered to remove Apple’s logo & also to stop […]

By On August 12, 2011 Respond
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New Apple Patent Shows Schematic Maps

New Apple Patent Shows Schematic Maps

Apple has shown interest in creating a new Maps application for the iPhone and other iOS devices that would exaggerate some details, like roads or landmarks to make navigation easier to follow and a patent shows that Apple’s maps will simplify things to the user by providing the most relevant information in the given situation. Coincidentally this seems to go with Apple’s overall design philosophy and the patent is called Schematic Maps, which first determines the amount of screen real estate that is available to the user………….

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Vudu Starts Movie Streaming Service To iPad

Vudu Starts Movie Streaming Service To iPad

Vudu has started streaming movies to PCs over the web, it’s moving to the iPad as well but what is surprising is the decision to stream over the web and forego a dedicated app. This approach lets the Wal-mart-owned video delivery company avoid the restrictions of Apple’s app store and any additional fees. Vudu is eschewing a dedicated app for an in-browser experience, though you can add a button to the home screen of the Apple tablet to launch the site and from there you can stream over 20,000 different movies or TV episodes……………

By On August 11, 2011 Respond
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Apple Reuse And Recycling Program

Apple Reuse And Recycling Program

Apple puts PCs on free recycling party list, opens doors to iPads, iPhones and when you recycle with Apple, your used equipment is disassembled, and key components that can be reused are removed. Glass and metal can be reprocessed for use in new products and a majority of the plastics can be pelletized into a raw secondary material. With materials reprocessing and component reuse, Apple often achieves a 90 percent recovery rate by weight of the original product and the company still recycles old iPods and mobile phones (regardless of manufacturer) for free………..

By On August 11, 2011 Respond
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Verizon Preventing Jailbreakers From Unauthorized Tethering

Verizon Preventing Jailbreakers From Unauthorized Tethering

Verizon put its foot down on subscribers using unauthorized tethering apps and now blocking hotspot apps used on jailbroken devices. Verizon began blocking unauthorized hotspot access through jailbroken smartphone apps as early as last Friday and the current limitation only seemingly affects the hotspot aspect, the ability to allow up to five additional devices to connect to Verizon’s network via a smartphone. AT&T and Verizon have both justified their moves by noting that they don’t prevent customers from tethering and Verizon has come under particular scrutiny thanks to a clause in the agreement the company signed when it licensed the 700 MHz C Block it uses to run its LTE network………………

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Cablevision And Viacom Resolved Issue For Live TV On iPad

Cablevision And Viacom Resolved Issue For Live TV On iPad

Viacom sued Cablevision after the Optimum for iPad app launched and allowed cable customers to stream the entire channel lineup on their tablets. Finnaly this issue has been resolved. According to engadget Viacom’s case against Time Warner’s similar offering is on hold while they also try to work out a deal, but Cablevision’s stance from the start is that its approach fell within the existing agreements and they appear to have gotten their way. Checkout the press release bellow for more details bellow.

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Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader

Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader

Amazon releases web-based Kindle Cloud Reader app, which is optimized for iPads and compatible with both Chrome and Safari, the new app is essentially a browser version of the Kindle eBook reader, providing PC, Mac and Chromebook users with access to their digitized libraries. The tool also offers local storage, allowing for offline reading, though Amazon’s device limit still applies and this cloud reader is unveils with relatively little fanfare or explanation, but its site highlights the service’s main attractions, including its iPad optimization. The cloud application is based on HTML5 and optimizes the reading device or computer being used, even though the book can be read instantly, it is still stored locally for offline reading……………

By On August 10, 2011 Respond
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Cablevision Optimum App For iPhone And iPod touch

Cablevision Optimum App For iPhone And iPod touch

Cablevision has rolled out an updated version of their Optimum app for iOS and the pdate includes the iPad version as well as the iPhone and iPod touch version. The apps both climb to version 2.0 and perhaps a bit more important, they both include worthwhile improvements and cablevision customers can now experience hundreds of channels of live television, thousands of titles of video on demand and other features on all three devices……………

By On August 9, 2011 Respond
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Google+ iOS App Now Available For iPad And iPod Touch

Google+ iOS App Now Available For iPad And iPod Touch

Google has updated its Google+ app for iOS to support the iPad and iPod touch. Although the Google+ interface looks nice, but no iPad interface so pixellated when run in 2x mode on the iPad. It’s usable but noticable worse looking than the same app running on the iPhone.

By On August 9, 2011 Respond
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Apple Interested More In Lightweight Notebooks

Apple Interested More In Lightweight Notebooks

Shipments of Apple’s just released third-generation MacBook Air from the supply chain already reached 400,000-500,000 units in June and the volume is expected to remain strong throughout July and August and with this report, may be Apple interested more in lightweight notebooks. Apple’s latest MacBook Air is set to be yet another huge success for the company and pple announced shipments of its Macs during the third quarter reached 3.95 million units, a 14% increase over last year’s numbers. Apple’s orders so far hint that total MacBook Air sales for 2011 could hit 14 million units and Apple has a vise-grip on ultraportables like it has on tablets………….

By On August 8, 2011 Respond
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Apple Releases iOS 5 Beta 5 With New Features

Apple Releases iOS 5 Beta 5 With New Features

Apple has just released the iOS 5 beta 5 firmware for developers and it is now available to download for iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad and also this update brings the obvious bug fixes and stability improvements. Just like the iOS 5 beta 4 firmware update you can update to the iOS 5 beta 5 firmware Over-The-Air and if you do decide to update to the iOS 5 beta 5 firmware over-the-air. Apple has also improved the Camera app, Photo app,mobile Safari browser, Mail and Calendar app in iOS 5 and Apple is recommending developers to first erase all content and settings on the iOS device……………..

By On August 7, 2011 Respond
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iPhone 8 Could Be Next Gaming Console?

iPhone 8 Could Be Next Gaming Console?

Epic Games president suggests Apple, the accidental gaming giant is obsoleting next-gen console and he hinks that rather than next generation consoles from Nintendo, Microsoft, and Sony, people should be keeping their eyes peeled on iPhone 8 gaming in 2015. So we can now say that smartphones in 2015 to be as powerfull as Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3………………..

By On August 6, 2011 Respond
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DollyCam App Lets You Automagic Video Stabilization For iPhone 4 And iPad 2

DollyCam App Lets You Automagic Video Stabilization For iPhone 4 And iPad 2

Scientists at Linkoping University in Sweden has just introduced DollyCam an app for iPhone 4 and iPad 2. With DollyCam you can record videos and then stabilize them to remove camera shake. DollyCam also corrects wobble caused by the camera’s rolling shutter. The resulting videos are much smoother than the original recordings and are more pleasant to watch. The app does crop your footage slightly, as can be expected. You’ll also need to remain in the app as it’s processing, though you can also stabilize videos later, after completing your shoot. Anyways you might be happy with this app, especially considering the $2.99 price tag. Checkout the press release bellow for more details.

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