Apple has finally killed off its ageing iPad 2 tablet, replacing it with a 16GB version of the fourth-generation iPad for the same price.
An iron partnership forged in the fires of the Electronic Arts furnace, Melbourne can now claim to be home to a mobile development studio second to none.
It's still 2012 and the 'new iPad' is yet to arrive at retail, but that doesn't stop us from issuing a list of Top 10 feature demands for the next 'new iPad', due to arrive in around twelve months from right about now.
The first and second-generation iPads were officially known simply as iPad while they were current, so it should be no real surprise that the new model introduced overnight with a 2048x1536 resolution screen is still called iPad and not iPad HD. But predictions of 4G support proved correct.
According to multiple sources, the next iPad will NOT be called the iPad 3.
A new case for the iPad features a camcorder-style hand strap.
Are you annoyed that your iPad seems to charge really slowly - or that your Windows PC refuses to charge your iPad, instead giving you a 'not charging' message? Here's what you absolutely must know!
The wait for an untethered jailbreak for the iPhone 4S and iPad 2 running iOS 5.0.1 is finally over, with French hacker Pod2G and the Dev Team hackers releasing a jailbreak tool called 'Absinthe', which is indeed a form of 'greenpois0n'.
Web articles from dubious sounding sources may well be promising that full jailbreaks and unlocks for the iPhone 4S and iPad 2 are available, but they're still scams, with French hacker 'pod2g' showing photos of jailbroken 2 and 4S devices and promising public availability is still 'coming soon'.
Warning: all those sites promising a jailbreak for the iPhone 4S and iPad 2 are lying to you, as it's not possible yet, but if hacker 'pod2g' is successful, a jailbreak for devices running the A5 processor (which is the iPhone 4S and iPad 2) might be coming in the next week or two.
With the launch of the 2012 iPhone 5 still at least six to nine months away, all of the attention is on the unjailbreakable iPhone 4S and iPad 2, but as of very late 2011, the iPhone 4, iPad and iPod Touch with A4 processors can finally be jailbroken.
Sales of tablets have been booming for a long time, but according to a new report just out, sales in the Australian and New Zealand market have cooled, rising just 3.1 percent (quarter on quarter) in the third quarter this year, with 434,000 units shipped. Apple, however, continues its rise with the iPad 2, while Android sales are subdued.
Availability of the iPad 2 is widening with the market-leading tablet making its debut at Optus.
PADACS has updated its Ziva case to operate the iPad 2's sleep mode.
Worldwide shipments of eReaders will nearly triple from the 25 million expected to reach the market this year to 67 million eReaders by 2016.
iOS 5.0 received a generally good reception from iPhone owners. Two particular issues were reduced battery life, and the absence of Siri for the iPhone 4. Apple's done something about one, but not the other.
Telstra is to offer the iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G versions from 15 November. on two-year post paid plans or on a range of prepaid data plans.
Samsung is making an all out effort to overturn an Apple injunction against sales of iPad 2 look-alike the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia by appealing to the full bench of the Federal Court. The outcome of the appeal could have global ramifications for both companies and the tablet market as a whole.
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