It used to be that you’d have to wait for a product to actually be available before someone could break it down and estimate what it cost to build. One such company looks into its crystal ball to get some cost estimates for the iPad.
The earlier release of the latest iPhone/iPad software development kit
has been updated to a Beta 2 release. As we get closer to the official
sell date on the iPad, we're getting hopeful and excited for what kind
of wonderful newness our iPhone's will be picking up.
Love it or hate it (or just want to continually gripe out its lack of Flash), you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone with a pulse who wouldn’t relish the opportunity to spend some quality time with Apple’s latest piece of technology. So why is Apple insisting that we wait 60-90 days?
One of the biggest disappointments following the iPad’s introduction on January 27th was the absence of some kind of camera, preferably a front-facing one which would have enabled video conferencing capabilities to the device. But if a recent Apple job posting is any indication, Cupertino may still have something on the boards for a future model.
With “big five” publisher Macmillan and e-tailer Amazon putting the wraps on their new deal over the weekend, the wheels are being set in motion for the $9.99 e-book to meet an untimely demise by the time the iPad arrives late next month.
Okay, so the world didn't
change. Steve Jobs came out, unveiled the iPad, it was pretty much most
of what we'd come to expect by this point with a surprise or two thrown
in. Seriously, Apple, AT&T again? That we didn't see coming.
you know what you should see coming? A week's worth of articles, sliced
and diced, chopped and grated, and summarized for your pleasure below. Who says the only thing going on is the freaking Super Bowl?