Normally the guardians of the checkpoint in airports require that electronics be removed from their cases before crossing over into the terminal. However, the TSA is not requiring that iPads be taken out (no matter how proud you are of it).
Now that the iPad is available and has been summarily torn down (and even blended!), iSuppli has gone over the component costs and come up with an estimate as to how much the device costs Apple to build.
With the introduction of the iPad, Apple is faced with a dilemma -- their excellent iWork apps can’t print. There’s now speculation that may soon change, with iPhone OS 4.0 about to be previewed on Thursday.
When it comes to speculation on when Apple’s iPhone might land on Verizon Wireless, the general consensus seems to be when, not if. Adding fuel to that fire is a new report that the head of Verizon has officially expressed interest in adding the device to its lineup.