No doubt about it, being an iOS developer is sometimes tough. Take for instance the tale of two Sanford University grad students who created a popular, up-and-coming news reader which even caught the eye of Steve Jobs, only to have their app removed later that day.
Sure, the iPad can perform a lot of versatile and impressive tasks, but replacing a $300 drum machine? Believe it -- KORG's iElectribe app mimics the beloved 1999 Electribe-R, offering a stylish digital replication of the iconic machine with a solid touch interface.
Amongst all the hubbub of the new iPhone 4 and the iOS operating system, the internet overlooked another essential software update--Safari 5. Apple had recently released a press release regarding the launch of Safari 5, with extensions, but a quick visit to Apple's site turns up negative.
It's finally here: the moment you've been waiting for. Well, you're probably waiting to actually own the product and hold it in your own bare hands, but until then this should hopefully suffice. Scroll down and click on each photo to embiggen to revel in the glory that is the iPhone 4. It's sleek, it's sexy, and it's got a really nice display. There's also a few screenshots of iMovie and some of iPhone iOS 4's features.
NY Daily Times News Investigation turns up icky results from swab tests performed on Apple's popular iPad. The anxious mobs of people checking out the ipad at Apple stores are allegedly leaving something unpleasant behind.