Apple could really be on a roll if the newest rumor holds true. First we get our iPad, then receive news today that we'll find out about the next iPhone OS. Now word is out that the MacBook lineup may see new models get released as well.
The big weekend has come and gone: Apple’s new iPad is officially here, and the early reports from buyers and the press alike seems to be universally positive. That is, unless you’re one of the unlucky ones who decide to opt for the 3G-equipped model -- your wait has only just begun.
E-reading is one of the cornerstones of the iPad,
handles that pressure with style. This beautifully designed app is a
to use on almost every level, and it quickly earned a starring role in
Now that we've all sort of calmed down after this weekend's epic iPad
launch, it's time for another informational Apple town hall meeting.
We'll be live blogging the whole shebang to bring you a minute-by-minute
account of every little juicy tidbit about the iPhone update. Stay
tuned to Maclife.com for more details, and we'll see you here Thursday
morning (or afternoon, for you east coast folks).
You got the iPad home, you've watched the swanky iPad Guided Tour videos on Apple.com. Now it's time to go beyond upsizing all your iPhone apps and get to the nitty-gritty of iPad awesomeness. Check out our list of tips and tricks that'll have you wowing your friends and working more efficiently with your new device.
Although Apple is pushing EPUB as the de facto standard for their new iBooks app, there will be plenty of times when you need to open and read a PDF file that’s not attached to an e-mail. ReaddleDocs is one of the classic iPhone apps which does that -- and a whole lot more -- and it’s now available for the iPad.
No more speculation: Apple has just announced that the iPad sold over 300,000 units on its first day, encompassing preorders shipped to customers as well as sales at both Apple Store and Best Buy locations.
Now that the iPad is actually in the hands of folks who can tear it down and run it through its paces, it appears the device is actually twice as fast as the already speedy iPhone 3GS -- despite having similar specs.