A leak in Apple's supply chain has revealed that the company may be preparing to ship as many as 3 million iPhone 4 devices per month. According to Robert Lai, Asia Optical's chairman, the company is supplying Apple will 3 million front-facing VGA cameras per month. He also states that Apple has booked enough cameras to supply about 9 million iPhone 4's per quarter.
No it's not a frankenmoster, but the walking iPad and iPhone in this video does look like something straight out of a mad scientist's laboratory. We don't have much information about this invention, but the iPad and iPhone appears to be strapped to a mechanical device that controls the walking. Even so, this is the coolest thing we've seen in a while.
Who says you can't recycle old technology by melding it with new technology? One person has modded an old iBook G3 clamshell with an iPad and Apple USB keyboard to make a world's first "iBookPad," and it doesn't look half bad either.
It wasn't too long ago that everyone was trying to figure out exactly what the iPad was. Was it a media device, a large iPod touch, or a netbook replacement? Well, according to one analyst, the latter is the correct answer.
On the heels of yesterday's somewhat awkward Safari 5 release, there are now speculations that iTunes is the next piece of Apple software in line for an update. Developers say that Apple is very close to releasing iTunes 9.2 and that there is apparently a "Golden Master" copy existing somewhere that proves the software update is near close to being completed.
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.