iMovie for iOS has been around since the release of the iPhone 4, but when Apple announced it would be coming to the iPad, tablet users everywhere began drooling. With yesterday's iMovie update, Apple stepped up their game with more flexible iOS video editing, and a better user interface.
Interestingly enough, some folks with a sharp eye at 9to5 Mac found a way to sneak iMovie (which is supposedly only for the iPad 2, iPhone 4, and iPod touch 4th generation) on to the original iPad. Not only does this work, but it's literally like a mobile movie making studio, giving first-generation iPad adopters a way to edit their videos on the go without having to upgrade.
While most eyes are on the iPad 2 at the moment one analyst at least reckons that Android tablets are set to take the market lead.
And in the OMG PANIC department, news came out that over-reliance on sat navs could cause death. Hopefully some of us will be left alive, though, as the UK government is pressing on with a £50m broadband plan to bring high-speed internet to rural areas.
So if you live in the country, get rid of your sat nav or your dreams of finally getting to watch cats playing the piano on YouTube without the constant buffering may never be realised.
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If you planned to skip the lines on Friday and wake up to order your iPad 2 from Apple’s online store, you might have a bit of a shock. The good news is, you can order it right now; the bad news is, shipping times are current five to seven days.
The iPad 2 hits today and with this, Epic Games’ ChAIR Entertainment has announced that its Infinity Blade adventure game has been updated today with new optimizations specifically for iPad 2. The changes, which are part of a 500+ megabyte update available via the iTunes App Store, take advantage of the improved processing power of iPad 2, allowing the title to look and play better than ever.
In celebration of the release of the iPad 2, SugarSync is giving away three 30GB accounts of their cloud service for one year.
The SugarSync service gives you access to your cloud-stored data on your Mac, iPhone, and iPad. Got a huge photo library you want to share with all your friends but you're Prince discography is taking up all the space on your new iPad 2? You could toss them onto SugarSync and access them anywhere you have access to the Internet.
With the iPad 2 hitting the shelves tomorrow, it stands to reason that you're going to need games for it.
True to form, Electronic Arts has announced a weekend-long sale up to 70% off of every EA game optimized for iPad, including Dead Space, Madden NFL 11, Mirror’s Edge, FIFA 11, Rock Band Reloaded, Need for Speed Hot Pursuit, Tetris, Risk, Monopoly, Scrabble, and Pictureka!.
Last week's iPad 2 announcement sent some first generation iPad owners into shock. Some may have started an emergency savings fund, while others may have instantly sold their device on a website like Gazelle. Regardless of your upgrade plans, this article will help you make the move from your original iPad to the iPad 2. It's a pretty easy move, so fasten your 30-pin dock connector, and click through our gallerific gallery below to find out just how it's done.
Tomorrow is the debut of the brand spankin' new iPad 2. But, if you were an early adopter, you might be thinking you want to get rid of your old tablet device for the newer, more spiffier one. Well, here's how to prepare to sell your old iPad to help pay for the new one.
So you plan on waiting in line for an iPad 2, but you don't know what to pack, what to do to keep yourself entertained, or how to ensure that you stay warm? Oh, well that's why we wrote you this handy guide, of course. Here are a few tips for staying warm, staying entertained, and making the most out of your iPad-line-waiting experience.
They may be waiting until the last minute, but AT&T finally announced on Thursday that their “retail and business channels” will also be carrying the iPad 2 at 5pm local time on Friday, March 11. Meanwhile, Apple.com will start accepting preorders in the wee hours of Friday morning.