Everyone’s favorite Taiwanese tech website is back with a pair of rumors claiming that favored Apple manufacturer Foxconn is getting hit with a double whammy of both component and labor shortages which are creating headaches for supplying iPhones and iPads alike.
As if the iPad 2 needs any more of a boost in sales since many people still can’t get their hands on one, Apple has released a new television spot, “If You Asked,” highlighting all of the wonderful ways people might describe their favorite tablet.
On Wednesday, Apple announced their financial results for the quarter ending March 26 (technically their fiscal second quarter). There was little bad news to go around, especially with the company’s largest non-holiday quarterly revenue (and earnings) to date.
Real Racing HD was the first real wow-inducing game at the original iPad launch, so it's fitting that the sequel serves the exact same purpose for the iPad 2. Though you can certainly play this grand simulation on the first iPad, owners of Apple's new tablet will see an extra sparkle to the robust visual upgrade, with sharp details popping out from the more vibrant backdrops and licensed cars, which uniformly replace the mostly generic lineup of the first game.
You may work hard to get your hands on an iPad 2, but you have, you’re only 99 cents away from discovering 100 tips and tricks about your new friend, courtesy of your friends at Mac|Life, Tap! and TechRadar.com.
Still looking desperately for an iPad 2? Assuming you’re content with a Wi-Fi only model in a small or mid-sized capacity, you might want to saunter over to your local Toys “R” Us store, where you may finally be able to get your hands on one.
Despite rumors having run rampant last week that Best Buy could possibly have been in the doghouse in regard to their iPad 2 sales strategy, the major retailer confirmed in a statement that such was not the case. What is instead transpiring is that Best Buy is actually fulfilling customer reservations first.
The iPad 2 comes in an astounding 18 different configurations. But choosing the right model isn’t quite as hard as it sounds. Black vs. white? That comes down to aesthetics. Picking a 3G provider depends mostly on which one has the best service near you -- or if you need 3G connectivity at all. So the real question is, how do you choose the right capacity?