Apple continues to ramp up their new product launches, with each one becoming more ambitious than the previous one. On the heels of last Friday’s new iPad launch in the United States and nine other countries, 25 more spots on the world map are able to buy it today.
Apple announced that three million new iPads found a home over the launch weekend, so there’s no denying that it’s one of the company’s hottest products to date. But did you know that it might actually be literally hotter -- as in, 10 degrees warmer than the iPad 2?
The new iPad’s finally here, but for some reason you want a different tablet. Maybe you prefer the feeling of an inferior build quality in your hands, or love navigating a fragmented mobile OS and app ecosystem. We kid, we kid! As much as we love the iPad, we’re not here to judge you: Apple’s not the only company out there that offers a bit of the old tap-and-swipe, and if you feel the need to wander away from Cupertino, so be it. To help you on your way, we’ve put together a list of four iPad alternatives that’'' help you stay productive, play and stay in touch everywhere you go.
The new iPad is infinitely better than its predecessors for photography. Not only does its high resolution screen make viewing and editing photos a dream, but its new and improved 5-megapixel camera actually makes it worth taking pictures with (unlike the iPad 2). While it's unlikely that you'll be walking around and shooting photos with your iPad, here are 4 apps to make the photos you do take with your new device more fun.
While a number of apps have been updated this week to take advantage of the new iPad’s Retina Display, more are still pouring into the App Store even as the tablet finally lands in customers’ hands. To help find them, Apple has added a new section to the App Store, highlighting many of them.
Right on cue, Apple today released the new iPad, which again attracted throngs of buyers -- not to mention the media looking to document the experience -- in all 10 of the countries where it launched today.
There’s something in the air that we can’t quite put our finger on. Could it be the reports of new Apple TV buyers receiving their preorders a day early? Or the new iPad launch kicking off in other parts of the world where it’s already Friday? Perhaps the tingle we’re feeling at every truck that drives past our door, hoping maybe, by some miracle, the new iPad will arrive early as well? It’s probably all of the above, because it’s one of those kind of days… as in, Thursday, March 15, 2012.
As with every other Apple release held on a Friday, the new iPad reviews started pouring in on Wednesday night. So were the pros wowed by the Retina Display and the 4G LTE wireless? You betcha, and the battery life also takes quite a bow this time around as well.
As new iPad owners anxiously await the calendar turning over to Friday, March 16, this “hump day” is looking more agonizing than most. After all, who likes waiting, especially in this era of digital instant gratification? Unfortunately, we can’t help bend space and time or whisk you into the future, but we can try to distract you with some tech news to take your mind off that impatient waiting, courtesy of today’s recap for Wednesday, March 14, 2012.
You already knew that Apple was releasing the new iPad on Friday, March 16, but now the company has confirmed what time their retail stores will open on that fateful day in the U.S. and nine other countries around the world.