As iPad availability creeps closer and closer for consumers, speculation
over the purchase cost of iBooks via the iBookstore continues to be a
hot topic of debate amongst Apple enthusists and biblophiles alike.
The web is buzzing today with reports that multitasking will be coming
to the iPhone OS at least by version 4.0, and just maybe in 3.2. In
Another iPhone Blog shows a screen shot with an allusion to
In the wake of the tsunami of iPad related rumors and news both before and after it was unveiled in late January, new rumors about the next iPhone have been scarce by comparison. But that may be about to change, with various sources reporting that multitasking will finally come to the iPhone with the next major software update.
Since when did Gordon Freeman become a Mac head? Actually, he's
apparently just hiding Valve's really big secret. Tuaw,
are all investigating the purpose behind the Valve-plus-Apple teaser
images in their inboxes. Could it be that Valve is bringing the best of
PC gaming over to the Mac?
MacLife.com would like to take a moment to throw out our own list of possibilities as to what Apple might introduce this Wednesday -- aside from that rumored tablet. Some are more realistic than others, naturally, but that’s half the fun!
is reporting that McGraw-Hill, publishers of the Math and History
textbooks we lugged around as grade schoolers, has confirmed that
tomorrow's announcement is a tablet that'll do everything we've ever
dreamed of, including running an OS resembling that of the iPhone's.