It seems that nearly everyone in the corporate world is convinced the iPad will change the world, with the latest being one of the major television networks, who appear to be readying iPad-friendly versions of their videos.
It may be called “iPhone OS,” but that doesn’t mean that Apple plans to stop with the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad -- a new report suggests more devices with the questionably named operating system may be yet to come.
After being widely reported in recent weeks that Apple has been pushing television networks for 99 cent TV shows, one of the “big four” networks appears ready to reduce prices -- at least for some shows.
With all the talk recently about an Apple tablet and speculation about what the next iPhone will bring, the device that helped get the company where it is today seems largely ignored. Thankfully, new patents revealed from Apple may provide clues as to where the iPod is going.
The announcement that FLO TV is coming to your iPhone by way of a chunky dock-connected attachment may be yesterday’s news (last November to be exact), but word out of CES 2010 is that the company has teamed with Juice Pack maker Mophie to streamline the whole shebang.