Steve Jobs unveiled the second generation iPad in an event today at San Francisco. The iPad 2 is remarkably thin, fast, sports an all new design, and includes two cameras.
The iPad 2 will be available in white and black, and this time white iPads will be available from the very first day, unlike the iPhone 4. 3G versions of the device will now be offered by Verizon and AT&T.
We are just minutes away from Apple iPad 2 Event, and the online Apple Store is already down. Today, Apple will reportedly release the next generation iPad which will feature two cameras, FaceTime, better display, A5 and many more cool things.
According to reports, Apple has stopped the production and shipment of the first generation iPad, and retailers are trying to sell them as fast as they can.
While the iPad is still not available in many countries and some countries have just got their hands on the device, reports suggest that global retailers also cannot get the device.
Apple’s design guru, Jony Ive is reportedly going to make a whooping $30 million, and wants to move to England. According to a friend of Jony who spoke with the Sunday Times, he and his wife want to move back to their home country of England to raise their children.
Well, Apple is not perfect. Consumer Reports is reporting that even the new Verizon iPhone 4 has got the Antennagate issue first experienced on the AT&T iPhone. Just like the AT&T iPhone, when you now grip your phone in a way such that your hand covers the area between the two pieces of metal, the call drops.
The folks at iFixit have got their hands on the new MacBook pro 15 inch and have given the product a repairability score of 7 out of 10. After thoroughly breaking down the device, the team came to the conclusion that Apple has made some good design choices that make the new models more easy to repair.
A few days ago, Google’s Matt Cutts wrote a blog post about the current situation of spam in google searches results and noted that Google is doing sufficient amount of work to fight spam on a day to day basis. He even mentioned that the next target of the search engine would be to push down sites which are often regarded as content farms, and also those who use black hat SEO techniques.