Many use Hotpot to find and rate places nearby them. Google is today adding a new feature to Hotpot that allows you to share your rating about a place with your friends on Twitter.
Twitter has just released an update for its iOS application that features a redesigned look, better support for hashtags and @username, improved DM conversations, and other cool new features.
The accessories that Apple has to offer for iPad 2 are extremely useful and exciting. The dock that is used to hold your iPad in an upright position using the 30-pin connector has been updated, and this new one looks a whole lot cooler. It is now sleeker and gives you the perfect angle to type.
Simply adjust your iPad, and it will stay in an upright position. You can also get access to an audio line out to listen to music while your iPad is in the dock, or sync the iPad using the 30-pin connector on the rear end. iPad 2 Dock also supports other iPad accessories, such as the Apple Digital AV Adapter and the iPad Camera Connection Kit.
You can get the new dock for $29.00.
After looking at all those brilliant features, design, and Apps for iPad 2, you must really be wanting to get your hands on the device. So, when can you get an iPad 2? If you are in the US, you can get iPad 2 on March 11th at 5pm. Apple will also be shipping the iPad 2 on March 11 to 26 different countries, and users in other countries will need to wait a little longer. For those who still would love to own the first iPad, they can it from Apple’s website starting at $399, $100 off.
iPad 2 is here, and it is pretty cool. Full of amazing features, and an all new design, the iPad 2 will surely blow your mind. Along with the iPad 2, Apple also introduced two new Apps that would set the bars for future iPad App developments.
iMovie and GarageBand were introduced today designed for the iPad 2. iMovie for iPad features a precision editor, multitrack audio recording, new themes, AirPlay to Apple TV, and the ability to share your videos in HD. You get most of the feature of iMovie that runs on your Mac, but in a much more intuitive and friendly user interface.
Apple today unveiled the iPad 2 in an event in San Francisco. Coming to the accessories for the new device, Apple CEO, Steve Jobs introduced a magical new cover – not case, for this revolutionary device.
The new covers are called Smart Covers and will be available specifically for the iPad 2. As the iPad 2 is so thin, Apple designed these smart covers that won’t add any bulk to the device. The cover uses magnets, so when you open the cover, your iPad will turn on. When you close it, your iPad will sleep too. Revolutionary, isn’t it? These covers are so amazing that they even clean your iPad screen. “They grasp it, and auto-align it. I’ll show you a little video. It’s so cool. You can remove it in a second. It adds minimal weight and thickness. It’s got a microfiber cloth that cleans the screen,”, said Steve.
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.