iPad 3 Is Already Shipping to the US As Apple Media Event Nears

ipad 2 and ipad 3It appears that Apple’s next media event is not so far away as a reporter has come across a delivery document for some iPad 3 documents. The shipping documents that are situated below state that there could be two new Apple products coming our way in a couple of weeks. Perhaps we are going to see the new Apple TV ‘3’ and an iPad 3. Some explanation for these delivery notes is that its said to be going from Foxconn to the United States. Read More

Apple Acquires Chomp

chompApple has acquired Chomp, a mobile App searching company that helped solved the problem of App discovery. With over 500,000 Apps already in the App Store and Apple about to hit 25 Billion App downloads, discovering new Apps is a pain. Apple acquisition of Chomp will help the company build better searching tools in iTunes. Chomp’s all of 20 members will now work at Apple to help improve the entire ecosystem. Read More

Free Version of Popular Repeat Timer Pro App Released

Repeat Timer LogoRepeat Timer Pro is an exceptionally well designed application that is extremely popular on the App Store. A reason for the same is that it is quite different to alternatives in the market, including that of Apple’s in house ‘Clock’ App. Today, the developer has released a free version. The proposed purpose for this could be for people who don’t want to pay for the Pro version, however another reason could be for people to try out the application before they make a purchase of the Pro version. A good idea and will potentially move the sales margin for this particular App, they will also potentially sell more of the Pro version of the App. Read More

Google To Launch Display Glasses By The End Of The Year

Google has plans to release display glasses which will combine some of the most advanced technology by the end of 2012. The company is set to debut reality glasses which will sport a small screen with a camera that will monitor the world in a real time situation. The idea is to overlay snippets of information about the places that are being looked at through the glasses. There has been traces of this already with the Google platform, using their tablet version of Android. Perhaps this could imply that they are going to use a version of Android to power these glasses. Read More

‘Things’ Receives A Much Needed Update

Things Cloud Beta

‘Things’ is one of the most popular to-do Apps on the iPhone, iPad and Mac and the developers of ‘Things’, Cultured Code, have been doing a large amount of research and development preparation for their new addition to the service. Things Cloud. This software has been in private beta testing for nearly a year now and has now been made available for public beta test. Some say that this will potentially iron out more issues that users could be experiencing with this product as there are a lot of ‘power’ users out there that may not have known about the private beta or just didn’t get invited to participate in it. Read More

iPad 3 Will Sport A5X, Not A6

a5xThe next generation processor that will be powering the iPad 3 is not going to be dubbed as “A6” but instead “A5X” suggesting a minor upgrade to the current “A5” processor line which powers iPhone 4S and iPad 2. According to a leaked image on a Chinese website called “WePhone”, the logic board of the iPad 3 has been captured and it clearly sports an A5X chip along with 16GB flash memory chips. Read More

Review – Haypi Dragon

haypi dragon Haypi Dragon is a cool App which I think has got a lot of potential. It has some amazing graphics and a fantastic storyline. Firstly, you can only play this game with an active Internet connection. There is this place known as Haypi where there are dragons. When you first start the game, you have to sign up for an account which I personally hate. You then need to choose a place for example forests, palaces and more. The game then begins. You have to kill a dragon which is shooting fireballs at you. All you have to do is just save yourself from the other dragon and kill it before it kills you. Read More

Apple Approaches 25 Billion App Store Downloads

App Store 25 billion downloadsOnce again Apple is approaching another big milestone for the amount of downloads they have had on the App Store. “The App Store is about to hit 25 billion downloads” is what is being shown on Apple’s page at present along with a live feed which records each download that is being made from the App Store. This feed will be present on the Apple website until the 25th billion App has been downloaded, the person who does so will receive a prize of $10,000 to spend within the App Store (or iTunes + iBook Store) via a gift card.

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