Gosh! After a long wait, iOS 4.2 for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch is finally here. The new firmware upgrade brings all the iOS 4 goodness to the iPad including multitasking, folders, game center, airprint, airplay, unified inbox and loads more.
When Steve Jobs was announcing the new iPod nano with multi-touch, he said that one of the board members within Apple was planning to use the device as a wrist watch. While Apple does not supply a case that would turn the iPod nano into a wrist watch, the case manufacturers certainly knew that this was the market they should be targeting.
Your eBay mobile shopping experience just got easier and better. eBay have issued out an update to their iPhone App that brings it to version 2.0 and sports a new design, better search features, and a better experience while saving and sharing searches.
As part of the iPhone’s reach into every and any part of our daily lives previously unexplored by phones, TV guide apps are well represented. With a snappy interface, hooks into Facebook and Twitter and the killer feature of Sky’s Remote Record, a TV guide could just be the most useful application on your iPhone.
In an attempt to educate the masses about the web, the Chrome team have released a new book titled “20 things”. Coming from the Chrome team, the new book is online based, completely done in HTML5, and looks really interactive.
Leading digital design and technology publisher, Peachpit Press have added their popular titles to the iBooks Store. Apart from its own titles, Peachpit Press would be adding more books from Adobe Press, Apple Pro Training, Apple Training and New Riders to the store.