Apple is on a winning streak by selling a million iPads a month. Last month, Apple reported that it had sold it’s one millionth iPad in just 24 days. That was enormous. Today, Apple has sold its 2 Millionth iPad. On May 28, iPad was launched internationally and thousands and thousands of people felt the magic in their hands.
Worldwide Developers Conference is kicking off next month on June 7th at Moscone Center, San Francisco. It is Apple’s major annual event where Apple releases magical products and interacts with developers. Last year, Apple introduced the revolutionary iPhone 3GS which changed mobile devices profoundly. Though the cover has already blown off from the magical iPhone 4G and possibly the iPod touch 4G, Steve Jobs responded to an email sent by a fan-boy saying “You won’t be disappointed”. That portends auspicious news for all Apple fans.
A few months ago, TheAppleGoogle conducted a poll asking users to vote for their most favorite gadget. The nominations included the best gadgets in vogue. These included iPhone 4G, iPad, Nexus One, Android Smartphones, Project Natal, Asus EEE Keyboard, Ford Sync, Chrome OS Netbooks, Canova Dual Screen Notebook, Lenovo Skylight and Sony Xperia X10, thus making the competition pretty hard.
Social Media is on an incremental rise and for some, privacy doesn’t even matter. Staying close with family and friends makes them feel better and every morning people wake up with an urge to check their Facebook or Twitter accounts.
Both Facebook and Twitter have an iPhone as well as Android App of their own. But sadly, you need to keep on switching between the two and without multitasking – it’s a pain.
Google Buzz is sure to go down in the history of social media. When Buzz was launched, Google made it available on the iPhone and Android. Today, Google announced that Buzz will not only be limited to these mobile platforms but instead become available on all major mobile devices and platforms including Windows Mobile, Blackberry and Nokia S60.
Google Moderator is a great place where you ask your audience questions and stay creative. YouTube has added Google Moderator into its Channels. Starting from today, YouTube channel users could let people ask him/her questions about his/her channel or any question related to his niche. Other users would have the option of rating up or down the question. Channel Authors could then answer those questions by logging into their account.
Grand Theft Auto got ported to the iPhone and iPod touch only a few months back. Chinatown Wars, a GTA series was developed specifically for small screen devices and GTA made its entry to the App store with it. The App is a blast and playing it is super fun. The heavy $10 price tag that the App carries around it is like an Albatross.
Mozilla has announced that they have been working on an application for the iPhone known as Firefox Home. Firefox Home is based on Mozilla’s Sync (earlier known as Weave) technology and it gives users instant access to their bookmarks, browsing history, opened tabs and recent tabs from their last Firefox browsing session.
Today, Apple updated its iBooks Application which runs on the iPad.
iBooks is now on version 1.0.1 and fixes a few issues. iBooks has been a success for Apple and the iPad, a major milestone.