iFixit at their very best. The company recently ripped apart the new Apple iPad which went on sale on March 16th. The teardown has revealed that the new retina display on the iPad is produced by Samsung and that getting inside the iPad is really tricky. The folks simply took each part of the gorgeous new device for us to see. Below are the key points noted. Read More
Alongside all of the other features, we have just found out that the new iPad contains a 5 megapixel much improved camera – and a new iSight camera. It is said that the new iPad that was released today in San Francisco supports the same camera as the iPhone 4S. As far as video goes – we have 1080p full HD streaming. So you will be able to shoot amazing quality video on your iPad and get it edited on the go, all in professional quality. Read More
If the latest rumors prove to be true, Apple could unveil the world’s most awesome tablet, the iPad 3 featuring a revolutionary and groundbreaking technology that will enable the screen to emulate a texture that can be felt by the user.
As the rumors have been stacking up for the potential iPad 3 that will be released today, the rumors have seem to have calmed down for the Apple TV. However some final last ones have come into the pipeline, with some background information about the stock levels of the current Apple TV second generation. It appears that 98% of Apple TV’s throughout the U.S Apple Retail Store ecosystem have been showing on the website and in-store as ‘Out of Stock’. Read More
The 3G version of the iPad has proved a very popular option for many iPad buyers as it provided an abundant amount of internet access when on the go, which is why many people buy iPads, for on the go. The question that now arises is will Apple step up the game and introduce a 4G LTE version of the next iPad? Many rumors and speculations say that this will be the case on Wednesday. It does appear odd that Apple would strike to introduce LTE cellular data networking when they heaven’t introduced it on their iPhones yet. Read More
As some of the last iPad 3 speculations flood into the world of rumors, there was one that caught our eye here at TheAppleGoogle. Rumors say that next week’s Wednesday event we will see Apple announce a 16GB and 32GB iPad 3’s and a cheaper iPad 2 8GB for those who are on a smaller budget. We think that this is a very strong point and that introducing a cheaper version would be far better with most of the data now being hosted on iCloud. Read More
As we posted a few days back, the iPad 3 is going to be announced on March 7, but we didn’t know anything about the pricing and date of availability, until now. 9to5Mac has cleared rumors that said that the iPad 3 will be more expensive than the iPad 2 by reporting that one of their sources told them that the pricing structure for the new iPad will be identical to the current one, which ranges from just $499 for the 16GB WiFi model to a hefty, wallet hurting amount of $829 for the 64GB 3G+WiFi model. This news is relieving, now that we know that the iPad 3 will cost the same, but it shouldn’t come as a surprise for most of us, since Apple always seems to either keep the price consistent, or in the case of the iPod touch, decrease it by a bit.
Apple loves to give hints by virtue of their invitations which are very carefully crafted and where every thing that has a place on the invitation means something important. We all know how Apple is a lot detail and design oriented, so they usually do their best to tease us with their remarkable invitations. For the upcoming March 7th event, it is clear that the event is going to be about iPad 3, but here are some more clues that we found in the picture. Read More
Apple has began sending out invites for its March 7th event being held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco on Wednesday at 10 a.m. PST. Looking at the picture, it is clear that the company will announce iPad 3 at the event and also the Apple TV on March 7th. Read More