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by on March 29th, 2010

Britannica app for iPhone and iPod touch comes With 35,000 articles on everything from history to britannica-appgeography to general knowledge and who knows what, all packed up in really nice interface and handy features not to forget rich graphics, maps and videos sprinkled, the world’s oldest English language encyclopedia is now available on iPhone and iPod touch.

by on March 29th, 2010

After so many leaked screenshots of some of the very first apps listed on yet-to-be-launched iPad App Store, MacStories has finally compiled all of it on a video to give you a feel of what the App Store will look like. Nothing different though but still a treat for the fan boys 😀 One thing is noticeable here that you won’t see $0.99 anymore. Either they’re free or they’re relatively expensive.

by on March 28th, 2010

Not just the Yahoo! and brushes app for iPad but MacStories was able to get hold of Omnigrafle screenshots which is going to be the most expensive productivity app when the iPad App Store launches. The Yahoo! app actually gives us a clue that iPad is not just enlarged iPod touch.

by on March 28th, 2010

Before we know it, they were all sold out. Probably this is the reason why Apple has pulled the plug off Apple Store? Philip Elmer-DeWitt has reported that till Friday night when the Apple Store was still UP, if you wanted to pre-order iPad, you were shown 12th April as the delivery date instead of 3rd April. Those who have pre-ordered before will get their iPad by 3rd April though.

by on March 28th, 2010

Apple store is down. Throw in your rumors as to what made them take off the store at a weekend night!? iPad section being updated? OR maybe iPhone 4G is going to pop up from somewhere beneath the earth right into the Apple Store? Who knows!

This is what greets you at the Apple Store’s main page:


It seems like Apple has run out of iPad and that’s the reason why delivery date for new pre-order has been extended to 12th April from 3rd April

[via Engadget]

by on March 25th, 2010


Well, it seems like so. Steve Jobs has been preaching the psalms of HTML5 since long before iPad’s launch but Apple has intensified efforts to replace Flash with HTML5 as the dominant force for the content on the internet and now there are first signs that Steve’s efforts are paying off.

by on March 22nd, 2010

If you are planning to buy iPad in multiples of 10 pieces then the good news is that you will get $20 off each iPad. So let’s suppose you order 10 iPad 16GB Wi-Fi only version then it would have cost you
$499 X 10 = $4990 but now after $20 off each iPad, you get them for $4,790 which is $479 for each iPad.

by on March 22nd, 2010

It was destined for iPad and finally it’s here. Now you can enjoy the same – if not better – Kindle experience on your iPad which ships from 3rd April if you have pre-ordered. The app has almost the same features as the version that runs on the Kindle device. Amazon is smart to understand that readers will not stick to one particular device to read content.

by on March 13th, 2010

Well, Ballmer may not like it as was the case when a Microsoft employee last year tried taking Ballmer’s photos at a conference where he snatched the iPhone, threw it on the ground and pretended jumping on it. These scenes seem to be common at Redmond. So
Mr. Ballmer, when you cannot even convince your own employees to adopt Windows Phone then how will you court millions out there?

by on March 10th, 2010


iPhone SDK 3.2 Beta 4 is out now for the new iPad developers (you need to be enrolled) which fixes some bugs including the Bookmark feature in Safari in the iPad simulator but something that comes as a surprise is the deliberate removal of the Camera Tab from the Photos app that will be shipped with iPad.

by on March 9th, 2010

Another day, another leak. This time it’s a direct hit on the yet-to-be-shipped iPad which has no Flash support. But HP did not hit iPad directly as there is no explicit mention of Apple or iPad but we all know what it means when HP demos Flash running on it’s slate. As it is powered by Windows 7, HP Sate has support for all Windows software including Flash.

Here’s the new HP Slate video:

There is no mention of pricing or exact feature details or release date so I guess they’re waiting to see the response of iPad before releasing their own pad.

by on March 8th, 2010

apple-ipad-1 Last night in the Oscars, Apple aired the first TV commercial of iPad. Steve Jobs was also there at the ceremony. This 30 seconds advertisement is very inspiring. Airing advertisements on the events like this is really valuable. Apple’s marketing strategies have proved great success in the past years.

by on March 8th, 2010


Rumors are after all not always wrong. As expected and reported by ProgrammerFish, iPad pre-order will indeed begin from 12th March for the US consumers and the first iPad will be shipped beginning 3rd April 2010. There are some more exciting developments too.

by on March 4th, 2010

According to Examiner’s Report, Apple employees will get an early availability of Apple iPad on March 10. Daryl Deino reports that Apple employees will experience the Apple iPad on March 10 and they have confirmed this with an Apple Store manager in Southern California. ipad-8gb

Other related most likely to happen rumors about the iPad are (as reported by Examiner Report):

by on February 24th, 2010

Rumors are one thing but repeated revelations through different means is completely another. Apple released and then hurriedly pulled Beta 3 of iPhone OS SDK 3.2 (which is exclusively for iPad development) for unknown reasons. Some early adopters were able to get a glimpse of what appears that iPad may be equipped with camera.