As predicted by many, Apple just unveiled the next iPad called “The new iPad” Yes really that’s what it is called!
Apple’s new tablet computer has arrived and its ultra-sharp 2048 x 1536 pixel Retina display is enough to set it apart from anyone else. The camera takes breathtaking images. It also has much more powerful guts, with a much faster processor, graphics and more memory. And it’s 4G ready. Continue reading →
Interesting move today from Amazon. Not only did they drop the price of Apple TV to $89.99 matching Best Buy, Amazon has also marked the product name with the number “2010” in parentheses, perhaps suggesting that there will be a 2011 or 2012 edition rolling out soon.
The existing model has been around since September 1, 2010, and a new device might very well replace the single-core A4 with a dual-core A5. That bump would help 1080p playback and smooth out the UI on the Apple TV.
Rumors are suggestion that if a new Apple TV is on the way, it would be likely to hit the market before the holiday buying binge starts — perhaps as soon as the next few days, we will keep our eyes open for any updates.
Today was not only the unveiling of the new iPhone, Apple also took their time to introduce an update version of the iPod Nano. Although the same form factor, Apple’s changed the interface to be easier to navigate, mostly by making each icon take up the entire screen: you swipe between them.
The fitness experience has been improved. Out of the box, you can now track your walks and runs without adding any extra sensors or devices. Just go for a run, come back, plug it in, and your data will automatically be tracked on Nike+’s website.
Also? New clock faces have been added for people who want to use the Nano as a watch. “Why not do it right?” There’s a Mickey Mouse watch, an LED watch, and more.
The iPod nano will come in seven colors. Prices start at $129 for 8GB and $149 for 16GB.
While most were hoping for the iPhone 5 this is still what we have all been waiting for, Phil Schiller introduced the iPhone 4S today at Apple’s iPhone event.
The devices boasts the A5 processor for dual-core graphics, making it 7 times faster than the previous iPhone.
It looks exactly like the iPhone 4.
The device has 14 hours of 2g talk time, 6 hours of 3g browsing, and 9 hours of Wi-Fi browsing
The iPhone 4S can get a maximum of 14.4Mbps down, thanks to Apple’s new adoption of HSDPA technology. It’s kind of like 4G, but not really.
“As you know we revolutionized with these steel bands on the outside of the phone. We’ve done something technically amazing. It can now intelligently switch between the antennas for even better call quality.”
Other features include:
The iPhone 4S is a “world phone” capable of running on both GSM and CDMA basebands. We all saw that coming.
It’s got a 8 megapixel camera sensor.
It has backside illumination.
The white balance has been improved. Five elements lens with 30% more sharpness. Say goodbye to slow shutter speed.
The iPhone 4S has 1080p video recording.
The iPhone 4s will be available in Black and white,
As we predicted earlier Apple has refreshed its iMac all-in-one desktop line with upgraded CPUs and a few other new features. The key upgrades for the iMac refresh are the new quad-core Sandy Bridge processors and theThunderbolt I/O port . The iMac has also seen an upgrade to its GPUs, which are now three times faster than the previous model.
The iMac comes in two 21.5-inch and two 27-inch models, as detailed below:
Other: Single Thunderbolt port, FaceTime HD camera, aluminum and glass design, IPS LED-backlit high resolution display, Mini DisplayPort, One FireWire 800 port, Four USB 2.0 ports, SDXC card slot, Slot-loading 8x SuperDrive, Audio in/out, Gigabit Ethernet, IR receiver, 802.11 a/b/g n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR and an Apple wireless keyboard with a Magic Mouse or Magic Trackpad.
Other: Two Thunderbolt ports, FaceTime HD camera, aluminum and glass design, IPS LED-backlit high resolution display,Mini DisplayPort, One FireWire 800 port, Four USB 2.0 ports, SDXC card slot, Slot-loading 8x SuperDrive, Audio in/out, Gigabit Ethernet, IR receiver, 802.11 a/b/g n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR and an Apple wireless keyboard with a Magic Mouse or Magic Trackpad.