The iPad has been around for at least 3 years, and every time Apple launched the new generation of iPads, it never stopped “wowing” everyone. This time the company has raised the bar even higher. At just 1lb in weight, the new iPad Air has a much thinner bezel, 2x times faster WiFi speed and a massively fast 64-bit A7 processor.
Microsoft continues to add new commercials to its Windows 8 vs iPad series. This time it focuses on how Windows 8 can do multitasking and iPad cannot. The tablet used in the commercial is from Dell.
If you are a musician or music-making is your hobby, and you own an iOS device, you probably must have bought a few synth or music production apps already. What we have here is called the Waldorf Nave, which is probably one of the most advanced synth apps we have ever seen.
Last year Apple acquired a security company called Authentec for $356million. And since then there have been widespread rumors about Apple’s interest in finger-print sensor technology. Now, there are reports that indicate the iPhone 5 will most likely feature a finger-print sensor (at least based on the publication above from the US Patent and Trademark Office).
A new ad has surfaced showing Microsoft mocking Apple iPad. The highlight of the ad shows Windows 8′s “zoomable” homescreen, its multi-tasking capability and the lack of SD card in iPad. The Windows 8 device shown in the ad is Dell’s own XPS 10.
Just when Apple made us all believe that 4-inch is the optimal size for a smartphone and any bigger is just bad for usability, Reuters reported that the company may actually be looking to build 4.7 and 5.7 inch iPhones eventually. Of course this may likely be a rumor, and for a company of Apple’s size to implement a decision like that, may take at least several more quarters or even years.