Apple will soon start its own Mac App Store consisting of applications dedicated to iMac and the MacBook. As per the company this move is based on the success of the iPhone App Store. It is supposed to make searching for apps much easier as well as help reach a larger number of users. However, a significant amount of developers think this will make things more complicated, especially considering Apple’s notorius closed source ideology.
Autodesk has now introduced AutoCAD WS for the iPad and iPhone. You can now view, edit and share your DWG files from anywhere, anytime, using this new app. Make the pending changes, add a few polylines, rectangles and any other shapes, to your existing drawings right from your iPhone or iPad. The app takes full advantage of multi-touch gestures, zoom and pan, while also allow working with other people on the same DWG file simultaneously.
iPhone does inspire. It inspires people to make cakes and chocolates, design playing cards, magnets, paper clips…all in iPhone style. Although we have already seen an iPhone table with coasters made to look like the various applications, this iPhone 4 Table once again proves the love for the gadget. Indeed, it’s an amazing replica (sans the size).
Interested in designing iPhone applications? Then this iPhone stencil could lend a helping hand while you brainstorm. The stainless steel stencil comprising of iPhone UI prototypes allows you to sketch them on a sheet without any wastage of time while you are in the midst of designing. The stencil also comes with a Zebra mechanical pencil to make the task a tad easier.