Can AT&T really handle the data demands of the iPad? FCC folks are wondering the same thing aloud. A blog post by Phil Bellaria, director of the National Broadband Task Force at the U.S. Federal Communications Commission suggests that the governmental body may also doubt how much more the overextended AT&T network can handle.
The ih8sn0w team has released an update to sn0wbreeze, version 1.3, which supports jailbreaking and hacktivation for iPhone 2G, 3G and 3GS ( old bootrom models ). Keep in mind that sn0wbreeze v1.3 does not support iPod Touch yet. You’ll have to use redsn0w for that, read our full guide on how to jailbreak iPod(…)
Seriously, when did this happen? Wait, don’t answer that. No one cared about it, why? Simply because of all the iPad fuss. Engadget got a leaked photo of the iPad just before it was announced. It appears that the iPhone in the photo is a prototype of one of the handsets due to be released(…)
Mission Repair just got their shipment of some iPad parts. The internal metal frame suggests a camera slot. Now, that looks like the place for an iSight camera to sit in, doesn’t it? Well to be sure, they removed the camera from a unibody MacBook, and guess what? It fits.
The iPad comes pre-loaded with the familiar built in apps that we’ve seen in the iPhone and iPod Touch before, only that they’ve been redesigned from the ground up. The conventional Safari browser works pretty much the same way it works on an iPhone. The Mail app offers a split-screen view that enables you to(…)
Despite being so ultra-hyped and priced unbelievably low at $499, the Apple iPad does have it’s share of disappointments. Based on the initial impressions of the iPad by Engadget and Gizmodo and our own judgment of the specifications and features, here are the drawbacks of the Apple tablet:
Whether you like it or hate it, the hardware specifications on the iPad are nothing to laugh at. There have been many tablets ( Android and Windows ) before the iPad, but in terms of looks and hardware, Apple has really done an awesome job considering the low price (starting from $499). The device weighs(…)
Apple has finally unveiled their long awaited tablet. Behold, the iPad. It claims to replace netbooks with their poor functionality and its going to do it at a killer price. It’ll be shipped in two models, the wi-fi only model and the wi-fi plus 3G model. To make the 3G models functional, Apple has struck(…)
After more than a year of speculation, Apple has finally unveiled its tablet called the iPad. Aimed to be the device to replace slow netbooks, and provide functionality that’s better than the smartphone and Macbook at some tasks such as “Browsing the web. Doing email. Enjoying and sharing pics. Watching videos. Enjoying music. Playing games.(…)
Apple has confirmed the much rumored event on January 27th through invitations that have begun circulating. “Come see our latest creation” is the tag line for this event which will take place at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater in San Francisco on January 27 at 10:00 am. The event is invite only(…)