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March 2 Will Be the Day the World Knows iPad 2

Written on February 23, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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iPad 2 is making an official appearance this March 2! Mark your calendars and check out Apple's newest champion in the tablet wars.

Tired of the endless rumors looming around cyberspace? We are, too. But take arms as All Things D sparks a strong rumor that Apple will announce the iPad 2 at their much-anticipated event on March 2. Of course, we’ll also most likely to see some inside scoop of your favorite Apple devices including the refreshed MacBook Pro line-up.

The iPad 2 has been going around for a long while now, with rumors going as far as the eye can see. But practicality demands a little more humility for the successor of the highly successful iPad tablet as recent reports suggest that the iPad 2 will be a thinner but more powerful model of the iPad. The tablet will equip one of Qualcomm’s multimode chips and will run on both GSM and CDMA-based networks; it will also have a front-facing camera plus a Facetime video chat support.

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Apple Goes “Back to Mac”

Written on October 14, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Apple's past events revolved around iPhone, iPod, iPad, iTunes and iOS which made Mac an outcast. And now, Apple goes back to its roots with the event, "Back to Mac."

As follow up from recent events focusing on iOS, iPhone, iPod and iTunes, Apple will go back to where it all started, Mac. That’s why their next media event is entitled “Back to Mac”.

The event is on October 20,2010 at the Apple headquarters in Cupertino. You might be wondering why the invitation looks like the one pictured above. No guys, Apple won’t go to the jungle for an adventure. We are looking at the next version of Mac OS X.

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The Perfect Mix of the All-New iPod Shuffle

Written on September 02, 2010 by Charles Bass

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If you are addicted to music, then here is one thing you should buy.

Apple always make it a point to create something sleek, beautiful and wearable just like the iPod Shuffle. Making it the, “the new, colorful, clip-and-go iPod shuffle. With buttons, Voice Over, and playlists, it’s the very best of iPod shuffle.”

The aluminum covered player comes in 5 brilliant shades to match your favorite color. It is also equipped with a 2GB storage capacity that lets you play hundreds of songs. Tagging along a 15 hour battery life, surely you wouldn’t ask for more. Making a fully loaded playlist is easier just like Genius Mixes, podcasts and even audio books. Just clip it on your sleeve and you are ready to go.

Controlling music is easier with just a tap and a click. The body of this new Apple “baby” is bigger than the previous one and is more easier to control. Plus a voice over with 25 different languages that lets you know the track, artist and album you are playing.

But there is more to look forward to. Genius is here for Shuffle. Yes, it is working like a shuffle. Activate the Genius button on your Mac or PC then it automatically scribbles the playlist and slects songs that suits your preference.

With the new line of Apple, we are so sure that sales would skyrocket. The $49 is really worth it.

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The Genius Called iPod Nano

Written on September 02, 2010 by Charles Bass

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The iPod Nano received a grand makeover and it became irresistible.

The much-awaited event of Apple has caused a few shocks and huge awes. The all-new revamped iPods are making us lust for more.

The iPod Nano was redesigned and is now Multi Touch – you’re reading it right. It is the technology that lets you tap your way to the next song. Plus, it comes in vibrant colors.

The gadget also allow you to see album covers and wallpapers on a 1.5 inch color display with a 240 x 240 pixel resolution.

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Apple Still has No Solution for iPhone 4 Sensor Glitch

Written on August 31, 2010 by R. Cruise

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Sensor glitch on iPhone 4 continues to give users headaches.

iPhone 4 launch was a success though there were also several issue that comes with it. First was the antenna issue which disrupts the network reception and second was the proximity sensory glitch that causes unnecessary calls to be placed and received.

Steve Jobs had addresses the signal issue and hopes to fix the sensor glitch problem when the company launches the iOS 4 upgrade.

The Apple event will open on Wednesday and rumors are saying that iOS 4.1 will be presented during the conference. Many are hoping that after this release, Apple will focus on fixing the sensor issue.

With these, we can’t help but ask, will the September 1st event pave way for solutions or will the problem be forgotten?

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Apple: Exclusive Event this September 1

Written on August 26, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Mark your calendar for the Apple event to be held on September 1 in San Francisco, California.

Hear, hear!

On September 1, Wednesday, the computer giant Apple is holding an exclusive event in San Fransisco, California. The event is centered on the company’s music related offerings like iTunes and iPod touch which will be broadcasted live via satellite in London.

This is not the first time that Apple held an event focusing on music and iTunes. These events were always released during September for the last five years. The previous year’s big bomb was the new iPod Nano with its video capabilities and the iPod shuffle and touch.

This year, to add up new features on the more powerful iPod Touch there are speculations that they will be re-launching the Apple TV by its new name iTV. Nearly half a decade ago, Apple introduced to us the Apple TV. Rumors are also saying that Apple will launch its 99% TV show rental program.

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Apple’s Music Event: Join the Crowd on September 7

Written on August 25, 2010 by Aiken Lewis

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August 24–Bloomberg reported the arrival of 99-cent TV show rentals on the iTunes, alongside a date for an Apple event. Note this, folks: “Apple plans to hold a San Francisco event September 7, two weeks ahead of the start of the new prime-time TV season to unveil the service and a refreshed line of entertainment products.”

The schedule is within the week range of the past annual music events, all usually focusing on iPods and iTunes. Apple is known to send out invites to the press conference a week ahead of the event. Another earlier report mentioned that it might take place in mid-September.

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