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Apple offers a refund to its Australian iPad customers over the 4G confusion.
Apple Australia has offered to refund those customers who bought the iPad 3 under the impression that device’s 4G capabilities would work. The company made the announcement in response to The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s demand to stop calling the device 4G capable, since it does not work on Australia’s 4G network.
The ACCC also accused Apple of misleading its customers, an accusation that the company firmly denies, saying that Apple had never claimed that the device would work on Australia’s 4G network.View Article Source »
Numerous reports of the new iPad's overheating problem posted in Apple's discussion board
After enjoying good reviews after its release last March 16, numerous complaints of the new iPad’s overheating problem have been reported in both the MacRumor forums and Apple discussion boards. Articles regarding this problem have also been posted in popular tech sites like Gizmodo, CNET and The Next Web.Read the rest of the article »
New iPad shows up in pics and video teasers posted by Hongkong based magazine, PCM
After showing up earlier in Vietnam, Apple’s new iPad finally lands in Hongkong. The Hongkong-based magazine PCM’s managed to get hold of this yet-to-be released gadget.Read the rest of the article »
Leading Telecom Companies, Verizon and AT&T will start selling new wifi+4g iPad on March 16
The long wait is over. Verizon and AT&T has both announced that starting on March 16, Friday, the new wifi+4G iPad will be sold on all AT&T sales channels, Verizon Wireless Communications Stores and online stores.
The new WiFi+4G iPad will cost US$629 for the 16 GB version, $729 for 32 GB and $829 for 64 GB.
For more information on data plans and mobile hotspots, check out AT&T And Verizon’s website or contact their customer service hotlines.View Article Source »
The New iPad was unveiled yesterday by Apple CEO, Tim Cook, Showcases New Features
Contrary to the rumors that the next generation iPad will be named the iPad2 or the iPad HD, Tim Cook has introduced it simply as “the New iPad”. Just when everyone expected for it to have a new name like the iPad 2 and other iPhone models, Apple has declined to give it a real name. A lot of peope were disappointed and confused on what to call the new Apple tablet. One user tweeted, “”So, just to confirm: Apple created a new iPad, declined to give it a real name and barely changed it from the last one? No thanks.”Read the rest of the article »
Leaked pictures of the iPad 3 prototype parts have been making rounds in the internet
It’s not new for Apple’s yet-to-be launched products, to have leaked pictures pop up in the internet, weeks ahead before its official unveiling. The “iPad 3″ or the “iPad HD”, whatever will be launched tomorrow, has images of its so-called prototype parts making rounds in the web.Read the rest of the article »
iPad 3 production already underway, rumored to sport LTE, Quad-Core chip and a retina display.
Apple’s production for its much awaited next generation iPad, the iPad 3 is said to be underway. According to Bloomberg, the iPad 3 has entered production and is slated to launch sometime in March, with full 4G LTE support, quad-core processor and a Retina display.
The report also reveals that Apple’s Asian manufacturing partners will be running at full capacity on February to reach production goals before its target launch date.View Article Source »
This means Apple is sticking to its schedule; the same time the company released the first two iPads.
Apple is loyal to company traditions. The first iPad was launched on April 3, 2010 while iPad 2 hit the market in March 11, 2011. According to recent rumors, iPad 3 is likely to be released at the same period.
The rumor was speculated by DigiTimes and the information was sent to them by “sources in the supply chain”. In addition, parts of Apple’s next tablet have started to be delivered. In previous reports, iPad 3 is said to feature high-resolution “Retina” display.View Article Source »
Rumor alert! Tim Cook will reveal the next-gen iPhone on October 4.
Based from an AllThingsD insider, Apple will reveal the iPhone 5 on October 4. Tim Cook will lead the show, together with Phillip W. Schiller (SVP for Worldwide Product Marketing), Scott Forstall (SVP for iOS Software), and Eddie Cue (SVP for Internet Software and Services.)
However, the devices that will be announced on October 4 remains a mystery. New iPods are most probably to be announced, while others also anticipates an iPad 3 announcement. But ultimately, many are getting excited on whether Apple will announce the iPhone 5 or iPhone 4S or both. The iOS 5 is also expected to be officially released on the said date, as it’s already nearing its Gold Master version.
If the October 4 turns out to be true, that would mean an almost immediate roll out of the next-gen iPhone on October 15. But keep in mind that none of these has been officially confirmed, so take it with a pinch of salt.View Article Source »
Microsoft is said to showcase its Windows 8 on a Samsung tablet next week, during the BUILD developer's conference.
Microsoft’s Steven Sinofsky will allegedly show Windows 8 running on a Samsung tablet next week, in time with the BUILD developer conference in California from September 13 – 16.
One unnamed source specifies that this will be Samsung’s first collaboration with the Windows/Xbox giant in its hardware device division. Analysts believe that this collaboration is part of the South Korea-based company’s plan to withdraw from relying solely on Google’s Android OS.
However, Microsoft’s Windows 8 tablets are not expected to hit the shelves for another 12 months. And by that time, an array of Android Ice Cream Sandwich tablets will have invaded the market. Moreover, Apple will likely roll out its iPad 3. With the industry’s quick shift in focus to mobile computing, the Windows 8 will need a lot of catching up on its development — not to mention how it will perform on tablets after a year.
Regardless, it’s a no brainer that a lot of buzz surrounds Windows 8. Are you excited to see the upcoming Microsoft OS for tablets?View Article Source »
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