“This one-off-a-kind, handmade case featuring the original Apple Newton logo engraved in thick premium leather was commissioned by Reddit user 44oz. The logo featuring Sir Isaac Newton sitting under an apple tree with the text “Apple Computer Co” is said to have been designed by Apple’s third cofounder Ronald Wayne.” » One-Of-A-Kind iPad Cover: Apple Logo & Suede Lining
Good news for people who where still waiting for The new iPad. The third-generation iPad is has just launched in 12 new countries including Croatia, Brunei, Cyprus, El Salvador, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Panama, St Maarten, Venezuela, and Uruguay today. On top of that the iPhone lands on five more US regional carriers today, including: Alaska Communications, Appalachian Wireless, GCL, Cellcom, and nTelos. » The new iPad Launching In 12 More Countries & iPhone Lands On Five More US Regional Carriers
Apple just released a press release that confirms that the new iPad will launch in 12 additional countries this Friday, April 20. The press release also confirmed that Apple will launch the new iPad in 9 more international counties on April 27.
In addition to South Korea, the new iPad also will be available beginning on Friday, April 20 in Brunei, Croatia, Cyprus, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Malaysia, Panama, St Maarten, Uruguay and Venezuela. Beginning on Friday, April 27, the new iPad will be available in Colombia, Estonia, India, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro, South Africa and Thailand.
Read the full press release after the break. » The New iPad Will Launch In 12 More Countries This Friday, 9 More On April 27
The very popular PC game, Max Payne, has been released on iOS a few days ago. Anno 2012, the game can not really been compared with today’s games since the graphics have greatly improved over the years. Still Max Payne seems to be able to grab your attention due to the mysterious story and easy gameplay controls. The most famous part of the Max Payne games is the bullet time ability. The mobile version of the game, that can now be played on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, has everything the original PC game has as well (including bullet time ofcourse).
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Over 7 million people are playing Tap the Frog and Tap the Frog 2 on their iPhone, iPad or online. Part 2 has gotten a makeover. Better graphics, better mini-games and an even cuter frog then part 1. It’s a simple game, but very addictive and colorful. Kids will definitely love this game, but the game can be a lot of fun for adults as well. Paint frogs, jump with frogs and tap frogs. You can even play as a sumo-frog in multiplayer mode. I’ve posted a gameplay video below:
Using a device like the new iPad allows you to merge many gadgets into one, streamlining your digital life. That is, when you have a tablet like the new iPad you no longer need other gadgets, such as an e-reader, laptop or iPod touch. Jump over the break to see the timeline of these gadgets, as well as what they are worth! » Streamlining Your Digital Life With The New iPad [infographic]
The Sydney Morning Herald reports that the Australian regulators are taking action against Apple for selling the iPad 3 as a “4G” device even though it does not work on any Australian 4G networks. “The issue stems from Apples use of “4G” in its marketing terms for the cellular-capable models of the new iPad, while 4G LTE compatibility is actually only offered in the United States and Canada due to differences in the frequency bands used for LTE in different countries.” » Apple Targeted Over Claims Of False 4G LTE iPad Advertising In Australia