In the latest version of the Google Search App for iOS and Android, not only can you say your question out loud, but your search app can speak your answer right back to you. And, using Google’s Knowledge Graph, your search app gives you smarter answers loud and clear. » Introducing Enhanced Voice Search On The Google Search App
From reading a magazine to helping your business run smoothly, you can do just about anything on iPad. And with Retina display, it’s all more beautiful than ever.
Engadget published a photo of something they claim to be legit iPad parts, the photo first popped up on Chinese social media site Sina Weibo. Engadget: “There’s little other activity on the account to back up the source, and the omission of a camera hole might irk some, but if these were early parts, then that could be something that is added later. For now, we’re left to fill in the gaps with out imagination”
Yesterday Apple released iOS 6 Beta 4 with an updated 3D Maps application. Apple has added some new incredible 3D views for new major cities both in the U.S. and abroad including United States: Boston, Atlanta, Portland, Phoenix, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Houston, Dallas. Canada: Toronto. Europe: Lyon, France; Birmingham, UK; Manchester, UK. Check out after the break for some photos. » Apple Expands iOS 6 3D Maps Coverage To Cities
iOS 6 beta 4 has been released today and it looks like that Apple has removed the YouTube application that existed on iOS since the first version in 2007. It looks like that Apple is trying to break away from all Google services, since Apple also droped Google Maps in favor of Apple’s own 3D Maps program. » Apple Removed YouTube App From iOS 6 Beta 4 As Apple Breaks Google Ties
Three weeks ago Apple released iOS 6 beta 3 and now Apple has unleashed a fourth beta of the next-generation version of iOS to developers. The new beta is currently available as an over-the-air update to those running iOS 6 beta 3, and the new version should has also hit Apple’s iOS Developer Center. » iOS 6 beta 4 & Xcode 4.5 Developer Preview 4 Released To Developers
Going against his claim that a 7-inch tablet wouldn’t work out and that Apple wouldn’t go into the 7-inch market, Steve Jobs seemed receptive to the thought of a 7-inch iPad according to an email with Eddy Cue. The Verge reports: “Wow. Forstall is shown a 2011 email from Eddy Cue, in which Cue forwarded an article that a journalist wrote about dumping the iPad after using a Galaxy Tab. Cue writes “Having used a Samsung Galaxy [Tab], i tend to agree with many of the comments below… I believe there will be a 7-inch market and we should do one. I expressed this to Steve several times since Thanksgiving and he seemed very receptive the last time.”. » Email From Eddy Cue Notes Steve Jobs Interest In 7-inch iPad