Wednesday is the day. Apple will announce its third-generation iPad at a special press event, and speculation is running wild about what we’ll see. Here are my official predictions as to what Apple has up its sleeves.
Coming as a surprise to absolutely no one, Apple has sent out its formal invitations to members of the press for a keynote event on March 7th, and the agenda is unquestionably iPad 3.
This is shaping up to be a pretty huge week for iOS app users — particularly iPad owners. Three major productivity apps are either already here or on their way, and they’re apps that users have been clamoring for, for ages.
Is the long-awaited Microsoft Office for iPad imminent? Sure looks like it. I wonder if Apple might be planning something special for its launch…
We’ve read of the ingenious ways that the Apple iPad is being used in different lines of work or professions. The media has reported of how the iPad is being used by astronauts, pilots and even garbage collectors. Now you can add doctors to this list. A report made by Manhattan Research, a pharmaceutical and […]
Apple has been involved in various legal troubles and we have reported on them extensively here in AppleGazette. Apple has won some and lost some, but this particular lawsuit’s outcome may be the most controversial the Company has been involved in yet. In a recent ruling, a court in Shanghai, China has decided that Apple […]
If you don’t watch Doctor Who, then you wouldn’t know. You wouldn’t know that the modern BBC revival is the coolest scifi show on TV. But it’s a vast, complex universe, and if you need to keep track of it all, the Doctor Who Encyclopedia app is the perfect companion. (So to speak.)
If reports can be believed, we can expect to see the announcement for the new iPad 3 in just a few weeks. According to a report posted at AllThingdD, the iPad announcement event is slated for the first week of March, which is consistent with the other rumors that have been circulating about its release.
At first pass, you might think that The Wonders of Geology exists purely to show off the incredible photography of Michael Collier. While that’s certainly a good reason, it also functions as an excellent textbook, sure to instill enthusiasm for geology into any student.
It’s not like news like this would still surprise us. Apple has released their sales report for the first quarter of 2012 and as expected the company has exceeded its own projections and has broken sales records. Apple is reporting its largest revenue period yet – a whopping $46.3 billion. According to the Apple report, […]