Now available on Cydia for $1.99, Reveal is a new jailbreak tweak that further enhances the functionality of Apple's new notification system. While Notification Center is a certain improvement over the obtrusive blue boxes that previously plagued iOS, some may argue that the current is a bit limited.
Since the dawn of iOS devices, accessories have accompanied Apple's creations throughout - there are tons from handy external batteries to creative cases all the way to kickstands. Although they're all useful utilities, it can be cumbersome to stow each while on the go which completely nullifies the positives of mobile devices: the fact that they're easily transportable. The SlateSHIELD 360 ($54.95), a new case that was announced/released recently, aims to create a benefital coalescense of multiple accessories thanks to the integrated functionality it cleverly packs in.
Chic, affordable and protective - this stunning case for the new iPad from Cygnett, namely the Glam case ($59.99), not only houses your iPad in a questionably attractive style but also doubles as a fully functional multi-view stand as well as a folio case ideal for typing on Apple's tablet.
Apple's newest device has received universal praise from the iOS community as a whole. All across the board, it's known as a revolutionary tablet with the much-anticipated features it boasts over its predecessor, the iPad 2. With the success the Cupertino-based company have seen in the initial months of sale for the device, they've released the tablet in an additional nine more countries.
The freedom to do whatever you please with your phone, though with some mental limitations, as you probably don't want to throw it around mindlessly, has been a successful endeavor dreamt and manufactured by LifeProof in the form of their slick LifeProof case for the iPhone 4/4S among other devices. Previously only available online and at Best Buy locations, the company has expanded their availability by partnering with multiple retailers around the country to offer you the same sleek, form-fitting case you'll instantly fall in love with once purchased.
Writer Michael DeLisi and myself were having a casual conversation discussing the new iPad. Following his awe of the new retina display due to his recent unboxing of the new device, we began to talk about how either of us types on the device. Undoubtedly, the typical typing speed on an iPad in comparison to the iPhone is considerably lower and the amount of typos on the latter is usually at a minimal. We want to know which of the two keyboards that you use.
Most people want to preserve the natural elegance of the new iPad while also admiring the thin aspect that the tablet boasts over others in its respective market. Often many don't want a bulky case for their iPads, but some want rugged protection - with smartphones, the range of available accessories that can do just that is diverse, though with the iPad the selection is quite limited leaving the Otterbox Defender ($89.95), the most heavy-duty of their line of cases, a top contender for those seeking quality protection for their new iPads.
Not only did this year's iteration of the iPad receive a large revamp including a stunning retina display, an improved 5 MP camera, HD 1080p video recording capacities, and more, but it also came accompanying, hand-in-hand a new sales record for Apple's expanding lineup of desirable tablets. Apple today announced the amount of units that they sold since the new iPad's launch, which was just last Friday - a whopping 3 million in total.
Even though Apple didn't step up to give its newest creation a name that it could officially boast over that of its predecessor, they did announce a whole number of improvements, both minuscule and prominent, that left some in awe and others in a state of unfathomable disappointment. Announced last Wednesday was the newest expansion to the California-based company's lineup of unprecedented tablets; iPhone Alley has a review of this year's iteration of the fantastic tablet that revolutionized its market and to this day maintains a monopoly in comparison to other, inferior devices of the same breed.
In an article posted by Insanely Great Mac, Walmart has publicly issued a statement regarding the available of the new iPad, which was announced last Wednesday by Apple and began its preorders that same day. If you missed the opportunity to get your hands on the highly improved iPad 2 predecessor, thankfully your local Walmart will have a few.