The newly released Launch Center Pro ($2.99) isn't a free update for owners of its unripe predecessor, and that did spark some ill-natured disapproval towards the respective developer. Regardless, that's no reason to simply brush the app off and not give it a go. The completely revamped, reimagined app ditches the previously-used list format and instead replaces it with a slick, more powerful interface geared towards optimal efficiency.
It has been widely anticipated that Apple would in fact announce a revamped successor to its popular line of MacBook laptops. At WWDC today, Phil Schiller, on behalf of Apple, announced a third line of notebook computers that Phil Schiller called the "Next Generation of MacBook Pro".
There are some minute qualms with iOS for which we greatly thank the existence of the jailbreak community. One of those is the fact that iOS requires you to enter your iTunes password repeatedly whilst downloading new apps or app updates - this quickly becomes a tedious task.
While most people, like me, admire Apple's sheer determination to keep all of their products looking simplistic with minimal design, some others don't quite appreciate this and want to embellish the look of their iOS devices. Yeah, they could always go pick up one of the hundreds of Android phones or tablets that usually tend to sport tons of buttons (somewhat exaggerated), or they could very well pick up a new case discovered by Macotakara.jp that drastically revamps the look of the iPad by transforming it into a mini Macbook Pro.
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