If you were one of the hundreds of thousands of people who pre-ordered an iPhone 5 directly through Apple's online store, then attempting to check the status of your handset results in an unnerving "preparing for shipment" message. By now, you're probably wondering why your phone is still preparing to be shipped. After all, it does have to travel all the way from China in time for its launch this Friday.
Ion Audio have pioneered many innovative projects. Most specifically is their widely successful iCade Cabinet which nostalgically transforms the iPad into a native arcade gaming cabinet. A few months ago, the company teased multiple new products geared towards the iPhone, iPad and both - one of those, namely the iCade Mobile, has begun to ship.
With the announcement of the new iPad, Apple undoubtedly lengthened the already existent gap between its highly successful tablet and other competition due to the amount of substantial improvements that were announced. A retina display with pixels packed to the brim, a faster quad-core A5 processing chip, a new camera and more amounted to a huge day when the device was announced, evident by the now depleted supplies allotted to Apple's online store for preorder.
The Cupertino-based company that we all love, is offering free shipping on everything on their online store in light of the holidays as well as, indirectly, their wonderful sales numbers this past Black Friday.
Aspiring UK-based iPhone game developers are being offered a four-week training course through Birmingham City University and Screen WM with support through Advantage West Midlands. According to Macworld UK, Gamer Camp, a Birmingham-based training course for aspiring games artists and programmers from both within and outside the industry, will run for five days a week between November 16th and December 11th of 2009.