Although our staff here at iPhone Alley doesn't get to review every single worthwhile application that undoubtedly bombard the App Store each and everyday, we keep an eye out for those that promise potential. Our limited number of reviews isn't reflective of our eyes that are constantly searching the broad confines of the App Store. Below is our pick for the best application to be released on the App Store this week.
Many, if not most, of the abundant amount of casual endless running games on the App Store are simply variations of one another varying solely in graphical theme. There have been a few titles that have spun the genre wildly like the popular Jetpack Joyride and now most recently On the Wind ($1.99) that puts you in control of leaves with hopes of blowing in the wind throughout the course of all four seasons - it sounds different, and it truly is.
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.
Even though the official release date of the new iPad, that was announced just one week ago, isn't until this Friday the 16th, people all around the world are getting their grubby hands on the device prior to everyone else. No, this isn't a case of UPS letting a few units slip through due to their incapability to embargo tons of devices.
Although yesterday we covered a few of our favorite cases that became available for the new iPad, there have been a considerable amount of others that have opened the floodgates, and we wanted to highlight any favorable ones that provide optimal protection to safeguard the new device's gorgeous, crisp screen among other things. We've obsessively compiled a list of additional cases that are compatible with Apple's newest member to its iOS lineup.
While we think the new iPad is going to be an absolute success, we want to hear our readers' opinions regarding the new device that Apple unveiled yesterday. Hitting the shelves come March 16th, the new iPad is packed with a lot of new anticipated and predicted features. Will you buy it? Check out our polls below.
‘The New iPad’ was announced earlier today, and several impressions have already began to pour in from various tech sites. Check out a few to see how people are gelling to the new features. Maybe it’ll aid in deciding whether to pre-order your own device or not. Among the features
Earlier today, Apple announced 'The New iPad' at their highly anticipated media event. Despite conflicting rumors regarding the name of the actual device, it has not been made evident what the device will in fact be dubbed other than the reference to it as 'The New iPad'. Below we've highlighted and gone into relative depth about the new features that have made their appearance in the new iteration of the iPad.