The Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) is about six weeks away. So, everything Apple does right now can be interpreted as getting ready for the big event. The iPad maker traditionally holds a keynote address the first day of the conference and typically shows of new products and software that will launch later in the year. Today, Apple sent out a subtle user interface update to iWork, which may point to new features that will be demonstrated at the WWDC on June 2.
Category: iPad News
You may recall that I’ve recently become fascinated with Washi tape. This decorative, glamorized masking tape is great for turning solid colors into exiting patterns. Because it can easily be removed, it allows you to go crazy decorating your tech, without worrying about its resell value. We recently spotlighted a simple DIY project involving Washi tape. With just one small strip of the stuff, you can make your tablet stand out from the rest.
Apple is really trying to make a point today. The company recently launched an Environmental Responsibility campaign that highlights everything Apple is doing to reduce its carbon footprint and “leave the world a better place then we found it.” Today, apply announced that it has expanded its Reuse & Recycling program to include older models of the iPad. You can now take your clunky, slow iPad into any Apple Retail Store and get credit toward a new one.
It is no secret that the tech news world thinks Apple is going to launch the rumored iWatch sometime this year. Everyday, new information surfaces that points to Apple’s involvement in wearable computing. Yesterday, CNN speculated on a possible collaboration between Nike and Apple that spawns from the fact that the former recently reduced its FuelBand team and shelved future updates to the fitness monitor. Today, MacRumors reported on some in-depth research that points to the possibility of Apple using a false company name to secretly secure the iWatch trademark around the world.
Agilebit’s password security app 1Password has been in the news quite a bit lately. With the recent revelation of Heartbleed, the company dropped the price of both the iOS and OS X apps by 50 percent. Today, the company has launched the biggest update since 4.0 and it brings with it some fantastic changes that will make your password updating experience even simpler than before.
Logitech is known for its top-quality keyboard cases for the iPad. They’ve perfected the true type feel of a full keyboard, while shrinking it down to fit within the parameters of the 9.7-inch framework. Today, the company has announced a new line of cases that focus on viewing angles and durability for those who don’t need a keyboard, but do need flexibility.
Fans of unusual simulation games probably already play the PC game Goat Simulator via Steam. The popular game stars a running goat whose sole purpose is to headbutt anything and everything in its path. Players knock over residents of the town, drag items around, and get bashed into oblivion when getting hit by a car. About a month ago, an iOS version of the game that is less complex, but almost as fun, snuck into the App Store. Recently, the game skyrocketed in popularity to become number two on the App Store’s Top Paid Apps List. There’s a reason this app makes people ask, “What is even going on in this game?”
AppleInsider is reporting that three new channels have been added to Apple TV’s main menu. A&E, the History Channel, and Lifetime are now a part of the available networks that cable subscribers can access through Apple’s set-top box.
According to AppleInsider, the three new channels appeared on Monday as a silent update and now appear on the user’s home screen. Available content includes such shows as Pawn Stars, American Pickers, and Lifetime original movies.
I was checking out some games in the App Store today and happened to notice that Both Fluxx and Summoner Wars were both on sale for free. I know that Playdek, Inc. published both of those games, so I decided to do a little research and discovered that the company has put almost their entire line of games on sale for only $0.99 or free as part of their spring sale.